Revenue Growth definition

Revenue Growth means the percentage change in revenue (as defined in Statement of Financial Accounting Concepts No. 6, published by the Financial Accounting Standards Board) from one period to another.

Examples of Revenue Growth in a sentence

  • Return on Net Assets, (ii) Revenue Growth, (iii) Return on Common Equity, (iv) Total Shareholder Return, (v) Earnings Per Share, (vi) Net Revenue Per Employee (vii) Market Share, (viii) Return on Invested Capital, or (ix) Net Income.

  • Organic Revenue Growth: Equal to net new base fees plus net new Aladdin revenue generated in the year (in dollars).


More Definitions of Revenue Growth

Revenue Growth means, with respect to the Company and each of the Peer Group Companies, the Revenue Growth reported on Form 10-K for the Company and each of the Peer Group Companies, respectively, coinciding with the Performance Period.
Revenue Growth means a percentage equal to (i) Revenue for the prior calendar year minus Revenue for the calendar year preceding the prior calendar year divided by (ii) Revenue for the calendar year preceding the prior calendar year. “Revenue Multiple” shall mean a multiple based on Revenue Growth as depicted in Table 1 below for all calculations with respect to the Put Value for Put Notices or Call Notices, as applicable, delivered in 2022 and 2023, and thereafter as depicted in Table 2 below. For purposes of illustration, if Revenue Growth is 15%, then the Revenue Multiple shall be 2.5x. Table 1 Revenue Multiple EBITDA Multiple Revenue Growth less than 10% 2.0x 9.0x Revenue Growth equal to or greater than 10% but less than 20% 2.5x 10.0x Revenue Growth equal to or greater than 20% 3.0x 11.0x Table 2 Revenue Multiple EBITDA Multiple Revenue Growth less than 10% 2.0x 9.0x Revenue Growth equal to or greater than 10% but less than 18% 2.5x 10.0x Revenue Growth equal to or greater than 18% 3.0x 11.0x
Revenue Growth means the Company’s year-over-year revenue growth based on the Company’s GAAP revenue for a given Plan Cycle over the Company’s GAAP revenue for the corresponding period from the prior fiscal year. The Company’s GAAP revenue shall be determined based on the Company’s financial results as approved by the Company’s Audit Committee and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on a Form 10-Q or Form 10-K. For purposes of calculating Revenue Growth, the Committee shall exclude any non-recurring revenue as calculated by the Committee for purposes of determining the Operating Profit Margin. To preserve the intended incentives and benefits of the Incentive Plan, the Committee may adjust the Revenue Growth calculation to reflect any material corporate transaction (such as a reorganization, combination, separation, merger, acquisition, or any combination of the foregoing), or any complete or partial liquidation of the Company (or any material portion of the Company).
Revenue Growth means the annual growth of revenues of the Company determined following the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) using the Company’s consolidated reported and audited figures in Euro for the financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS. The growth rates for the former are determined at Constant Currency.For Revenue Growth, a target achievement of 100% is reached at an average annual Revenue Growth throughout the Performance Period of 7%. For Revenue Growth between 0% to 7% and 7% to 16% the target achievement is linearly interpolated - see Figure 1. The target achievement for this Performance Target is capped at 200% for each year of the Performance Period.In case of changes to IFRS accounting principles in the first year in which such policies become effective the relevant figures of the respective prior year as restated according to such policies should form the basis for the determination of the growth in revenues. If such restatements will not be made, pro forma figures for the relevant year in which such changes become effective for the first time shall be calculated under the old regime with reasonable effort to determine the Revenue Growth.
Revenue Growth for a Performance Period means the percentage increase in the Company’s Net Sales for the Performance Period over the immediately preceding Performance Period.
Revenue Growth means a percentage (rounded to the nearest 1/100th of 1%) determined by the quotient of (a) the excess, if any, of Revenue for the Performance Period over Revenue for the Base Year divided by (ii) Revenue for the Base Year. Revenue Growth of less than 5% or more than 15% shall not be taken into account for purposes of determining the Revenue Growth Factor.
Revenue Growth means the percentage change in revenue from one period to another. (mm) “Shares” shall mean shares of the common stock of the Company, $1.00 par value.