1 Press release first quarter figures 2010 VASTNED RETAIL REALISES DIRECT INVESTMENT RESULT OF 17.1 MILLION IN SPITE OF DIFFICULT LETTING MARKET; VALUE MOVEMENTS IN PROPERTY PORTFOLIO BACK INTO BLACK AFTER SEVEN QUARTERS Reinier van Gerrevink, CEO VastNed Retail: Over the past few months, economic conditions have not fundamentally improved. And this is in fact apparent in our lease renegotiations. The leases totalling 3.7 million that were renegotiated in the first quarter of 2010 were concluded on average at 10% below the previous level. We observed the greatest drops in Spain and France, while rent levels in the Netherlands and Belgium remained relatively stable. Due to the decrease of financial expenses, inter alia due to the share issue and the disposals made in 2009, we were able to raise the direct investment result marginally. The direct investment result per share, however, fell by 7.8%, largely due to the fact that the proceeds of last year s share issue have only been partly used for acquisitions that contribute directly to the direct investment result. The negative value movements of the property portfolio appear to have come to an end. After seven quarters of falling values, the property portfolio showed a limited rise in the first quarter of This improves our balance sheet position and will help us to make further acquisitions. In the first quarter of 2010, we already made acquisitions totalling almost 20 million. (in brackets: first quarter 2009) Direct investment result: 17.1 million ( 16.8 million); Indirect investment result: 4.8 million positive ( 55.5 million negative); Investment result: 21.9 million positive ( 38.7 million negative); Direct investment result per share: 0.94 ( 1.02); Indirect investment result per share: 0.26 positive ( 3.38 negative); Investment result per share: 1.20 positive ( 2.36 negative); Shareholders equity per share as at March 31, 2010: (March 31, 2009: 57.60); Average occupancy rate: 95.6% (97.6%); Occupancy rate at March 31, 2010: 95.2% (December 31, 2009: 95.5%); Solvency as at March 31, 2010: 56.2% (March 31, 2009: 54.3%).
2 Profile VastNed Retail invests in individual retail properties, shopping centres and retail warehouses located in good and top locations in its core countries: the Netherlands, Spain, France and Belgium as well as the growth market Turkey. The value of the investment properties was 1,885.6 million as at March 31, 2010 (March 31, 2009: 1,958.3 million). Investment properties The developments in the area of occupancy rate, rent levels, value movements, investments and disposals in the property portfolio in the first quarter of 2010 were as follows: Occupancy rate The volume of new lettings in the first quarter of 2010 totalled 1.7 million, while departing tenants reduced the rental income by 2.0 million. Of that amount, 1.2 million was attributable to departing tenants in the Spanish portfolio. This led to a marginal decrease of the occupancy rate, which was on average 95.6% in the first quarter of 2010 (97.6%). The occupancy rate at year-end 2009 was 95.2% (year-end 2009: 97.8%). 95,5%. The occupancy rate by country was as follows. Occupancy rate in % Country March 31, 2010 Q Q NL E F B Tr P T Leasing activity The total lease activity was 3.7 million in new or renewed leases. This equalled 2.8% of the theoretical rental income (1.3%). New leases were concluded on average 10.6% below the previous rent level (6.0% below the previous rent level). This figure represents a netting of rent increases and decreases. Rent decreases were concentrated in the Spanish and French portfolios, while the increases were concentrated in the Dutch property portfolio. Taking the lease incentives provided into account, the new leases were concluded at on average 12.9% below the former rent level (1.3% above the former rent level).
