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EQS-News: SUSE S.A.: SUSE’s Robust Revenue Supports High Profitability in Q3

Donnerstag, 22.09.22 07:30
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EQS-News: SUSE S.A. / Key word(s): Quarterly / Interim Statement
SUSE S.A.: SUSE’s Robust Revenue Supports High Profitability in Q3

22.09.2022 / 07:30 CET/CEST
The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.


SUSE’s Robust Revenue Supports High Profitability in Q3

  • SUSE delivered Group ARR of $639.6 million in Q3, up 14%, demonstrating the continued strength of our subscription business
  • Total ACV was $114.4 million, down 4%, down 1% at constant currency
  • Core ACV was down 8%, down 5% at constant currency, as expected and driven by the available renewal pool in Q3, and Emerging ACV was up 21%, up 25% at constant currency
  • Adjusted Revenue growth was 13%, 15% at constant currency, underpinned by continued strength in cloud revenue
  • Adjusted EBITDA margin was 38%, with margins supported by strong cost control
  • Adjusted Unlevered Free Cash Flow was $61.5 million, with Cash Conversion of 94%
  • Change in Deferred Revenue was negative $18.9 million, down from positive $9.8 million in the prior year, driven by higher revenue recognition and lower ACV in the quarter
  • SUSE Rancher, NeuVector and Linux products announced in May and June, highlighting SUSE’s commitment to cloud-native security, landed well with customers and are supporting our order pipeline
  • In September, SUSE announced a new strategic collaboration with AWS including integrated go-to-market activities across sales and marketing, shared channel enablement and training, and dedicated personnel worldwide who will support smoother migration of customers’ SAP landscapes to AWS
  • SUSE reaffirms full year 2022 guidance for Adjusted Revenue and Adjusted EBITDA margin. We now expect Core ACV growth around 10%, Emerging ACV growth around 20% and Adjusted Unlevered Free Cash Flow conversion of over 80% in 2022, prior to FX impacts
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ACV 114.4 119.0 (4)% (1)%   397.6 365.6 9% 12%
ARR (as at April) 639.6 562.3 14%     639.6 562.3 14%  
Adjusted Revenue  171.2 151.0 13% 15%   487.5 421.9 16% 17%
Adjusted EBITDA 65.1 55.2 18% 16%   176.0 164.1 7% 4%
Adjusted EBITDA Margin 38% 37%       36% 39%    
Adjusted Cash EBITDA  46.2 65.0 (29)%     215.2 226.5 (5)%  
Adjusted Cash EBITDA Margin 27% 43%       44% 54%    
Adjusted uFCF 61.5 39.0 58%     143.8 145.4 (1)%  
Cash conversion 94% 71%       82% 89%    

Note: This table contains Alternative Performance Measures as defined in Appendix 4 of this document. The presentation is based on pro forma numbers including Rancher on a coterminous basis in 2021 as if acquired on November 1, 2020. NeuVector is included from November 1, 2021, in all APMs, and no prior year numbers are included, being immaterial to the group.

Constant Currency movement has been provided for ACV, Adjusted Revenue and Adjusted EBITDA. The definition of Constant Currency is included within Appendix 4.

Statutory data for the year-to-date is included in Appendix 1. Reconciliations to IFRS measures are shown in Appendix 2.

Luxembourg – September 22, 2022 – SUSE S.A. (the “Company” or “SUSE”), an independent leader in open source software specializing in Enterprise Linux operating systems, Enterprise Container Management and Edge software solutions, today announced its results for the third quarter of financial year 2022, which ended July 31, 2022.

“We have delivered strong revenue and profitability amid macro-economic and geopolitical uncertainty,” said Melissa Di Donato, CEO of SUSE. “We are working to address the challenges facing our business and have devised a robust plan to develop our Rancher business.”

“We have demonstrated the strength of our business model with our robust revenue and profitability,” said Andy Myers, CFO of SUSE. “I am pleased to confirm our revenue and EBITDA guidance for FY 2022, and while we are seeing short-term impacts on our ACV, I have continued confidence in our ability to capitalize on our market opportunity and in delivery of our medium-term guidance.”
 

