NREP Funds Structure
Locate and detail information related to the internal rate of return (IRR) of Nordic Construction. Explain, in detail, how the NREP structures their funds.
NREP Fund Allocations
- The NREP donates 10% of their profits to charity, including The Human Practice Foundation and The N-Power Fund.
- According to the NREPs 2017 Annual Report, the business brought in 168,219,000 DKK (Danish Kroner) in revenue alone.
- The company spent -12,800,000 DKK on operating activities, but brought in 19,019,000 DKK from investing activities. From investing activities specifically, the company spent -1,792,000 DKK (or 9.42%) on their own property, plants, and equipment.
- The NREP also spent -3,385,000 DKK on financing activities in 2017.
- 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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