Key Performance Indicators

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Key Performance Indicators

Our KPIs are used to measure the success of the Group’s strategic performance.

Income returns

The Directors have reviewed the use of key performance indicators (‘KPIs’) to ensure that they are aligned to the business strategy. These measures are used by the Board and senior management to actively monitor business performance. The following KPIs focus on a key strand of Grainger’s strategy, which is to increase the overall returns generated from income and improve the resilience and efficiency of the business model which will support increasing dividend distributions.

Capital returns

The Directors have reviewed the use of KPIs to ensure that they are aligned to the business strategy. These measures are used by the Board and senior management to actively monitor business performance. The following KPIs capture Grainger’s strategy to maximise total returns and capital growth from its residential investments, with an increasing focus on growing the PRS business and investing £850m by 2020.

The net asset metrics below measure the value of our residential assets and liabilities and capture the year-on-year capital growth. The loan to value (‘LTV’) reflects the capital structure of the business while cost of debt shows the cost effectiveness of our financing.

Graphs can be found on pg.16 & pg.17 of the 2016 Annual Report and Accounts


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