Summary KPIs and Adjusted Profit and Loss Account for Q3 2022

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Core  93.2 101.5 (8)% (5)%   326.7 307.4 6% 10%
Emerging 21.2 17.5 21% 25%   70.9 58.2 22% 25%
Total ACV    114.4 119.0 (4)% (1)%   397.6 365.6 9% 12%
                   
ARR - Total (as at April) 639.6 562.3 14%     639.6 562.3 14%  
NRR - Total as % (as at April) 107.6% 110.8% (3)%     107.6% 110.8% (3)%  
                   
Adjusted Revenue by Solution                  
Core 142.9 133.2 7% 8%   407.0 373.2 9% 10%
Emerging 28.3 17.8 59% 60%   80.5 48.7 65% 66%
Total Adjusted Revenue 171.2 151.0 13% 15%   487.5 421.9 16% 17%
Cost of Sales 13.3 11.6 15% 20%   38.2 30.2 26% 31%
Adjusted Gross Profit 157.9 139.4 13% 14%   449.3 391.7 15% 15%
Adjusted Gross Profit Margin 92% 92%       92% 93%    
                   
Sales, Marketing & Operations 45.0 39.0 15% 19%   134.3 106.4 26% 29%
Research & Development 27.1 25.4 7% 10%   81.2 69.8 16% 20%
General & Administrative 20.7 19.8 5% 6%   57.8 51.4 12% 18%
Total Operating Expenses 92.8 84.2 10% 13%   273.3 227.6 20% 24%
                   
Adjusted EBITDA 65.1 55.2 18% 16%   176.0 164.1 7% 4%
Adjusted EBITDA Margin 38% 37%       36% 39%    
Depreciation & Amortization 5.0 4.8 4%     16.3 14.9 9%  
Adjusted EBIT 60.1 50.4 19%     159.7 149.2 7%  
Net Finance Costs 9.1 8.1 12%     30.7 38.1 (19)%  
Adjusted Profit before Tax 51.0 42.3 21%     129.0 111.1 16%  
Notional Tax 14.2 Not Reported       37.2 Not Reported    
Adjusted Earnings 36.8 Not Reported       91.8 Not Reported    
Number of Shares 169.2 Not Meaningful       169.1 Not Meaningful    
Adjusted Earnings Per Share (USD) 0.22 Not Meaningful       0.54 Not Meaningful    

Note: ARR and NRR are reported one quarter in arrears in USD millions at actual FX rates. Operating expenses exclude non-recurring items, as shown in the IFRS operating loss to Adjusted EBITDA reconciliation in Appendix 2. The presentation is based on pro forma numbers including Rancher on a coterminous basis in 2021 as if acquired on November 1, 2020. NeuVector is included from November 1, 2021, in all APMs, and no prior year numbers are included, being immaterial to the group.

Constant Currency movement has been provided for ACV, Adjusted Revenue, Cost of Sales, Adjusted Gross Profit, Opex and Adjusted EBITDA. The definition of Constant Currency is included within Appendix 4.

Adjusted Earnings Per Share is calculated on the basis of the weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue during the period. The number of ordinary shares in issue as at July 31, 2022, was 169,291,648.

In Q2 2022, SUSE updated its ARR methodology. Q2 and Q3 2022 ARR have been reported based on the updated methodology, and Q1 2022 and 2021 were restated based on the new methodology. NRR has also been updated to reflect the new methodology with limited impact on reported figures.

Financial and Business Review

The information in this section is based on the presentation of Alternative Performance Measures as defined in Appendix 4 and has not been audited. Historical data is also based on pro forma figures including Rancher prior to its acquisition by SUSE in November 2020. The Q1 numbers for 2021 include three months for Rancher on a pro forma basis. NeuVector is included in 2022 reporting only; prior year numbers have not been restated on a pro forma basis for NeuVector.

A reconciliation to the IFRS financials is included in Appendix 2. Results are shown using actual exchange rates.

Business Update

SUSE delivered robust revenue and profitability in Q3. Early in the quarter we launched significant enhancements to SUSE Rancher, SUSE NeuVector and SUSE Linux Enterprise, highlighting SUSE’s commitment to cloud-native security. These enhancements were well received by our existing and prospective customers, and they demonstrate SUSE’s continued commitment to delivering innovative, open source subscription software to customers around the world.

Enterprise customers continue to sign multi-year contracts with up-front payment, and this is the basis for our confidence in our plans for long-term, sustainable growth with high profit margins and high cash conversion. In the quarter we signed important deals with new and existing customers, including a large-value SUSE Linux Enterprise renewal with upsell to a Fortune 500 company, capitalizing on our incumbency, and our first SUSE Liberty support sale in India to a prominent banking and payments institution, supplementing an existing SUSE Rancher subscription.

