Seiko Epson Corp.

Seiko Epson Corp.

Seiko Epson Corp.

Overview
Date Founded

1942

Headquarters

Shinjuku NS Building,2-4-1 Nishi-shinjuku,Shinjuku-Ku,Tokyo 163-0811

Type of Company

Public

Employees (Worldwide)

76.4K

Industries

Computer Hardware
Wholesale: Technology
Wholesale: Industrial Products & Manufacturing
Industrial Machinery & Manufacturing
Electrical Products

Company Description

Seiko Epson Corp. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of information equipment. It operates through the following business segments: Printing Solutions, Visual Communications, and Wearable & Industrial Products. The Printing Solutions segment offers Inkjet printers, serial impact dot matrix printers, page printers, color image scanners, large-format inkjet printers, industrial inkjet printing systems, printers for use in POS systems, label printers and related consumables, office papermaking systems, personal computers and others. The Visual Communications segment offers 3LCD projectors, HTPS-TFT panels for 3LCD projectors, smart eyewear and others. The Wearable & Industrial Products segment offers watches, watch movements, sensing equipment, industrial robots, IC handlers, crystal units, crystal oscillators, quartz sensors, CMOS LSIs, metal powders, surface finishing and others. The company was founded on May 18, 1942 and is headquartered in Suwa, Japan.

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Executives & Employees

Managing Director

President & Chief Executive Officer, Epson America, Inc

President, Epson Europe B.V.

Chief Operating Officer, Microdevices Operations Division

Chairman & President, Epson Engineering (Shenzhen) Ltd

President, Epson Atmix Corporation

President-Epson Precision Inc, Philippines

Senior Managing Representative Director

Chief Operating Officer, Business System Operations

Executive Officer & Manager-Professional Printing

Board of Directors

Managing Director at Seiko Epson Corp.

Deputy General Manager at Nagoya Aerospace System Works

Director & General Manager-Human Resources at Seiko Epson Corp.

Former President & Representative Director at Hino Motors, Ltd.

Outside Statutory Auditor at Seiko Epson Corp.

Former Director at Seiko Epson Corp.

Deputy General Manager-Corporate Strategy at Seiko Epson Corp.

Statutory Auditor at Heiwa Real Estate Co., Ltd.

Director at Seiko Epson Corp.

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Recent Transactions
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Kyowa Electronic Instruments Co., Ltd. purchases Tamaya Technics, Inc. from Seiko Epson Corp.

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Seiko Epson Corp., Epson Italia SpA purchase Fratelli Robustelli Srl

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Seiko Epson Corp., Epson Italia SpA purchase For.Tex Srl

Transaction Advisors
Accountant

Advised onBeijing Zhongke Sanhuan High-Tech Co., Ltd. purchases Shanghai Epson Magnetics Co Ltd from Seiko Epson Corp., Shanghai Precision & Scientific Instrument Co. Ltd.

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Advised onSeiko Epson Corp. purchases Miyazaki Epson Corp.

Investment Advisor

Advised onSeiko Epson Corp. purchases Miyazaki Epson Corp.

Advisors & Consultants
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Partner at O'Melveny & Myers LLP

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Partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP

Legal Advisor

Partner at Morrison & Foerster LLP

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Key Stats and Financials As of 2018
Market Capitalization
$685B
Total Enterprise Value
$605B
Earnings Per Share
$118.78
Revenue
$1.1T
Net Profit
$41.8B
Enterprise Value Sales
0.55x
Debt TEV
0.28x
Total Equity
$515B
EBITDAMargin
11.32%
Enterprise Value EBITDAOperating
4.85x
TEVNet Income
14.47x
Total Debt
$167B
EBITDA
$125B
Three Year Compounded Annual Growth Rate Of Revenue
0.48%
Five Year Compounded Annual Growth Rate Of Revenue
5.3%
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