3 Total leasing activity Q based on contract rents Country Movement gross rent % Volume as a % of theoretical gross rent NL E (16.4) 2.4 F (23.8) 5.6 B Tr (4.1) 10.4 T (10.6) 2.8 Total leasing activity Q based on effective rent levels Country Movement gross rent % NL 23,9 E (20,9) F (25,4) B (0,8) Tr (4,1) T (12,9) Lease incentives The lease incentives (applying straightlining over the duration of the lease up to the first termination date) rose to 2.1% (1.6%) in the first quarter of IFRS lease incentives (%) Country Q Q NL (0.4) (0.4) E (5.3) (4.0) F (1.6) (1.3) B (2.1) (1.0) Tr - - P - - T (2.1) (1.6) Value movements investment properties The value movements in VastNed Retail s property portfolio due to the appraisals by independent appraisers and internal appraisals showed a total value movement of 6.1 million positive ( 59.8 million negative), which is equal to over 0.3% of the value at year-end The theoretical net yield on the property portfolio was 6.7% at end of March 2010 as opposed to 7.3% a year earlier.
4 Value movements ( million) Country Q Q NL 2.8 (7.1) E (1.7) (31.0) F 2.8 (22.6) B Tr P (0.1) (0.8) T 6.1 (59.8) Value movements and net yields as a percentage of starting values Country Net yield as at March 31, 2010 Value movements Q NL E 7.7 (0.4) F B Tr P 8.7 (0.7) T Acquisitions In the first quarter a currently leased retail property on Istiklal Caddesi in Istanbul was acquired for 19.0 million. The property was taken to properties in pipeline, and will be fully renovated at an estimated cost of approx. 5.0 million. The expected gross rental income after renovation will be approx. 1.6 million per year. Acquisitions Country, city Address Acquisition price ( million) Turkey, Istanbul Istiklal Caddesi Investment properties in pipeline taken into operation In the second quarter of 2010, a property at Onderdoor 4 in Houten will be taken into operation. This is a cinema, which has been leased to Cinelounge for a period of ten years. Disposals In the first quarter of 2010, properties in the Netherlands and France were sold for 2.9 million in total. An overview is presented below.
5 Disposals Country Net proceeds Address city ( million) Netherlands Winterswijk Misterstraat / Tuinstraat France Aulnoye-Aymeries Lille Lille Lille Lille Allée des Grands Chênes 34 Avenue Kuhlmann 187 Place de la Gare 42 (hotel) Rue de Paris 38 (apartment) Rue Léon Thiriez Total 2.9 Investment result VastNed Retail shareholders in the first quarter 2010 The investment result in the first quarter of 2010 was 21.9 million positive ( 38.7 million negative). The investment result comprises the direct investment result, which rose by 1.9% to 17.1 million ( 16.8 million) and the indirect investment result, which rose to 4.8 million positive ( 55.5 million negative). Dilution due to share issue Due to the share issue of September 2009, the issued share capital increased by 10%. The proceeds of the share issue have so far only partly been used for acquisitions that contribute directly to the direct investment result (per share). Composition investment result first quarter 2010 Gross rental income The total gross rental income fell to 31.6 million in the first quarter of 2010 ( 33.1 million). The decrease of the gross rental income was mainly attributable to the disposals made in the Dutch property portfolio in 2009 and to the pressure on the occupancy rates in the Spanish and French portfolios. Gross rental income ( million) Country Q Q NL E F B Tr P T Operating expenses (including ground rents and net service charge expenses) Operating expenses fell from 3.7 million to 3.3 million, or from 11.1% to 10.6% of gross rental income. The decrease was mainly caused by lower allocations to the provision for doubtful debtors. The net financing costs remained virtually unchanged on 0.4 million.
