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Toyota Blog Highlights

  • Toyota Announces Changes to Executive Structure, Senior Management Responsibilities, and Organizational Structure

  • Holly Walters Promoted to Chief Information Officer and Group VP of Information Services at Toyota Motor North America

  • Toyota completes $1.3 billion modernization project at Indiana facility

 

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Latest Toyota Earnings Call Excerpts


May 12, 2020

Executives In Attendance
  • Kenta Kon - CFO, Chief Officer, Accounting Group & Fellow, Advanced R&D and Engineering Company
  • Masayoshi Shirayanagi - Senior Managing Officer, Chief Officer, External & Public Affairs Group and Purchasing GroupAnalysts in Attendance
  • Akio Toyoda - CEO, Chief Branding Officer, President & Representative Director
  • Shigeki Terashi - Chief Competitive Officer, Chief Project Officer & Director
  • Koji Kobayashi - Chief Risk Officer & Director

Analysts In Attendance

  • Sean McLain - Wall Street Journal
  • Yukihiro Omoto - Nikkei newspaper
  • Yasuhisa Shimashita - Analyst
  • Hans Greimel - Automotive News
  • Tadashi Isozumi - Yomiuri Newspaper
  • Hiromi Osada - Chunichi Shimbun

 

  • Consolidated financial results for the fiscal year were net revenue of ¥2,929.9 billion, operating income of for ¥2,442.8 billion, pretax income of ¥2,554.6 billion and net income of ¥2,076.1 billion. Due to the spread of COVID-19, net revenues were decreased by ¥380 billion and operating income were decreased by ¥160 billion.
  • In the year immediately after the start of the global financial crisis, vehicle sales decreased by 1.35 million units for a year-on-year decrease of approximately 15%, to which was added an impact of the strong yen, resulting in our falling ¥461 billion into the red.
    • During the period, management had to change in an uncharted era. Toyota took measures to fundamentally revise executive and organizational structure, including the introduction of an in-house company system, establishment of Seven Samurai, which is the President and 6 Executive Vice Presidents structure, and discontinuance of the post of Executive Vice President.
Toyota Org Charts
  • In the current COVID-19 crisis, Toyota forecasts a decrease in vehicle sales of 1.95 million units for a year-on-year decrease of more than 20%, which would be greater than the decrease during the global financial crisis. Toyota forecasts a profit with an operating income of ¥500 billion.

 Toyota Income

Toyota Earnings Call on May 12, 2020 (Sessions 1 & 2): 

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4346749-toyota-motor-corp-tm-on-q4-2020-results-session-1-earnings-call-transcript?part=single

https://seekingalpha.com/article/4346750-toyota-motor-corp-tm-ceo-akio-toyoda-on-q4-2020-results-session-2-earnings-call-transcript?part=single

 

Toyota Annual Report Highlights

Annual Report for Fiscal Year-End March 31, 2020

NAME TITLE
Takeshi Uchiyamada Chairman of the Board of Directors (Representative Director)
Shigeru Hayakawa Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors (Representative Director)
Akio Toyoda President, Member of the Board of Directors (Representative Director)
Koji Kobayashi Member of the Board of Directors (Representative Director)
Shigeki Terashi Chief Competitive Officer; Chief Project Officer; Chief Officer, Toyota System Supply; Chief Officer, Toyota ZEV Factory; Director, Hino Motors, Ltd.
James Kuffner Chief Digital Officer; CEO at Toyota Research Institute Advanced Development (TRI-AD)
Ikuro Sugawara Member of the Board of Directors, Toyota Motor Corporation
Sir Philip Craven Member of the Board of Directors, Toyota Motor Corporation
Teiko Kudo Senior Managing Executive Officers, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

 

In 2019, to further advance its acceleration of management and the development of a diverse and talented workforce, Toyota made executive and organizational changes as follows.

  • Executives comprise only senior managing officers and persons of higher rank.
  • A new classification called “senior professional/senior management” was created, replacing the following titles and ranks: managing officer, executive general manager, (sub-executive managerial level) senior grade 1 and senior grade 2 manager, and grandmaster. 


Toyota Governance

 

Financial Highlights

 Currency in JPY

Fiscal Year  
Fiscal Year Ends 31-Mar-20
Most Recent Quarter 30-Jun-20
   
Total Annual Revenue  
Revenue
29.9299 Trillion
   
Management Effectiveness  
Return on Assets 1.97%
Return on Equity 7.62%
   
Income Statement  
Quarterly Revenue Growth -39.80%
Gross Profit 5.41 Trillion
Diluted EPS 16.36
Quarterly Earnings Growth -76.70%
   
Balance Sheet  
Total Debt/Equity 111.65
Current Ratio 1.08
Book Value Per Share 123.5

 

Recent Initiatives 

  • Launched the nationwide rollout of Toyota Share car-sharing service and Chokunori! Toyota rent-a-car service in Japan.
  • Reached an agreement with Subaru on new business and capital alliance
  • Concluded an agreement with Suzuki to form a capital alliance 

Transformation into Mobility Company

Based on the J-ReBORN Plan, launched in 2016, Toyota and its domestic sales companies aim to revitalize Japan as a whole as well as on a regional basis. To this end, Toyota is shifting its focus from sales channels to sales regions. We are looking to revise our structure and work styles accordingly.

These efforts kicked off in Tokyo, where changes in mobility services are already the most advanced. In April 2019, Toyota merged four directly managed dealers in the region to establish Toyota Mobility Tokyo.

 

Toyota is Full Steam Ahead on Initiatives to Promote BEVs

The Toyota ZEV Factory is an internal organization created by bringing together the EV Business Planning Department, which began as an internal start-up, and the previously separate FCEV team. The Factory is charged with the planning and development of developing plans for BEVs.

Check out the Full Toyota 2019 Annual Report

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