Migros Ticaret A.Ş Activity Report - PDF

Description
Migros Ticaret A.Ş Activity Report CORPORATE PROFILE Company : Migros Ticaret A.Ş. The Date of Foundation* : Trade Registry Office : İstanbul Trade Registry Office Trade

Please download to get full document.

View again

of 13
All materials on our website are shared by users. If you have any questions about copyright issues, please report us to resolve them. We are always happy to assist you.
Information
Category:

People & Blogs

Publish on:

Views: 19 | Pages: 13

Extension: PDF | Download: 0

Share
Transcript
Migros Ticaret A.Ş Activity Report CORPORATE PROFILE Company : Migros Ticaret A.Ş. The Date of Foundation* : Trade Registry Office : İstanbul Trade Registry Office Trade Registry Number : Tax Administration : Büyük Mükellefler Vergi Dairesi Tax ID : Address : Turgut Özal Caddesi No: Ataşehir - İstanbul Phone : Fax : Corporate Web Site : Capital : TL 178,030,000 Stock Exchange : İstanbul Stock Exchange Listing Year at the Stock Exchange** : 2009 Symbol : MGROS.IS (*): Migros Türk T.A.Ş. and Moonlight Perakendecilik ve Ticaret A.Ş., established in March 19, 2008, were merged on April 30, Moonlight changed its name to Migros Ticaret A.Ş. subsequent to the merger. (**): It is the first listing date of Migros Ticaret A.Ş. to ISE following the merger with Migros Türk T.A.Ş. 2 Migros Ticaret A.Ş. Ownership Structure and Its Subsidiaries as of 31 December 2010 MH Perakendecilik ve Ticaret A.Ş. Migros Ticaret A.Ş % Turkey Bulgaria Kazakhstan Azerbaijan Şok Marketler T.A.Ş. Ramstore Bulgaria EAD Ramstore Kazakhstan LLC Ramstore LLC Sanal Merkez T.A.Ş. Macedonia Kyrgyzstan Ades Gıda San ve Tic. A.Ş. Ramstore Macedonia DOO 99% Ramstore Bishkek LLP Amaç Gıda Tic. ve San. A.Ş. Egeden Gıda Tük. Mal. Tic. ve San. A.Ş. 3 INTRODUCTION: AN ECONOMIC REVIEW AND RETAIL MARKET Turkish economy grew by 8.9% in the first nine months of The confidence index increased by 15.5% to 91.0 between December 2009 and December Many institutions increased their estimations for GDP growth in Turkey for IMF revised its forecast from 6.1% to 7.8% for Main driver of GDP growth is domestic consumption. In food and retail trade, one of the important indicators of domestic consumption, we experienced a slower growth in Q by 7.5% compared to 20.7% and 14% increase in 1Q2010 and 2Q2010 respectively. Food, beverage and tobacco consumption is recovering with 2.4% growth in the first nine months of the year after a flat growth in (in the first 9 months of 2009, the increase was 0.4%) A closer look at the consumer price index (CPI) components reveals that there has been an extraordinary movement particularly in unprocessed food prices. On an annual basis, unprocessed food prices increased by 8.52% as of December versus 5.68% processed food price increase. The sales turnover increase of food and non-food retail slowed down compared to growth we experienced last year. According to Retail Index results of Trade Council of Shopping Centers and Retailers (TCSCR), annual increase in sales turnover is 4% in December In food retail market, annual increase in sales turnover realized at 2%. In non-food retail market, annual increase in sales turnover amounted to 8%. The total sales area rose by 14% on an annual basis in food retail parallel to a %15 increase in non-food retail. 4 SECTION 1: CORPORATE INFORMATION Board of Directors According to the Minutes of Ordinary General Assembly Meeting dated 20 May 2010, Board s and Auditors are shown below. Board of Directors Fevzi Bülent Özaydınlı Antonio Belloni Nicholas Stathopoulos Stefano Ferraresi Cedric Brice Dubourdieu Evren Rıfkı Ünver Ömer Özgür Tort Pedro Miguel Stemper Giovanni Maria Cavallini Sharifa Salim Mohamed Al Busaidy Carlo Francesco Frau Auditors Mustafa Bilgutay Yaşar Yüksel Toparlak Recep Bıyık Chairman / General Manager Auditor Auditor Auditor Also, Stefano Ferraresi and Evren Rıfkı Ünver have been elected as the members of the Audit Committee and