Escon Japan

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ES-CON Japan is a life developer that builds the settings of people’s futures, bringing ideals into reality and the future of Japan to life.

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Financial Data

(As of December 31, 2017)

Main P/L, B/S and Cashflow Indicators

Results
Unit 20th FP
(ended December 2014)
21st FP
(ended December 2015)
22nd FP
(ended December 2016)
23rd FP
(ended December 2017)
Net sales Millions of yen 18,842 27,705 34,347 44,724
Operating income Millions of yen 2,815 4,012 4,680 7,042
Ordinary income Millions of yen 2,075 3,126 3,575 5,988
Profit Millions of yen 2,411 3,039 3,936 5,456
Total assets Millions of yen 50,141 58,088 73,703 86,435
Net assets Millions of yen 11,656 13,994 17,363 21,433
Cashflow from operating activities Millions of yen -1,803 -3,877 -14,684 -10,694
Cashflow from investing activities Millions of yen -1,041 61 7,656 9,167
Cashflow from financing activities Millions of yen 3,368 3,683 11,003 3,979
Cash and cash equivalents at end of period Millions of yen 4,347 4,214 8,191 10,644

Main Management Indicators

Results
Unit 20th FP (ended December 2014) 21st FP (ended December 2015) 22nd FP (ended December 2016) 23rd FP (ended December 2017)
Interest-bearing liabilities Millions of yen 35,430 39,739 51,177 56,544
Liquidity Millions of yen 4,733 4,516 8,204 10,667
Interest receivable Millions of yen 1 0 0 0
Interest expenses Millions of yen 706 795 999 1,093
Equity ratio (%) 23.2 24.1 23.6 24.8
ROA (%) 5.1 5.6 6.0 6.8
ROE (%) 22.7 23.7 25.1 28.1
Number of employees (People) 71 106 125 158
Net assets per share * (Yen) 169.05 208.28 259.07 315.14
Profit per share * (Yen) 34.59 44.65 58.76 81.77
Dividend payout rate (%) 8.7 17.9 25.5 22.0
Total payout ratio * (%) 21.0 30.2 36.8 30.9

*We executed a shareholder allotment of subscription rights to shares based on a rights offering (non-commitment/gratis allotment of listed subscription rights) on May 26, 2013. New shares are issued upon exercise of these subscription rights to shares. Because the exercise price of the subscription rights is lower than the market price, based on paragraph 16 of the Guidance on Accounting Standards for Profit per Share (Guidance on Accounting Standards No. 4 issued on March 25, 2011), the number of shares equivalent to the share split caused by the issue of new shares dating back to the beginning of the previous consolidated fiscal year is adjusted to calculate net assets per share.

*Total payout ratio: (paid dividend total + acquired treasury stock total) ÷profit

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