Investing in Inwido

We generate long-term and sustainable value for both shareholders and society by leading and developing the strongest companies in the industry. Our overall objective is to grow with profitability and generate good returns.

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Four reasons to invest in Inwido

A passion for improving indoor life

Inwido and its companies are passionate about improving indoor life, at home and at work. With deep roots in the window and door industry, we lead and develop Europe´s strongest companies within comfort, climate and safety. Together, we continuously provide society with new, energy-efficient solutions, which in turn enable people to live more sustainably.

A unique home to local market leaders

In our business, customer focus and local understanding is everything. With this as base, Inwido acts as a home to local market leaders. The companies develop independently, but Inwido enables sustainable growth and profitability through purchasing, digitalization, financing, leadership skills and other large-scale synergy advantages.

Committed to creating long-term shareholder value

As the industry leader, we are committed to delivering shareholder value with robust dividends and sustainable, profitable growth, both organic and via acquisitions. We have a strong financial track record, stable cash flow and a history of profitability also in economic downturns, bringing long-term advantages to investors, companies and society.

Well positioned for future growth

We believe in continuous demand for good indoor life. Our businesses are well positioned to act on major forces such as digitalization and climate change, as well as new growth opportunities, like e-commerce and connected products. We are confident that we can keep attracting future market leaders to the Inwido home, and have over 50 acquisitions to prove it. 

Financial targets

Financial target - Sales growth

Inwido´s objective is to exceed growth in our current markets through organic growth, as well as selective acquisitions and initiatives in Europe.


In 2019, net sales decreased by 1 percent, while organic growth was -4 percent. Our assessment is that Inwido had organic growth in the Nordic region in line with the market as a whole.

Outcome 2019

Financial target - Profitability

Inwido’s profitability target is an operating EBITA margin of 12 percent. Inwido may not achieve the profitability target during years when the market trend is weaker. In such cases, we will undertake measures to further enhance profitability, which we have been successful with in the past.


The operating EBITA margin was 9.7 percent (9.9) for the year. The slightly lower margin is mainly due to reduced sales, primarily in Sweden and Finland, which was partly offset by improved efficiency and cost savings achieved.

Outcome 2019

Financial target - Capital structure

Inwido’s net debt in relation to operating EBITDA shall, excluding temporary deviations, not exceed a multiple of 2.5.


Net debt to operating EBITDA decreased to 2.2 times (2.7). The decrease in net debt in relation to operating EBITDA compared with the previous year is mainly explained by successful working capital efforts.

Outcome 2019

Financial target - Dividend

Inwido aims to pay its shareholders an annual dividend that corresponds to approximately 50 percent of net profit. However, Inwido’s financial status in relation to the target, cash flow and future prospects shall be taken into consideration.


The Board of Directors of Inwido AB withdraws the dividend proposal, due to the spread of the Coronavirus.The background is the considerable uncertainty that exists as a result of the effects of the spread of Covid-19. At present, it is impossible to assess how long-lasting or serious the situation and its effects will be, which is why it is important that the company’s financial position is as strong as possible for potential future challenges and opportunities.

Outcome 2019
No dividend
Net debt to operating EBITDA

Net debt to operating EBITDA

One of the key ratios in respect of the capital structure is nebt debt in relation to operating EBITDA (LTM). Inwido’s net debt in relation to operating EBITDA shall, excluding temporary devations, not exceed a multiple of 2.5.


Interim report January-September 2020
Capital Markets Day
Year-end report, January-December 2020
Interim report, January-March 2021
Annual General Meeting 2021
Interim report, January-June 2021
Interim report, January-September 2021

Silent period

Inwido does, in general, not arrange or participate in one-to-one or public meetings with the media, analysts or investors during the period from the 30th calendar day before announcement and ending with the announcement of a financial report. This is the so called silent period.


Peter Welin

CFO and deputy CEO
+46 (0)10 451 45 52

Olof Engvall

Investor & Public Relations Manager
+46 (0)735 414573