1 Interim report Sectraa AB (publ) May January 1 (19) SEK million Order bookings Net sales Operating profit (EBIT) Operating margin, % Profit before tax (EBT) Profit margin, % Profit after tax Earnings per share, SEK 1 Cash flow 2 Number of employees 3 Interim report May January : 2 Number One for custom er satisfaction and increased profit for Sectra The quarter / 2012/ Change % The nine / month period 2012/ Change % 122 months Rolling 2012/ Change % ,, Prior too dilution. 2 Operations after changes in working capital. 3 At end of period. CEO S COMMENTS During the quarter, we learned thatt hospitals in the t US had given our medical IT system, Sectra PACS, the top ranking in the industry s foremost customer satisfaction s survey, conducted byy the analyst company KLAS. We are extremely happy and proud to have been named Best in KLAS. Customer satisfaction iss also the single most important factor for long-term success and profitability. Sectra ss profitability target is an operating margin of 15% andd we achieved 12.7% for the nine-month period. For the third consecutivee quarter, a positive profit trend has been recorded. Through internal efficiency enhancement and a focus on favorable transactions with strong margins, we are continuing to approach our profitability target. Sectra assumes a a long-term approach to customer relations in n its operating areas and a growingg portion of the industry s sales are beingg derived fromm multi-year agreements a with customers purchasing medical IT systems and a secure communication solutions as a service. Sectra s financial strength is thus givingg us an increasingly important edge on our competitors and providing a sense of security for our customers. The favorable growthh of our largest business area Imaging IT Solutions was mainly attributable to long-term managed service agreements. Withinn this businesss area, the percentage of sales from new managed service agreements a financed internally by the Group increased to 9% % (3) during the nine-month period. This increasing proportion of internally financedd service agreements has given Sectra a more stable trend at the Group level, since growth and profits from customer projects are distributed evenlyy over the duration of the agreements. In summary, we feel confident in our future prospects, havingg been bolstered by praise from satisfied customers and increased order bookings. Torbjörn Kronander, President and CEO Sectra AB (publ) Teknikringen 20 SE Linköping Tel: +46 (0) VAT Reg. No. SE TELECONFERENCE with President Torbjörn Kronander andd CFO Simoo Pykälistö March 4, at 9:300 a.m. To participate, call: Sweden: UK: US: The presentation will be held in English and cann also be followed online via:
2 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 2 (19) THE PERIOD IN BRIEF Nine-month period The Sectra Group s order bookings amounted to SEK million (566.1), up 16.8% compared with the year-earlier period. Sectra s net sales increased 2.5% to SEK million (568.9). Sectra s operating profit rose 53.3% to SEK 73.9 million (48.2), corresponding to an operating margin of 12.7% (8.5). Cash flow after changes in working capital amounted to SEK million (127.6). Third quarter Order bookings amounted to SEK million (232.9), up 10.1% compared with the year-earlier period. Net sales increased 2.1% to SEK million (205.2). Operating profit rose 45.0% to SEK 30.6 million (21.1), corresponding to an operating margin of 14.6% (10.3). Events during the quarter US healthcare providers awarded Sectra s system for managing and archiving radiology images, Sectra PACS, the top ranking in the category Acute care PACS in the Best in KLAS: Software and Services customer satisfaction survey performed by KLAS. King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Saudi Arabia, one of the most renowned hospitals in both the country and the region, ordered Sectra s IT system for the management of medical images. Sectra brought its visualization table for medical education to the US through a partnership with the US company Touch of Life Technologies. EU approval was obtained for Panthon 3, Sectra s smartphone app for secure calls and text messaging. OUTLOOK The world needs more efficient healthcare and more reliable communications. Both of these markets offer considerable scope for expansion. Sectra plays a key role in satisfying these needs by offering products and services in the areas of medical IT and secure communications. Imaging IT Solutions accounts for 80% of the Group s sales There is a growing need for greater efficiency in healthcare in order to provide care for more patients, due to the demographic trend of an aging population that is living longer while birth rates are declining. Sectra develops and sells systems and services for medical diagnostic imaging, which help to develop the healthcare sector while making it more efficient. Society also needs to improve the care provided to patients with age-related diseases. Sectra has several products and services that can contribute to more efficient healthcare and treatment of some of the most costly age-related diseases. In terms of security, government agencies, defense organizations and the private sector are increasingly being exposed to security risks and eavesdropping attempts. Heightened awareness of eavesdropping may contribute to greater interest in the type of security products offered by Sectra. Sectra is trusted to deliver products that protect classified information at the very highest levels and our encrypted products are approved by the EU, NATO and several national security agencies.
