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2017年第三季度报告正文(英文版)(2017-10-27)

2017-10-27 09:34:31

 

 

 

CSG HOLDING CO., LTD.


THE THIRD QUARTER REPORT 2017

(Excluding Financial Statement)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chairman of the Board:

CHEN LIN

 

October 2017


Stock Code: 000012; 200012;                Short Form of Stock: CSG A; CSG B;                  Notice No.:2017-072                                       

Section I. Important Notice

Board of Directors and the Supervisory Committee of CSG Holding Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the Company) and its directors, supervisors and senior executives hereby confirm that there are no any fictitious statements, misleading statements, or important omissions carried in this report, and shall take all responsibilities, individual and/or joint, for the facticity, accuracy and completeness of the whole contents.

All directors were present the meeting of the Board for deliberating the Third Quarter Report of 2017 of the Company in person.

Ms. Chen Lin, Chairman of the Board, Mr. Pan Yonghong, responsible person in charge of accounting and Ms.Wang Wenxin, principal of the financial department (accounting officer) confirm that the Financial Report enclosed in the Third Quarter Report of 2017 of the Company is true, accurate and complete.

This report is prepared both in Chinese and English. Should there be any inconsistency between the Chinese and English versions, the Chinese version shall prevail.


Section II. The Basic Information of the Company

I. Main accounting data and financial indices

Whether retrospective adjustment has been carried out on financial reports of previous periods or not

□Yes    √ No

 

The end of current period

The end of last year

Increase/decrease in comparison with the end of last year

Total assets (RMB )

18,913,831,052.00

16,979,235,630.00

11.39%

Net assets attributable to shareholders of the Company (RMB )

8,345,605,690.00

7,812,335,004.00

6.83%

 

Current period

Increase/decrease in comparison with the same period of last year

From 1 January to 30 September 2017

Increase/decrease in comparison with the same period of 2016

Operating revenues (RMB )

2,846,570,536.00

24.09%

7,790,908,397.00

19.45%

Net profit attributable to shareholders of the Company (RMB )

318,019,208.00

28.23%

711,011,371.00

-0.54%

Net profit attributable to shareholders of the Company after deducting extraordinary gains and losses (RMB )

278,181,102.00

25.57%

639,126,346.00

-0.92%

Net cash flows from operating activities (RMB )

--

--

1,788,098,692.00

12.30%

Basic earnings per share (RMB/Share)

0.15

25.00%

0.33

-2.94%

Diluted earnings per share (RMB/Share)

0.15

25.00%

0.33

-2.94%

Weighted average ROE (%)

3.91%

0.79%

8.74%

-0.25%

Items and amounts of extraordinary profit (gains)/loss

√Applicable   □ Not applicable

Unit: RMB

Item

Amount from the beginning of year to the end of the report period

Note

Gains/losses from the disposal of non-current asset (including the write-off that accrued for impairment of assets)

243,956.00

 

Governmental subsidy reckoned into current gains/losses (not including the subsidy enjoyed in quota or ration according to national standards, which are closely relevant to enterprise’s business)

53,962,640.00

 

Gains on disposal of available-for-sale financial assets, gains and losses from change of fair values of held-for-transaction financial assets and financial liabilities except for the effective hedge business related to normal business of the Company, and investment income from disposal of transactional financial assets and liabilities and financial assets available for sale

427,636.00

 

Other non-operating income and expenditure except for the aforementioned items

31,651,965.00

 

Less: Impact on income tax

12,997,490.00

 

Impact on minority shareholders’ equity (post-tax)

1,403,682.00

 

Total

71,885,025.00

--

Explain reasons for the extraordinary profit (gain)/loss defined by Q&A Announcement No.1 on Information Disclosure for Companies Offering Their Securities to the Public --- Extraordinary Profit/loss, and the items defined as recurring profit (gain)/loss according to the lists of extraordinary profit (gain)/loss in Q&A Announcement No.1 on Information Disclosure for Companies Offering Their Securities to the Public --- Extraordinary Profit/loss, 

√Applicable  Not applicable

Item

Amount involved (RMB)

Gains on disposal of available-for-sale financial assets

427,636.00

II. Total of shareholders at the end of the report period and particulars about shareholdings of the top ten shareholders

1. Particulars about the total number of common shareholders and preference shareholders with voting rights recovered as well as the shareholdings of the top ten shareholders

Unit: Share

Total number of common shareholders at the end of the report period

160,427

Total number of preference shareholders with voting rights recovered at end of report period (if applicable)

0

Particulars about the shareholdings of the top ten shareholders

Name of shareholder

Nature of shareholder

Proportion of shares held (%)

Amount of shares held

Amount of restricted shares held

Number of share pledged/frozen

Share status

Amount

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Haili Niannian

Domestic non state-owned legal person

15.45%

368,685,276

0

 

 

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Universal Insurance Products

Domestic non state-owned legal person

3.92%

93,616,606

0

 

 

Shenzhen Jushenghua Co., Ltd.

Domestic non state-owned legal person

2.87%

68,484,938

0

Pledged

68,484,915

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Own Fund

Domestic non state-owned legal person

2.15%

51,197,756

0

 

 

Central Huijin Asset Management Ltd.

