Reed Elsevier NV  

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-0.22 (-0.94%)
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Range 22.51 - 22.89
52 week 14.51 - 24.17
Open 22.78
Vol / Avg. 3.21M/2.38M
Mkt cap 15.76B
P/E 27.05
Div/yield 0.44/2.61
EPS 0.84
Shares 650.52M
Beta     -
Inst. own     -

Key stats and ratios

Q4 (Dec '14) 2014
Net profit margin 17.20% 16.62%
Operating margin 24.09% 24.28%
EBITD margin - 29.14%
Return on average assets 47.33% 40.82%
Return on average equity 49.32% 42.39%
CDP Score - -


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Reed Elsevier NV is a Netherlands-based company holding shares in RELX Group plc. RELX Group plc is a global provider of information solutions for professional customers across industries. The Company operates in four market segments: Scientific, Technical & Medical, providing information and tools to help customers improve scientific and healthcare outcomes; Risk and Business Information, providing data services and tools that combine proprietary, public and third-party information with technology and analytics to business and government customers; Legal, providing legal, regulatory, and news & business information to law firms and to corporate, government and academic customers; and Exhibitions, organizing exhibitions and conferences. External shareholders in Reed Elsevier NV own a 47.1% economic interest in RELX Group plc.

Officers and directors

Erik Engstrom Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Age: 51
Nick L. Luff Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Age: 47
Mark Kelsey Chief Executive Officer Risk Solutions and Business Information
Ron Mobed Chief Executive Officer Scientific, Technical and Medical
Age: 55
Mike Rusbridge Chief Executive Officer Exhibitions
Mike Walsh Chief Executive Officer Legal
Henry Udow Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary
Ian Fraser Human Resources Director
Kumsal Bayazit Chief Strategy Officer
Youngsuk Chi Director of Corporate Affairs and Chairman Elsevier