“Peter Duffy and the senior management team will continue to execute our strategy, which has the full backing of the board,” said company president Mike Evans. For his part, Peter Plumb has declared that 2018 meant another year of strong growth for Just Eat. “The business is in good health and now is the right time to step aside and make way for a new leader for the next wave of growth,” he added. On the other hand, the company has revealed that it expects its revenues in 2018 will reach 780 million pounds (880 million euros), after having reached 221 million orders in a “February 2019 Calendar Singapore” exercise for the company, which expects have reached an underlying gross operating profit (Ebitda) of between 172 and 174 million pounds (194 and 196 million euros).
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Thus, Just Eat’s board has expressed confidence that in 2019 the company’s revenues will range between 1,000 and 1,100 million pounds (1,129 and 1,242 million euros), with an underlying Ebitda between 185 and 205 million pounds (209 and 231 million euros). The biggest danger of the current pension system is not to reform it, since the pension hole continues to grow every year. It is one of the conclusions of Fedea’s report, “The Spanish Public Pension System: Myths and Realities,” presented this morning by Professor Miguel Ángel García, Government Advisor in the 2013 reform. The document estimates that the current system deficit of 19,000 million euros would be equivalent to raise the IRPF by 23% to all taxpayers or raise the overnight occupancy 3.6 million members, that the wages or the contribution base rise by 17, 1% or raise the contribution paid by companies and workers by 4.8%. Each of these scenarios is exclusive, it would be enough to cover the hole, but by 2050 all of them together should be produced to pay the estimated pension expenditure by then and there should be no deficit.
Because at present, on average, a retiree has not paid enough quotas in contributions to cover what he will receive a pension during all his retirement, since Spain is the country with the highest life expectancy in the world having risen six years from 1975 to 83 years and retirement lasts for an average of about 21 years. If the current replacement rate of 78% – the percentage of the first pension in relation to the last February 2019 Calendar Singapore salary, which is one of the highest in the world – is maintained, the contributions paid and revalued with the average GDP growth of the last 25 years ( 2% per year) result in having paid 16.1 years, that is, five years without contributing. In the case of a worker who has contributed 37 years and is entitled to 100% of the pension, the fees cover 13.2 years of pension.