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    AkzoNobel Q1 2013 Investor Presentation AkzoNobel Q1 2013 Investor Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • Investor UpdateQ1 2013 resultsKeith NicholsApril 18, 2013
    • AgendaInvestor Update Q1 2013 results1. Q1 2013 highlights2. Operational review3. Financial review4. Conclusion5. Questions2
    • Q1 2013 highlightsInvestor Update Q1 2013 results• Revenue down 7 percent due to weak demand in Europe and divestments• Operating income at €217 million (2012: €236 million) as weaker end markets andproduction issues in Specialty Chemicals value chain impacted results• Cash from operating activities improved €298 million, mainly due to lower pensionpayments• Net income attributable to shareholders €89million (2012: €84 million)• Adjusted EPS €0.51 (2012: €0.65)• Divestment of Decorative Paints North America completed on April 1, 2013• Strategic focus announced in February addresses the need for performance improvementin challenging market conditions* Before incidentals 3
    • Challenging Q1 2013Investor Update Q1 2013 results€ million Q1 2013 %Revenue 3,465 -7Operating income 217 -8Ratio, % Q1 2013 Q1 2012Return on sales 6.3 6.4Moving average return on investment 7.8 9.4IncreaseDecrease-3%-1%-2% -1%-7%Volume Price/Mix Acquisitions/divestmentsExchange rates TotalRevenue development Q1 2013 vs. Q1 20124
    • Weaker demand in Europeacross all Business AreasInvestor Update Q1 2013 results-6-226Decorative Paints Performance Coatings Specialty Chemicals AkzoNobelQuarterly volume development in % year-on-year-1258Decorative Paints Performance Coatings Specialty Chemicals AkzoNobelQuarterly price/mix development in % year-on-year-1% -3% -3%-4%-1% +1% -2% -1%201220135
    • 6Investor Update Q1 2013 results= • Revenue 5 percent downimpacted by currencies, lowervolumes and price/mix• Challenging market conditionsin Europe negatively impactingprice/mix and volumes• Operating income above theprevious year, benefiting fromlower cost and lowerrestructuring charges, butimpacted by weak volumedevelopment in EuropeDecorative PaintsQ1 2013 highlights€ million Q1 2013 %Revenue 925 (5)Operating income 43 72Ratio, % Q1 2013 Q1 2012Return on sales 4.6 2.6Moving average return on investment 2.7 4.4IncreaseDecrease-1% 0%-3%-5%-1%Volume Price/Mix Acquisitions/divestmentsExchange rates TotalRevenue development Q1 2013 vs. Q1 2012
    • 7Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsPerformance CoatingsQ1 2013 highlights€ million Q1 2013 %Revenue 1,331 (3)Operating income 129 2Ratio, % Q1 2013 Q1 2012Return on sales 9.7 9.3Moving average return on investment 21.3 20.4IncreaseDecrease-3%1%0%-1%-3%Volume Price/Mix Acquisitions/divestmentsExchange rates TotalRevenue development Q1 2013 vs. Q1 2012• Revenue down 3 percent,primarily due to volume declinein certain markets• Operating income up 2 percent,return on sales at 9.7 percent(2012: 9.3 percent)• Ongoing focus on cost controland operational efficiencies
    • 8Investor Update Q1 2013 results• Revenue down 11 percent,due to lower volumes and theChemicals Pakistan divestment• Operating income down 29percent to €99 million, due tounfavorable market conditionsand production issues in thevalue chain• Surface Chemistry exited themerchant fatty acids businessin China• Performance improvementprojects are accelerated in allbusinessesSpecialty ChemicalsQ1 2013 highlights€ million Q1 2013 %Revenue 1,244 (11)Operating income 99 (29)Ratio, % Q1 2013 Q1 2012Return on sales 8.0 10.0Moving average return on investment 12.4 16.9IncreaseDecrease-4%-2% -5% 0%-11%Volume Price/Mix Acquisitions/divestmentsExchange rates TotalRevenue development Q1 2013 vs. Q1 2012
    • Summary – Q1 2013 resultsInvestor Update Q1 2013 results€ million Q1 2013 Q1 2012EBITDA 375 410Amortization and depreciation (158) (153)Incidentals 0 (21)Operating income 217 236Net financing expenses (63) (50)Minorities and associates (13) (10)Income tax (45) (66)Discontinued operations (7) (26)Net income attributable to shareholders 89 84Net cash from operating activities (406) (704)Ratio Q1 2013 Q1 2012Adjusted earnings per share (in €) 0.51 0.659