Nicholas Stathopoulos, Ömer Özgür Tort, Erkin Yılmaz and Affan Nomak have been elected as the members of Corporate Governance Committee at the Board of Directors Meeting of our company dated 14 June Authorities and Duties of the Board of Directors According to the articles 16 th and 17 th in the Articles of Association of the Company, the Board of Directors have the authority to take any resolutions with the exception of matters that needs the resolution of the General Assembly in accordance with the laws and Company s Articles of Association. Authorities and Duties of the Auditors According to the articles 22 nd and 23 rd in the Articles of Association of the Company, the duties, liabilities and responsibilities of auditors as well as matters pertaining thereto are governed by provisions of the Turkish Commercial Code, provided that clauses of Article 275 of the same Act are binding. A salary or annual remuneration assessed by the General Assembly is paid to each auditor. The shareholding structure of Migros Ticaret A.Ş. The names of shareholders, shareholding amounts and percentages of the shareholders holding more than 10% of the capital of TL 178,030,000 are as follows: As of 31 December 2010; Migros Ticaret A.Ş. Shareholder Share (%) Amount (TL) MH Perakendecilik ve Ticaret A.Ş ,323, Other ,706, Total ,030, Information About the Most Recent Capital Increase No increase was made in the capital during Information on General Assembly Meeting General Assembly Meeting Meeting Minutes and List of Attendees pertaining to Ordinary General Assembly Meeting of our Company dated was disclosed in our corporate web site (www.migroskurumsal.com). In the Ordinary General Assembly Meeting, the statutory and the consolidated financial statements dated , which was prepared in accordance with IFRS, and the other agenda were duly accepted. In the Ordinary General Assembly Meeting, Fevzi Bülent Özaydınlı, Antonio Belloni, Nicholas Stathopoulos, Stefano Ferraresi, Cedric Brice Dubourdieu, Evren Rıfkı Ünver, Ömer Özgür Tort, Pedro Miguel Stemper, Giovanni Maria Cavallini, Sharifa Salim Mohamed Al Busaidy and Carlo Francesco Frau were elected as Board s for 3 years as specified in the Articles of Association. In the Ordinary General Assembly Meeting, Mustafa Bilgutay Yaşar, Yüksel Toparlak and Recep Bıyık have been elected as Auditors for 3 years as specified in the Articles of Association. During the General Assembly Meeting, as per the regulations of the Board of Capital Markets on Independent External Auditing, it was resolved by the Board of Directors that DRT Bağımsız Denetim ve Serbest Muhasebeci Mali Müşavirlik A.Ş. (a member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu International) which was selected for the year 2010 be authorized to act as independent external auditor. Meeting Minutes and List of Attendees pertaining to Ordinary General Meeting of our company dated have been disclosed in our corporate web site (www.migroskurumsal.com) and prior annual reports of our company. Amendments in the Articles of Association During the Period No change was made in the articles of association during The Dividend Policy of Migros As it was submitted to shareholders at the General Assembly Meeting on 20 May 2010; In line with the Company's long-term strategies, investments and financing plans and profitability, the amount of dividend which was determined by the Board of Directors and submitted for the approval of the General Assembly, computed in accordance with the CMB communiqués and regulations, can be distributed in cash or in the form of bonus shares of stock, or some combination of the two. This is the Company's policy for the next three years. Any change in this policy will be publicly disclosed. The Dividend Distribution At the General Assembly Meeting of our company held on 20 May 2010, it was resolved to distribute TL 195,833,000 (TL 31,500, from current year net profit and TL 164,333, from extraordinary