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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Three reasons to invest in Inwido


A strong home for local market leaders
In our industry, consumer insight and customer focus at the local level are key competitive advantages. Based on this knowledge, Inwido has developed into a strong home for local market leaders. We have a solid financial history with stable cash flows and profitability, even in challenging economic conditions, which creates long-term benefits for both investors and companies, as well as societies. Inwido enables long-term, sustainable growth and profitability through economies of scale in purchasing, financing, leadership, technology and sustainability.

Positioned for future growth
There is a continued high demand for products and services that improve people's lives indoors with customized windows, doors and associated services. With deep roots in the industry, we provide homes and workplaces with new, energy-efficient solutions, which in turn make it possible for people to live more sustainably. Our business units are well positioned to act on external trends and new growth opportunities in areas such as e-commerce, sustainability and technology. 

Long-term values for shareholders
Our guiding principle is to create shareholder value through sustainable and profitable growth, organically and through acquisitions. By acquiring and developing the best window and door businesses, we will continuously strengthen our leading position in Europe while improving people's lives indoors, developing employees and generating value for shareholders.

Financial targets

Financial target - Sales growth

Inwido targets sales of SEK 20 billion by 2030.


Net sales increased to SEK 7,725 million (6,681), corresponding to growth of 16 percent, the highest since the stock exchange listing in 2014. A continued robust consumer market and a better-than-expected industry market contributedto the favorable growth.

Outcome 2021

Financial target - Profitability

Inwido’s profitability target is to achieve a return on operating capital of more than 15 percent.


The return on operating capital rose to 16.9 percent compared with 12.6 percent in the preceding year. The improved return was a result of continued good profitability combined with reduced net debt.

Outcome 2021

Financial target - Capital structure

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


Inwido’s net debt in relation to operating EBITDA decreased to a multiple of 0.6 (0.3 excluding IFRS 16). The reduced net debt in relation to operating EBITDA compared with the preceding year is explained by improved operating profit combined with strong cash flow and successful efforts to reduce working capital.

Outcome 2021

Financial target - Dividend

Inwido aims to pay its shareholders an annual dividend corresponding 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.


In line with the dividend policy, the Board of Directors proposes that the dividend for the 2021 financial year be set at SEK 6.15 per share (4.50), corresponding to 50 percent of the reported profit for the year after tax. A dividend in line with the policy is made possible by a strong balance sheet at the same time as there are financial resources for value-generating acquisitions.

Proposal 2021
6.15 SEK


Year-end report January-December 2022
Interim report, January-March 2023
Annual General Meeting 2023
Interim report, January–June 2023
Interim report, January–September 2023

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

Tobias Rydergren

Head of communication & PR