    • Cash flows Q1 2013clearly improved on last yearInvestor Update Q1 2013 results€ million Q1 2013 Q1 2012Profit for the period from continuing operations 112 124Amortization, depreciation and impairments 158 153Change working capital (350) (384)• Pension provisions• Restructuring• Other provisions(236)(21)(22)(555)(4)11Change provisions (279) (548)Other changes (47) (49)Net cash from operating activities (406) (704)Capital expenditures (131) (135)Acquisitions and divestments net of cash acquired (13) 1Changes from borrowings 163 490Dividends (8) (3)Other changes 23 1Cash flows from discontinued operations (87) (71)Total cash flows (459) (421)10
    • Pension deficit falls to €0.6 billionInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsKey pension metrics Q1 2013 Q4 2012Discount rate 3.9% 3.9%Inflation assumptions 2.9% 2.4%28764514183(1,086)(659)((26)(642)Deficit end Q42012Top-ups Increased planassetsDiscount rates Inflation IAS19 change Other Deficit end Q12013DecreaseIncreasePension deficit development during Q1 2013€ million11
    • ConclusionInvestor Update Q1 2013 results• Economic slowdown, particularly in Europe, continues to impact our businesses• Further efficiencies and cost reductions are being delivered in line with the acceleratedPerformance Improvement Program• Focus remains on return on operating income and invested capital, and cash generation• The economic environment remains challenging, and we do not expect an earlyimprovement in the trends that we see in our businesses.• The acceleration of our Performance Improvement Program and the strategic prioritiesannounced in February are the right focus to have in these markets12
    • QuestionsInvestor Update Q1 2013 results
    • Safe Harbor StatementInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsThis presentation contains statements which address such key issues asAkzoNobel’s growth strategy, future financial results, market positions, product development, products inthe pipeline, and product approvals. Such statements should be carefully considered, and it should beunderstood that many factors could cause forecasted and actual results to differ from these statements.These factors include, but are not limited to, price fluctuations, currency fluctuations, developments in rawmaterial and personnel costs, pensions, physical and environmental risks, legal issues, and legislative,fiscal, and other regulatory measures. Stated competitive positions are based on management estimatessupported by information provided by specialized external agencies. For a more comprehensive discussionof the risk factors affecting our business please see our latest Annual Report, a copy of which can be foundon the company’s corporate website www.akzonobel.com.14
    • AppendicesInvestor Update Q1 2013 results
    • AkzoNobel todayInvestor Update Q1 2013 results• Revenue €15.4 billion• 50,610 employees• 44% of revenue from high growth markets• Major producer of Paints, Coatings andSpecialty Chemicals• Leadership positions in many markets* 2012 excluding impairment (€2.1 billion) **New definition including incidentals and after IAS1938%15%47%PerformanceCoatingsDecorativePaintsSpecialtyChemicals48%8%44%37%27%36%Revenue byBusiness AreaOperating income*by Business AreaEBITDA** byBusiness Area5.4%Growth2012 vs. 20115.9%Return on sales(operating income/revenue)10.4%EBITDA/revenue16
    • Leading market positionsdelivering leading performanceAkzoNobel has gone through a significant amount ofstrategic change over the past five yearsToday, the company has• Excellent portfolio of businesses• Good long term growth potential on the basis of end-user segment growth• Strong positions in high growth markets (44% of revenue)• Leadership positions in many markets• Clear leader in sustainability• Track record of delivering sustainable innovations and products• Strong brands, both in consumer and industrial marketsClear focus to deliver on our significant potential• Improved returns and cash flow• Leveraging scale• Simplification and standardization• Continued innovationInvestor Update Q1 2013 results 17
    • 8,914,004812162012 2015Return on sales(Operating income/revenue)%Return on investment(Operating income/average12 months invested capital)%Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsNet debt/EBITDAxNew and realistic 2015 financial targetsfocused on quality of earningsand value creationAssumes sales growth (CAGR) for the period of 4%*2012 excluding impairment (€2.1 billion) and after IAS195,99,0048122012 20151.42,001232012 2015**<18
