Financial Management

Search for solid financial performance through constant risk analysis, responsible social and environmental vision and balance between costs, expenses and investments, in order to share value with shareholders, investors and other strategic audiences.
Organic growth through a consolidated forest base prepared for increased productivity, with diversification of products and businesses.

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  • Composition of net revenue

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    • wdt_ID Composition of net revenue, in % 2019 2020
      1 Pulp 81 84
      2 Paper 19 16
  • Direct economic value generated and distributed (R$)

    Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics Dimension (WEF)

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    • wdt_ID Direct economic value generated (R$)¹ 2019 2020
      1 Generated
      2 Revenues 30,896,356.00 33,826,916.00
      3 Economic value distributed
      5 Operating costs 15,368,942.00 15,695,928.00
      6 Employee salaries and benefits 2,067,669.00 2,430,303.00
      7 Payments to providers of capital² 7,728,778.00 20,054,621.00
      8 Government payments 1,632,205.00 597,191.00
      9 Total 26,797,594.00 38,778,043.00
      16 Economic value retained 4,098,762.00 -4,951,127.00

    1. The Value Added Statement (VAS) does not include the opening by investments in community and, for this reason, this category is not included here. Data are presented on an accrual basis and the information made available refers only to the parent company and consolidated.
    2. Includes remuneration of third-party capital (accrued interest, foreign exchange variations (liabilities), rents and others) and retained earnings (losses) for the year.

  • Direct economic value generated and distributed (USD)

    Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics Dimension (WEF)

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    • wdt_ID Direct economic value generated¹ 2019 2020
      1 Generated
      2 Revenues 7,518,093.25 6,573,949.78
      3 Economic value distributed
      5 Operating costs 3,739,765.91 3,050,359.14
      6 Employee salaries and benefits 503,131.45 472,307.02
      7 Payments to providers of capital² 1,880,664.30 3,897,431.01
      8 Government payments 397,168.82 116,058.57
      9 Total 6,520,730.48 7,536,155.74
      14 Economic value retained 997,362.76 (962,205.96)

    1. The Value Added Statement (VAS) does not include the opening by investments in community and, for this reason, this category is not included here. Data are presented on an accrual basis and the information made available refers only to the parent company and consolidated. In 2019, the dollar amounts (USD) were converted based on the average exchange rate on 12/31/2019 (R$4.1096) and, in 2020, were converted based on the average exchange rate on 12/31/20 (R$5.1456).
    2. Includes remuneration of third-party capital (accrued interest, foreign exchange variations (liabilities), rents and others) and retained earnings (losses) for the year.

  • Economic value distributed (%)

    Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics Dimension (WEF)

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    • wdt_ID Economic value distributed (%) 2019 2020
      1 Operating costs 57 40
      2 Employee salaries and benefits 8 6
      3 Payments to capital providers 29 52
      4 Government payments 6 2
      5 Total 100 100
  • Governance, control and management of fiscal risk

    Context:

    The Tax Conduct is complemented with Suzano’s Risk Management Standards, which include the definitions of various tax-related roles and responsibilities. The Company’s fiscal strategies are monitored by the Board of Directors and by the Statutory Audit Committee as and when applicable. Any changes to the Tax Conduct Policy must be approved by the Company’s CFO.

    Suzano’s business principles, as well as those of its subsidiaries and affiliates, are based on the duty to strictly comply with the current tax and regulatory laws, always in line with the strategies defined by the Company’s administration, ensuring the calculation and payment of the taxes due in every jurisdiction where the company operates. The company’s tax conduct follows the highest standards of integrity and ethics, with all employees who work in the tax area following the content of this document as a guiding principle in performing their activities.

    As a premise, the company adopts the transparency and reliability of tax information, which can be accessed in the reports regularly published by the company. In order to demonstrate the transparency of its operations, Suzano undertakes to submit to the Tax and Fiscal Authorities all the information related to the applicable tax treatment, through the ancillary obligations required by the applicable legislation.

  • Main financial results

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    • wdt_ID Main financial results 2019 2020
      1 Market cap (R$) 54.4 billion 79.0 billion
      2 Total net sales revenue (R$) 26.0 billion 30.5 billion
      3 Total EBITDA (R$) 10.7 billion 14.9 billion
      4 Net debt/EBITDA (USD) 4.9 x 4.3x
      5 Total net income (R$) - 2.8 billion -10.7 billion
      6 Total company assets (R$) 97.9 billion 101.8 billion
      7 Total shareholders' equity (R$) 18.0 billion 7.2 billion
  • Tax management and approach

    Context:

    Suzano’s Tax Policy is based on the development of strategies to manage the tax burden, always in compliance with the current legislation. Suzano, as a multinational company with businesses in several countries and as a publicly traded company, has a transparent relationship with public agencies and sector associations, in order to create value and generate revenue for tax entities at federal, state, and municipal levels.

    Suzano has terms of agreements/letters of intent with State entities always seeking to optimize the tax burden in accordance with the legislation. In connection with this topic, Suzano takes part in the tax committees of sector associations (IBÁ), industrial federations (FINDES, FIESP, FIEMA, among others) and specific groups for discussions on the subject, such as the (GETAP – Grupo de Estudos Tributários Aplicados (Applied Tax Studies Group)

    Suzano’s tax strategy is in line with the Company’s current business and future plans. Only tax opportunities related to the business plan are evaluated. All tax decisions stem from the business strategy and are therefore additional effects to the results of the commercial and operational activities. In this case, cost reduction or tax impact is only one of several factors taken into consideration in investments and business decisions, not the main ones.

    The Company’s fiscal strategies are monitored by the Board of Directors/Statutory Audit Committee as and when applicable. Any changes to the Tax Conduct Policy must be approved by the CFO. Suzano bases its Tax Conduct Policy on compliance with the tax rules in force in all the countries where it operates.

  • Total sales volume by product type and market

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    • wdt_ID Total sales volume by product type and market, in tonnes 2019 - Pulp 2019 - Paper (Paperboard) 2019 - Paper (Printing and writing) 2019 - Paper (Other papers¹) 2020 - Pulp 2020 - Paper (Paperboard) 2020 - Paper (Printing and writing) 2020 - Paper (Other papers¹)
      1 Domestic market 830,962 130,210 619,802 103,400 786,621 138,937 538,861 124,021
      2 Foreign market 8,580,691 62,219 338,562 2,271 10,036,495 62,816 303,568 8,678
      3 Total 9,411,653 192,429 958,364 105,671 10,823,116 201,753 842,429 132,699

    1. Includes papers from other manufacturers sold by Suzano and tissue paper (consumer goods).

  • Total volume of production and sales by product type, in thousand metric tonnes

    SASB Dimension

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    • wdt_ID Total volume of production and sales by product type, in thousand metric tonnes 2019 - Production 2019 - Sales 2020 - Production 2020 - Sales
      1 Pulp 7,944 8,538 8,890 9,818
      2 Paper and consumer goods 1,125 1,139 1,074 1,068
      3 Total 9,069 9,678 9,965 10,886
  • Total volume of production and sales by product type, in thousand tonnes

    SASB Dimension

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    • wdt_ID Total volume of production and sales by product type, in thousand tonnes 2019 - Production 2019 - Sales 2020 - Production 2020 - Sales
      1 Pulp 8,757 9,412 9,800 10,823
      2 Paper and consumer goods 1,240 1,256 1,184 1,177
      3 Total 9,997 10,668 10,984 12,000