3 Interim report Sectraa AB (publ) May January 3 (19) GROUP Order bookings, sales and earnings Order bookings, Group Sales, Group Operating profit, Group Net sales per geographic market Sweden Rest of Europe US UK Rest of world Sales per segment Imagingg IT Solutions Secure Communications Business Innovation Other operations Group eliminations 12/ 13 13/144 Results in SEK million excluding non-recurring items bars per p quarter Line and circle rolling 12 months Nine-month period The Group s order bookings amounted to SEK million,, up 16.8% compared with the year-earlier period. While this increase was primarily p attributable to Sectra s largest businesss area, Imaging IT Solutions, Secure Communicationss also reported growth. The operations in Scandinavia and the UK accountedd for the largest increases in order bookings during the period. This was in line with Sectra s strategy of focusing primarily on growth in countries where the company has an a existing market presencee and through partnerss in selected growth markets. Net sales increased 2.5% to SEK million. The Group s operating profit rose 53.3% to SEK 73.9 million, corresponding to an operating margin off 12.7% (8.5). The Secure Communications business area reduced its fixedd operating expenses following the restructuring that tookk place at the end of the preceding fiscal year, but continued to feel the impact of delays by its main Swedish customer. The Group s net financial items rose to SEK million (neg: 2.9). Exchange-rate changess had a positive impact of SEK 4.9 million (neg: 5.8) on the Group ss financial items. Profit before tax amounted to SEK 85.4 million m (45.4),, corresponding to a profit margin of 14.6% (8.0). Third quarter The Group s order bookings amounted to SEK million,, up 10.1% year-on-year. Both Imaging IT Solutions and Secure Communications reported increased order bookings compared with the year-earlier period.
4 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 4 (19) Net sales rose 2.1% to SEK million. This increase was primarily attributable to the UK and the Netherlands. The Group s operating profit rose 45.0% to SEK 30.6 million, corresponding to an operating margin of 14.6% (10.3). The earnings improvement was mainly due to greater efficiency in the Imaging IT Solutions business area. Net financial items amounted to SEK 7.7 million (expense: 0.8). Exchange-rate changes had a positive impact of SEK 3.9 million (neg: 2.6) on the Group s financial items. Profit before tax amounted to SEK 38.3 million (20.3), corresponding to a profit margin of 18.3% (9.9). Seasonal variations Sectra is affected by seasonal variations, whereby most invoicing and earnings are traditionally generated at the end of the fiscal year. However, seasonal variations have fallen slightly in recent years due to an increasing proportion of sales being generated by long-term agreements with payment per month or per use. The varying order volumes in terms of individual quarters can be substantial, since Sectra has many major customers that sign extensive, long-term agreements with the company for medical IT projects, for example, or the development of encryption systems. Financial position Sectra has a strong cash balance and balance sheet. At the end of the period, the equity/assets ratio was 57.9% and liquidity amounted to a multiple of 2.5. After adjustment for exchange-rate differences, the Group s cash and cash equivalents amounted to SEK million. At the close of the period, the Group s interest-bearing liabilities amounted to SEK 43.5 million and pertained to convertible debentures from employees and Board members. The Group s cash flow from operations after changes in working capital amounted to SEK million (127.6) for the period. The completion date for customer projects has a major impact on cash flow and the variation between individual quarters is substantial. Cash flow from investing activities amounted to negative SEK 32.8 million (neg: 58.1) for the period. The comparative figure for the period includes negative SEK 46.8 million for the acquisition of the Burnbank companies in the UK. Cash flow from financing activities amounted to negative SEK million (neg: 182.7). During the period, Sectra distributed SEK million (185.5) to shareholders through a redemption program. The Group s total cash flow for the period amounted to negative SEK 85.7 million (neg: 113.2). Investments and depreciation/amortization Group investments during the period amounted to SEK 32.8 million (58.1), of which SEK 3.2 million (4.3) was attributable to the third quarter. Investments pertained primarily to customer projects in the Group s financing activities and capitalized development costs. The comparative figure for the period includes the acquisition of the Burnbank companies. Depreciation/amortization during the period amounted to SEK 34.2 million (34.9), of which SEK 11.9 million (12.6) was attributable to the third quarter. Of the total depreciation/amortization for the period, SEK 13.4 million (11.6) was attributable to capitalized development projects. As a result of new, extensive managed service agreements with customers in the healthcare sector, investments in Group-financed customer projects during the period increased to SEK 19.7 million (2.7), of which SEK 3.2 million (0.7) pertained to the third quarter. At the end of the period, the Group s carrying amount for Group-financed customer projects totaled SEK 35.2 million (29.1). During the period, capitalization of development costs increased to SEK 14.1 million (8.1), of which SEK 1.3 million (3.5) was attributable to the third quarter. At the close
