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PRYSMIAN S.P.A. RESULTS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018*


Combined sales (including General Cable for full year 2018) at €11,524M with +2.8% organic growth

Adjusted combined EBITDA (including General Cable for full year 2018) at €767M

including WL Project provisions totalling €165M FY 2018

Reported adjusted EBITDA (including General Cable for the 7 months from June to December 2018) at €693M, of which €123M attributable to General Cable

Net Financial Debt confirmed at €2,222M (€436M at 31/12/2017), including €2,601M attributable to the acquisition of General Cable

FY19 Guidance confirmed, adjusted combined EBITDA expected to grow in the range of €950M-€1,020M

FY 2019 Free Cash Flows forecast confirmed at €300M ±10% after payment of €90M restructuring costs

Proposed dividend pay-out of €0.43 per share confirmed

Milan, 17/04/2019. The Board of Directors of Prysmian S.p.A. met today and re-examined and approved the consolidated financial statements and draft separate financial statements for 2018.

WesternLink submarine interconnection

On 6 April 2019, a fault was detected on the WesternLink submarine interconnection that caused the Link to be out of operation. Investigation work located the fault, which took place during the commissioning tests, in the offshore portion of the cable. In light of this further issue and based on the technicians’ analysis, the Board of Directors decided to allocate a €70 million provision. The allocation takes into account the contractual penalties and the repair and ancillary costs associated with the issue which occurred on 6 April 2019, as well as additional repairs that might be necessary in the foreseeable future.

Compensation claims for anti-competitive damages

Between the end of March and the beginning of April 2019, some Group companies received compensation claims for damages by certain customers as a result of the European Commission’s decision dated April 2014 on alleged anti-competitive behaviours in the land and submarine HV cable market. Based also on the advice of its legal experts, the Board of Directors decided to allocate a €25 million provision.

 

Main consolidated financial results impacted by the aforementioned events and diverging from the results reported on 5 March 2019

  • Group’s sales decreased by €53 million, wholly attributable to the Projects operating segment, due to the WesternLink project provisions. On the basis of this change, organic growth was 2.8% (compared to 3.3% reported on 5 March).
  • Revenues of the Projects operating segment decreased by €53 million, with a +1.7% organic growth (compared to 4.7% reported on 5 March).
  • Adjusted EBITDA decreased by €70 million, wholly attributable to the Projects operating segment, due to the WesternLink project provisions.
  • EBITDA declined by €95 million, of which €70 million attributable to the WesternLink project provisions and €25 million to the provisions for anti-competitive issues.
  • Net profit decreased by €72 million to €58 million as a consequence of the foregoing and taking into account the related tax effects.
  • Net Capital Employed and equity decreased by €72 million.
  • Net Financial Debt and free cash flow remained unchanged.

 

Net profit of the Parent Company Prysmian S.p.A. declined by €4 million to €96 million due to the effects arising from the Italian companies’ tax consolidation.

 

Group full combined results

(in millions of Euro)

 
2018 2017 (*)
Prysmian GC Total Prysmian GC Total
Sales        7,988        3,536      11,524        7,904        3,449      11,353
% sales change 1.0% 2.5% 1.5%
% organic sales change 2.6% 3.3% 2.8%
Adjusted EBITDA           570           197           767           736           204           940
% of sales 7.1% 5.6% 6.7% 9.3% 5.9% 8.3%

 

(in millions of Euro)  

 

31 December 2018 31 December 2017 (*)
Total of which General Cable Total
Net fixed assets                            5,071               2,297               2,610
of which: goodwill                            1,541               1,101                  438
of which: intangible assets                               591                  314                  297
of which: property, plants & equipment                            2,629                  882               1,646
Net working capital                               661                  381                  128
of which: derivatives                               (15)                     1                    22
of which: Operative Net working capital                               676                  380                  106
Provisions & deferred taxes                              (673)                 (329)                 (308)
Net Capital Employed                            5,059               2,349               2,430
Employee provisions                               463                  121                  355
Shareholders’ equity                            2,374               1,639
    of which: attributable to minority interest                               188                  188
Net financial debt                            2,222                  436
Total financing and equity                            5,059                 2,430

