Return On Gross Invested Capital, usually the abbreviation ROGIC is used. It is a term that indicates the return on invested capital. The indicator is not affected by the capital structure, it is neutral to the selected method of financing.
ROGIC = (EAT + Interest × (1-t) / (Assets - Current financial assets - Current liabilities)
The ratio is less used equivalent to the ratio Return on investment (ROI).
Use of the ROGIC in practice: In the enterprise it used by CFO in financial analysis to analyze ratios.
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