5 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 5 (19) of the period, capitalized development costs totaled SEK 53.5 million (52.3) and primarily pertained to development projects in Imaging IT Solutions. Equity/assets ratio 57.9% Operating margin, rolling 12 months 13.4% Average growth for operating profit per share, five-year period 3.8% At the end of the period including nonrecurring item Sectra s financial targets Sectra s Group-wide targets and strategies are aimed at building financially sound operations that provide Sectra with opportunities to create customer value and thereby contribute to long-term growth in shareholder value. In connection with a review of the Group s financial targets during the first quarter of the / fiscal year, the Board of Directors decided to change the growth target and establish priorities for the targets. The new targets are (in order of priority): 1. Stability: The equity/assets ratio must be a minimum of 30% (unchanged) 2. Profitability: The operating margin (EBIT) must be a minimum of 15% (unchanged) 3. Growth: Operating profit (EBIT) per share must increase, on average, 10% per year over a five-year period (changed growth target, the previous target was that Sectra s sales would increase, on average, by a minimum of 15% over a seven-year period) Sectra has posted a negative average annual growth in EBIT per share over the past five-year period, but this negative trend was broken two years ago. For the past two years, EBIT per share has grown by more than 8%. This is a result of Sectra s long-term efforts to achieve greater cost-efficiency while increasing the proportion of products with higher margins, such as software licenses. For information about the background to the revision of Sectra s financial targets, see Sectra s 2012/ Annual Report. IMAGING IT SOLUTIONS Nov Nov 2012 Jan May Jan May 2012 Jan Rolling 12 months May April 2012/ Net sales, SEK million Operating profit, SEK million Operating margin, % Number of employees at end of period Sales and earnings Imaging IT Solutions sales for the period increased 11.8% to SEK million. Operating profit rose 82.2% to SEK million, corresponding to an operating margin of 18.5% (11.3). Higher sales and a more efficient organization contributed to the earnings improvement. Market The market for medical IT systems and services continues to grow due to the major need for systems that enhance efficiency and the increased use of medical images in healthcare. Scandinavia, North America and the UK are Sectra s largest markets. In the domestic market in Scandinavia, Sectra is by far the largest provider of IT systems for efficient and secure communications, and the management of radiology images (PACS) and patient information (RIS). In the US, Sectra has chosen to focus on software sales with strong margins and thus deliberately refrains from hardware sales with lower margins. Although this contributed to a lack of growth in the US operations during the period, the strategy has had a positive impact on the gross margin.
6 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 6 (19) Best in KLAS Sectra receives top ranking from US customers During the third quarter, Sectra was named Best in KLAS for Sectra PACS after US healthcare providers awarded its system for managing and archiving radiology images the top ranking in the category Acute care PACS in the Best in KLAS: Software and Services report compiled by the analyst company KLAS. This category included major hospitals with more than 200 beds. This distinction confirms that Sectra understands the needs of its customers and what they require to ensure that their own customers the units referring patients to radiology clinics are satisfied. It also shows that the products released by Sectra in recent years reflect the requirements of the healthcare industry in terms of efficiency and innovation. Given that healthcare providers in the US and many other countries refer to these types of surveys when purchasing medical systems, this distinction is also significant for Sectra s expansion opportunities in the US and other markets. In many countries, the uncertain prospects for economic growth and extensive austerity programs have dampened growth, particularly in southern Europe. Sectra s long-term assessment is that demand will recover, since the growing need for greater efficiency and lower costs in the healthcare sector will continue. Focus / Growth in regions in which Sectra has an established customer base. Retain existing customers and broaden the product portfolio with systems and services that contribute to further efficiency enhancements for customers. Continued growth in selected growth markets through partners. Success in Saudi Arabia Imaging IT Solutions increased both its order bookings and sales compared with the year-earlier period through several long-term service agreements for IT systems, for example, that contribute to greater efficiency in the healthcare sector. Sales successes during the third quarter pertained primarily to Saudi Arabia, where Sectra conducts sales through various partners, as well as the UK and Scandinavia, where Sectra signed multiyear service and maintenance agreements with several existing customers. The healthcare industry in the Middle East is undergoing a modernization and the area is now an attractive growth region for Sectra. The business area achieved a major success when the renowned King Faisal Hospital & Research Center in Saudi Arabia selected Sectra s IT solution for the management of radiology images and patient information. SECURE COMMUNICATIONS Nov Jan Nov 2012 Jan May Jan May 2012 Jan Rolling 12 months May April 2012/ Net sales, SEK million Operating profit, SEK million Operating margin, % Number of employees at end of period Sluggish performance in Sweden, but more positive in other parts of Europe. Sales and earnings Secure Communications sales for the period amounted to SEK 57.5 million, down 25.6% compared with the corresponding period in the preceding fiscal year. The operation reported a loss of SEK 4.1 million for the period. The business area has reduced its fixed operating expenses by about 10% following the restructuring that took place at the end of the preceding fiscal year, but continues to feel the impact of delays in procurements and