reserves, excluding inflation restatement differences) as dividend to the shareholders. It was determined that there is no need to set aside first order legal reserves as the first order legal reserves reached 20% of capital in accordance with Turkish Commercial Code. In addition to TL 195,833,000 dividend payment, it was decided to set aside second order legal reserves amounting to TL 21,759, Dividend distribution of TL 1.10 gross per share (with a dividend ratio of %110) to institutional shareholders resident in Turkey as well as non-resident foreign institutions, and a TL cash dividend (with a dividend ratio of %93.5) net of withholding tax per one share to other shareholders, began on May 28, Dividend can be distributed only to shareholders, who have registered their shares in accordance with the current legislation. Our shareholders whose shares are not monitored within the framework of the regulations on registration system and physically hold their share certificates, should register their shares to be able to receive their dividends. Dividends are paid to the holders of registered and listed shares by the brokerage house. 6 SECTION 2: FINANCIAL INFORMATION Sales (thousand TL) 1 January - 31 December January - 31 December 2009 Domestic sales 6,219,087 5,611,970 Foreign sales 270, ,747 6,489,608 5,847,717 Other sales 9,927 2,073 6,499,535 5,849,790 Less: Discounts and returns (134,411) (138,522) Sales revenue net 6,365,124 5,711,268 The Financial Ratios The financial resources and the risk management policies Loans As from December 31, 2010, the outstanding loans of the Company stands at TL 2,388,383 thousand, out of which TL 61,122 thousand is due within the next 12 months. On August 4, 2009, Migros Ticaret A.Ş. borrowed a total amount of EUR 1,170,235,000 from the consortium of Akbank, İş Bankası, Garanti Bankası and Vakıfbank, to be paid back by May Risk management policies The company s exposure to the fluctuations in foreign exchange rates and interest rates, is mainly due to the foreign exchange denominated loans in its Balance Sheet. Foreign exchange risk from loans and fluctuations in libor rates are continuously monitored and limited by hedging derivative instruments. Risk management is implemented by each subsidiary within the framework of policies decided by the Board of Directors. The significant events that take place from ending of the fiscal period to publication of the respective financial statements In the footnote Events After Balance Sheet Date of the Consolidated Financial Statements, necessary explanations are provided on the matter. The quality and amount of the capital market instruments that have been issued N/A. 7 Financial Statements IFRS Consolidated Income Statement Summary (Thousand TL) 01 Jan. 31 Dec MİGROS TİCARET A.Ş. % 01 Jan Dec Net Sales 6,365, ,711, Cost of sales (-) -4,781, ,277, Gross Profit 1,583, ,433, Operating Expenses -1,357, ,167, Other Income / (Gains) -7, Operating Profit 218, , Financial Income / (Gains) -139, , Income Before Tax 78, , Tax Income / (Expenses) -36, , Income For The Period 42, , Income For The Period-Non-controlling Interest , Income For The Period-Parent Company Shares 42, , % Migros Ticaret A.Ş. IFRS Consolidated Balance Sheet Summary (Thousand TL) Dec. 10 % Dec. 09 % Current Assets 1,745, ,940, Non-current Assets 3,822, ,707, Total Assets 5,567, ,648, Current Liabilities 1,717, ,443, Non-current Liabilities 2,502, ,704, Total Liabilities 4,220, ,147, Parent Company Shareholders Equity 1,346, ,499, Minority Interest Shareholders Equity 1,347, ,500, Total Liabilities and Shareholders Equity 5,567, ,648, Financial Structure and Profitability Ratios FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND LIQUIDITY RATIOS 31 December December 09 Financial Leverage (Total Liabilities / Total Liabilities and Equity) Total Liabilities / Shareholders Equity Financial Liabilities / Total Assets Net Cash Position (Thousand TL) -1,520,372-1,306,652 Current Ratio Liquidity Ratio (Acid-Test) Cash Conversion Cycle (in days)* *It was calculated from average balances. PROFITABILITY RATIOS (%) 31 December December 09 Return On Equity (ROE) Return On Assets (ROA) Gross Profit Margin Operating Profit Margin Income Before Tax Margin Net Income Margin 0,7 1,9 SHARE PERFORMANCE RATIOS 31 Dec Dec. 09 Change % Market Cap (Thousand TL) 5,234,082 3,507, Share Price (TL) Earnings Per Share (EPS) (Kr) Price-earnings Ratio (Annual) SECTION 3: OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES Operating in the food and consumer goods sector. Migros Ticaret A.