6 Value movements investment properties As stated earlier, the value movements of the investment properties in the first quarter of 2010 were 6.1 million positive ( 59.8 million negative). Net result on investment property disposals The net sales proceeds were 2.9 million. The net result on disposals after deduction of sales costs was 0.2 million positive compared to the appraisal value ( 0.1 million positive). Net financing costs The net financing costs including the value movements of financial derivatives fell to 8.6 million ( 9.1 million). The net interest expenses fell from 8.9 million to 7.6 million due to lower interest-bearing debts and the lower average interest rate of 4.17% (4.35%). The lower average interest rate is mainly the result of the decrease of the short-term market interest rate. Due to the lower market rate, the market value of the interest rate derivatives not designated as full hedges under IFRS also fell by 0.1 million (decrease of 0.2 million). Financial expenses Q Q Interest (* 1 million) Average interest % on loan capital Interest coverage ratio (ICR) General expenses The general expenses decreased from 1.9 million in the first quarter of 2009 to 1.7 million in the first quarter of 2010 due to lower consultancy and audit costs. Income tax payable on the reporting period Income tax decreased from 0.3 million to 0.1 million. Movement deferred tax assets and liabilities The movements in deferred tax assets and liabilities were 0.3 million negative ( 4.5 million positive). Investment result attributable to minority interests The investment result attributable to minority shareholders of 1.9 million ( 1.6 million) consists of the direct and indirect investment results attributable to minority interests of 1.6 million ( 1.5 million) and 0.3 million ( 0.1 million) respectively. Solvency and loan capital financing As at March 31, 2009, VastNed Retail s balance sheet showed a healthy financing structure with a loan-to-value of 39.2% (March 31, 2009: 41.5%) and a solvency, being group equity plus deferred tax liabilities divided by the balance sheet total, of 56.2% (March 31, 2009: 54.3%). With this solvency and an interest coverage ratio of 3.5, VastNed Retail complies with all the loan covenants. Financing contracts are usually concluded with covenants stipulating a minimum solvency of 45% and an interest coverage ratio of between 2.0 and 2.5.
7 Solvency and loan capital Q Q Solvabiliteit 56.2% 54.3% LTV 39.2% 41.5% Duration based on contract expiry dates Duration based on interest review dates As at March 31, 2010, 82.9% of the loan portfolio was long-term with an average duration of 3.5 years based on contract expiry dates. Of the long-term loans, an amount of 17.2 million (already included under short-term loan capital) will expire in In order to limit the interest rate risk, at March 31, 2010, 80.5% of the loan portfolio was fixed-interest with a duration of 4.4 years based on the interest review dates. Breakdown of interest bearing loan capital at March 31, 2010 ( million) Fixed interest Floating interest Total % of total Long-term 577, ,6 82,9 Short-term 17,2 109,3 126,5 17,1 Total 594,9 144,2 739,1 100,0 % of total 80,5 19,5 100,0 Dividend The general meeting of shareholders of April 21, 2010 declared a final dividend of 2.78 per ordinary shares, charged to the freely distributable reserves. This final dividend may be received either fully in cash, or 1.10 in cash and 1 new share per 25 existing shares, charged to the share premium reserve. In this context 230,007 new shares were issued. Developments and outlook The board of management remains cautiously optimistic about Consumer confidence, while admittedly still low, is beginning to rally somewhat in most countries where VastNed Retail operates; this will in time have a positive impact on consumer spending and correspondingly on our tenants sales figures. In the short term, however, solid rent growth as a result of improving sales figures will be limited since the lower sales levels had in many cases not yet been taken into account in the contract rents. Furthermore, we anticipate that the European Central Bank will keep the short-term interest rate relatively low in 2010; in view of its interest policy with a considerable portion of its loan portfolio financed at a floating rate, VastNed Retail will be able to benefit from this in 2010 too.
8 Until the proceeds are fully invested, the share issue of September 2009 will continue to put pressure on the direct investment result per share in In view of the fact that the recovery described above is still fragile and therefore contains a degree of uncertainty, the board of management anticipates a lower direct investment result per share in 2010 than in Rotterdam, May 12, 2010 Further information: Arnaud du Pont Today at 10 am webcast will be held in which further comments will be made on the first quarter figures of This meeting can be followed on Future looking statements This press release contains a number of forward-looking statements. These statements are based on current expectations, estimates and prognoses of the board of management and on the information currently available to the company. The statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties which are hard to evaluate, such as the general economic conditions, interest rates and amendments to statutory laws and regulations. The board of management of VastNed Retail cannot guarantee that its expectations will materialise. Furthermore, VastNed Retail does not accept any obligation to update the statements made in this press release.
