The company posted a half-year statutory net profit after tax of $122.5 million and underlying profit of $124.7 million, largely in line with forecasts.
Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation increased by 16% to $399.1 million, while the EBITDA margin increased to 53% from 50%.
Group cashflow increased by 20% to $176.8 million.
Evolution executive chairman Jake Klein told investors and reporters that he believed the company’s cash generating capacity was a key point of difference.
Net bank debt dropped by 61% to $231.5 million and gearing fell from 22% to 9.5%.
Klein pointed out that the company had repaid $687 million in debt...