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Sun Life’s 4 pillar strategy
Our business strategy is concentrated on businesses that we expect will generate strong growth, a higher return on equity and lower volatility. The Company will concentrate its resources on 4 pillars of growth. The growth strategy includes:
C$ millions 1, 2
(unless otherwise noted)
|Operating net income 3||422||431||459||1,479|
|Reported net income||324||391||441||1,374|
|Diluted Operating EPS ($)||0.69||0.71||0.77||2.49|
|Operating ROE 4
|Premiums and deposits 6||32,859||32,642||26,060||108,073|
|Number of common shares outstanding (in millions)||607.1||605.8||596.8||599.6|
|Dividend per share||0.36||0.36||0.36||1.44|
1 All numbers unaudited. All numbers in Canadian dollars $ millions, unless otherwise noted.
2 Effective August 1, 2013 we completed the sale of our U.S. annuities business and certain of our U.S. life insurance businesses (collectively, our “U.S. Annuity Business”). As a result of this transaction, we have defined our U.S. Annuity Business as “Discontinued Operations”, the remaining operations as “Continuing Operations”, and the total Discontinued Operations and Continuing Operations as “Combined Operations”.
3 Operating net income (loss) and financial information based on operating net income (loss), such as operating earnings (loss) per share (“EPS”), operating return on equity (“ROE”) and operating net income (loss) excluding the net impact of market factors, are not based on IFRS. All EPS measures refer to diluted EPS, unless otherwise stated.
4 Measures derived from equity will be presented on a Combined Operations basis.
5 Minimum Continuing Capital and Surplus Requirements (MCCSR) ratio of Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada.
6 Premiums and deposits represents a non-IFRS financial measure.