 

 

 

(*) The previously published figures for prior periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15. General Cable’s figures were adjusted following the application of the accounting standards and policies adopted by Prysmian. Figures for 2017 do not include the non-core perimeter of General Cable, which was entirely disposed of in 2017

 

 

Further Board of Directors’ resolutions

 

Notice of Calling of Annual General Meeting

The Board of Directors has vested the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Chief Executive Officer with powers to severally call the Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Wednesday, 5 June 2019, in single call. Based on the results for 2018, the Board of Directors will recommend to the forthcoming AGM that a dividend of €0.43 per share be distributed, involving a total pay-out of approximately €113 million.

If approved, the dividend will be paid out from 26 June 2019, with record date on 25 June 2019 and ex-dividend date on 24 June 2019.

 

Motion to confirm a Director’s appointment

Prysmian’s Board of Directors has also resolved to submit to the forthcoming AGM the proposal to confirm as Director Francesco Gori, who was co-opted on 18 September 2018 following Director Massimo Tononi’s resignation.

 

Share buy-back plan

The Board of Directors decided to submit to the forthcoming AGM a request for the authorisation to buy back and dispose of treasury shares, after revocation of the previous resolution approved by the AGM on 12 April 2018.

The total number of shares that can be purchased, in one or more tranches, cannot exceed the 10% of the share capital. On the basis of the current share capital, the total number of shares that the Company can hold amounts to 26,814,425, including the shares that the Company already holds directly and/or indirectly (5,096,883).

Treasury shares may be purchased within the limits of available reserves recognised from time to time in the most recently approved annual financial statements.

The plan has a maximum term of 18 months, commencing from the date of authorisation by the AGM.

 

The said authorisation will be requested to:

 

  • create the Company’s portfolio of treasury shares (so-called “stock of shares”), including those already held by the Company, that can be used in any extraordinary transactions (e.g., mergers, de-mergers, purchase of equity investments);
  • use the treasury shares acquired by exercising the rights ensuing from debt instruments, whether convertible or exchangeable for financial instruments issued by the Company, its subsidiaries or third-parties (e.g., takeover bids and/or share swaps);
  • dispose of own shares in service of share-based incentive plans or share ownership plans reserved for Prysmian Group’s directors and/or employees;
  • ensure effective management of the Company’s share capital, by creating investment opportunities also on the basis of available liquidity.

 

The buy-back and disposal of treasury shares will be performed in compliance with applicable laws and regulations in force:

  1. at a minimum price of no more than 10% below the stock’s official price during the trading session on the day before each transaction is undertaken;
  2. at a maximum price of no more than 10% above the stock’s official price during the trading session on the day before each individual transaction is undertaken.

 

At 17 April 2019, Prysmian S.p.A. directly and indirectly holds 5,096,883 treasury shares.

 

All relevant documentation required under applicable regulations will be made available to Shareholders and the public in the manner and within the terms set forth by applicable laws and regulations.

 

Long incentive plan amendments

The Board of Directors decided not to submit to the Shareholders’ Meeting any proposal to amend the long-term incentive plan currently in force.

 

 

2018 Non-Financial Statement (Sustainability Report)

 

The Board of Directors approved the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement (NFS) pursuant to Legislative Decree No. 254/16, incorporating the impacts emerged in the re-examination of the consolidated financial statements and draft separate financial statements for 2018, following the recent developments regarding the WesternLink submarine interconnection and the compensation claims received for anti-competitive damages.

 

Including General Cable’s contribution, the economic value generated by Prysmian Group was €10,240 million, down €53 million compared to €10,293 million reported on 5 March 2019, as a result of the decrease in Group’s sales from €10,158 million to €10,105 million.

