Return on Equity definition

Examples of Return on Equity in a sentence

  • The Company has also filed a writ petition before the Hon’ble High Court, Delhi for restoration of Return on Equity at 16%.

  • There have been no suggestions for adopting a different RoE received from any stakeholders.Commission’s Decision: The Commission decides to allow 16% Return on Equity.

  • The Commission had in the discussion paper proposed to consider the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) as the discount factor.Commission’s Decision: Considering the approved rate of interest on loan @ 12.30% and Return on Equity @ 16%, with normative debt equity ratio of 70:30, the discount factor works out to 13.41% and the Commission decides to adopt a discount factor of 13.41% for determination of levelised tariff for 25 years.

  • Based on the above order and subsequent Government Notification dtd.29.01.2003, the Return on Equity for the year 2004-05 was allowed to OHPC on new investments made after 01.04.1996.

  • Adding to it the 30% equity towards net additional capitalisation from FY 2013-14 to FY 2015-16 of Rs 4.75Cr =Rs 1.425Cr.• Return on Equity is calculated @16% of Equity Capital as per norms of OERC with a provision of reimbursement of Income Tax paid for the FY 2015-16.The Commission approves return on equity for all stations of OHPC amounting to Rs.74.710 Cr. for the FY 2017-18 as against Rs.251.072 cr.


More Definitions of Return on Equity

Return on Equity means, for any Fiscal Year, the percentage determined by dividing the Net Earnings for the year by the Average Equity for the year.
Return on Equity means, as to any Performance Period, the percentage equal to the value of the Company’s or any business unit’s common stock investments at the end of such Performance Period, divided by the value of such common stock investments at the start of such Performance Period, excluding any common stock investments so designated by the Administrator.
Return on Equity means Net Earnings as a percentage of Average Equity.
Return on Equity or “ROE” for a period means net income expressed as a percentage of the average total shareholder equity in that period.