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsStrategy on a pageStrategic focus areas• Care for the customer• Reduction of productand process complexity• Cash and return oninvestment• Embedded safetyand sustainability• Diverse and inclusivetalent developmentProcesses• Behavior-basedand process safety• Operationalcontrol cycle• Continuousimprovement• Innovation• Procurement• Talent managementActions• Deliver dependably• Grow organically• Innovate• Simplify• Standardize• ContinuouslyimproveEnd-user segmentation• Buildings andInfrastructure• Transportation• Consumer Goods• Industrial19
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 results~43% of revenuesNew Build ProjectsMaintenance, Renovation & RepairBuilding Products & Components~16% of revenuesAutomotive OEM, Parts and AssemblyAutomotive RepairMarine and Air Transport~16% of revenuesConsumer DurablesConsumer Packaged Goods~25% of revenuesNatural Resource and Energy IndustriesProcess Industries20
    • High growth markets are 44% of revenueand their importance will increaseInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsOur goal: Greater than 50% of revenues from high growth markets% of 2012 revenue, excluding Decorative Paints North America38%Mature Europe26%Asia Pacific2%Middle Eastand Africa11%Latin America15%North America8%Emerging Europe 0%3%6%9%UK Eurozone USA LatinAmericaChina DevelopingAsia2013 2014 2015* Source: EIU: GDP year on year growth in local currency at constant pricesThree year GDP growth*21
    • Capital expenditure2012, 100% = €826 million (5.4% of revenue)Capital allocation policy is focused onhigh growth markets and efficiencyInvestor Update Q1 2013 results15%25%58%2%Performance Coatings Decorative PaintsSpecialty Chemicals Other• Capital expenditure will be around 4% of revenuesgoing forward• 40-50% growth relatedBusinessAreaInvestmentproject2012 2013 2014 2015PerformanceCoatingsChinaexpansionDecorativePaintsUKmegaplantDecorativePaintsChinaexpansionSpecialtyChemicalsNingbomultisiteSpecialtyChemicalsFrankfurtmembraneSpecialtyChemicalsBrazilEldoradoSpecialtyChemicalsBrazilSuzanoMajor projects underway and timing of spend22
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 results• ‘Downstream eco-premium solutions’:20% of our revenues by 2020We will increase the revenue from solutionsthat generate direct resource and energy benefitsfor our customers, consumers and users• Reduction of carbon emissions25-30% reduction per ton by 2020 (2012 base)We will reduce our carbon emissions through the value chain• Resource efficiencyAs of 2014 AkzoNobel will report on an innovative new indexmeasuring how we improve resource efficiency across thefull value chain - compared to the value we generateSustainability is business;Business is sustainability23
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsEnd-user segment trends,combined with sustainability,direct our innovation spendEnd-user segmentsSustainabilitySustainability = BusinessBusiness = SustainabilityDirection ofinnovationspend(2.5% of 2012 revenue)24
    • 25Key Features• Excellent drying times - even at low temperaturesand under high humidity conditions• Based on patented catalyst technology• Available as an extremely fast-drying primer and abest-in-class leveling high-gloss top coatCustomer Benefits• Outdoor painting jobs can be carried out between3°C and 30°C, the whole year through• Long-lasting coating due to improved durability• Perfect appearance in whiteness and flowpropertiesGrowth Potential• Initially launched in Netherlands in November2012 – forecast sales volume for the year wasachieved in just two weeks• Extremely attractive offering for the professionalpainter segment• Roll-out to be extended to other premium marketsduring 2013Innovation Pipeline Q1 2013Decorative Paints – Sikkens Rubbol Express LineMO21° / 30°TU13° / 20°WE4° / 12°TH2° / 7°FR0° / 3°A fast-drying trim paint range for all seasons and all weather conditions
