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Nu-World Holdings Limited FY 2013 results

  1. 1. NU-WORLD HOLDINGS LIMITED Registration No. 1968/002490/06 (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) JSE share code: NWL ISIN code: ZAE000005070 (“Nu-World” or “the Group” or “the Company”) AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 AUGUST 2013 AND A DIVIDEND DECLARATION CASH GENERATED FROM OPERATIONS R 157,2 MILLION NET ASSET VALUE PER SHARE (CENTS) 3 165,4 CENTS DIVIDEND PER SHARE (CENTS) 59,4 CENTS HEPS (CENTS) 192,8 CENTS GROUP REVENUE FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS R 1 684,1 MILLION (+244.9%) (+3.9%) (+5.1%) (+7.6%) (-1,9%) Year ended 31-Aug 2013 R000 CONDENSED GROUP STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME CONTINUING OPERATIONS Revenue Net operating income Depreciation Interest paid Income before taxation Taxation Income after taxation from continuing operations DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS Loss after taxation from discontinued operations Total net income after taxation Share of associate company income Net profit for the year Other comprehensive income: Exchange differences on translating foreign operations Total comprehensive income for the year Total profit attributable to: Non-controlling interest Equity holders of the company Total comprehensive income attributable to: Non-controlling interest Equity holders of the company Year ended 31-Aug 2012 R000 % change 1 684 064 1 716 071 -1,9% 72 1 7 63 14 48 175 875 225 075 513 562 84 1 11 71 12 59 916 976 582 358 068 290 (12 480) (16 667) 36 082 24 36 106 42 623 28 42 651 5 481 10 774 41 587 53 425 (351) 36 457 36 106 4 256 38 395 42 651 1 877 39 710 41 587 10 511 42 914 53 425 -5,0%
  2. 2. Year ended 31-Aug 2013 R000 Headline earnings reconciliation: Determination of attributable earnings and headline earnings: Net profit attributable to ordinary shareholders Less IAS 16 gains on disposal of plant and equipment Add IAS 38 impairment of intangible assets Total non-controlling interest effects of adjustments Headline earnings OTHER GROUP INFORMATION Dividend – proposed / paid Earnings per share (cents) Headline earnings per share (cents) Dividend per share (cents) Dividend cover Interest cover Shares in issue (total issued) Shares in issue (less treasury shares) Shares in issue – weighted Shares in issue – diluted Operating income from continuing operations as percentage of revenue (Negative debt) / net debt to equity ratio (%) Effective taxation rate (%) – continuing operations Net asset value per share (cents) Intangible assets Goodwill Cost Accumulated amortization and impairment Net carrying amount Intellectual property Cost Accumulated amortization and impairment Net carrying amount Patents and trademarks Cost Accumulated amortization and impairment Net carrying amount Total intangible assets Year ended 31-Aug 2012 R000 36 457 38 395 (20 992) - 29 128 - (3 307) - 41 286 38 395 +7,5% 13 452 170,2 192,8 59,4 2,71 9,7 22 646 465 21 417 695 12 795 179,2 179,2 56,5 3,0 7,2 22 646 465 21 418 695 +5,1% -5,0% +7,6% +5,1% 21 417 695 22 349 195 4,3% 21 420 083 22 350 195 4,9% (16,3)% 8,4% 23,0% 16,9% 3 165,4 3 045,8 47 773 (18 263) 43 484 4 289 29 510 47 773 14 155 (14 155) 13 182 973 - 14 155 31 706 - 31 706 - 61 216 61 928 % change +34,7% 3,9%
  3. 3. SEGMENTAL INFORMATION Year ended 31-Aug 2013 R000 1 362 569 8 859 442 020 258 893 353 502 398 429 2 123 359 41 441 - 56 349 (18 217) 7 496 (12 480) (1 287) 1 550 36 457 Geographical income South Africa – continuing operations South Africa – discontinued operations Offshore subsidiaries Offshore subsidiaries – discontinued operations 1 242 044 - 1 942 957 Geographical revenue South Africa – continuing operations South Africa – discontinued operations Offshore subsidiaries Offshore subsidiaries – discontinued operations Year ended 31-Aug 2012 R000 38 395 % change -8,5% -5,0% Year ended 31-Aug 2013 R000 CONDENSED GROUP STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION ASSETS Non-current assets Fixed assets Intangible assets Financial assets and other investments Deferred taxation Current assets Financial assets Inventory Trade and other receivables Cash equivalents Total assets EQUITY AND LIABILITIES Ordinary shareholders’ funds Minority interests Total shareholders’ funds Current liabilities Bank overdraft Trade and other payables Total equity and liabilities Year ended 31-Aug 2012 R000 32 624 61 216 94 9 563 17 651 61 928 584 6 938 377 289 122 893 459 854 372 182 51 481 318 10 948 706 689 308 085 889 677 956 33 155 711 111 652 371 43 812 696 183 12 166 169 905 893 182 64 725 187 981 948 889
