Bollore S.A. Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable of BOIVF for past 10 years: annual, quarterly and twelve month trailing (TTM) including Accounts Payable growth rates and interactive chart. Accounts payable (AP) represents a company's obligation to pay off a short-term debt to its creditors or suppliers. Accounts payable are amounts due to vendors or suppliers for goods or services received that have not yet been paid for. The sum of all outstanding amounts owed to vendors is shown as the accounts payable balance on the company's balance sheet. The increase or decrease in total AP from the prior period appears on the cash flow statement.


Highlights and Quick Summary

  • Accounts Payable for the quarter ending June 29, 2021 was $13.5 Billion (a 122.59% increase compared to previous quarter)
  • Year-over-year quarterly Accounts Payable decreased by -2.36%
  • Annual Accounts Payable for 2020 was $6.06 Billion (a 6.08% increase from previous year)
  • Annual Accounts Payable for 2019 was $5.71 Billion (a 0.97% increase from previous year)
  • Annual Accounts Payable for 2018 was $5.66 Billion (a -6.39% decrease from previous year)
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Historical Accounts Payable of Bollore S.A.

Most recent Accounts Payableof BOIVF including historical data for past 10 years.

Interactive Chart of Accounts Payable of Bollore S.A.

Bollore S.A. Accounts Payable for the past 10 Years (both Annual and Quarterly)

(All values are in $ million)

Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Fiscal Year
2021 $13,493.76
2020 $6,062.09 $12,160.13 $6,062.09
2019 $13,819.37 $12,986.23 $5,714.45
2018 $13,135.08 $5,659.49
2017 $6,045.81
2016 $3,004.11

Business Profile of Bollore S.A.

Sector: Communication Services
Industry: Entertainment
Bolloré SE engages in the transportation and logistics, communications, and electricity storage solutions businesses in Asia, Africa, the Americas, the Asia-Pacific, and internationally. It operates through Transportation and Logistics, Oil Logistics, Communications, and Electricity Storage and Systems segments. The company offers freight forwarding, railroad, and port services; and distributes and warehouses oil products. It also provides advertising, and communication consulting services; owns and publishes Cnews, a French daily newspaper; provides ticketing and venue services; acts as a pay-TV operator; and operates Mac-Mahon cinema theaters. In addition, it engages in the recorded music, music publishing, and merchandising activities; production, sale, and distribution of movies and TV series; publishing of fiction, children's, non-fiction, graphic and illustrated, and educational and reference books; design and edition of downloadable video games on mobiles and consoles; and telecommunications activities. Further, it develops batteries based on Lithium Metal Polymer technology for use in electric buses, as well as in stationary applications; energy storage solutions; and plastic films for capacitors, and shrink-wrap packaging films, as well as offers Bluebus electric buses. Additionally, the company designs, products, and markets solutions for passenger air and rail transport networks; integrates identification, tracking, and mobility solutions for logistics contractors, industry, and transport; develops terminals, electric charging points, and identification and geolocalization systems; operates shuttles; offers Bluecar electric vehicles and digital transformation solutions; provides equipment to control pedestrian and vehicles; and develops, deploys, and operates point-to-point car sharing solutions. The company was founded in 1822 and is headquartered in Puteaux, France. Bolloré SE is a subsidiary of Financière de l'Odet SE.