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pro forma

A general term for a fill-in-the-blank form—e.g., in diagnostic pathology—which can serve as an aide memoire of items that must be included in a final report to maximise its utility to end users.
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* How do firms arrive at pro forma earnings figures?
* Net sales of $5.7 billion increased 25 percent from pro forma net sales of $4.6 billion in the year-ago period, driven by sales recovered from weather-related delays to the Northern Hemisphere planting season, local price gains and double-digit growth in insecticides.
Following is additional detail on second quarter 2019 pro forma results for each segment.
The Unaudited Pro Forma Financial Information reflects adjustments to historical financial information to give pro forma effect to events that are directly attributable to the Merger and which are factually supportable.
This study extends the rounding phenomenon literature to pro forma earnings reporting.
Turning to the parent company, pro forma income from continuing operations soared 19.2%, or 17.8% at constant exchange rates, to 378 million euros (approximately $416 million).
Further, such judgments become especially problematic when companies are filing IPOs, given that IPO prospectus filings contain pro forma earnings to evaluate their potential investments.
The pro forma financial information was compiled based on the accounting policies of FGB being the accounting acquirer.
For the year pro forma, income was up 8.4% to $355M and EBITDA was up 3.5% to $98.1M.
Instead of talking about how to make basic budgets, we now turn our attention to how you can use them to create a set of Pro Forma Financial Statements.
Sartorius AG's 2007 pro forma sales rose 3.3%, 5.9% on a currency-adjusted basis, to 622.7 million [euro] ($853.0 million) (see IBO 2/29/08).