SUSE’s markets are expanding, driven by established global mega trends and supporting demand for our products. This underpins our growth, and we continue to see strong Rancher usage and downloads as a result.

However, the current macro-economic environment continues to particularly impact our Emerging  business with slower purchase decision making for new contracts and some customer project delays. This effect is less marked in our Core business where a smaller proportion of our business is new, given the strong existing subscription base. In our Emerging business, while Rancher renewals remain strong, potential new Rancher customers are more willing to run unsupported with the free version for longer as their focus on costs has intensified. Coupled with higher churn in our work force earlier in the year, these factors have impacted Emerging growth.

We are therefore evolving our Rancher business to capitalize on the significant opportunity presented by our market-leading product, with strong usage in rapidly growing markets. We are introducing, throughout Q4 FY22 and Q1 FY23, additional security certifications and capabilities for paying Rancher customers, to directly serve the evolving needs of enterprises. Furthermore, we have expanded our sales force and are now developing a specialized Rancher sales force. Finally, we are increasing Rancher’s capacity for product development and technical sales support to ensure we can deliver our new capabilities and maintain our market-leading position.

In Q3 2022 we expanded our organization, adding 69 people to our workforce despite a tough hiring environment. Wage inflation continues to be elevated but in line with our expectations accounted for within our guidance. Following elevated churn in our sales force earlier in the year, actions taken by SUSE and the softening hiring market have led to a more stable workforce with lower churn.

In early September we announced a new strategic collaboration with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS) to support smoother migration of customers’ SAP landscapes to AWS. This multi-year agreement is an expansion of our work with AWS and includes integrated go-to-market activities across sales and marketing, shared channel enablement and training, and dedicated personnel worldwide.

The total number of shares issued remains at 169.3 million following the increase earlier in the year, which resulted from the first Restricted Stock Unit vesting in May 2022.

Market and Revenues

Total ACV for Q3 was $114.4 million, down 4% on the prior year, down 1% at constant currency given the impact of foreign currency headwinds, primarily a stronger U.S. dollar.

The decline in total ACV was driven by Core ACV of $93.2 million in Q3, down 8%, 5% at constant currency. This decline was largely as expected and reflects our usual sales cycle, available renewal pool in Q3 2022 and a large retrospective consumption contract in Q3 2021, together with a foreign currency headwind.

Emerging ACV for Q3 was $21.2 million, up 21%, 25% at constant currency, reflecting continued strong Rancher renewals partly offset by lower new business which has been particularly impacted by the current macro-economic environment and by higher churn in our work force earlier in the year.

The LTM ACV continues to grow, up 13%.

Weighted average contract lengths, on an LTM basis, remained stable versus the prior quarter at 20 months.

Adjusted Revenue of $171.2 million was up 13%, 15% at constant currency, comprising $142.9 million in Core and $28.3 million in Emerging.

 

ACV – By Route to Market

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End User 101.9 97.8 4%   335.9 301.2 12%
IHV/Embedded 12.5 21.2 (41)%   61.7 64.4 (4)%
Total ACV 114.4 119.0 (4)%   397.6 365.6 9%

End User ACV, including the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) route-to-market, grew 4% in Q3, driven by continued strong growth in cloud sales across all CSPs.

Independent Hardware Vendors (IHV) and Embedded ACV declined 41% in Q3, driven primarily by a smaller renewal pool in our Embedded route-to-market. Sales to IHVs were also lower versus the prior year, driven by hardware shortages and a shift to selling through other routes, primarily through CSPs.

ACV – By Region

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Europe, Middle East and Africa 41.4 39.9 4%   159.7 160.7 (1)%
North America 53.6 56.8 (6)%   171.5 143.5 20%
Asia Pacific and Japan 10.8 9.0 20%   28.5 26.1 9%
Greater China 4.6 10.0 (54)%   20.8 26.4 (21)%
Latin America 4.0 3.3 21%   17.1 8.9 92%
               
Total ACV 114.4 119.0 (4)%   397.6 365.6 9%

ACV growth in Asia, Pacific and Japan and in Latin America remained strong. ACV declined in North America in Q3, driven primarily by a smaller renewal pool, and in Greater China due to challenging market conditions in the region, with customers prioritizing local service providers.