Ş. is engaged in the retail sale of all types of food products and consumer goods, as well as their wholesale for retail consumption. The Company also operates shopping malls in Turkey and abroad through its subsidiaries. The Company commanded a store network of 1,932 stores in total at the end of December 31, 2010, of these 166 M, 143 MM, 53 MMM, 1,254 Şok, 11 5M, 128 Mini, 91 Midi, 45 Maxi and 11 Macrocenter stores in seven geographical regions throughout Turkey, as well as 3 Ramstores in Azerbaijan, 22 Ramstores in Kazakhstan and 5 Ramstores in Macedonia operated through its associates abroad. During 2010, Migros Ticaret A.Ş. opened 450 new stores.: 50 Migros stores M (24 stores) MM (19 stores) MMM (3 stores) 5M (4 stores) Adana (1) Ağrı (1) Hatay (1) Afyon (1) Ankara (3) Ankara (1) İstanbul (1) Ankara (1) Antalya (1) Antalya (1) Sakarya (1) İstanbul (2) Aydın (1) Bursa (2) Bursa (1) Diyarbakır (1) Hatay (1) İstanbul (6) İstanbul (6) İzmir (2) İzmir (3) Mersin (1) Kocaeli (1) Muğla (2) Muğla (3) Sakarya (2) Ordu (1) Rize (1) Sakarya (1) 26 Tansaş stores Mini (12 stores) Midi (11 stores) Maxi (3 stores) Adana (1) Antalya (2) Antalya (1) Afyon (1) Balıkesir (1) Bartın (1) Ankara (1) Hatay (1) Kütahya (1) Aydın (1) İstanbul (2) Balıkesir (1) İzmir (1) İstanbul (2) Kayseri (2) İzmir (1) Muğla (1) Konya (1) Osmaniye (1) Muğla (1) Sakarya (1) Tokat (1) 2 Macrocenter stores İstanbul (2) 360 Şok stores Adana (3) Elazığ (5) Kütahya (1) Adıyaman (2) Erzincan (1) Malatya (1) Afyon (4) Erzurum (7) Manisa (2) Ağrı (2) Eskişehir (3) Mersin (10) Aksaray (4) Gaziantep (3) Muğla (2) Amasya (2) Giresun (2) Nevşehir (1) Ankara (16) Gümüşhane (3) Niğde (1) Antalya (24) Hatay (5) Ordu (4) Artvin (2) Iğdır (3) Osmaniye (2) Aydın (8) Isparta (3) Rize (4) Balıkesir (12) İstanbul (51) Sakarya (22) Bartın (4) İzmir (14) Samsun (6) Bayburt (1) Kahramanmaraş (1) Sinop (4) Bilecik (1) Karabük (1) Sivas (7) Bingöl (1) Kars (3) Şanlıurfa (1) Bolu (3) Kastamonu (5) Tekirdağ (7) Burdur (2) Kayseri (12) Tokat (4) Bursa (11) Kırıkkale (1) Trabzon (3) Çanakkale (4) Kırklareli (1) Uşak (4) Çankırı (6) Kırşehir (3) Yalova (3) Çorum (2) Kilis (2) Yozgat (4) Denizli (5) Kocaeli (5) Zonguldak (5) Edirne (3) Konya (6) 10 12 Ramstore stores Kazakhstan (10 stores) Macedonia (2 store) Astana (2) Tetova (1) Almaty (4) Skopje (1) Uralsk (1) Aktau (2) Atrau (1) The company s domestic net sales area increased by 17.2% in 2010 to 917,475 sqm on a yearly basis. In 2010, the number of customers increased by 13% compared to the same period of last year reaching a total of 369 million. The sales through Migros Club Card and Money Club Card, which continues to be the largest royalty card program in Turkish retail market, reached 82% of total Migros and 5M sales in Usage level of Money Club Card in the remaining store formats has been increasing significantly, after the launch of the Money Club Card in March 2010 covering all formats. 