Return on equity
Profit for the period/year divided by average shareholders’ equity. In interim reports the return is converted to its annualised value without taking account of seasonal variations.
Return on capital employed
Profit before tax plus interest expenses-, divided by average capital employed. In interim reports, the return is converted to its annualised value without taking account of seasonal variations.
Interest-bearing liabilities divided by the carrying amount of the properties at the end of the period.
Dividend for the year divided by the share price at year-end.
Equity per share
Parent company shareholders’ share of equity according to the balance sheet divided by the number of shares at the end of the period.
Financial occupancy rate
Contract value divided by rental value at the end of the period.
Properties that are being actively managed on an ongoing basis.
Properties in which a conversion or extension is in progress or planned that has a significant impact on the property’s net operating income. Net operating income is affected either directly by the project or by limitations on lettings prior to impending development work.
Contract value plus estimated annual rent for vacant premises after a reasonable general renovation.
Cash flow per share
Profit before tax plus depreciation-, plus/minus unrealised changes in value less current tax, divided by average number of shares.
Stated as an annual value. Index-adjusted basic rent under the rental agreement plus rent supplements.
Land & project properties
Land and developable properties and properties in which a new build/complete redevelopment is in progress.
New lettings during the period less terminations to vacate.
Profit/earnings per share
Parent company shareholders’ share of profit after tax for the period divided by average number of outstanding shares during the period.
Interest coverage ratio
Profit after financial items plus financial expenses and plus/minus unrealised changes in value, divided by financial expenses.
In accordance with IFRS 8, segments are reported as viewed by management, i.e. broken down into two segments: Investment Properties and Development Properties.
Rental income and property expenses as well as realised and unrealised changes in value including tax are directly attributable to properties in each segment (direct income and expenses). In cases where a property changes character during the year, earnings attributable to the property will be allocated to either segment based on the period of time that the property belonged to the segment. Central administration and items in net financial items have been allocated to the segments in a standardised manner based on each segment’s share of the total property value (indirect income and expenses).
The property asset is directly attributable to each segment and is recognised as of the closing date.
Interest-bearing liabilities divided by shareholders’ equity.
Shareholders’ equity (including minority share) divided by total assets.
Total assets less non-interest bearing liabilities and provisions.
Net operating income divided by rental income.