Growth in sales through CSPs remained strong across all regions excluding Greater China, where sales through CSPs are a small part of our base.

Annual Recurring Revenue and Net Retention Rate

Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) increased from $562.3 million in the prior year to $639.6 million in Q3 2022, representing 14% growth, driven by continued demand for our subscription-based products and services.

Net Retention Rate (NRR) remained strong at 108%, reflecting that customers continue to renew their subscriptions with SUSE and are willing to pay a higher price or purchase a more-expansive product selection.

Both metrics include NeuVector’s contribution since acquisition in October 2021.

ARR and NRR are reported three months in arrears as a significant portion of the revenues are invoiced retrospectively.

Costs

SUSE’s Adjusted Gross Profit margin was 92% in Q3, in line with the prior year.

Sales, Marketing and Operations costs increased by 15% to $45.0 million in Q3, driven by continued investments in sales people and marketing which focused on pipeline generation and qualification.

Research and Development costs increased by 7% to $27.1 million, driven by investments in engineering and product management, with significant funding directed to our container management (Emerging) products.

General and Administrative costs increased by 5% to $20.7 million, driven by headcount investments to meet the demands of a growing organization and being a listed entity, and an adverse realized foreign exchange movement.

Profitability

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Adjusted EBITDA 65.1 55.2 18%   176.0 164.1 7%
Adjusted EBITDA Margin 38% 37%     36% 39%  
Change in deferred revenue (18.9) 9.8 n.m.   39.2 62.4 (37)%
Adjusted Cash EBITDA 46.2 65.0 (29)%   215.2 226.5 (5)%
Adjusted Cash EBITDA Margin 27% 43%     44% 54%  

Adjusted EBITDA grew 18% to $65.1 million in Q3, as SUSE’s revenue growth was further enhanced by strong cost control and a positive impact from foreign exchange movements, resulting in margin expansion of one percentage point versus the prior year.

Change in deferred revenue was negative $18.9 million, down from positive $9.8 million in the prior year, driven by higher revenue recognition and lower ACV in the quarter.

The decrease in Change in Deferred Revenue more than offset the increase in EBITDA, leading to Adjusted Cash EBITDA of $46.2 million, down 29%.

Cash Flow

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Adjusted Cash EBITDA  46.2 65.0 (29)%   215.2 226.5 (5)%
               
Gross Capital Expenditure (2.5) (1.3) 92%   (7.2) (2.1) 243%
Change in core working capital 27.2 (14.2) n.m   (27.2) (41.8) (35)%
IFRS 15 (5.3) (8.3) (36)%   (18.6) (25.6) (27)%
IFRS 16 (1.9) (1.8) 6%   (5.7) (5.4) 6%
Cash Taxes (2.2) (0.4) 450%   (12.7) (4.4) 189%
Rancher pro-forma uFCF 0.0 0.0     0.0 (1.8) n.m
Adjusted uFCF 61.5 39.0 58%   143.8 145.4 (1)%
Adj uFCF Conv from Adj EBITDA 94% 71%     82% 89%  

Adjusted Unlevered Free Cash Flow was up 58% to $61.5 million in the quarter. This reflects a working capital inflow and lower IFRS 15 cash adjustment in the quarter, which in turn reflects lower commissions paid. These drivers were partially offset by lower Adjusted Cash EBITDA, higher cash tax driven by timing of tax filings and anticipated higher payments in multiple regions, and an increase in gross capex due to investment in a data center move.

Cash conversion was 94% for the quarter.

Leverage

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Net debt 604.1 653.1 8%
Adjusted Cash EBITDA - Pro-forma - LTM Q3 266.9 255.3 5%
Leverage 2.3 2.6 12%

Net Debt at the end of the third quarter was $604.1 million, a reduction of $50 million versus the prior quarter, driven by our strong cash flow.

As a result, our leverage ratio, calculated as the Net Debt divided by the last 12 months Adjusted Cash EBITDA, was 2.3x, flat versus the prior quarter and well within our commitment to keep leverage below 3.5x.

ESG

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is at the heart of our business and sustainable growth, and we continue to make progress toward our targets.

After the quarter end, we received our sustainability rating with EcoVadis, one of our commitments for the year. We secured a silver medal for our ESG practices, placing us among the top 25% of the rated companies.

Given the long-term nature of our ESG focus, we will provide a full ESG update in our half year and annual statements from now on.

