By  on February 2, 2012

LONDON — Unilever — parent of brands including Alberto Culver, Tresemmé and Vaseline — said its net profits rose 1 percent in the 2011 fiscal year to 4.62 billion euros, or $6.1 billion, on the back of a 5 percent rise in revenues.

Chief executive Paul Polman said the gains came despite the negative impact of currency fluctuations. Turnover in the 12-month period rose five percent to 46.47 billion euros, or $61.34 billion. Dollar figures have been converted at average exchange rates for the period.

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