Imerys, Transform to perform

Individual Shareholders



Individual Shareholders

"In the first quarter 2014, revenue stood at 904 M€. At comparable group structure and exchange rates, revenue was up + 5% and rose in each business groups. Consolidated net income from current operations also increased at 74M€ supported by a 13% operating margin (+ 0.4 point). The new production capacities built to serve promising markets, such as proppants, are ramping up and already starting to contribute to the Group’s volumes.

Imerys is in a good position to continue benefiting from strong demand in the United States and, providing it is confirmed, from economic recovery in Europe and has a stronger financial structure to keep up its growth strategy focused on faster innovation and further geographic and sectorial development."

Gilles Michel
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Guide de l'Actionnaire

Shareholders’ guide

What are your rights? Which form of share ownership should you choose? How do you buy or sell shares? All the useful answers for an Imerys shareholder.

Assemblée Générale

General Meeting

How do you take part in, and vote at Imerys’ Annual General Meeting of Shareholders? Find out about all the requirements to fulfil.



Imerys’ dividend distribution policy depends on the net income generated during the financial year in question. View the dividend for the year in question.



Taxation of dividends, taxation of capital gains on disposal, French Wealth Tax (ISF), etc. Look up all the information on the taxation of Imerys shares.

Lettres aux actionnaires

Letters to Shareholders

The Letter to Shareholders, which is published three or four times a year, provides an update on the Group’s news and its financial performance. View the latest Letter, and the archives since 2008.

Lexique financier

Financial glossary

Share, ISIN Code, dividend, capital gain, net current income, etc…Look up all the definitions for the key words or expressions that are essential for a good understanding of the financial market.

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