ROCE - Return on Capital Employed


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Return on Capital Employed (ROCE) or just Return on Equity (ROE), is a financial ratio that is frequently use to evaluate the performance of an entity's management in utilising the resources of the entity to generate profits.

The formulas used are the following:

  • ROCE - Return on Capital Employed, in times = ( Profit before interest and tax / Net Assets ),

where Net Assets = Assets - Liabilities = Value of Equity


where Capital Employed = Net Assets + Net Debt = Equity + Net Debt, where Net Debt comprises of both current and non-current interest bearing debt.

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