 

 

Prysmian Group’s Financial Report at 31 December 2018, approved by the Board of Directors today, will be made available to the public by 30 April 2019 at the Company’s registered office in Via Chiese 6, Milan, and at Borsa Italiana S.p.A. It will also be available as of today on the corporate website at www.prysmiangroup.com and in the authorised central storage mechanism used by the Company at www.emarketstorage.com. This document may contain forward-looking statements relating to future events and future operating, economic and financial results of the Prysmian Group. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they depend on the occurrence of future events and circumstances. Therefore, actual results may differ materially from those reflected in forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors. The managers responsible for preparing corporate accounting documents (Carlo Soprano and Alessandro Brunetti) hereby declare, pursuant to Article 154-bis paragraph 2 of Italy’s Unified Financial Act, that the accounting information contained in this press release corresponds to the underlying documents, accounting books and records.

 

The presentation “FY 2018 Financial Results” will be available today in the Investor Relations section of the Prysmian website at www.prysmiangroup.com and can be viewed on the Borsa Italiana website www.borsaitaliana.it and in the central storage mechanism www.emarketstorage.com.

 

 

Prysmian Group

Prysmian Group is world leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry. With almost 140 years of experience, sales of over €11 billion, about 29,000 employees in over 50 countries and 112 plants, the Group is strongly positioned in high-tech markets and offers the widest possible range of products, services, technologies and know-how. It operates in the businesses of underground and submarine cables and systems for power transmission and distribution, of special cables for applications in many different industries and of medium and low voltage cables for the construction and infrastructure sectors. For the telecommunications industry, the Group manufactures cables and accessories for voice, video and data transmission, offering a comprehensive range of optical fibres, optical and copper cables and connectivity systems. Prysmian is a public company, listed on the Italian Stock Exchange in the FTSE MIB index.

 

 

Media Relations                                                                                   Investor Relations

Lorenzo Caruso                                                                                      Cristina Bifulco

Corporate and Business Communications Director                                     Investor Relations Director

Ph. 0039 02 6449.1                                                                                Ph. 0039 02 6449.1

lorenzo.caruso@prysmiangroup.com                                                        mariacristina.bifulco@prysmiangroup.com

 

 

ANNEX A

 

Consolidated statement of financial position

 

 

(in millions of Euro)
31 December 2018 31 December 2017 (*)
Non-current assets
Property, plant and equipment                               2,629                               1,646
Intangible assets                               2,132                                 735
Equity-accounted investments                                 294                                 217
Other investments at fair value through other comprehensive income                                   13                                   12
Financial assets at amortised cost                                     5                                     2
Derivatives                                     2                                   14
Deferred tax assets                                 174                                 149
Other receivables                                   33                                   18
Total non-current assets                               5,282                               2,793
Current assets
Inventories                               1,515                                 954
Trade receivables                               1,635                               1,131
Other receivables                                 669                                 419
Financial assets at fair value through income statement                                   25                                   40
Derivatives                                   19                                   45
Financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income                                   10                                   11
Cash and cash equivalents                               1,001                               1,335
Total current assets                               4,874                               3,935
Asset held for sale                                     3                                    –  
Total assets                             10,159                               6,728
Equity attributable to the Group:                               2,186                               1,451
Share capital                                   27                                   22
Reserves                               2,101                               1,188
Net profit/(loss) for the year                                 58                                 241
Equity attributable to non-controlling interests:                                 188                                 188
Share capital and reserves                                 188                                 192
Net profit/(loss) for the year                                    –                                    (4)
Total equity                               2,374                               1,639
Non-current liabilities
Borrowings from banks and other lenders                               3,161                               1,466
Other payables                                   12                                     8
Provisions for risks and charges                                   51                                   33
Derivatives                                     9                                     2
Deferred tax liabilities                                 238                                 103
Employee benefit obligations                                 463                                 355
Total non-current liabilities                               3,934                               1,967
Current liabilities    
Borrowings from banks and other lenders                                   98                                 370
Trade payables                               2,132                               1,686
Other payables                                 990                                 692
Derivatives                                   41                                   35
Provisions for risks and charges                                 558                                 321
Current tax payables                                   32                                   18
Total current liabilities                               3,851                               3,122
Total liabilities                               7,785                               5,089
Total equity and liabilities                             10,159                               6,728

