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Thursday 17 October 2013

Kep Corp: 3Q & 9M 2013 REPORT CARD

1. 3Q 2013 Net Profit increased 20% to S$403 million, compared to 3Q 2012's S$337 million.

2. 9M 2013 Net Profit decreased 33% to S$1,080 million, compared to 9M 2012's S$1,609 million.

3. 9M 2013's Earnings per Share was 59.8 cents, down 33% from 9M 2012's 89.8 cents.

4. Annualised Return on Equity of 15.4%.

5. 9M 2013 Economic Value Added decreased from S$1,245 million to S$648 million.

6. Cash outflow of S$1,647 million.

7. Net gearing of 0.23x.

Note: The financials exclude revaluation, major impairment and divestments.

Net Margin still stable at 14%

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