William Hill

A global business with one united team William Hill is one of the world’s largest listed betting and gaming companies. We’ve been established since 1934 and we’re one of the most recognised, respected and trusted brands in the industry. Best-known as a bookmaker providing fixed odds sports betting, we also offer online casino games such as roulette and blackjack. Our products are available to customers whenever and wherever they want to gamble – in the shops, online, on the phone. As a thriving international company, we have 17,000 employees working together as one team worldwide – we began in the UK, where we now have around 2400 betting shops and many key enabling functions. Our Online business has its head-quarter's in Gibraltar with marketing and support operations in the Philippines, Israel and Bulgaria, plus offices in Italy and Spain. We had further international growth with the acquisition of key businesses in the US and Australia forming William Hill US and William Hill Australia. So whatever career you’re looking for, odds are we have the perfect opportunity for you at William Hill.
London, GB
Size (employees)
16,286 (est)+4%
William Hill was founded in 1934 and is headquartered in London, GB

William Hill Office Locations

William Hill has offices in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Halifax and in 134 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
Sylvia Lawla Court 50 Station Rd
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William Hill Data and Metrics

William Hill Financial Metrics

William Hill's revenue was reported to be £1.6 b in FY, 2016 which is a 1% increase from the previous period.

Revenue (FY, 2016)

1.6 b

Revenue growth (FY, 2015 - FY, 2016), %


Gross profit (FY, 2016)

1.2 b

Gross profit margin (FY, 2016), %


Net income (FY, 2016)

164.5 m

Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

2.1 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)


Cash (27-Dec-2016)

215.5 m
William Hill's current market capitalization is £2.1 b.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


1.5 b1.6 b1.6 b1.6 b

Revenue growth, %


Cost of goods sold

272.2 m304.2 m377.9 m382.2 m

Gross profit

1.2 b1.3 b1.2 b1.2 b

Gross profit Margin, %


Pre tax profit

257 m233.9 m184.7 m181.3 m

Net Income

226.5 m206.3 m189.9 m164.5 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016


206.7 m222.1 m282.1 m215.5 m

Accounts Receivable

7.7 m9.4 m5.3 m20.4 m

Current Assets

272.7 m282.2 m342.9 m291.7 m


286.4 m282.1 m271.5 m345.7 m


1.9 b1.8 b1.7 b1.8 b

Total Assets

2.4 b2.4 b2.3 b2.4 b

Accounts Payable

113.8 m109.9 m107.8 m129.6 m

Current Liabilities

328.6 m369.8 m663.2 m410.1 m

Total Liabilities

1.4 b1.2 b1.1 b1.2 b

Retained Earnings

124.1 m134 m115.5 m55.5 m

Total Equity

1 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b

Financial Leverage

2.4 x2.1 x1.9 x2 x
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash From Operating Activities

267.6 m368.2 m300.9 m265.9 m

Cash From Financing Activities

755.2 m(286.2 m)(157.8 m)(154.6 m)

Income Taxes Paid

(30.5 m)(27.6 m)5.2 m(16.8 m)
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

2 x

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