AMSTERDAM: X5 Retail Group N.V., a leading Russian food retailer that operates the Pyaterochka, Perekrestok and Chizhik retail chains, announced that Geoffrey King has resigned as Member of the X5 Supervisory Board with effect from 11 March 2022.
X5 Retail Group N.V. (LSE: FIVE) is a leading Russian food retailer. The Company operates proximity stores under the Pyaterochka brand, Perekrestok supermarkets and Chizhik hard discounters. X5 provides an omnichannel experience to its customers, integrating retail stores and e-commerce through its businesses Vprok.ru Perekrestok, 5Post, express delivery and Mnogo Lososya.
As of 31 December 2021, X5 had 19,121 Company-operated stores. It has the leading market position in both Moscow and St Petersburg and a significant presence in the European part of Russia. Its store base includes 17,972 Pyaterochka proximity stores, 990 Perekrestok supermarkets and 72 Chizhik hard discounters.
The Company operates 47 DCs and 4,480 Company-owned trucks across the Russian Federation. X5 is one of the largest employers in Russia.
X5 is one of the largest employers in Russia. The Company employs over 340 thousand people.
For the full year 2020, revenue totalled RUB 1,978,026 million (USD 27,417 million), EBITDA pre-IFRS 16 reached RUB 145,137 million (USD 2,012 million), and net profit pre-IFRS 16 for the period amounted to RUB 39,180 million (USD 543 million). In 9M 2021, revenue totalled RUB 1,597,289 million (USD 21,583 million), adjusted EBITDA pre-IFRS 16 reached RUB 123,703 million (USD 1,671 million), and net profit pre-IFRS 16 amounted to RUB 38,943 million (USD 526 million).
X5’s shareholder structure is as follows: CTF Holdings S.A., 47.86%; The Axon Trust, 11.43%; X5 directors, 0.10%; treasury shares, 0.01%; shareholders with less than 3%, 40.60%.