 

(*) The previously published prior year consolidated figures have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

Consolidated income statement

 

(in millions of Euro)
2018 (*) 2017 (**)
Sales of goods and services                     10,105                        7,904
Change in inventories of work in progress, semi-finished and finished goods                         (85)                             57
Other income                           139                             81
Raw materials, consumables used and goods for resale                (6,542)                       (4,912)
Fair value change in metal derivatives                          (48)                             12
Personnel costs                     (1,260)                       (1,086)
   of which personnel costs for company reorganisation                        (57)                           (24)
   of which personnel costs for stock option fair value                           (6)                           (49)
Amortisation, depreciation, impairment and impairment reversal                       (232)                          (199)
     of which impairment related to company reorganisation (4)
     of which other impairment                           (5)                           (18)
Other expenses                   (1,921)                       (1,475)
   of which non-recurring (other expenses) and releases                    (94)                          (18)
   of which (other expenses) for company reorganisation               (9)                      (6)
Share of net profit/(loss) of equity-accounted companies                          59                             42
Operating income                           215                           424
Finance costs                       (414)                          (349)
  of which non-recurring finance costs                            (2)                               (2)
  of which impact from hyperinflationary economies                            (6)                              –
Finance income                           302                           250
Profit/(loss) before taxes                           103                           325
Taxes                        (45)                            (88)
Net profit/(loss) for the year                           58                           237
Attributable to:
Owners of the parent                           58                           241
Non-controlling interests                               –                             (4)
Basic earnings/(loss) per share (in Euro)  0.24  1.14
Diluted earnings/(loss) per share (in Euro)  0.24  1.11

 

(*) General Cable Group’s results have been consolidated for the period 1 June – 31 December 2018

(**) The previously published figures for previous periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income

 

(in millions of Euro)
2018 (*) 2017 (**)
Net profit/(loss) for the year                   58                          237
Comprehensive income/(loss) for the year:    
– items that may be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:    
Fair value gains/(losses) on cash flow hedges – gross of tax                          (14)                              11
Fair value gains/(losses) on cash flow hedges – tax effect                         4                            (5)
Evaluation of Financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income                (1)                              –
Currency translation differences                            (6)                         (169)
Total items that may be reclassified, net of tax                          (17)                         (163)
     
– items that will NOT be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:    
Actuarial gains/(losses) on employee benefits – gross of tax                            (4)                              17
Actuarial gains/(losses) on employee benefits – tax effect                              2                            (3)
Total items that will NOT be reclassified, net of tax                            (2)                              14
     
Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the year                          39                              88
Attributable to:
Owners of the parent                          32                          120
Non-controlling interests                              7                          (32)

 

(*) General Cable Group’s results have been consolidated for the period 1 June – 31 December 2018

(**) The previously published figures for the prior periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

 

Consolidated statement of cash flows

 