    • 26Key Features• Next generation biocidal antifouling, based onpatented Linear Polishing Polymer (LPP)technology• Highly hydrated super-hydrophilic surfaceestablished on immersion• Monomer process chemistry developed incollaboration with AkzoNobel Surface ChemistryCustomer Benefits• Predictable fouling prevention over 60 monthsthrough consistent polishing performance• Reduced vessel drag leading to lower fuelconsumption• Economically & environmentally favorableschemes compared to current silyl acrylatealternative*Growth Potential• Global launch in Feb 2013 with furtherdevelopment underway• Sales predicted to double over three yearsInnovation Pipeline Q1 2013Marine Coatings – Intercept® 8000 LPPTBT SPCMetal Acrylate SPCSilyl Acrylate SPCIntercept 8000 LPPNovel anti-fouling technology with linear performance and reduced environmental impact** Based on an eco-efficiency analysis study
    • 27Key Features• Heat-sealable, high gloss, abrasion-resistantvarnish with excellent water and grease barrierproperties• Base resin made from recycled PET, enabling100% recyclable, re-pulpable and compostablepaper packaging• Replaces fluorocarbon wax barrier coatingsCustomer Benefits• Increased efficiency for customers through fasterprocessing• Improved package performance throughenhanced barrier properties• Reduced environmental impact due to recyclablecharacterGrowth Potential• Serving the total paper packaging value chain incollaboration with AkzoNobel Pulp andPerformance Chemicals• First entry of Packaging Coatings business into €4billion global paper coatings market• Significant growth opportunities in next threeyears identifiedInnovation Pipeline Q1 2013Packaging Coatings - EvCote® barrier coatingMulti-functional solution for paper and paperboard packaging applicationswith reduced environmental footprint
    • Innovation Pipeline Q1 2013Pulp and Performance Chemicals – EcoFill®28A superior high filler technology for fine paper and packagingKey Features• Proprietary, engineered cellulose and chargecontrol polymer binding system for improving paperstrength• Enables 5-10 percent of expensive wood pulp to bereplaced by cheaper mineral fillers withoutcompromising paper qualityCustomer Benefits• Better sustainability – uses fewer trees• Reduced raw material costs• Reduced drying time and lower energyconsumption in paper production• Faster production• Improved product performanceGrowth Potential• Launched in Asia and North America in2012; to be extended to Europe during2013• Potential applications in other segmentswhere different filler types are used• The knowledge is expected to be used formodified chemical systems for other non-filler paper/board grades
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 results2013 Plan• Accelerate delivery of recurring €500 millionEBITDA gain in 2013, which was originallyintended in 2014• Associated cost is estimated at €205 million• Guidance of €500 million remains even thoughNorth America Decorative Paints will bedivested• Added measures includedPerformance Improvement Programto deliver €500 million in 2013,one year earlier than plannedOperationalExcellenceFunctionalExcellenceBusiness UnitAdaptationsKey summary to date• Gains of €250 million,excluding Decorative Paints North America• Costs of €292 million,excluding Decorative Paints North America• Pulled actions and associated costs forward• Added measures (including European DecorativePaints) with additional cost in 2012Performance Improvement Program29
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 results• Product and margin management• Consolidation of RD&I• Logistic and warehouse optimizationOperationalExcellenceFunctionalExcellenceBusiness UnitAdaptations• IT infrastructure simplification• HR shared service model• Finance shared service centers• Organizational redesign of Marine and ProtectiveCoatings, Wood Finishes and Adhesives, and• Pulp and Performance Chemicals• Additional restructuring of Decorative Paints EuropeDuring 2013, we will embedcontinuous improvementin our businessesEmbeddingMoving from project based to continuousimprovement will be core in 201330
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsOur actions in 2012 havesimplified the Business AreasBusiness Area Business UnitsDecorative Paints• Europe• Latin America• AsiaPerformance Coatings• Marine and Protective Coatings• Automotive and Aerospace Coatings• Powder Coatings• Industrial CoatingsSpecialty Chemicals• Functional Chemicals• Industrial Chemicals• Surface Chemistry• Pulp and Performance Chemicals2012 Actions• Completed divestment ofChemicals Pakistan• Reduction of business units• Wood finishes is now part ofIndustrial Coatings• Specialty finishes, previously inIndustrial Coatings, is nowwith Automotive• Announced divestmentof North America Decorative Paints31
