Bread Financial Holdings, Inc. ROIC

ROIC of BFH for past 10 years: annual, quarterly and twelve month trailing (TTM) including ROIC growth rates and interactive chart. Return on invested capital (ROIC) is a calculation used to assess a company's efficiency at allocating the capital under its control to profitable investments. Calculated as Net Operating Profit After Tax or EBIT*(1-tax rate) divided by average invested capital. Invested capital is calculated as equity plus long-term and short-term debt minus cash and short-term investments. ROIC is often compared to the Weighted average cost of capital (WACC). If it's above it, it is said the company is creating value, if it's below it's destroying it. A company with after tax operating profit of $10 million and invested capital of $50 million will have a ROIC of 20%.

Highlights and Quick Summary

  • Annual ROIC for 2022 was 4.83% (a -81.67% decrease from previous year)
  • Annual ROIC for 2021 was 26.35% (a 3.9% increase from previous year)
  • Annual ROIC for 2020 was 25.36% (a 121.29% increase from previous year)
  • Twelve month ROIC ending December 31, 2022 was 9.46% (a Infinity% increase compared to previous quarter)
  • Twelve month trailing ROIC increased by Infinity% year-over-year
Trailing ROIC for the last four month:
31 Dec '22 30 Sep '22 30 Jun '22 31 Mar '22
9.46% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
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Historical ROIC of Bread Financial Holdings, Inc.

Most recent ROICof BFH including historical data for past 10 years.

Interactive Chart of ROIC of Bread Financial Holdings, Inc.

Bread Financial Holdings, Inc. ROIC for the past 10 Years (both Annual and Quarterly)

Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Fiscal Year
2022 4.83%
2021 26.35%
2020 25.36%
2019 11.46%
2018 4.64%
2017 4.04%
2016 3.81%
2015 4.39%
2014 4.43%
2013 6.8%
2012 6.88%

Business Profile of Bread Financial Holdings, Inc.

Sector: Financial Services
Industry: Credit Services