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Icons Financial Dictionary – P&L Earnings EBITDA, Earning Before Interest Tax Depreciation and Amortization, Cash Operating Profit, EBIT, Earning Before, Interest and Tax, Operating Profit, PBT, Profit Before Tax, EBT, Earning Before Tax, Net Profit, Net
from deck Financial Report and Performance Indicators Presentation (PPT Template)

Icons Financial Dictionary – P&L Earnings

Slide Content

The slide presents a financial dictionary with icons representing various profit and loss (P&L) related terms. EBITDA stands for Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization which indicates the company’s earnings with these costs excluded. EBIT, short for Earnings Before Interest and Taxes, represents operating profit. PBT signifies Profit Before Tax, highlighting earnings before tax expenditure. EBT refers to Earnings Before Tax. Lastly, Net Profit, also known as Net Income or EAT (Earnings After Tax), represents the final profit after all expenses, including taxes, have been deducted.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is divided diagonally, with the top larger portion being white and the bottom smaller segment in dark teal.
  • A header in large, bold text on top left in turquoise identifies the slide topic.
  • At the top right corner, there's a rectangular call-out section in dark teal with white text stating "Fully editable icons".
  • Underneath the title, a row of six stylized money bag icons in light blue represents the various financial concepts with their abbreviations below each: EBITDA, EBIT, PBT, EBT, and Net Profit.
  • The icons are followed by their respective full forms adjacent and beneath each icon, on separate dark teal shapes, with white text detailing the acronym's meaning.
  • The bottom right features a circular call-out with the duplicate of an icon (money bag), highlighted with a cyan-colored circle accentuating that it is selectable or featured.
  • A promotional banner is present at the very bottom, stretching across the slide in dark teal with the website name in white.

The slide has a clean, professional appearance with a minimalist design, using icons and contrasting colors to emphasize key financial terms. The division of the slide by color aids in visually demarcating informational content from calls to action and promotional elements.

Use Cases

  • To introduce or review key financial metrics in a business or finance-related presentation.
  • As part of an educational session for employees to familiarize them with financial terms used in company reports.
  • In investor relations communications to visually represent and clarify financial concepts for shareholders.
  • As a reference slide within financial analysis workshops or seminars to provide a quick visual guide for participants.

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