Trigon Property Development
Unaudited financial report for the first quarter of 2018
As at 31.03.2018, AS Trigon Property Development owned one development project with an area of 22,39 hectares in the City of Pärnu, Estonia. An industrial and logistics park is planned to be developed on this area. The Company’s objective is to find companies willing to bring their business activities (industry, logistics) to the development project area of AS Trigon Property Development in Pärnu, which would add value to the land plots owned by the Company. The realisation of the value of the land is planned through the selling of land plots or through the development of real estate with the intention of creating a rental income-generating project.
Condensed statement of financial position as of 31 March 2018 delivered by the present announcement completely reflects the assets, liabilities and equity capital of AS Trigon Property Development.
According to the condensed statement of comprehensive income the net loss for first quarter of 2018 of AS Trigon Property Development is -5,490 euros and the earnings per share is -0.00122 EUR.
As of 31 March 2018 the assets of AS Trigon Property Development were 1,814,827 euros. The equity of the company was 1,812,208 euros, corresponding to 99.86 % of the total balance sheet.
Condensed statement of financial position
|Receivables and prepayments||905||9,231|
|Total current assets||23,353||87,337|
|Total non-current assets||1,791,474||1,791,474|
|Payables and prepayments||2,619||61,113|
|Total current liabilities||2,619||61,113|
|Share capital at book value||2,299,020||2,299,020|
|Statutory reserve capital||287,542||287,542|
|TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY||1,814,827||1,878,811|
Condensed statement of comprehensive income
|EUR||I Q 2018||I Q 2017|
|Expenses related to investment property||-2,216||-11,499|
|Administrative and general expenses||-3,275||-14,356|
|Net financial income||1||1|
|NET LOSS FOR THE PERIOD||-5,490||-25,854|
|TOTAL COMPREHENSIVE LOSS||-5,490||-25,854|
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