In 2017, the NREP had gross margins of 58.1%, a profit margin of 23.8%, return on assets of 25.2%, a solvency ratio of 30.9%, and a return on equity of 88.3%. These percentages were relatively consistent year on year from 2013 on.
NREP Balance Sheet
In 2017, the NREP held 14,798,564 DKK in land and buildings. The company held another 2,580,958 DKK in fixtures/fittings, tools, and equipment. The NREP also increased the values of their leaseholds via improvements by 243,659 DKK.
Of the total 17,623,181 DKK held in intangible assets (listed above), 83.97% was land and buildings, 14.65% were fixtures/fittings, tools, and equipment, and 1.38% was leasehold improvements.
In terms of the NREPs total property, plant, and equipment financial assets - which amounted to 80,895,200 DKK - 40.44% were investments in associates, 55.21% were other investments, 4.23% were other receivables, and 0.12% were deferred tax assets.
The NREP also held 5,371,557 DKK in development projects in progress.
The NREP had a total of 87,749,103 DKK in short-term debt and 109,671,567 DKK in total liabilities for the year 2017.
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