9 KEY FIGURES March 31, December 31, March 31, Results (x 1,000) Gross rental income 31, ,562 33,104 Direct investment result 17,099 68,649 16,784 Indirect investment result 4,844 (130,032) (55,508) Investment result 21,943 (61,383) (38,724) Balance sheet (x 1,000) Investment properties 1,885,550 1,861,401 1,958,307 Equity 1,051,911 1,035,093 1,043,159 Equity VastNed Retail shareholders 954, , ,729 Long-term liabilities 697, , ,273 Solvency in accordance with the banks' definition (in %) Interest coverage ratio Financial occupancy rate (in %) Average number of ordinary shares in issue 18,265,213 17,028,420 16,417,526 Number of ordinary shares in issue (end of period) 18,265,213 18,265,213 16,417,526 Per share ( x 1) Equity VastNed Retail shareholders at beginning of period (including final dividend) Final dividend previous financial year - (2.68) - Equity VastNed Retail shareholders at beginning of period (excluding final dividend) Direct investment result (before costs of offering process) Indirect investment result 0.26 (7.64) (3.38) Investment result 1.20 (3.61) (2.36) Value movements financial derivatives taken directly to equity (0.43) (0.78) (0.83) Translation differences net investments 0.05 (0.01) (0.01) Other movements - (1.05) - Interim dividend - (1.25) - Equity VastNed Retail shareholders at end of period (including final dividend) Share price (end of period) Premium (Discount) (in %) (5.3) (10.9) (47.2)
10 CONSOLIDATED PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT (x 1,000) Net income from investment properties Gross rental income 31,559 33,104 Ground rents paid (141) (152) Net service charge expenses (437) (457) Operating expenses (2,767) (3,051) Net rental income 28,214 29,444 Value movements investment properties in operation 7,040 (57,007) Value movements investment properties under renovation (343) (2,238) Value movements investment properties in pipeline (591) (590) Total value movements investment properties 6,106 (59,835) Net result on disposals of investment properties Total net income from investment properties 34,529 (30,300) Expenditure Financial income Financial expenses (7,754) (8,991) Value movements financial derivatives (957) (240) Net financing costs (8,603) (9,132) General expenses (1,718) (1,931) Total expenditure (10,321) (11,063) Investment result before taxes 24,208 (41,363) Current income tax expense (136) (280) Movement deferred tax assets and liabilities (252) 4,539 (388) 4,259 Investment result after taxes 23,820 (37,104) Investment result attributable to minority interests (1,877) (1,620) Investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 21,943 (38,724) Per share (x 1) Investment result per share attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 1.20 (2.36) Diluted investment result per share attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 1.20 (2.36)
11 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (x 1,000) Investment result 23,820 (37,104) Value movements financial derivatives taken directly to equity (8,803) (16,016) Translation differences net investments 857 (161) Taxes on other comprehensive income 944 2,040 Other comprehensive income (7,002) (14,137) Total comprehensive income 16,818 (51,241) Attributable to: VastNed Retail shareholders 14,970 (52,441) Minority interests 1,848 1,200 16,818 (51,241) Per share (x 1) Total comprehensive income attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 0.82 (3.20)
12 DIRECT AND INDIRECT INVESTMENT RESULT 1 (x 1,000) Direct investment result Gross rental income 31,559 33,104 Ground rents paid (141) (152) Net service charge expenses (437) (457) Operating expenses (2,767) (3,051) Net rental income 28,214 29,444 Financial income Financial expenses (7,754) (8,991) Net financing costs (7,646) (8,892) General expenses (1,718) (1,931) Direct investment result before taxes 18,850 18,621 Current income tax expense (136) (280) Direct investment result after taxes 18,714 18,341 Direct investment result attributable to minority interests (1,615) (1,557) Direct investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 17,099 16,784 Indirect investment result (x 1,000) Value movements investment properties in operation 7,040 (57,007) Value movements investment properties under renovation (343) (2,238) Value movements investment properties in pipeline (591) (590) Total value movements investment properties 6,106 (59,835) Net result on disposals investment properties Value movements financial derivatives (957) (240) Indirect investment result before taxes 5,358 (59,984) Movement deferred tax assets and liabilities (252) 4,539 Indirect investment result after taxes 5,106 (55,445) Indirect investment result attributable to minority interests (262) (63) Indirect investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 4,844 (55,508) Iinvestment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 21,943 (38,724) Per share (x 1) Direct investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders Indirect investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 0.26 (3.38) Investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 1.20 (2.36) '1 This statement contains additional information that is not part of the primary statements and is not required under IFRS.