(in millions of Euro)
  2018 (*) 2017 (**)
Profit/(loss) before taxes                   103                          325
Depreciation, impairment and impairment reversals of property, plant and equipment                          173                           154
Amortisation and impairment of intangible assets                            59                             45
Net gains on disposal of property, plant and equipment, intangible assets and capital gains from dilutions in associates and other non-monetary movements                 (37)              (2)
Share of net profit/(loss) of equity-accounted companies                           (59)                          (42)
Share-based payments                              6                             49
Fair value change in metal derivatives and other fair value items                            48                         (12)
Net finance costs                          112                             99
Changes in inventories                            80                        (101)
Changes in trade receivables/payables                          108                            122
Changes in other receivables/payables                         (184)                             64
Taxes paid                         (110)                         (104)
Dividends received from equity-accounted companies                            16                              10
Utilisation of provisions (including employee benefit obligations)                           (69)                         (64)
Increases and/or realises of provisions (including employee benefit
obligations) and others
                         216                             64
Net cash flow provided by/(used in) operating activities                          462                          607
Net cash flow from acquisitions and/or disposals                      (1,208)                            (7)
Investments in property, plant and equipment                         (267)                          (237)
Disposals of property, plant and equipment and assets held for sale 7                                3
Investments in intangible assets                           (18)                          (20)
Investments in financial assets at fair value through profit/(loss)                            (7)                            (2)
Disposal of financial assets at fair value through profit/(loss)                            17                             11
Investments in associates                              –                           (1)
Investments in financial assets at fair value through other comprehensive income (13)
Net cash flow provided by/(used in) investing activities                      (1,476)                        (266)
Capital contributions and other changes in equity                          496                              3
Shares buyback                              –                          (100)
Dividend distribution                         (105)                          (101)
Early repayment of credit facility                           (50)
EIB loans                           (17)                           (16)
Issuance of the EIB 2017 loan                              –                            110
Borrowings for acquisition                       1,700                                –
Repayment acquisition borrowing                         (200)
Unicredit Loan                          200
Issuance of convertible bond – 2017                              –                            500
CDP loan                              –                           100
GC Convertible bond                         (396)                               –
Finance costs paid                         (362)                         (398)
Finance income received                          278                           328
Changes in net financial receivables/payables                         (902)                             (7)
Net cash flow provided by/(used in) financing activities                          692                            369
Currency translation gains/(losses) on cash and cash equivalents                           (12)                          (21)
Total cash flow provided/(used) in the year                         (334)                            689
Net cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year                       1,335                            646
Net cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year                       1,001                         1,335

 

(*) General Cable Group’s results have been consolidated for the period 1 June – 31 December 2018

(**) The previously published figures for previous periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

ANNEX B

 

 

Reconciliation table between net Profit/(Loss) for the year, EBITDA and adjusted EBITDA of the Group

 

(in millions of Euro)
2018 (*) 2017 (**)
Net profit/(loss) for the year                          58                          237
Taxes                            45                            88
Finance income                         (302)                         (250)
Finance costs                          414                          349
Amortisation, depreciation, impairment and impairment reversal                          232                          199
Fair value change in metal derivatives                            48                           (12)
Fair value change in stock options                              6                            49
EBITDA                          501                          660
Company reorganisation                            66                            30
of which General Cable reorganisation costs                           49                              –
Non-recurring expenses/(income):
 Antitrust                            94                            18
Other non-operating expenses/(income)                            32                            28
of which General Cable acquisition related costs                             4                           16
of which General Cable acquisition integration costs                           31                              –
of which release of General Cable inventory step-up                           16                              –
of which YOFC dilution effect                          (36)                              –
Total adjustments to EBITDA                          192                            76
Adjusted EBITDA                          693                          736

 

 

(*) General Cable Group’s results have been consolidated for the period 1 June – 31 December 2018

(**) The previously published figures for previous periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

 

Statement of cash flows with reference to change in net financial position

 

