ROIC definition

ROIC for the Company shall be an average of the Company’s actual ROIC for 2016, 2017 and 2018 and shall mean a fraction where the numerator is NOPAT and the denominator is Average Invested Capital, in each case calculated in accordance with United States generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). “NOPAT” is defined as operating income minus Cash Tax Paid. “Cash Tax Paid” is defined as income taxes as reflected on the income statement minus deferred taxes as reflected on the cash flow statement. “Average Invested Capital” is defined as the average of the beginning and ending Invested Capital during the year. “Invested Capital” is defined as capital lease obligations, plus short and long term debt plus total stockholdersequity minus an amount equal to cash and cash equivalents. Invested Capital shall exclude investment amounts associated with aircraft acquisition until the first time that such aircraft is flown under a customer contract at which time all amounts accrued with respect to such aircraft shall be considered in the Average Invested Capital calculation from such date. Invested Capital shall be reduced by the amount of any investments held in the Company’s direct or indirect debt securities that remain outstanding and that have not otherwise been defeased.

Examples of ROIC in a sentence

  • EXPLANATORY NOTESThroughout this supplement:• All earnings per share figures represent diluted weighted average share count on continuing earnings.• References to Return on Invested Capital, or ROIC, are equal to TTM (Operating Income x (1-Tax Rate) ) / (Avg Debt + Avg Shareholders Equity + Avg Non-Controlling Interest - Avg Cash, Cash Equiv, & ST Investments).

  • ROIC will be computed as a simple three-year average for all fiscal years in the Performance Period.

  • Twelve Months Ended2019 2018 ChangeNet sales$ 20,419$ 21,037(2.9)%Less: Embraco net sales(635)(1,135) Add-Back: currency430— Organic net sales$ 20,214$ 19,9021.6 %RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL: The reconciliation provided below compares the non-GAAP financial measure Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) with the most directly comparable GAAP financial measure, Return on Assets (ROA), for the 12 months ended December 31, 2019, 2018 and 2017.

  • Return on Invested Capital (ROIC) is calculated as adjusted net operating profit after taxes (adjusted for implied interest expense on operating leases), divided by average invested capital.

  • Safety and training related problems or mishaps involving or observed by the contractor shall be addressed immediately to the designated RSO or ROIC.


More Definitions of ROIC

ROIC is defined in Exhibit A.
ROIC means, for a fiscal year, the Company’s return on invested capital, as defined by the Committee during the first 90 days of such fiscal year.
ROIC means (x) GAAP net income as reported by the Company with the following adjustments: (1) after-tax interest will be added back and (2) the Committee may adjust for extraordinary, infrequent or unusual items as defined by GAAP and as agreed to by the external auditors of the Company divided by (y) the average of the beginning and ending Company debt plus shareholder equity with the average calculated using the eight (8) full calendar quarters of financial data commencing January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2015.
ROIC. If, upon the conclusion of the ROIC Performance Period, ROIC exceeds the target level, but is less than the maximum level, as set forth in the ROIC Performance Matrix contained in the Statement of Performance Goals, the percentage of ROIC Target Performance Shares that shall become earned shall be determined by mathematical straight-line interpolation between 100% of the ROIC Target Performance Shares and 200% of the ROIC Target Performance Shares, with a fractional share rounded down to the next whole share.