7 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 7 (19) the implementation of planned projects in Sweden. Operating profit was also impacted by delays in major, ongoing product development projects due to changes in Swedish regulatory requirements for the handling of classified information. The scenario is more positive in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe, and Sectra has commenced deliveries of Tiger 7401 and Panthon 3 to both new and existing customers. Market The market is driven by the fact that it is easier than ever to eavesdrop on telecommunications, by changes to various regulatory frameworks for the handling of classified information, and by the growing number of authorities that want to protect their confidential, although not classified, information. Due to greater collaboration between governments in European countries, customer requests for products that support cross-border cooperation have increased. Sectra offers products that are approved by the EU, NATO and several national security agencies. Sweden and the Netherlands comprise Sectra s largest markets for secure communication systems. The major focus on eavesdropping in recent months may, in the future, lead to greater demand for security products from non-us companies. Focus / Restore profit levels. Develop the business area s operations in Sweden and the Netherlands, as well as other countries in which Sectra has an established customer base. Focus on restoring Secure Communications profit levels. The Secure Communications operations were restructured at the end of the preceding fiscal year and are now focused on completing ongoing development projects and obtaining approval from national security agencies and the EU for the new security products Tiger 7401, Panthon 3 and Ternety, in order to commence deliveries. During the third quarter, Sectra s Panton 3 smartphone app received EU approval, which means that EU agencies and officials will receive access to secure telephony and text messaging for communicating classified information up to the EU RESTRICTED security level. Sectra Panthon is delivered as a service and requires no additional investments in infrastructure or maintenance of encryption keys. The app has already been approved for use at the RESTRICTED level by the Netherlands and NATO. BUSINESS INNOVATION Nov Jan Nov 2012 Jan May Jan May 2012 Jan Rolling 12 months May April 2012/ Net sales, SEK million Operating profit, SEK million Operating margin, % Number of employees at end of period Business Innovation includes projects and smaller operations with future potential. This segment includes services and products that contribute to more efficient and effective care for osteoporosis and IT systems for planning and following up orthopaedic surgery and research projects. Sales and earnings Sectra s future projects and smaller business lines are making continuous progress. During the period, sales in Business Innovation rose 39.3% to SEK 17.0 million. The operating segment reported an operating loss of SEK 0.3 million (loss: 7.1).
8 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 8 (19) OTHER OPERATIONS Nov Jan Nov 2012 Jan May Jan May 2012 Jan Rolling 12 months May April 2012/ Net sales, SEK million Operating profit, SEK million Operating margin, % Number of employees at end of period Other operations pertain to Sectra s operations for the financing of customer projects, asset management, and shared functions for administration, Group finances, market communication, IT, regulatory issues and investor relations activities. Increased sales pertaining to internally financed managed service agreements with customers. Sales and earnings During the period, sales from other operations increased 48.4% to SEK 69.9 million. The increase was attributable to Sectra s operations for the financing of customer projects. Other operations reported an operating loss of SEK 3.4 million (loss: 8.6) for the period. THE PARENT COMPANY SECTRA AB The Parent Company includes the head office s functions for Group finances, market communication, IT, regulatory issues and investor relations activities, as well as the Business Innovation operating segment. The Parent Company s income statement and balance sheet are reported on page 17. During the period, sales in the Parent Company amounted to SEK 51.2 million (15.0), of which SEK 16.7 million (5.0) was attributable to the third quarter. Sales increased due to the new organizational structure that was introduced in May, mainly as a result of increased invoicing of internal services. The operating loss for the period was SEK 8.2 million (loss: 13.1), of which a loss of SEK 3.8 million (loss: 6.9) was attributable to the third quarter. Profit after net financial items for the period amounted to SEK 7.0 million (loss: 9.0), of which SEK 2.6 million (loss: 7.4) was attributable to the third quarter. Exchange-rate changes had an impact of SEK 2.5 million (neg: 4.1) on financial items for the period. THE SHARE Sectra s share redemption program During July and August, Sectra carried out a share redemption program, whereby SEK 4.50 per share, a total of SEK million, was distributed to shareholders through a 2:1 share split, combined with a mandatory redemption process and a bonus issue to restore the share capital. Payment was made on August 5,. The Swedish Tax Agency s general recommendation for the declaration of Sectra s redemption shares In Sweden, the redemption of Sectra s redemption shares (designated SECT IL B) is declared as sales of shares on Form K4 for the tax assessment. According to the Swedish Tax Agency s general recommendations, SKV A :18, which was published on October 11,, 92% of the acquisition fee for an original Series A or B share in Sectra AB should be assigned to a remaining share and 8% to the redemption share. For further information and examples, refer to Sectra s website:
9 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 9 (19) Share-related incentive programs In the second quarter, due to Sectra s share redemption program, the Board of Directors resolved on a recalculation of outstanding convertibles and employee stock options. The recalculation means that the financial compensation to the holders of convertibles in relation to the shareholders is reasonable. For dilution effects and current conversion prices after the recalculation, please refer to the information on Sectra s website under the Investors/Sectra share heading. Since this recalculation, Sectra has settled 77,000 employee stock options 2010/, totaling SEK 2.2 million, issued to employees in North America through a cash settlement. The AGM resolved to issue new convertibles to the Group s employees and external Board members. The convertibles were subscribed during the period from September 23 to October 4,. In total, employees and Board members subscribed convertibles at a nominal amount of SEK 16.9 million, corresponding to 224,730 Series B shares. The dilution effect of both convertible programs amounts to 0.6% of the share capital and 0.4% of the votes. The conversion price for convertibles to employees is SEK 74.60, and the duration is November 1, to November 30, Conversion is permitted from November 7 to November 10, The conversion price for convertibles to external Board members is SEK and the duration is November 1, to November 30, Conversion is permitted from November 6 to November 9, The AGM also authorized the Board of Directors to issue not more than 100,000 call options to the Group s employees in North America and to make decisions regarding the issue of not more than 100,000 warrants carrying rights to subscription of not more than 100,000 Series B shares in the company in order to guarantee the performance of option commitments to employees. At the time of publication of this interim report, the Board had not utilized this possibility. Authorization The AGM authorized the Board, for the period until the next AGM, to decide on the new issue of not more than 3,700,000 Series B shares for consideration in the form of cash payment, offsetting of debt or contribution in kind whereby offsetting of debt and contribution in kind may deviate from shareholders preferential rights. If the authorization is fully exercised, the dilution effect will be approximately 10% of the share capital and approximately 6% of the voting rights. The AGM also resolved to authorize the Board, on one or more occasions, during the period until the next AGM, to make decisions on the acquisition and transfer of Series B treasury shares. A condition for the authorization is that the company s holding of treasury shares at no time exceeds 10% of all shares in the company. At the time of publication of this interim report, the Board had not utilized these possibilities. Nomination Committee The AGM resolved to appoint a Nomination Committee comprising four members, of whom the Chairman of the Board and three members are to represent the largest shareholders in the company. The composition of the Nomination Committee is based on known shareholdings in the company as of September 30,. In accordance with the resolution of the AGM, the following Nomination Committee was appointed: Carl-Erik Ridderstråle (Chairman of the Board) Torbjörn Kronander (largest shareholder and CEO) Jan-Olof Brüer (second-largest shareholder and Board member) Ricard Wennerklint (representing IF, the fourth-largest shareholder)
10 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 10 (19) Jan-Olof Brüer, who is the company s second-largest shareholder in terms of votes, has been appointed Chairman of the Nomination Committee. Torbjörn Kronander, the company s largest shareholder in terms of votes, has decided to abstain from the chairmanship due to his role as CEO of Sectra AB. The Nomination Committee s proposals will be presented in the notice of the Annual General Meeting and be available on the company s website. The Nomination Committee will prepare and submit proposals regarding the: Election of, and fees to be paid to, the Chairman of the Board and other Board members Election of, and fees to be paid to, auditors and deputy auditors Resolution on principles governing the composition of the Nomination Committee Chairman of the General Meeting AGM in Linköping September 8, The AGM is scheduled for September 8, in Linköping, Sweden. Shareholders who wish to submit proposals may do so in writing to the Nomination Committee by or by mail to: Sectra AB, Teknikringen 20, SE Linköping, Sweden. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Accounting policies This interim report has been prepared in accordance with IAS 34, Interim Financial Reporting, the Swedish Annual Accounts Act and the Swedish Securities Markets Act. The consolidated accounts were prepared in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and statements from the International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC) as approved by the EU Commission for application within the EU. The accounting policies and calculation methods are unchanged compared with those applied in the 2012/ Annual Report. New policies and amendments that have come into effect as of the / fiscal year have had no material impact on the financial statements. Risks and uncertainties Through its operations, Sectra is exposed to such business risks as dependence on major customers and partners, the effect of exchange rates on pricing in the markets in which the Group is active, and property and liability risks. Sectra is also exposed to various types of financial risks such as currency, interest-rate, credit and liquidity risks. A detailed description of the risks and uncertainties, as well as Sectra s strategies and tactics for minimizing risk exposure and limiting adverse effects, is provided in the Group s Annual Report for the 2012/ fiscal year, Note 31, page 48. No significant events have occurred that would alter the conditions reported therein. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AFTER THE ENG OF THE REPORTING PERIOD The healthcare region in Scandinavia signed a four-year agreement encompassing development, maintenance and support for the customer s region-wide IT solution for managing medical images. The order value amounted to SEK 32 million. The Czech security authorities approved Panthon, Sectra s smartphone app for secure calls and text messaging. Finnish women are to receive support against osteoporosis using the Sectra OneScreen service. The private care provider Suomen Radiologikeskus Oy is to offer women the opportunity to combine mammography screening with an assessment of the risk of future fractures at nine clinics.