13 CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET (x 1,000) March 31, December 31, March 31, Assets Investment properties in operation 1,839,271 1,834,252 1,910,962 Investment properties under renovation 3,100 3,100 24,340 Other assets in respect of lease incentives 1,937 1,866 1,979 1,844,308 1,839,218 1,937,281 Investment properties in pipeline 41,242 22,183 21,026 Total investment properties 1,885,550 1,861,401 1,958,307 Tangible fixed assets ,006 Deferred tax assets ,218 Total fixed assets 1,887,444 1,863,302 1,960,531 Debtors and other receivables 14,792 22,474 16,584 Income tax 1,140 2,479 1,711 Cash and cash equivalents 10,160 5,739 4,404 Total current assets 26,092 30,692 22,699 Total assets 1,913,536 1,893,994 1,983,230 Equity and liabilities Capital paid-up and called 91,326 91,326 82,088 Share premium reserve 472, , ,460 Hedging reserve in respect of financial derivatives (38,913) (31,083) (31,420) Translations reserve 754 (103) (85) Other reserves 467, , ,464 Investment result previous financial year attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders (61,383) - (51,054) Investment result attributable to VastNed Retail shareholders 21,943 (61,383) (38,724) Equity VastNed Retail shareholders 954, , ,729 Equity minority interests 97,808 95,960 97,430 Total equity 1,051,911 1,035,093 1,043,159 Deferred tax liabilities 23,257 23,989 33,853 Provisions in respect of employee benefits 594 1, Long-term interest bearing loans 612, , ,031 Financial derivatives 46,833 37,066 36,953 Long-term tax liabilities 5,434 5,434 8,435 Guarantee deposits 8,362 8,281 9,320 Total long-term liabilities 697, , ,273 Payable to banks 109, , ,184 Redemption long-term liabilities 17,170 42,138 35,179 Income tax 3,771 3,813 3,625 Other liabilities and accruals 34,266 36,854 33,810 Total short-term liabilities 164, , ,798 Total equity and liabilities 1,913,536 1,893,994 1,983,230
14 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY (x 1,000) Investment result Hedging attributable reserve in to Equity Capital Share respect of VastNed VastNed Equity paid up and premium financial Translation Other Retail Retail minority Total capital reserve derivatives reserve reserves shareholders shareholders interests equity Balance as at January 1, , ,460 (17,864) ,464 (51,054) 998,170 96,230 1,094,400 Direct investment result 16,784 16,784 1,557 18,341 Indirect investment result (55,508) (55,508) 63 (55,445) Value movements financial derivatives (13,556) (13,556) (420) (13,976) Translation differences net investments (161) (161) (161) Total comprehensive income - - (13,556) (161) - (38,724) (52,441) 1,200 (51,241) Balance as at March 31, , ,460 (31,420) (85) 577,464 (89,778) 945,729 97,430 1,043,159 Balance as at January 1, , ,554 (31,083) (103) 467,822 (61,383) 939,133 95,960 1,035,093 Direct investment result 17,099 17,099 1,615 18,714 Indirect investment result 4,844 4, ,106 Value movements financial derivatives (7,830) (7,830) (29) (7,859) Translation differences net investments Total comprehensive income - - (7,830) ,943 14,970 1,848 16,818 Balance as at March 31, , ,554 (38,913) ,822 (39,440) 954,103 97,808 1,051,911
