2018 Interogo Holding Annual Report Published

Today Interogo Holding AG presented its 2018 Annual Report. The businesses continued to grow during 2018 with an increase in total assets of 16% and in operating income of 6%.

“Despite a more complex market environment compared to 2017, Interogo Holding AG businesses have continued to deliver solid results. Our various investment businesses have taken advantage of a favourable window of opportunity in 2018 to successfully divest some of their investments. We have continued to steadily and carefully invest in our different asset classes, as we still have a positive outlook for our long-term investment strategy”, says Søren Hansen, CEO of Interogo Holding AG.

The investment income from Interogo Holding’s non-listed equity portfolio (participations of Nalka Invest AB and the non-listed equity portfolio managed by Inter Fund Management) together with the gains realized on the disposal of properties by real estate investment business, Vastint Group, reached EUR 453m (EUR 493m in 2017).

The other recurring operating income remained steady at EUR 476m (EUR 479m), benefitting from a 19% growth of rental income, essentially due to new deliveries of offices and hotels in the Vastint Group but was negatively impacted by the divestment of Svensk Markservice Group and Nordic Modular Group in the last quarter of the year.

The investment in tangible assets during 2018 amounted to EUR 492m (EUR 443m) while the net investment in financial assets reached EUR 204m (EUR 169m). Beside these EUR 204m of net investments in financial assets, Interogo Holding AG made a further investment of EUR 2,800m in the non-voting shares held in its sister company Inter IKEA Holding B.V., consistent with the purpose to secure the independence and longevity of the IKEA Concept.

The net profit for the year amounted to EUR 862m (EUR 1,816m). The decrease is explained by a lower level of dividend from Inter IKEA Holding B.V. which amounted to EUR 500m in 2018 (EUR 1,500m). The lower dividend and the capital contribution of EUR 2,800m has secured the Inter IKEA Group a strong capital base for its future development and growth.

Key figures consolidated (under Swiss GAAP FER) 1 Jan. - 31 Dec. 

Numbers in brief, EUR million



Operating income

1 029


Operating result (EBIT)



Net Profit (attributable to shareholders of the parent company)


1 816

Total Assets

21 273

18 270

Shareholder’s equity (including the year’s result)

9 023

8 191

The Interogo Holding AG Annual Report 2018 can be ordered on the Interogo Holding website.