(in millions of Euro)
2018 2017 (*)  Change
EBITDA                           501                       660                       (159)
Changes in provisions (including employee benefit obligations) and others                             147                                –                          147
(Gains)/losses on disposal of property, plant and equipment, intangible assets and non-current assets and dilution of equity investment                           (37)                              (2)                 (35)
Share of net profit/(loss) of equity-accounted companies                           (59)                            (42)                        (17)
Net cash flow provided by operating activities (before changes in net working capital)                           552                            616                            (64)
Changes in net working capital                              4                              85                        (81)
Taxes paid                         (110)                           (104)                           (6)
Dividends from investments in equity-accounted companies                             16                              10                             6
Net cash flow provided/(used) by operating activities                           462                            607                      (145)
Cash flow from acquisitions and/or disposal                       (1,290)                              (7)                     (1,283)
Net cash flow used in operating activities                         (278)                           (254)                         (24)
Of which for investment of Wuhan ShenHuan                              –                            (35)                          35
Free cash flow (unlevered)                       (1,106)                            346                   (1,452)
Net finance costs                           (84)                            (70)                        (14)
Free cash flow (levered)                       (1,190)                            276                    (1,466)
Share buy back                               –                           (100)                         100
Dividend distribution                         (105)                           (101)                           (4)
Capital contributions and other changes in equity                           496                                3                          493
Net cash flow provided/(used) in the year                         (799)                              78                      (877)
Opening net financial debt                         (436)                           (537)                         101
Net cash flow provided/(used) in the year                         (799)                              78                      (877)
Equity component of Convertible Bond 2017                               –                              48                        (48)
Conversion of Convertible Bond 2013                           283                              13                         270
Net financial debt of General Cable                       (1,215)                                –                     (1,215)
Other changes                           (55)                            (38)                         (17)
Closing net financial debt                       (2,222)                           (436)                   (1,786)

 

 

(*) The previously published figures for previous periods have been restated following the introduction of IFRS 9 and IFRS 15.

 

 

ANNEX C

 

Separate statement of financial position Prysmian S.p.A.

 

(in Euro)
31 December 2018 31 December 2017
Non-current assets    
Property, plant and equipment  82,509,896  80,076,250
Intangible assets  98,239,440  92,874,639
Investments in subsidiaries  5,263,944,115  2,073,321,485
Derivatives  –  –
Deferred tax assets  5,786,330  1,751,417
Other receivables  2,492,614  1,118,870
Total non-current assets  5,452,972,395  2,249,142,661
Current assets
Trade receivables  146,858,200  154,004,449
Other receivables  171,462,127  1,149,602,561
Derivatives  159,877  266,619
Cash and cash equivalents  40,374  27,504
Total current assets  318,520,578  1,303,901,133
Total assets  5,771,492,973  3,553,043,794
Share capital and reserves:
Share capital  26,814,425  21,748,275
Reserves  1,979,214,736  1,195,056,847
Net profit/(loss) for the year  95,815,574  111,295,319
Total equity  2,101,844,735  1,328,100,441
Non-current liabilities
Borrowings from banks and other lenders  3,147,837,776  1,460,325,162
Other payables  3,794  –
Derivatives  8,349,000
Employee benefit obligations  6,590,833  6,730,060
Total non-current liabilities  3,162,781,403  1,467,055,222
Current liabilities
Borrowings from banks and other lenders  32,959,694  313,435,459
Trade payables  355,985,323  370,041,124
Other payables  20,283,830  23,488,002
Derivatives  6,116,761  17,568,206
Provisions for risks and charges  91,308,184  21,703,380
Current tax payables 213,043  11,651,960
Total current liabilities  506,866,835  757,888,131
Total liabilities 3,669,648,238  2,224,943,353
Total equity and liabilities  5,771,492,973  3,553,043,794

 

 

 

Separate income statement Prysmian S.p.A.

 

(in Euro)
 2018

 

2017(*)
Sales of goods and services  –
Change in inventories of work in progress, semi-finished and finished goods  –  –
Other income  203,109,982 155,649,779
   of which non-recurring other income  497,222  563,923
Raw materials, consumables used and goods for resale  (3,325,255)  (2,982,069)
Personnel costs  (53,040,293) (79,095,820)
   of which personnel costs for company reorganizations  (1,363,000)  (2,551,960)
   of which personnel costs for stock option fair value  (717,781) (19,250,884)
Amortisation, depreciation and impairment  (15,958,087) (11,819,231)
Other expenses (173,710,712) (96,841,534)
   of which non-recurring other (expenses)/income  (68,800,561)  (469,760)
Operating income  (42,924,365) (35,088,876)
Finance costs  (66,287,486) (73,455,961)
   of which non-recurring finance costs  (791,453)  (1,021,700)
Finance income  70,320,724  37,895,055
   of which non-recurring finance income  515,443  516,172
Dividends from subsidiaries  141,907,103 162,522,685
(Impairment losses) / reversal of impairment of investments  –  –
Profit before taxes  103,015,976  91,872,903
Taxes  (7,200,402)  19,422,416
Net profit/(loss) for the year  95,815,574 111,295,319

