Annual Results 2023

For the third consecutive year, Keolis continues its selective growth and reports a controlled financial performance
12th March 2024

▪ Keolis continues to report selective growth with revenue of €7.0 bn in 2023, up by 6.6%* on an organic basis compared to 2022.

▪ The Group’s recurring operating profit (EBIT) amounts to €164 million, representing a margin of 2.3% of revenue.

▪ Net profit, Group share, is positive for the third consecutive year, standing at €10 million. It is down compared with 2022, mainly impacted by rising energy costs.

▪ Free cash flow remains robust at +€180 million. Financial debt (excluding IFRS 16) has dropped by €104 million and stood at €870 million at 31 December 2023. The Group thus has a solid financial structure, with a leverage ratio of 2.8x.

▪ In its commercial activities, Keolis has bolstered its positions on its various markets around the world.
In France, the Group experienced brisk business and increased its market share in Île-de-France, in particular with the win of Grand Paris Express metro lines 16 and 17. Outside France, the Group has developed its footprint with significant contracts in the United States and Northern Europe.


*Excluding foreign exchange effects and changes in scope

Marie-Ange Debon, Keolis Group’s Chief Executive Officer

« In 2023, we consolidated our position on our strategic markets, making significant gains in France and particularly in Île-de-France, in the United States and in Northern Europe, focussing on selective growth. These achievements bear testament to our ability to retain our clients and guarantee operational excellence for the benefit of public transport authorities and passengers. As a trusted partner of local authorities, we are continuing to innovate and act in favour of sustainable mobility while ensuring all our users travel safely and comfortably. In 2024 we will resolutely continue in the same vein, showcasing our expertise in major event management, with a feeling of pride and steadfast commitment during the Paris Olympic and Paralympic Games. »