  4. 4. CONDENSED GROUP STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY Balance as at 1 September Total attributable income for the year Dividend paid Capital distribution from share premium Fair value movement Treasury share movement Reserves net of NCI movement Balance as at 31 August Year ended 31-Aug 2013 R000 652 371 36 457 (12 795) 7 003 (83) (4 997) 677 956 Year ended 31-Aug 2012 R000 616 138 38 395 (6 681) 4 519 652 371 CONDENSED GROUP STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS Cash generated from /(utilized by) operating activities Cash generated from /(absorbed by) operations Interest paid Dividend paid Normal tax on companies Cash flows from investing activities Purchase of tangible fixed assets Purchase of intangible assets Proceeds on disposal of fixed assets Proceeds on disposal of assets held for sale Proceeds on disposal of discontinued operations assets Decrease in loan to associate company Proceeds on disposal of financial assets Cash flows from financing activities Decrease in loan to associate company Purchase of treasury shares Net increase / (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year Cash and cash equivalents at end of the year 123 430 157 214 (7 225) (12 795) (13 764) 40 985 (27 225) (31 706) 3 036 45 174 (139 362) (108 (13 (9 (8 (3 (5 511) 224) 161) 466) 078) 874) 114 2 711 - 51 706 431 514 (83) 164 846 (29) - (142 440) (54 640) 87 800 110 206 (54 640) COMMENTARY Corporate information Nu-World is a limited liability company incorporated and domiciled in South Africa with subsidiaries and associates in Lesotho, Australia and Hong Kong. The main business of Nu-World, its subsidiaries, joint ventures and associates is the importing, assembling, marketing and distribution of branded consumer durables including consumer electronics, hi-tech, small electrical appliances, white goods, liquor and furniture. Basis of preparation The audited condensed consolidated Group annual financial statements for the year ended 31 August 2013 have been prepared in accordance with the framework concept and measurement and recognition requirements of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), and information required by IAS34: Interim Financial Reporting, the SAICA Reporting Guides as issued by the Accounting Practices Committee and Financial
  5. 5. Reporting Pronouncements as issued by the Financial Reporting Standards Council, the JSE Limited’s Listings Requirements and the requirements of the Companies Act of South Africa. The accounting policies and their application are consistent, in all material respects, with those detailed in Nu-World’s 2012 annual report. All new and revised standards that became effective during the current period were adopted and did not lead to any significant changes in accounting policies. The annual financial statements were prepared under the supervision of the Financial Director, G R Hindle CA(SA). Auditor’s opinion The independent auditors, Tuffias Sandberg KSi, have issued their unqualified audit opinion on the Group’s annual financial statements and this set of condensed financial statements for the year ended 31 August 2013. The audit was conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing. The directors take full responsibility for the preparation of this condensed report and the financial information has been correctly derived from the Group financial statements and are consistent in all material aspects with the Group financial statements. Their unqualified audit report for this set of condensed financial information and the annual financial statements are available for inspection at the Company’s registered office. Discontinued operations During the year under review, the Group disposed of its Australian investment in Golf & Sports Pty Limited in addition to selling a substantial portion of the assets and liabilities of its Australian subsidiary OO Australasia Pty Limited, incurring a gross loss of R 21,0 million arising from the Groups fair valuing of its goodwill and intellectual property invested in this company. The comparative information relates to the disposal of the local manufacturing division, the discontinuation of the Chinese wholesale operation and the represented comparatives for the sale of the above mentioned Australian subsidiaries. Revenue Loss from operations Depreciation Interest paid Loss before taxation Taxation Loss attributable to outside shareholders Groups share of loss from discontinued operations Year ended 31-Aug 2013 258 893 (11 148) 2 141 1 196 (14 485) 5 407 (7 412) (12 480) Year ended 31-Aug 2012 407 288 (9 688) 3 727 1 642 (15 057) 1 610 (16 667) OPERATING RESULTS Retailers in South Africa, Africa’s biggest economy, are struggling to achieve greater sales growth as consumers curtail spending due to high personal debt levels, unemployment, rising fuel and transport prices, and increased inflationary pressure. Retail sales are subdued indicating that the financial health of consumers is not as robust as in previous years. The number of consumers in SA with impaired credit records has risen significantly. Consumer confidence reached a nine year low in Q1 2013, recovering marginally in Q2 2013. Business confidence edged lower as
  6. 6. labour unrest, fragile economic growth, rising inflation and a weaker Rand have weighed heavily on consumer and business sentiment. At 31 August 2012 the Rand traded at R 8.40 against the USD and weakened to R 10.24 at 31 August 2013. This represents a 21,9% devaluation against the dollar this year. The Rand was the third weakest currency (after the Turkish lira and the Indian rupee) amongst a basket of emerging market currencies as traded against the dollar and tracked by Reuters. Consumer electronics performance started to improve towards the end of the financial year. JVCKENWOOD of Japan has granted the Nu-World Group of companies the rights for JVC visual products in certain territories in Africa, Middle East, CIS and Australasia. The population within these territories is approximately 1.7 billion people, so