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5 million) from the profits. 94 Consequently, Unilever had various possibilities for internal financing. The company was famous for financing its acquisitions by cash rather than debt. There was almost no loan capital inside the company. Unilever’s image since its creation was therefore one of a bedrock of certainty in a risky and changing world. Before consolidated statements were well established – during the war in Britain by Limited – the company provided shareholders with segmental financial information.
1 billion Reichsmarks (£54 million). Most likely these figures were again an understatement of the real value of the chemical concern at the time, but still they were smaller than the published, and underestimated, figures of Unilever and Royal Dutch/Shell. In 1930, after the formation of Unilever, a combined profit and loss account was added to the combined balance sheets. These combined statements were mislabelled as ‘consolidated statements’. Nevertheless, in 1930 Unilever began to publish information about six of its major operating subsidiaries.
The Boards of Directors of Limited and NV were identical. From 1931 the Board meetings were regularly held in a new and impressive headquarters in London (Unilever House in Blackfriars), instead of in various European cities, which had been the case directly after the merger. In time the number of Board members decreased. In 1930 the Board had consisted of 32 members, by 1938 the Board of Directors consisted of only 24 members. 45 In fact, 11 out of the 24 board members were still from an old Unilever family in 1938, namely Albert, James and Sydney van den Bergh, (son-in-law) Jacques Polak, Arthur Hartog, Rudolf and Henri Jurgens, Lord Leverhulme and Heinrich, Franz and Georg Schicht.