Outlook

SUSE reaffirms full year 2022 guidance for Adjusted Revenue and Adjusted EBITDA margin, prior to FX impacts.

The current macro-economic environment continues to particularly impact our Emerging business with slower purchase decision making for new contracts and some customer project delays. This effect is less marked in our Core business where a smaller proportion of our business is new, given the strong existing subscription base. In our Emerging business, while Rancher renewals remain strong, potential new Rancher customers are more willing to run unsupported with the free version for longer as their focus on costs has intensified. Coupled with higher churn in our work force earlier in the year, these factors have impacted Emerging growth.

We now expect Core ACV growth around 10% and Emerging ACV growth around 20% in 2022, both prior to FX impacts.

We also expect Adjusted Unlevered Free Cash Flow conversion over 80% in 2022, prior to FX impacts, primarily reflecting the lower ACV.

FX rate movements, particularly the stronger U.S. dollar, are reducing reported ACV, Adjusted Unlevered Free Cash Flow, and, to a lesser degree, Adjusted Revenue. Our reported Adjusted EBITDA margin is supported by a small positive FX impact.

Medium-term guidance is unchanged, reflecting the growth outlook in the markets and SUSE’s competitive position. We expect to build steadily toward these performance levels over the coming years, subject to market and macro-economic developments.
 

Additional Information

About SUSE

SUSE is a global leader in innovative, reliable and secure enterprise-grade open source solutions, relied upon by more than 60% of the Fortune 500 to power their mission-critical workloads. We specialize in Business-critical Linux, Enterprise Container Management and Edge solutions, and collaborate with partners and communities to empower our customers to innovate everywhere – from the data center, to the cloud, to the edge and beyond. SUSE puts the “open” back in open source, giving customers the agility to tackle innovation challenges today and the freedom to evolve their strategy and solutions tomorrow. The company is headquartered in Luxembourg and employs more than 2,000 people globally. SUSE is listed in the regulated market (Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

For more information, visit www.suse.com.

Contacts

Investors:     
Jonathan Atack     
Investor Relations, SUSE  
Phone: +44 7741 136 019   
Email: ir@suse.com   

Matt Jones
Investor Relations, SUSE
Phone: +44 7809 690 336
Email: ir@suse.com


Media:
Christopher Deifuß
Kekst CNC
Phone: +49 162 2059754
Email: christopher.deifuss@kekstcnc.com


Webcast Details

Melissa Di Donato (CEO) and Andy Myers (CFO) will host an analyst and investor conference call at 2:00 PM CET / 1:00 PM BST on September 22, 2022, to discuss the results.

 

If you would like to dial in and ask questions during the conference and have not pre-registered, please call +49 162 2059754 or email suse@kekstcnc.com for dial-in details.

The audio webcast can be followed in listen-only mode using this link: https://www.webcast-eqs.com/suse20220922

A replay will be available on the Investor Relations website. The accompanying presentation also can be downloaded from the Investor Relations website.

Important Notice

Certain statements in this communication may constitute forward-looking statements. These statements are based on assumptions that are believed to be reasonable at the time they are made, and are subject to significant risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, those risks and uncertainties described in SUSE's disclosures. You should not rely on these forward-looking statements as predictions of future events, and we undertake no obligation to update or revise these statements. Our actual results may differ materially and adversely from any forward-looking statements discussed in these statements due to several factors, including without limitation, risks from macroeconomic developments, external fraud, lack of innovation capabilities, inadequate data security and changes in competition levels.

The Company undertakes no obligation, and does not expect to publicly update, or publicly revise, any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. All subsequent written and oral forward-looking statements attributable to it or to persons acting on its behalf are expressly qualified in their entirety by the cautionary statements referred to above and contained elsewhere in this communication.