    • By end-user segment2011, 100% = €75 billionInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsThe global paints and coatingsmarket is around €75 billionBy market sector2011, 100% = €75 billionDecorativePaints(43%)AutomotiveOEMProtectiveVehicleRefinishPerformanceCoatings(57%)GeneralIndustrialPowderWoodMarineCoilPackagingAerospaceYachtSource: Orr & Boss; management analysisBuildings andInfrastructureTransportationConsumerGoodsIndustrial32
    • AkzoNobel has many leadingmarket positionsInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsNo.1 Position Other key playersDecorativeMultiple regionsoutside NorthAmericaPPG, regional playersNorth America* Sherwin-Williams PPG, regional playersProtective Sherwin-Williams, JotunPowder Axalta, Jotun, regional playersAuto refinish Axalta PPG, AkzoNobelWood Sherwin-Williams, ValsparMarine Jotun, ChugokuCoil PPG, Beckers* AkzoNobel not present with North America divestment to PPG 33
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsBA-level core processes and capabilities• Branding• Distributor, wholesaler, retail management• Understanding and serving professional painters• Consumer inspiration• Quality management, including product portfolio managementRevenue by geographic regionDecorative Paints overview€ million 2012*Revenue 4,297EBITDA 284Operating income 94Return on sales 2.2%Return on investment 3.0%# Employees 17,020Revenue by end-usersub-segment* After the divestment of Decorative Paints North America, excluding impairment (€2.1 billion)Decorative Paints key figures(new definition)49%25%14%8%4% Mature EuropeAsia PacificLatin AmericaEmerging EuropeOther regions84%16% Maintenance,renovation and repairNew build projects34
    • 62%14%24%EuropeLatin AmericaAsiaEnd-usersub-segmentGeographic region Forwardlooking trendsNew buildprojectsEuropeNorth AmericaAsiaLatin AmericaMaintenance,renovation andrepairEuropeNorth AmericaAsiaLatin AmericaInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsDecorative Paints sees limited overallmarket sector growth in the near futureExpected market growth for themarket sectors relevant toAkzoNobel: 3-4%Revenue by Business Unit35
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsEurope• European organization de-layered• Better proximity to customers• Implemented standard processes and mergedERP system to one• Implementing a single business entity• Restructuring cost and benefits for 2013 includedin Performance Improvement Program• Additional costs are expected in 2014; totalrecurring operational benefits of €100 millionwill be realized by end of 2014High growth markets• Additional investment in China• Continuously expanding the franchise networkin China, India, and South East Asia• Stronger focus on Eastern Europe,Middle East and Africa• Expansion of activities in Latin AmericaAfter the divestment of North America,our focus is on adapting Europe,and investing in high growth markets36
    • Decorative Paints strategic directionInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsNoteworthy events 2012• Launched “Let’s Color” brand andcampaign globally• Global campaigns to inspire customers• Expanded store network in China and India• Announcement divestment of DecorativePaints North America• Realigning and restructuring EuropeanbusinessActions going forward• Expand manufacturing capacity inChina and India• Expand market presence inemerging Europe and the Middle East• Complete the divestment of North America• Launch new products for thehigh growth markets• Deliver on the realignment of the EuropeanorganizationExpected 2015 financial outcomes• Organic revenue growth: 5%• Return on sales: 7.5%• Return on investment : 12%37
    • 27%20%30%11%8%4%Mature EuropeNorth AmericaAsia PacificEmergingEuropeLatin AmericaOther regions36%27%23%14%TransportationConsumerGoodsBuildings andInfrastructureIndustrialInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsPerformance Coatings overviewPerformance Coatingskey figures (new definition)Revenue by end-user segment Revenue by geographic region€ million 2012Revenue 5,702EBITDA 673Operating income 542Return on sales 9.5%Return on investment 21.7%# Employees 21,310BA-level core processes and capabilities• Industrial key account management• Technical support and service• Design, color and color matching• Continuous innovation in functionality andease-of-use• Sustainable, safe solutions38