the potential for growth is substantial. Shipments were executed to the following countries during the year under review - Angola, Algeria, Bahrain, Congo, Georgia, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Libya, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Uganda. Distributors and/or orders received for the following countries – Australia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Iraq, Kenya, Nigeria, New Zealand, Qatar, Rwanda and Tanzania. The finalization of other countries to take place shortly. Consumer electronics under the JVC brand performed particularly well during the year under review. This tier one premium brand has been well received in the African continent, the Middle East and Australia. Small domestic appliances continue to perform well under the Sunbeam brand together with the recently launched premium range, Prima One & Only. Our kettle, urn and mixer range performed particularly well. The extended furniture range, inclusive of bedding, kitchenettes and outdoor furniture showed good growth during the year under review. STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME Group revenue from continuing operations decreased by 1.9% to R 1 684,1 million (August 2012 – R1 716,1 million) due to the struggling economy. Interest paid improved by 37.6% to R 7,2 million (August 2012 - R 11,6 million) due to the lower stock levels and reduced borrowings. Income before taxation from continuing operations decreased by 11.6% to R 63,1 million (August 2012 - R 71,3 million) due to lower margins arising from the weaker Rand. Total attributable income for the year decreased by 5.0% to R 36,5 million (August 2012 – R 38,4 million). Earnings per share – EPS decreased 5.0% to 170.2 cents (August 2012 – 179.2 cents). HEPS increased 7.6% to 192.8 cents (August 2012 – 179.2 cents). Dividend per share increased 5.1% to 59.4 cents (August 2012 – 56.5 cents). Dividend cover increased to 2.75 times. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION The balance sheet remains strong with a negative gearing ratio (debt : equity) of 16.3%. The increase in fixed assets arose primarily from the acquisition of previously leased land and buildings. Inventory levels of R 377,4 million have decreased due to the improved stock turn and working capital management. Stocking levels and ranges are being rationalized and stock turn rates will improve even further going forward. Net asset value per share has increased by 3.9% to 3,165.4 cents (August 2012 – 3,045.8 cents).
  7. 7. Trade and other receivables of R 289,9 million have decreased due to improved debtor collection days and strong debt collection at financial year end. CASH FLOW Cash generated from operating activities amounted to R 157,2 million (2012 : absorbed by operations R 108,5 million) attributed to reduced inventory levels, improved debtor collections and better working capital management. Cash generated, from the drive to improve working capital management further, will be used to reduce short-term borrowings and increase financial investments. CONTINUING OPERATIONS The South African business operations contributed 74% of the group’s continuing operations revenue and 85% of group continuing operations income. Offshore operations account for 26% of turnover and 15% of income. At the beginning of October 2012, the Reserve Bank of Australia cut its benchmark interest rate to 3.25%, the lowest level since 2009, in an effort to support the economy and revive consumer demand. The Australian economic environment remains challenging and competitive. TRANSFORMATION Management has continued to meaningfully extend its initiatives in employment equity, enterprise development and corporate social investment during the period. The Group is committed to a process of further transformation and economic empowerment of its stakeholders, such that an acceptable balance between the operatives and commercial benefits of such a process can be achieved, thereby ensuring the sustainability of the Group in a competitive market sector. BOARD OF DIRECTORS No changes were made to the board of directors during the year under review. CORPORATE ACTIVITIES On 21 January 2013, Nu-World acquired the remaining 49,9% of Palsonic Hong Kong Limited for a nominal amount and changed the name of the company to Nu-World Global Pty Limited. On 24 April 2013, the Group disposed of its 51% investment in Golf & Sports Pty Limited. In addition, it sold a substantial part of the assets and liabilities of its subsidiary OO Australasia Pty Limited for a total consideration of AUD 6,22 million. Subsequently OO Australasia Pty Limited was renamed Nu-World Australia Pty Limited. ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE ASPECTS The Group subscribes to, and applies in, all material aspects with the Code on Corporate Governance Practices and Conduct as contained in the King III Report on Corporate Governance. Nu-World is committed to transparent and integrated reporting in the spirit of King III and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Initiatives include the reduction in energy consumption through ongoing staff awareness programmes, the replacement of equipment with energyefficient units and by installing Power Management System (PMS) devices. These installations will significantly reduce our overall electricity footprint.