Financial Calendar

Date Event
January 19, 2023 Release of Q4 FY22 results and FY22 Annual Report
March 16, 2023 Release of Q1 FY23 results

 

APPENDIX 1 Statutory Financials

IFRS Income Statement

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Revenue 170.1 148.0 15%   483.4 407.7 19%
Cost of sales (13.4) (12.1) 11%   (38.8) (32.0) 21%
Gross profit 156.7 135.9 15%   444.6 375.7 18%
Operating expenses (116.0) (126.1) (8)%   (336.8) (437.9) (23)%
Amortization of intangible assets (35.1) (37.7) (7)%   (107.5) (111.1) (3)%
Depreciation - PPE (0.9) (1.1) (18)%   (2.8) (3.4) (18)%
Depreciation - Right of Use Assets (1.7) (1.5) 13%   (5.9) (4.6) 28%
Operating loss 3.0 (30.5) n.m.   (8.4) (181.3) (95)%
Net finance costs (9.1) (8.1) 12%   (30.7) (38.1) (19)%
Share of losses on associate (0.3) (0.5) (40)%   (1.7) (1.6) 6%
Loss before tax (6.4) (39.1) (84)%   (40.8) (221.0) (82)%
Taxation (6.5) 8.8 n.m.   1.4 51.0 (97)%
Loss for the period (12.9) (30.3) (57)%   (39.4) (170.0) (77)%

 

Interim Condensed Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income (unaudited)

For the nine months ended 31 July 2022

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    US$’000 US$’000 US$’000   US$’000 US$’000 US$’000
Revenue   483,409 - 483.409   407,730 - 407,730
Cost of sales   (38,751) - (38,751)   (32,024) - (32,024)
Gross profit   444,658 - 444,658   375,706 - 375,706
Selling and distribution costs   (136,914) - (136,914)   (107,831) - (107,831)
Research and development costs   (86,075) - (86,075)   (73,441) - (73,441)
Administrative expenses   (114,378) - (114,378)   (243,060) (14,061) (257,121)
Reversal of impairment loss on trade receivables   531 - 531   433 - 433
Operating profit/(loss) before depreciation and amortization 107,822 - 107,822   (48,193) (14,061) (62,254)
                 
Amortization of intangible assets   (107,568) - (107,568)   (111,063) - (111,063)
Depreciation – Property, plant and equipment   (2,760) - (2,760)   (3,365) - (3,365)
Depreciation/impairment – Right of use assets   (5,888) - (5,888)   (4,632) - (4,632)
Operating loss   (8,394) - (8,394)   (167,253) (14,061) (181,314)
                 
Finance costs   (30,949) - (30,949)   (38,086) - (38,086)
Finance income   268 - 268   8 - 8
Net finance costs   (30,681) - (30,681)   (38,078) (14,061) (38,078)
                 
Share of losses of associate   (1,745) - (1,745)   (1,582) - (1,582)
Loss before tax   (40,820) - (40,820)   (206,913) (14,061) (220,974)
                 
Taxation   1,419 - 1,419   48,553 2,393 50,946
Loss for the period   (39,401) - (39,401)   (158,360) (11,668) (170,028)
Attributable to:                
Equity shareholders of the parent   (39,401) - (39,401)   (158,360) (11,668) (170,028)
Non-controlling interests   - - -   - - -
Loss for the period   (39,401) - (39,401)   (158,360) (11,668) (170,028)
                 
Basic and diluted loss per share (1)       (0.2)       (3.1)

(1)For the nine months ended 31 July 2022 and 31 July 2021, potential ordinary shares are anti-dilutive, as their inclusion in the diluted loss per share calculation would reduce the loss per share, and hence have been excluded.

 

Interim Condensed Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income (unaudited)

For the nine months ended 31 July 2022

  Nine months ended 31 July 2022   Nine months ended 31 July 2021
    Separately       Separately  
 
Headline
reported items
Total
 
Headline
reported items
Total
  US$’000 US$’000 US$’000   US$’000 US$’000 US$’000
               
Loss for the period (39,401) - (39,401)   (158,360) (11,668) (170,028)
               
Other comprehensive income:              
               
Items not to be reclassified to income statement:              
Remeasurement of defined benefit pension schemes 2,304 - 2,304   1,068 - 1,068
Related tax impact (706) - (706)   (288) - (288)
               
Items that may be reclassified to income statement:              
Currency translation differences 48,671 - 48,671   (12,000) - (12,000)
Cash flow hedge – changes in fair value                                       (49) - (49)   (610) - (610)
Cash flow hedge – reclassified to income statement                4,386 - 4,386   6,702 - 6,702
Related tax impact (1,003) - (1,003)   (1,495) - (1,495)
Other comprehensive income/(loss) for the period 53,603 - 53,603   (6,623) - (6,623)
               
Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the period 14,202 - 14,202   (164,983) (11,668) (176,651)
               
Attributable to:              
Equity shareholders of the parent 14,202 - 14,202   (164,983) (11,668) (176,651)
Non-contro


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