    • End-usersegmentPerformance Coatingsmarket sectors servingthe segmentForward lookingtrendsTransportation Automotive and airMarine transportConsumerGoodsPowder and packagingcoatings, wood andspecialty plastic finishesBuildings andInfrastructureProtective, coil andpowder coatings, woodfinishesIndustrial Protective and powdercoatingsInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsExpected market growth for themarket sectors relevant toAkzoNobel: 4%Performance Coatings sees growth inseveral key market sectors* AkzoNobel has a limited position in Automotive OEM coatings28%23%17%32%Marine andProtectiveCoatingsAutomotive andAerospaceCoatingsPowderCoatingsIndustrialCoatingsRevenue by Business Unit39
    • Performance Coatings strategic directionInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsNoteworthy events 2012• Schramm acquisition integration on track• Opened a new manufacturing facility in Vietnam• Multiple sport stadium contracts forLondon Olympics and Brazil’s future events• McLaren partnership expanded• Realigned organization to four Business Units(from five)• Reorganized Europe for multiple Business Units(Wood, Marine, Automotive)Actions going forward• Complete manufacturing expansion forautomotive refinish in China• Complete Schramm integration• Product and margin management• Continue product line rationalization• Continue ERP consolidationExpected 2015 financial outcomes• Organic revenue growth: 5%• Return on sales: 12%• Return on investment: 25%40
    • Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsSpecialty Chemicals overviewSpecialty Chemicals key figures(new definition)Revenue by end-user segment Revenue by geographic spread€ million 2012Revenue 5,543EBITDA 830Operating income 500Return on sales 9.0%Return on investment 13.6%# Employees 10,75018%6%18%58%Buildings andInfrastructureTransportationConsumerGoodsIndustrial40%21%22%10%4%3% Mature EuropeNorth AmericaAsia PacificLatin AmericaEmerging EuropeOther regionsBA-level core processes and capabilities• Management of integrated value chains• Continuous technological advancement• Engineering and project management• Process safety• Product and margin management• Managing capital intensive businesses and expansions41
    • End -usersegmentSpecialty Chemicalmarket sectors servingthe segmentForwardlooking trendsIndustrial Surface Chemistry,Industrial Chemicals,Functional Chemicals,Pulp and PerformanceConsumerGoodsSurfactants, polymers,chelates, ethylene amines,silica productsBuildings andInfrastructureRedispersable powders,cellulosic derivatives,chlorine, surfactantsTransportation Chlor-alkali, organicperoxides, metal alkylsInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsSpecialty Chemicals sees limited growthin its key market sector positionsExpected market growth for themarket sectors relevant toAkzoNobel: 3%Revenue by Business Unit37%22%20%21%FunctionalChemicalsIndustrial ChemicalsSurface ChemistryPulp andPerformanceChemicals• Key challenges due to capacity surplus in ethylene amines• Significant energy cost differentiation among regions42
    • Specialty Chemicals strategic directionInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsNoteworthy events 2012• Acquired Boxing Oleochemicals, China• Further expansion in Ningbo, China multisite• MCA expansion in Taixing, China• Opened bleaching chemical Island in Braziland further investment in another site• Demerger and sales of Chemicals PakistanActions going forward• Further integrate and grow Boxing• Benefit from capacity expansions in Taixing,Brazil and Germany• Generate growth from new products• Further rationalize and consolidateERP systemsExpected 2015 financial outcomes• Organic revenue growth: 3%• Return on sales: 12%• Return on investment: 15%43
    • 2,29,5 9,07,512,0 12,00481216Decorative Paints Performance Coatings Specialty Chemicals3,021,713,612,025,015,008162432Decorative Paints Performance Coatings Specialty Chemicals5,0 5,03,0048Decorative Paints Performance Coatings Specialty ChemicalsRealistic expected 2015 outcomesInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsReturn onsalesReturn oninvestment20122015Assumption:Revenue growth3 year CAGR%%%Expected Outcomes44
