2 First Quarter, January March 2014 Net sales amounted to 0 Euro (0) Operating profit/loss amounted to Euro ( ) Net profit/loss for the period amounted to Euro ( ) Net profit/loss per share amounted to Euro (0,02) Cash flow for the period amounted to -248 Euro (-281) Highlight events in Reinhold Europe AB (publ), 3 months 2014 Comments by Mr. Padraic Coll, Managing Director The board of directors continued its restructuring operations in order for it to be recapitalised and the business of the company to be re-launched. Negotiations were concluded with creditors so as to ensure the company does not go into bankruptcy and to facilitate a future recapitalisation. In terms of the largest creditor, BZ WBK Bank in Poland,and the PLN guarantee given by the company, continuous active management of the situation is bringing both sides closer to signing an annex to the agreement which will, in the opinion of the Board, lead to the bank to reduce the guarantee and enable a recapitalisation to take place. As of the date of this report, the Board and the bank are still in negotiations and the Board is optimistic that a conclusion can be reached in the near future. On March 7, 2014, Mr. Grzegorz Golec and Mr.Waldemar Tevnell replaced Mr. Phillip Cook and Mr. Marek Tarchalski on the Board. At the General Meeting also took the decision to adopt new articles of association of the company by changing the Company name to Reinhold Europe AB This change was officially registered on 25th March At the same meeting presented a balance sheet for liquidation purposes prepared as of , which showed that the parent company's equity was consumed Investments No new investments were made. On 13 December 2013 Reinhold Polska BV, a holding company for the Polish subsidiaries was sold along with all its assets and liabilities. As no new investments have been made during the first quarter the Company has not owned any projects or subsidiaries during the reporting period. Expected future developments The company will focus on negotiations with creditors in order to strengthen its financial position and makes it possible for a prospective investor who is interested in an investment vehicle with an IPO in Warsaw to quickly and economically able to get a working platform. 2
3 Financial position Sales for the period amounts to 0 Euro and net loss for the period is Euro. The equity per closing day amounts to Euro. The company is continued dependent on external sources of financing for their daily business operations. Financial Risk Management A company usually exposed through its operations to a variety of financial risks: market risk (including currency risk, interest rate risk and price risk), credit risk and liquidity risk. The Board believes that capital includes net debt and equity equivalent equity. The main purpose with the Company manages its cash based on the principle of maintaining good relationship with the Company's lenders and stable solidity to promote the Company's activities and in particular liquidity together with the overall objective of maximizing shareholder value. The Company manages its assets based on the changes happening in the market in which the Company operates. In order to maintain or change the structure of equity in order to adapt to the changes that may occur, the Company may change the dividend policy, repurchase shares, issue new shares, corporate bonds or convertible debentures or otherwise adjust the capital structure, the prevailing requirements. The Board supervises the management of these risks to ensure that the Comapny's risk-taking activities are governed by appropriate strategies and processes and that financial risks are identified, estimated and managed properly. Currency The Company operates internationally and is exposed to various currency exposures, primarily with respect to Polish Zloty (PLN) Euro (EUR) and Swedish krona (SEK). Foreign exchange risk arises from future commercial transactions, recognized assets and liabilities and net investments in foreign operations. The Company has elected not currently hedge any of its currency exposure. Interest rate risk Interest rate risk is the risk that changes in market disturbances affect the Company's net interest income and cash flow. Credit risk Credit risk means that a counterpart will not fulfill its obligations under a financial instrument or customer contract, leading to financial loss. The Company is exposed to credit risk from its rental operations including deposits and deposits with banks and financial institutions. Credit risks known handled by requiring that tenants pay in advance. The creditworthiness of the tenant is assessed based on management's initial credit evaluation and public information available at the time of the beginning of the lease. Unpaid rent receivables are continuously monitored. The maximum exposure to credit risk at the reporting date is the carrying value of each class of financial assets. 3
4 Refinancing risk Refinancing risk is the risk that the refinancing of loans more difficult and more expensive. Currently, the Company is working with management to restructure their loans by extending maturities and ensure loan repayment. Liquidity Risk Liquidity risk is the risk of not having sufficient cash and marketable securities to meet the liquidity needs of the business creates. Currently missing the opportunity to meet the current liquidity requirement if not capital is obtained from the owners. From February 2011, the Company is dependent on loans from external parties for its daily operation and if this funding opportunity is terminated, the company does not fulfill its obligations. The Company has as of March 31, 2014 negative equity. The continued existence without the addition of capital and the restructuring of existing loans is not possible. 4
5 INCOME STATEMENT JAN-MAR JAN-MAR JAN-DEC Amounts in Euro Net sales Net sales Other operating income Gross operating income Other external expenses Personnel expenses Operating profit/loss Financial items, net Profit/loss after financial items Tax Net profit/loss for the period Other comprehensive income Total comprehensive income Average number of shares Earnings per share -0,01 0,02-0,02 5
6 BALANCE SHEET Amounts in Euro Financial assets Total fixed assets Current receivables Cash and bank balances Total current assets TOTAL ASSETS Equity Share capital Retained earnings and other reserves Total equity Provisions Accounts payables Interest-bearing liabilities Other current liabilities Accrued expenses and deferred income Total current liabilities TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES Change in equity Amounts in Euro Opening balance Total comprehensive income for the period Closing balance
7 CASH FLOW STATEMENT IN SUMMARY JAN-MAR JAN-MAR JAN-DEC Amounts in Euro Cash flow from operating activities Cash flow from investing activities Cash flow from financing activities Cash flow for the period Cash and cash equivalent at the beginning of the period Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period KEY FIGURES JAN-MAR JAN-MAR JAN-DEC Amounts in Euro Net sales Operating profit/loss Net profit/loss for the period Equity Total assets Equity/assets ratio (%) % % % Debt/Equity ratio Neg. Neg. Neg. Equity per share -1,88-1,82-1,87 Net profit/loss per share -0,01 0,02-0,02 Accounting principles This report has been prepared in accordance with the Annual Accounts Act (1995:1554). The report has been prepared in accordance with the same accounting principles and methods of calculations as the 2013 Annual Report for the parent company This interim report has not yet been reviewed by the auditor. Warsaw, 15 May 2014 THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS If you have any questions, please contact: Reinhold Europe AB (publ) Gamla Brogatan STOCKHOLM Corporate identity number
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