Key figures Dürr Group (IFRS)

Incoming orders 2017

* Asia (ex Japan), Mexico, Brazil, Eastern Europe

Incoming orders 2017

IFRS 9, 15 and 16 implications

  1. IFRS 9 (Financial instruments), first-time application in 2018: The guidance on recognition, measurement, derecognition and hedge-accounting of financial assets and liabilities has been revised. As of the date of first-time adoption (January 1, 2018), there will be a reduction in equity in the mid single-digit millions. We expect this to have only a minor impact on earnings in 2018 and future years.
  2. IFRS 15 (Revenue from contracts with customers), first-time application in 2018: no material impact on assets and earnings. The figures for 2017 will be restated. Revenues will drop by € 2.2 m and EBIT by € 2.6 m in 2017. There will be no changes to net financial status as of December 31, 2017 but equity will drop by € 3.2 m and there will be an increase of € 11.6 m in NWC. Details of the impact can be seen in the PDF attachment. All tables/financial figures for 2017 were adjusted with regard to IFRS 15.
  3. IFRS 16 (Leases), first-time application in 2019: The impact of the new standard is currently being reviewed. At the end of 2017, operating leases were valued at € 89.8 m. Due to the integration of operating leases we expect total assets to increase by at least € 100m. On the equity and liabilities side, financial liabilities will be increased by that amount. Accordingly, net financial status will decline by min. € 100m. Given the acquisition of MEGTEC/Universal in October 2018, further information will follow later but latest in Q1 2019.

Further information can be found on pages 112 to 115 of our 2017 annual report. The application of the new standards does not have any impact on our outlook for 2018.


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