11 SECTION 4: OTHER ISSUES Information about the acqusition of Migros with Ades, Amaç and Egeden Migros, Ades, Amaç and Egeden s Board of Directors have decided for a merger. The merger shall be realized with the dissolution of Ades, Amaç and Egeden without liquidation, by participating in Migros, and the acquisition of Ades, Amaç and Egeden by Migros as a whole and without tax, together with all its assets and liabilities as in the financial statements dated September 30, 2010, in accordance with the Communiqué of the Capital Markets Board regarding the Principles on Merger Transactions (Serial: I, No: 31), Article 451 of the Turkish Commercial Code that regulates merger by way of acquisition and other relevant articles of the said code, and Articles 19 and 20 of the Corporate Tax Law. In the merger transaction, the merger report was prepared by the expert appointed by Kadıköy 2. Commercial Court of First Instance a determination was made in accordance with Equity Method ( EM ) method. The merger rate is determined as The Company was anticipated the approval of CMB about the merger. The merger will be submitted to the shareholders of the companies for the approval at the General Assembly Meeting to be held at a later date. Information about the shares of Ramstore MMC As it was submitted to shareholders at the material disclosure on February 17, 2011, Our Company decided to sell all its shares of its wholly owned subsidiary Ramstore MMC, operating in Azerbaijan with three stores, to Intersun Holding FZCO, resident in Dubai U.A.E. for a consideration of USD 14,250,000. The share transfer agreement has been signed. The aforementioned acquisition price can be adjusted at the closing date. 12 SECTION 5: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Statement of Compliance with Corporate Governance Principle Migros Ticaret A.Ş., on principle, adheres to Corporate Governance Principles, which were announced by the Capital Markets Board of Turkey (CMB) in The application of the main principles of Corporate Governance, which are fairness, transparency, responsibility and accountability are continuously reviewed, deficiencies are fixed on the way to become an exemplary role model. The Company enriched the contends of its corporate website in order to keep its shareholders better informed about the Company. Migros Corporate Governance Principles Compliance Report can be accessed at the corporate website (www.migroskurumsal.com) in the Investor Relations section, in addition to the annual report. Investor Relations Investor Relations Unit formed under the Finance Department in 2003 not only manages the relations with domestic and foreign investors but also the processes related to General Assembly, capital increases and dividend distribution. Within the same context, all enquiries and transactions of the shareholders regarding capital increases and dividend payments are handled here. In addition, the Investor Relations communicates directly with various institutions including the CMB, İstanbul Stock Exchange (ISE), Central Registry Agency (CRA) and Takasbank (ISE Settlement and Custody Bank Inc) and represents the Company. Keeping records of the Board of Directors meetings and material disclosures to the ISE in compliance with the CMB Communiqué are among the department s other activities. Migros' Investor Relations Department monitors relevant legislation as well as CMB communiqués and informs the senior management about the subjects and issues requiring compliance. The department also responds to the information requests about the Company. By making use of all available communication opportunities (one-on-one meetings, conference participations, meetings, corporate website, phone, , investor bulletins, investor presentations, etc.), the department keeps Migros shareholders and brokerage analysts informed. Investor Relations is responsible for the preparation of the annual report as well as the coordination of Corporate Governance operations and activities. All shareholders requesting information about Migros can submit their queries by sending to All other channels of communication are also available for the shareholders. 13
Related Search
We Need Your Support
Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in our free products and services. We are nonprofit website to share and download documents. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

No, Thanks