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IMI plc, through its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and services engineered products that control the precise movement of fluids worldwide. The company’s IMI Critical Engineering division provides critical flow control solutions for vital energy and process industries. This division offers anti-surge valve and actuator systems to liquefied natural gas compression facilities; integrated flow control systems for critical applications in fluid catalytic cracking; valves into the ethylene and polypropylene production processes, as well as delayed coking; and turbine by-pass valves to power stations. It serves oil and gas; fossil power; nuclear power; petrochemical, and iron and steel markets. This division provides its products under the IMI CCI, IMI Bopp & Reuther, IMI Fluid Kinetics, IMI InterAtiva, IMI NH, IMI Orton, IMI Remosa, IMI STI, IMI SSF, IMI TH Jansen, IMI Truflo Marine, IMI Truflo Rona, and IMI Z&J brand names. Its IMI Precision Engineering division develops motion and fluid control technologies for commercial vehicle; food and beverage; life sciences; rail; energy; and industrial pneumatic applications. This division offers valves, valve islands, proportional and pressure monitoring controls, and air preparation products, as well as pneumatic actuators; cab, chassis, and powertrain solutions; and stainless steel valves and regulators, nuclear class valves, and emergency shutdown controls. It provides its products under the IMI Norgren, IMI Buschjost, IMI FAS, IMI Herion, and IMI Maxseal brand names. The company’s IMI Hydronic Engineering division designs and manufactures technologies, which deliver heating and cooling systems for commercial buildings; and temperature control for residential buildings. This division provides its products under the IMI TA, IMI Flow Design, IMI Heimeier, and IMI Pneumatex brand names. IMI plc was founded in 1862 and is headquartered in Birmingham, the United Kingdom.

11,671 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/26/15
Founded in 1862

imi plc (IMIAF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Director and Chairma...
Total Annual Compensation: 1.3M GBP
Divisional Managing Director of IMI Critical ...
Total Annual Compensation: 627.0K GBP
Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: 621.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

imi plc (IMIAF) Key Developments

IMI plc Announces Management Changes

IMI plc announced that, following Roberto Quarta's decision to step down as Chairman, Lord Smith of Kelvin will be appointed Chairman with effect from the conclusion of the company's AGM on 7 May 2015, subject to his election as a Director of the company at the AGM. Roberto Quarta will step down from the Board at the conclusion of the AGM. This appointment follows a comprehensive search process which was led by Anita Frew, senior independent director, on behalf of the Board and which was undertaken by an external executive search firm. Lord Smith of Kelvin has extensive board level experience across a range of sectors including engineering, utilities and finance. Currently he is Chairman of the UK Green Investment Bank plc, Chairman of SSE plc, a role he has undertaken for the past 10 years and from which he is stepping down on 23 July 2015, and a non-executive director of Standard Bank Group Ltd, a role he is stepping down from on 28 May 2015.

IMI plc Announces Executive Changes

IMI plc announced the appointment of Massimo Grassi as Managing Director of the company's Precision Engineering division. Massimo, who will join IMI on 1 June 2015, will report to Mark Selway and become a member of IMI's Executive Committee. Until 1 September 2015, to ensure a smooth transition of the Divisional Managing Director role, Massimo will work alongside Mark Selway, who is currently overseeing the management of the Precision Engineering division. For the last eight years Massimo Grassi has been part of the senior management team at Stanley Black & Decker. During this time he has served as President of Stanley Black & Decker's global Industrial and Automotive Repair business and, for the last four years, he has been President of its European Security business which employs 6,700 people across 14 countries and generated revenues of approximately $1 billion in 2014.

IMI plc Announces Directorate Changes; Recommends Final Dividend for the Year Ended December 31, 2014, Payable on May 22, 2015; Reports Preliminary Consolidated Earnings Results for the Full Year Ended December 31, 2014; Provides Earnings Guidance for 2015

In September 2014, IMI plc announced the retirement of Douglas Hurt as Finance Director. Douglas has been in the role since 2006 and has played a major part in IMI's development over the course of the last eight years. Douglas will be succeeded by Daniel Shook who joined the company in January 2015 and who will become Finance Director on March 1, 2015. Daniel was previously Chief Finance Officer at Borealis AG and brings with him over 20 years of financial management experience across a range of industrial sectors and a strong international perspective. Anita Frew, the company’s senior independent director, will retire after nine years as a non-executive at the annual general meeting in May 2015. Bob Stack will succeed Anita as senior independent director immediately following the AGM. In addition, Mark Selway stepped down from the nominations committee on February 26, 2015 to comply with emerging best practice. The directors of the company recommend a final dividend of 24.0 pence per share against 22.5 pence a year ago, payable on May 22, 2015 to shareholders on the register at close of business on April 10, 2015. Together with the interim dividend of 13.6 pence per share paid on September 19, 2014, this makes a total distribution of 37.6 pence per share against 35.3 pence per share a year ago. In accordance with IAS10 'Events after the Balance Sheet date', this final proposed dividend has not been reflected in the December 31, 2014 balance sheet. IMI plc reported preliminary consolidated earnings results for the full year ended December 31, 2014. For the period, the company reported revenue of £1,692 million compared to £1,743 million a year ago. Operating profit was £269.8 million compared to £270.5 million a year ago. Profit before tax was £245.7 million compared to £249.3 million a year ago. Profit from continuing operations after tax was £192.8 million or 68.6 pence per diluted share, compared to £193.6 million or 59.6 pence per diluted share, a year ago. Profit attributable to owners of the parent was £668.5 million or 241.3 pence per diluted share, compared to £223.9 million or 70.1 pence per diluted share, a year ago. Diluted EPS from adjusted profit for the year was 77.3 pence compared to 71.7 pence a year ago. Net cash from operating activities was £117.6 million compared to £319.3 million a year ago. Acquisition of property, plant and equipment and non-acquired intangibles was £70.8 million compared to £53.4 million a year ago. EBITDA from continuing operations was £370.9 million compared to £331.5 million a year ago. The post-tax return on invested capital from continuing operations was 18.3% compared to 19.7% in 2013. Adjusted revenue of £1,686 million compared to £1,744 million a year ago. Adjusted operating profit was £298 million compared to £322 million a year ago. Adjusted profit before tax was £278 million compared to £298 million a year ago. Adjusted total profit was £217 million or 78.0 pence per diluted share, compared to £232 million or 72.6 pence per diluted share, a year ago. Adjusted Net debt was £200 million compared to £199 million a year ago. For 2015, based on current market conditions and excluding the impact of exchange rate movements, the Group expects to deliver modest organic revenue growth weighted towards the second half with margins slightly lower than in 2014, reflecting the impact of the disposal of Eley and acquisition of Bopp & Reuther by the Critical Engineering division and the ongoing investments the company are making in all businesses as ready them for accelerated long-term growth.


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