  8. 8. Nu-World has introduced community support and corporate social investment. The group focuses our efforts on children’s needs, in particular the handicapped, supports charities and community facilities. SUBSEQUENT EVENTS No events material to the understanding of this report have occurred during the period between 31 August 2013 and the date of this report. DECLARATION OF FINAL DIVIDEND Notice is hereby given that a final gross dividend of 59,4 cents per share (2012: 56,5 cents per share) was declared on 24 October 2013 payable to shareholders recorded in the register of Nu-World at the close of business on the record date appearing below. The salient dates pertaining to the final dividend are as follows: Last date to trade ‘’cum’’ dividend Date trading commences ‘’ex’’ dividend Record date Date of payment Friday, 29 November 2013 Monday, 2 December 2013 Friday, 6 December 2013 Monday, 9 December 2013 Ordinary share certificates may not be dematerialised or rematerialised between Monday, 2 December 2013 and Friday, 6 December 2013, both days inclusive. In determining the dividend withholding tax (DWT) of 15% to withhold in terms of the Income Tax Act for those shareholders who are not exempt from the DWT, the total secondary tax on companies (STC) credits utilized as part of this declaration amount to R 13,452,000.21 and consequently the STC credits utilized per share amount to 59,4 cents per share. Shareholders who are not exempt from the DWT will therefore receive a dividend of 59,4 cents net of DWT. Nu-World has 22 646 465 ordinary shares in issue and its income tax reference number is 9100/085/71/2. Where applicable, dividends in respect of certificated shares will be transferred electronically to shareholders’ bank accounts on the payment date. In the absence of specific mandates, dividend cheques will be posted to shareholders. Ordinary shareholders who hold dematerialised shares will have their accounts at their CSDP or broker credited on Monday, 9 December 2013. ANNUAL REPORT The 2013 Integrated Annual report will be mailed to shareholders prior to the end of November 2013. The annual general meeting will take place at 10h00 on Wednesday, 12 February 2014, at the registered office of the Company. COMPANY OUTLOOK The Company is focusing on increasing volumes as it remains a driver of performance across its operations. The directors are hopeful that the trend of rising impairments and unemployment, slowing income and GDP growth, should begin reversing in 2014.
  9. 9. The Group is continuing to place increased focus on its successful working capital management in an effort to reduce finance costs and strengthen the balance sheet further. The Group is negotiating additional distribution rights of the JVC visual brand for other territories. Countries on other continents are being investigated, analyzed and validated. On behalf of the board of directors J.A. Goldberg Chief Executive Officer 24 October 2013 Administration Registration number 1968/002490/06 (Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa) JSE share code: NWL ISIN code: ZAE000005070 Registered office 35 3rd Street, Wynberg, Sandton 2199 Republic of South Africa Tel +27 (11) 321 2111 Fax +27 (11) 440 9920 Transfer secretaries Computershare Investor Services (Pty) Ltd 70 Marshall Street, Johannesburg 2001 Company secretary B.H. Haikney Auditors Tuffias Sandberg KSi Sponsor Sasfin Capital, (a division of Sasfin Bank Limited) Directors M.S. Goldberg (Executive Chairman), J.A. Goldberg (Chief Executive), G.R. Hindle (Financial Director) Non-executive directors J.M. Judin (Lead) D. Piaray R. Kinross www.nuworld.co.za B.H. Haikney Company Secretary

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