11 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 11 (19) FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact Sectra s CEO Torbjörn Kronander, Tel: +46 (0) Presentation of the interim report A teleconference will be held with Torbjörn Kronander, CEO and President of Sectra AB, and Simo Pykälistö, CFO and Executive Vice President of Sectra AB, on March 4, at 9:30 a.m. (CET). The presentation will be held in English. To participate, call one of the following numbers five to ten minutes before the conference begins: Sweden: UK: US: A presentation will be given during the teleconference. The presentation can be followed online via: The presentation will also be available as a PDF about 15 minutes prior to the teleconference via the following link: The recorded presentation will be made available on Sectra s website. Financial calendar Year-end report May 27, Annual General Meeting September 8, in Linköping ASSURANCE The Board of Directors and the President of Sectra AB (publ) hereby assure that the interim report for the period May January provides a true and fair view of the Parent Company s and Group s operations, financial position and earnings and describes the significant risks and uncertainties facing the Parent Company and other companies in the Group. Linköping, March 3, Sectra AB (publ) Torbjörn Kronander Carl-Erik Ridderstråle Erika Söderberg Johnson President and CEO Chairman Board member and Board member Anders Persson Christer Nilsson Jakob Svärdström Board member Board member Board member Jan-Olof Brüer Per Elmhester Fredrik Häll Board member Board member Board member Employee representative Employee representative
12 Interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 12 (19) Auditor s review Introduction We have reviewed the interim report of Sectra AB (publ), corporate registration number , as of January 31, and for the nine-month period then ended. The Board of Directors and the President are responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of this interim financial information in accordance with IAS 34 and the Annual Accounts Act. Our responsibility is to express a conclusion on this interim report based on our review. Scope and focus of review We conducted our review in accordance with the Standard on Review Engagements (SÖG) 2410 Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity. A review of interim financial information consists of making inquiries, primarily of persons responsible for financial and accounting matters, and applying analytical and other review procedures. A review is substantially more limited in scope than an audit conducted in accordance with the International Standards on Auditing (ISA) and other generally accepted auditing practices. The procedures performed in a review do not enable us to obtain a level of assurance that would make us aware of all significant matters that might be identified in an audit. Therefore, the conclusion expressed based on a review does not give the same level of assurance as a conclusion expressed based on an audit. Conclusion Based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that the interim report is not prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with IAS 34 and the Annual Accounts Act for the Group and in accordance with the Annual Accounts Act for the Parent Company. Linköping, March 3, Grant Thornton Sweden AB Peter Bodin Authorized Public Accountant The information in this report is such that Sectra AB (publ) is obligated to disclose in compliance with the Securities and Clearing Operations Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. This information was released to the media for public disclosure on March 4,, at 8:00 a.m. (CET). Sectra AB (publ) Teknikringen 20 SE Linköping Tel: +46 (0) VAT Reg. reg. no. No. SE SE
13 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 13 (19) Consolidated income statements SEK thousands Nov Nov Jan May May Jan 12 months Feb - May-Apr 2012/ Net sales 209, , , , , ,954 Capitalized work for own use 1,297 3,456 14,112 8,076 18,246 12,210 Goods for resale -23,671-25,688-80,809-71, , ,833 Personnel,costs -106, , , , , ,183 Other,external,costs -37,825-42, , , , ,327 Depreciation/amortization -11,948-12,556-34,161-34,890-45,226-45,955 Operating profit 30,591 21,106 73,935 48, ,553 85,866 Net financial items 7, ,509-2,883 15, Profit after net financial 38,261 20,268 85,444 45, ,633 86,554 items Taxes -9,505-2,468-19,729-10,491-33,546-24,308 Earnings for the period 28,756 17,800 65,715 34,874 93,087 62,246 Earnings/loss for the period attributable to: Parent Company owners 28,756 17,800 65,715 34,874 93,087 62,246 Non-controlling interest Earnings per share Before dilution, SEK After dilution, SEK No. of shares Before dilution 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,094,978 After dilution 2) 38,124,018 37,909,395 38,124,018 37,909,395 38,124,018 37,951,746 Average, before dilution 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,094,978 37,038,780 37,094,978 37,052,830 Average, after dilution 2) 38,124,018 37,842,728 38,034,705 37,796,443 38,013,965 37,852,915 1) Dilution of the number of shares is based on the convertible debentures programs issued in 2010/2011 (176,052), 2011/2012 (272,363), 2012/ (155,895) and / (224,730) and on employee stock options issued in 2011/2012 (100,000), and 2012/ (100,000). On full conversion/exercise of convertible debentures and employee stock options, the number of shares will rise by 1,029,040. Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income SEK thousands Nov Nov Jan May May Jan 12 months Feb - May-Apr 2012/ Earnings for the period 28,756 17,800 65,715 34,874 93,087 62,246 Items that will be reclassified to profit and loss Change in translation differences from 3,935-11,067 3,948-13,212 5,969-11,191 translating foreign subsidiaries Total other comprehensive income 3,935-11,067 3,948-13,212 5,969-11,191 for the period Total comprehensive income for the period 32,691 6,733 69,663 21,662 99,056 51,055