    • Incidentals now included in EBITDA* aspart of ongoing businessInvestor Update Q1 2013 results€ million 2010 2011 2012Restructuring costs (104) (129) (324)Impairment Deco - - (2,106)Results related to major legal,anti-trust and environmental casesResults of acquisitions and divestments 33 10 (45)Other incidental results (19) 2 (9)Total Incidentals as reported (139) (126) (2,520)Restructuring costs - - -Impairment Deco - - (2,106)Results related to major legal,anti-trust and environmental casesResults of acquisitions and divestments 33 10 (30)Other incidental results (16) 2 (14)Total Restated Incidentals (incl IAS 19 impact) (32) 3 (2,170)Total difference (107) (129) (350)Of which IAS 19 impact on incidentals - - 6Remaining difference due to definition change) (107) (129) (344)EBITDAas reported 2,009 1,834 1,901EBITDA adjustment due to new definitions (107) (129) (344)EBITDA adjustment due to IAS 19 impact 13 12 40Restated EBITDA (IAS 19 impact included) 1,915 1,717 1,597(9)(9)(36)(20)(49)(49)* Restated for IAS19 adjustments which impact the other line 45
    • 0%100%Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsProfit and loss breakdown*% of totalVariable costs represent54% of revenueDecorativePaintsPerformanceCoatingsSpecialtyChemicalsAkzoNobelRaw materials, energy and other variable costsFixed production costsSelling, advertising, administration, R&D costsEBIT margin* Rounded percentages• Decorative Paints is more driven bypersonnel costs in the distribution network,while Specialty Chemicals has moreproduction costs• Operating expense growth is primarilydue to wage inflation• The performance improvement programbenefits are equally splitbetween fixed and variable costs46
    • Variable costs analysisInvestor Update Q1 2013 results30%3%7%5%14%3%9%16%7%6%2012 (excluding Decorative North America)* Other variable costs include variable selling costs (e.g. freight) and products for resale ** Other raw materials include cardolite, hylar etc.*** Chemicals and intermediates include caustic soda, acetic acid, tallow, ethylene, ethylene oxide, sulfur, amines etc.Energy & other variable costs*Raw materialsOther raw materials**TitaniumdioxideCoatings’ specialtiesResinsPigmentsAdditivesSolventsPackagingChemicals andintermediates***47
    • Debt duration 4.0 years andno refinancing currently required48Investor Update Q1 2013 resultsDebt maturities*€ million (nominal amounts)Strong liquidity position to support growth• Undrawn revolving credit facility of €1.7 billion (2017) and €0.1 billion (2016)• €1.5 and $3 billion commercial paper programs, backed by the revolving credit facility• Net cash and cash equivalents €1.1 billion*15825622920750390432962013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022€ bonds $ bonds £ bonds* At the end of Q1 2013
    • Pension cash flow guidanceInvestor Update Q1 2013 resultsDefined benefit pension cash top-ups€ million2011 actual 3532012 actual* 3552013 estimated ~3002014 -17 estimated ~330/year2018 estimated ~100• Top-ups relate mainly to the UK• Top-ups are based on prudent actuarialvaluation of liabilities, which differs fromaccounting liability• Actuarial pension deficit of the 2 main UKplans is estimated at €1.5 – 2 billion• Recent actuarial funding reviews on ICI andCPS pension funds in the UK have resultedin reduced top-ups by €485 million over thenext six years• The next triennial reviews will be completedin 2015Defined benefit 110Defined contribution 180Regular contributions€ million 2013 estimated* Excludes one-off cash transfer of €239 million to ICI Pension Fund in the UK being termination of a contingent asset structure. 49
    • DividendsInvestor Update Q1 2013 results• Our dividend policy is to pay a stable to risingdividend each year• An interim and final dividend will be paid incash unless shareholders elect to receive astock dividend20120.331.1220110.331.1220100.321.0820090.301.05Interim dividendFinal dividend50
    • Short term incentives have been alignedwith our prioritiesInvestor Update Q1 2013 results• Financial targets are set based on– Return on investment– Operating income– Operating cash flow• More than 600 executives are affectedby this change• Alignment of prioritiesExecutive short term bonus 2013BonusElementMetric20% Return on investment20% Operating income30% Operating cash flow30% Personal targets – related toperformance improvementplan51