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Thursday, 23 January 2014

Kep Corp: 4Q & FY 2013 REPORT CARD

4Q 2013 Net Profit increased 9% to S$332 million, compared to 4Q 2012's S$305 million.

2. FY 2013 Net Profit decreased 26% to S$1,412 million, compared to FY 2012's S$1,914 million.
(NB: FY 2012 Net Profit included recognition of sale of units at Reflections at Keppel Bay and higher gains from disposals of equity investments.)


3. FY 2013 Earnings per Share was 78.2 cents, down 27% from FY 2012's 106.8 cents.

4. Return on Equity was 14.9%.

5. FY 2013 Economic Value Added decreased from S$1,375 million to S$939 million.

6. Cash inflow was S$642 million.

7. Net gearing was 0.11x.

8. Total distribution of 49.5 cents per share, comprising:
    - Interim cash dividend of 10.0 cents per share
    - Interim dividend in specie of Keppel REIT units equivalent to 9.5 cents per share
    - Proposed final cash dividend of 30.0 cents per share


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

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1 comment:

  1. KEPPEL Corporation on Thursday posted a 17.5 per cent decline in net profit attributable to shareholders to S$1.85 billion for the year ended Dec 31, 2013, from S$2.24 billion a year ago.

    Revenue was down 11.3 per cent to S$12.4 billion from S$13.97 billion last year. Keppel said many jobs started during the year have not reached the stage of revenue recognition resulting in the revenue of Offshore & Marine Division falling by 11 per cent to S$7.12 billion.

    Earnings per share for the quarter rose by 8 per cent to 18.4 Singapore cents.

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