14 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 14 (19) Consolidated Balance Sheets SEK thousands Jan 31, Jan 31, Apr 30, Assets Intangible assets 125, , ,157 Tangible assets 53,562 41,133 48,670 Financial assets 1,766 3,628 4,204 Deferred tax assets 14,353 5,753 5,593 Total fixed assets 194, , ,624 Other current assets 341, , ,642 Cash and cash equivalents 443, , ,291 Total current assets 784, , ,933 Total assets 979, ,270 1,083,557 Equity and liabilities Equity (including total comprehensive income for the period) 567, , ,300 Provisions 18,446 22,446 17,575 Deferred tax liabilities 31,832 27,019 27,067 Long-term liabilities 37,397 26,503 26,503 Current liabilities 324, , ,112 Total equity and liabilities 979, ,270 1,083,557 No changes have occurred in pledged assets and contingent liabilities since the 2012/ Annual Report. Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity SEK thousands May - May May - Apr Jan 2012/ Equity at start of period 665, , ,392 Comprehensive income for the period 69,663 21,662 51,055 Share-related payments 1,429 1,063 1,479 Redemption of shares -166, , ,475 Settlement of share-related payments -2,217 10,849 10,849 Equity at the end of the period 567, , ,300 Consolidated Cash-flow Statements SEK thousands May - May May - Apr Jan 2012/ Cash flow from operations before changes in working capital 96,371 88, ,634 Cash flow from operations after changes in working capital 104, , ,216 Investing activities -32,828-58,088-76,206 Financing activities -157, , ,697 Cash flow for the period -85, ,189-67,687 Change in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents, opening balance 536, , ,757 Exchange-rate difference in cash and cash equivalents -7, ,779 Cash and cash equivalents, closing balance 443, , ,291 Unutilized credit facilities 15,000 15,000 15,000
15 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 15 (19) Key figures Jan 31, Jan 31, 12 months Jan 31, Apr 30, Order bookings, SEK M , Operating margin, % Profit margin, % Average number of employees Cash flow per share, SEK Cash flow per share after full dilution, SEK Value added, SEK M P/E ratio, multiple n/a n/a Share price at end of period, SEK Return on equity, % Return on capital employed, % Return on total capital, % Equity/assets ratio, % Liquidity, multiple Equity per share, SEK Equity per share after full dilution, SEK Quarterly consolidated income statement and key figures / 2012/ 2011/2012 SEK Million Q2 Q1 Q4 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q2 1) Net sales Capitalized work for own use Operating expenses Depreciation/amortization Operating profit Net financial items Earnings after net financial items Tax on earnings for the period Earnings for the period from remaining operations Profit/loss from discontinued operations Earnings for the period Order bookings, SEK M Operating margin, % Cash flow per share, SEK Cash flow per share after full dilution, SEK Earnings per share, SEK Return on equity, % Return on capital employed, % Equity/assets ratio, % Cash flow per share, SEK Equity per share, SEK ) Including discontinued operations.
16 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 16 (19) Five-year summary 2012/ 2011/ / / /2009 Order bookings. SEK M Net sales. SEK M Operating profit. SEK M Earnings after net financial items. SEK M Earnings after tax from remaining operations SEK M Operating margin. % Profit margin. % Earnings per share before dilution. SEK Earnings per share after dilution. SEK Dividend per share. SEK Share price at year end. SEK P/E ratio. multiple Including discontinued operations: Earnings for the period. SEK M Return on equity. % Return on capital employed. % Return on total capital. % Equity per share before dilution. SEK Equity per share after dilution. SEK Equity/assets ratio. % OPERATING SEGMENTS Nets sales by segment (MSEK) Nov Nov 2012 Jan May - May Jan 12 months Feb - May - Apr 2012/ Imaging IT Solutions Secure Communications Business Innovation Other operations Eliminations Group total Operating earnings by segment (MSEK) Nov Nov 2012 Jan May - May Jan 12 months Feb - May - Apr 2012/ Imaging IT Solutions Secure Communications Business Innovation Other operations Eliminations Group total Net sales by geography (MSEK) Nov Nov 2012 Jan May - May Jan 12 months Feb - May - Apr 2012/ Sweden US UK Rest of Europe Rest of world Group total Other operations pertain to Sectra s operations for the financing of customer projects, asset management, shared functions for administration, Group finances, market communication, IT, regulatory issues and investor relations activities.