 

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Separate statement of comprehensive income Prysmian S.p.A.

 

(in thousands of Euro)
2018

 

2017
Net profit/(loss) for the year  95,816  111,295
Items that will be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:
Fair value gains/(losses) on cash flow hedges – gross of tax  (14,168)  (173)
Fair value gains/(losses) on cash flow hedges – tax effect  3,400  42
Total items that may be reclassified, net of tax effect  (10,768)  (131)
Items that will NOT be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:
Actuarial gains/(losses) on employee benefits – gross of tax  102  33
Actuarial gains/(losses) on employee benefits – tax effect  (24)  (8)
Total items that will NOT be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:  78  25
Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the year  85,126  111,189

 

 

 

Separate statement of cash flows Prysmian S.p.A.

 

(in Euro)
 2018

 

2017
Profit/(loss) before taxes  103,015,976  91,872,903
Depreciation and impairment of property, plant and equipment  3,728,037  2,992,969
Amortisation and impairment of intangible assets  12,230,049  8,826,937
Impairment reversal  –  –
(Net gains)/losses on disposals of property, plant and equipment, intangible assets and other non-current assets  (35,000)  (48,870)
Share-based payments  717,781  19,250,879
Dividends from subsidiaries  (141,907,103)  (162,522,685)
Fair value change in metal derivatives  –  –
Net finance costs  (4,033,230)  35,560,600
Changes in trade receivables/payables  (6,909,552)  59,341,935
Changes in other receivables/ payables  56,754,083  23,704,881
Taxes cashed/(paid)  14,193,930  28,633,940
Utilisation of provisions (including employee benefit obligations)  (629,000)  (2,048,000)
Increases in provisions (including employee benefit obligations)  68,806,000  2,744,000
A Net cash flow provided by/(used in) operating activities  105,931,971  108,309,490
Investments in property, plant and equipment  (6,247,000)  (6,902,276)
Disposal of property, plant and equipment  8,295
Investments in intangible assets  (17,510,000)  (60,704,646)
Investments to recapitalise subsidiaries  (3,188,495,000)  –
Dividends received  142,458,147  143,398,628
B Net cash flow provided by/(used in) investing activities  (3,069,793,853)  75,800,000
Capital contributions  495,608,090  –
Dividend distribution  (96,181,000)  (91,154,011)
Unicredit Loan  200,000,000  –
Term Loan  1,000,000,000  –
Bridge Loan  700,000,000  –
Repayment Bridge Loan  (200,000,000)  –
Share buy back  –  (100,232,035)
Sale of treasury shares  577,000  697,749
Early repayment Credit Facility 2014  –  (50,000,000)
Repayment EIB Loan 2013  (16,667,000)  (16,667,333)
Insurance of the EIB Loan 2017  –  110,000,000
Issuance of Convertible bond 2017  –  500,000,000
CDP Loan  –  100,000,000
Finance costs paid  (59,986,000)  (41,661,000)
Finance income received  54,151,000  39,172,082
Changes in other financial receivables/ payables  886,372,662  (634,239,294)
C Net cash flow provided by/(used in) financing activities  2,963,874,752  (184,083,842)
D Total cash flow provided/(used) in the year (A+B+C)  12,871  25,649
E Net cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year  27,504  1,855
F Net cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year (D+E)  40,374  27,504

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