15 CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENT (x 1,000) Cash flow from operating activities Investment result 23,820 (37,104) Adjustments for: Value movements investment properties (6,106) 59,835 Net result on disposals investment properties (209) (91) Net financing costs 8,603 9,132 Income tax 388 (4,259) Cash flow from operating activities before changes in working capital and provisions 26,496 27,513 Movement current assets 2, Movement short-term liabilities (1,704) 227 Movement provisions (642) (555) 26,230 27,268 Interest paid (on balance) (8,362) (6,795) Income tax paid 1,106 (519) Cash flow from operating activities 18,974 19,954 Cash flow from investment activities Acquisition of investment properties and investments (20,151) (7,746) Disposal of investment properties 9,172 6,560 Cash flow from property (10,979) (1,186) Movement tangible fixed assets 9 70 Cash flow from investment activities (10,970) (1,116) Cash flow from financing activities Dividend paid (12) (4) Interest-bearing loans drawn down 31,987 25,055 Interest-bearing loans redeemed (35,584) (42,574) Cash flow from financing activities (3,609) (17,523) Movement in cash and cash equivalents 4,395 1,315 Cash and cash equivalents as at January 1 5,739 3,089 Translation differences on cash and cash equivalents 26 - Cash and cash equivalents at end of period 10,160 4,404
16 Segment information Operating costs including ground rents paid and net Investment properties Gross rental income service charge expenses Net rental income March 31, Netherlands 706, ,800 12,040 12,655 1,245 1,484 10,795 11,171 Spain 411, ,638 7,390 7, ,011 6,517 6,923 France 403, ,983 6,090 6, ,462 6,089 Belgium 300, ,308 5,356 5, ,836 4,726 Turkey 50,120 20, Portugal 12,441 12, Total 1,885,550 1,958,307 31,559 33,104 3,345 3,660 28,214 29,444 Netherlands 2,833 (7,116) 107 (71) - - 2,940 (7,187) Spain (1,752) (31,039) - - (339) 4,594 (2,091) (26,445) France 2,818 (22,593) ,938 (22,566) Belgium 1,895 1, (1) - 1,910 1,665 Turkey (154) Portugal (92) (799) (87) (700) 6,106 (59,835) (252) 4,539 6,063 (55,205) Of which attributable to third parties (522) (92) (4) (37) - - (526) (129) 5,584 (59,927) (252) 4,539 5,537 (55,334) This interim report has been prepared in accordance with IAS 34 'Interim financial reporting'. For the principles of consolidation, the valuation of assets and liabilities and the determination of the result, reference is made to the 2009 annual accounts. As of January 1, 2010 the revised IFRS 3 Business Combinations and the revised IAS 27 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements have been in force, and have been applied in this report. The revised standards have had no effect on VastNed Retail's equity and investment result. In the preparation of the consolidated financial interim report, the essential judgments used by the board of management in the application of VastNed Retail's principles for financial reporting and the main estimates are identical to the essential judgments and main estimates used in the 2009 annual accounts. The actual results may deviate from these estimates. During 2010 none of the members of the supervisory board and board of management of VastNed Retail had a personal interest in the investments of the company. To the best of VastNed Retail's knowledge, during the reporting period no transactions took place with persons or institutions that may be considered to be parties with direct interests in VastNed Retail. The first quarter figures have not been audited. Value movements investment properties Net result on disposals investment properties Movement in deferred tax assets and liabilities Total
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