17 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 17 (19) PARENT COMPANY Parent Company Income Statements SEK thousands 12 months Nov Nov 2012 May - May Feb May - Apr Jan Jan / Net sales 16,691 4,969 51,168 14,976 56,398 20,206 Capitalized work for own use Personnel costs -9,941-3,341-30,148-9,038-31,930-10,820 Operating expenses -10,722-8,537-29,199-18,904-31,591-21,296 Depreciation/amortization Operating loss -3,806-6,948-8,190-13,111-7,155-12,076 Net financial items 6, ,153 4,093 85,227 74,167 Profit after net financial items 2,644-7,425 6,963-9,018 78,072 62,091 Appropriations ,975-1,975 Profit before tax 2,644-7,425 6,963-9,018 76,097 60,116 Tax on earnings for the period ,953-1,601 2,372-20,097-16,124 Earnings for the period 1,993-5,472 5,362-6,646 56,000 43,992 Parent Company Statement of Comprehensive Income SEK thousands 12 months Nov Nov 2012 May - May Feb May - Apr Jan Jan / Earnings for the period 1,993-5,472 5,362 6,646 56,000 43,992 Other comprehensive income Fund for fair value 728-3,682-1,162-4,947 1,060-2,725 Total other comprehensive income 728-3,682-1,162-4,947 1,060-2,725 for the period Total comprehensive income for the period 2,721-9,154 4,200-11,593 57,060 41,267 Parent Company Balance Sheets SEK thousands Jan 31. Jan 31. Apr 30. Assets Intangible assets Tangible assets 1, Financial assets 77, , ,492 Total fixed assets 79, , ,730 Other current assets 119, , ,667 Cash and cash equivalents 335, , ,712 Total current assets 454, , ,379 Total assets 534, , ,109 Equity and liabilities Equity (including earnings for the period) 354, , ,825 Deferred tax liabilities 112, , ,166 Long-term liabilities 37,397 27,880 26,503 Current liabilities 29,607 24,340 41,615 Total equity and liabilities 534, , ,109
18 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 18 (19) Pledged assets and contingent liabilities SEK thousands Jan 31. Jan 31. Apr 30. Pledged. assets 11,000 11,000 11,000 Total pledged assets 11,000 11,000 Guarantees on behalf of group companies 254, , ,943 Total contingent liabilities 254, , ,943 Definition of key figures Adjusted equity Reported shareholders equity increased by 78% of untaxed reserves. Capital employed Total assets reduced by non-interest-bearing liabilities. Cash flow per share Cash flow divided by the number of shares at the end of the period. Earnings per share Profit/loss after tax divided by the average number of shares. Equity/assets ratio Adjusted equity as a percentage of total assets. Equity per share Adjusted equity divided by the number of shares at the end of the period. Liquidity Current assets divided by current liabilities. P/E ratio per share Share price at the end of the period in relation to the 12-month period s earnings Profit margin Profit after net financial items as a percentage of net sales. Return on equity Profit after tax as a percentage of average adjusted equity. Return on capital employed (ROCE) Profit before tax plus financial expenses as a percentage of average capital employed. Return on total capital Profit after net financial items plus financial expenses as a percentage of average total assets. Value added Operating profit plus labor costs.
19 Nine-month interim report Sectra AB (publ) May January 19 (19) ABOUT SECTRA The world needs more efficient healthcare and more reliable communication. Sectra plays a key role in satisfying these needs by offering products and services in the areas of medical IT and secure communication. Sectra has its roots in research at Linköping University and ties with the research community remain strong. The company has grown from a small group of researchers and postgraduate students in 1978 to an international company with more than 500 employees in 12 countries. The company s success is based on close collaboration with customers, employees dedication to solving customers problems and the ability to develop technological and commercial innovations that can improve everyday life for our customers. The Group s operations currently comprise the following niche areas: Imaging IT Solutions helps healthcare providers care for more patients, while retaining the same, or a higher level of quality though efficient image management. Increased use of medical images and ageing populations that are living longer pose huge challenges to the healthcare sector. Sectra s IT solutions and services enable greater efficiency throughout the entire care chain and contribute to healthcare advancements. Sectra has more than 1,400 installations of medical IT systems, and customers include some of the largest healthcare providers in the world. The main area today is radiology, but there is also rapidly rising interest from other diagnostic imaging areas in the healthcare sector. Secure Communications helps authorities, companies and defense organizations in Europe to communicate securely. Eavesdropping on phone calls and messages is relatively easy, and represents a security threat for many organizations. Sectra s solutions and services protect the most sensitive and confidential information that is handled by customers. The products are approved by the EU, NATO and several national security authorities. Business Innovation in which Sectra gathers smaller operations and future projects which may lead to major growth in Sectra s main areas or related niches. This area includes methods and products that contribute to more efficient and effective care for osteoporosis and the effects of osteoarthritis, which are some of society s most costly diseases. Sectra AB (publ) Teknikringen 20 SE Linköping Tel: +46 (0) VAT Reg. No. SE Sectra s niche areas offer major scope for expansion. Conditions for the company s continued growth are: Established positions in the medical image-based IT and secure communication niches, where trust is a key factor for success. Close and long-term customer relationships, since most the Group s revenues are generated by multi-year agreements. Large customer base that continues to generate new business. Global reach with customers in more than 50 countries, through partnerships and own offices in 12 countries. Sustainable investments in future projects that are currently small, but that hold major international growth potential if they are successful. Loyal and experienced employees who are dedicated and qualified to solve customers challenges. Financial strength that facilitates acquisitions, flexible payment models and investments in research and development that will enable Sectra to generate value for customers and thereby contribute to long-term growth in shareholder value. For further information about Sectra s operations, refer to Sectra s 2012/ Annual Report.
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