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€26.90
Previous Close
€27.01
Day High
€26.98
Day Low
€26.65
52 Week High
04/30/14 - €30.95
52 Week Low
03/14/14 - €18.69
Market Cap
8.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
1.8M
EPS TTM
€0.67
Shares Outstanding
309.7M
EX-Date
07/3/14
P/E TM
40.2x
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alstom (ALO) Details

Alstom SA designs, supplies, and services various products and systems for power generation and transmission markets in France and internationally. It provides hydro power solutions, including hydro power plants, turbines, generators, control systems, mechanical equipment, and services; wind power solutions comprising onshore and offshore wind turbines, control systems, and services; solar power solutions, such as concentrated solar power plants, steam turbines, turbo generators, automation and controls, concentrated photovoltaic power plants, and solar power services; tidal power solutions; geothermal power plants and steam turbines; and biomass-fired steam power plants, geared reaction steam turbines, and mid-sized steam turbines. The company also offers gas power plants, turbines, turbo generators, heat recovery steam generators, heat exchangers, pumps, automation and controls, and services; and coal and oil power plants, boilers, steam turbines, turbo generators, air quality control systems, automation and controls, and services. In addition, it provides nuclear power solutions, which comprise turbine islands, steam turbines, turbo generators, heat exchangers, automation and controls, and services. Further, the company designs and manufactures equipment and engineered turnkey solutions to manage power grids and transmit electricity from the power plant to distribution utilities or industrial process or production facilities; and offers rail transport products, rail infrastructure, rail signaling products, and rail services for the urban transit, regional/intercity passenger travel markets, and freight markets. Alstom SA was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Levallois-Perret, France.

89,868 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/5/14
Founded in 1992

alstom (ALO) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €2.2M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

alstom (ALO) Key Developments

Alstom Announces Operation of Citadis Tram in Paris

Alstom SA has announced the operation of Alstom Citadis tram at the Saint-Denis Porte de Paris station on line eight of the Ile-de-France tram network, linking Saint-Denis with Epinay-sur-Seine and Villetaneuse. This new service is a result of the contract between RATP and Alstom, signed in 2010, for the supply of 19 trams for line T7, with an option on 20 trams for line T8. This option was exercised in April 2013. The trams for the Ile-de-France region are financed by STIF. The line serves 17 stations and covers a distance of more than 8 kilometres. It improves transport services to the north-western Seine-Saint-Denis area and provides easier access to centres of learning and business parks. Since the Citadis is modular, Alstom has been able to offer RATP and STIF a product with a personalised design, both for the exterior and the interior of the trams.

Alstom to Pay $772 Million Bribery Fine

Alstom pleaded guilty and agreed to pay a record $772 million (EUR 634.1 million) to end a US Justice Department investigation into bribes paid to win power-plant contracts in Indonesia and the Middle East. UK authorities also charged another unit on December 23, 2014 with paying bribes in Lithuania. The US fine is the large criminal penalty paid to the Justice Department under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, eclipsing the $450 million paid by Siemens in 2008.

Alstom Agrees to Pay Record $772 Million to Settle U.S. Criminal Charges

Alstom agreed to pay the large criminal fine ever under a U.S. law that prohibits bribery of foreign officials. Alstom, which is about to sell most of its power business to General Electric Co., will pay $772 million after admitting that for more than a decade its U.S. subsidiaries paid bribes to officials in Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Taiwan and the Bahamas. The fine, eclipsing the $450 million paid by Siemens in 2008, will go to the U.S. Treasury. Criminal charges against some company officers and former employees are still pending. Alstom agreed to plead guilty to two charges filed in a U.S. District Court in Connecticut of violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Justice Department said. The settlement also involved two U.S. subsidiaries, Alstom Power Inc., based in Connecticut, and Alstom Grid Inc., based in New Jersey. The Justice Department said Alstom had admitted to bribing a high-ranking member of the Indonesian parliament and officials of the country's state-owned electricity company in return for help winning contracts worth $375 million. In all, Alstom paid more than $75 million in bribes to win $4 billion in contracts around the world. The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act bans individuals and companies from making payments to foreign government officials to win or retain business. The 1977 law lets the U.S. government claim jurisdiction over non-U.S.-based companies whose shares are traded in U.S. markets or if any of the alleged fraud occurred in the U.S. The case against Alstom focused on its Connecticut unit and bribes wired through a bank account in Maryland. Its shares don't trade in the U.S. Cases enforcing the anti-corruption law have drawn attention in recent years for the magnitude of corporate penalties they command. Among the U.S. penalties for foreign bribery are KBR Inc.'s $579 million settlement in 2009 and Alcoa Inc.'s $384 million penalty this year. Those cases included criminal and Securities and Exchange Commission penalties. In the Alstom probe, investigators had to build their case using informants and recorded phone calls when the French company refused to cooperate at first.

 

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