State-owned legal person

1.92%

45,782,995

0

 

 

China Galaxy International Securities (Hong Kong) Co., Limited

Foreign legal person

1.35%

32,176,044

0

 

 

China Merchants Securities (HK) Co., Limited

State-owned legal person

1.09%

26,108,208

0

 

 

China North Industries Corporation

State-owned legal person

0.99%

23,600,000

0

 

 

Shenzhen International Holdings (SZ) Limited

Domestic non state-owned legal person

0.96%

23,000,000

0

 

 

BBH A/C VANGUARD EMERGING MARKETS STOCK INDEX FUND     

Foreign legal person

0.64%

15,272,911

0

 

 

Particulars about top ten shareholders with unrestricted shares held

Name of shareholder

Amount of unrestricted shares held

Type of shares

Type

Amount

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Haili Niannian

368,685,276

RMB ordinary shares

368,685,276

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Universal Insurance Products

93,616,606

RMB ordinary shares

93,616,606

Shenzhen Jushenghua Co., Ltd.

68,484,938

RMB ordinary shares

68,484,938

Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. – Own Fund

51,197,756

RMB ordinary shares

51,197,756

Central Huijin Asset Management Ltd.

45,782,995

RMB ordinary shares

45,782,995

China Galaxy International Securities (Hong Kong) Co., Limited

32,176,044

Domestically listed foreign shares

32,176,044

China Merchants Securities (HK) Co., Limited

26,108,208

Domestically listed foreign shares

26,108,208

China North Industries Corporation

23,600,000

RMB ordinary shares

23,600,000

Shenzhen International Holdings (SZ) Limited

23,000,000

RMB ordinary shares

23,000,000

BBH A/C VANGUARD EMERGING MARKETS STOCK INDEX FUND     

15,272,911

Domestically listed foreign shares

15,272,911

Statement on associated relationship or consistent action among the above shareholders:

Among shareholders as listed above, Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd.-Haili Niannian, Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd.-Universal Insurance Products, Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd.-Own Fund are all held by Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. Shenzhen Jushenghua Co., Ltd. is a related legal person of Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd. and Chengtai Group Co., Ltd., another related legal person of Foresea Life Insurance Co., Ltd, which held 31,769,094 shares via China Galaxy International Securities (Hong Kong) Co., Limited.

Except for the above-mentioned shareholders, It is unknown whether other shareholders belong to related party or have associated relationship regulated by the Management Regulation of Information Disclosure on Change of Shareholding for Listed Companies.

Whether the top ten shareholders or top ten shareholders with unrestricted shares carried out buy back deals in the report period

Yes  No

There were no buy back deals carried out by the top ten shareholders or top ten shareholders with unrestricted shares held in the report period.

2. Total number of preference shareholders and particulars about the shareholdings of the top ten preference shareholders

Applicable  Not applicable


Section III. Important events

I. Particulars and explanations about significant changes in main accounting statements and financial indices

√Applicable  Not applicable

                                                                                                  Unit: RMB

Item of balance sheet

Note

30 September 2017

31 December 2016

Increased/Decreased amount

Rate

Monetary capital

(1)

     1,813,992,086

       586,803,505

  1,227,188,581

209%

Prepayments

(2)

        136,813,682

        95,733,132

    41,080,550

43%

Other receivables

(3)

         44,597,554

        33,229,149

    11,368,405

34%

Inventories

(4)

        699,223,499

      477,780,925

   221,442,574

46%

Long-term deferred expenses

(5)

         11,385,720

          975,660

    10,410,060

1067%

Notes payable

(6)

        177,701,622

       20,000,000

   157,701,622

789%

Advance payment

(7)

        237,939,772

      142,330,979

    95,608,793

67%

Other payables

(8)

        477,515,523

      188,321,450

   289,194,073

154%

Long-term payables

(9)

     1,272,296,270

               -  

  1,272,296,270

     -  

Special reserve

(10)

3,206,127

5,843,473

(2,637,346)

-45%

Other comprehensive income

(11)

2,707,049

4,653,971

(1,946,922)

-42%

Item of income statement

Note

From January to September 2017

From January to September 2016

Increased/Decreased amount

Rate

Taxes and surcharges

(12)

(93,649,001)

(39,641,644)

(54,007,357)

136%

Assets impairment loss

(13)

(2,971,645)

(2,012,347)

(959,298)

48%

Investment income

(14)

427,638

(14,264,359)

14,691,997

     -  

Other income

(15)

24,459,278

               -  

24,459,278

     -  

Non-operating expenses

(16)

(1,877,014)

(778,905)

(1,098,109)

141%

Minority interests

(17)

10,810,974

3,760,892

7,050,082

187%

 

Note:

(1) The increase in monetary capital was mainly due to increasing monetary capital for repayment of debts.

(2) The increase in prepayments was mainly due to the increase in prepaid materials.

(3) The increase in other receivables was mainly attributable to the increase in margin receivable.

(4)Inventories increased mainly because Hebei CSG was transferred to commercial operation and the stocking increased.

(5) The increase in long-term deferred expenses was mainly due to the increase in financial leasing fee to be amortized for the current period and the lower balance of the previous period.

(6) The increase in notes payable was mainly due to the increase in the newly opened bills and the lower balance of the previous period.

(7) The increase in advance payment was mainly due to the increase in advances from customers.

(8) The increase in other payables was mainly attributable to the increase in interestless borrowings from shareholders.

(9)The increase in long-term payables was mainly due to the increase in the amount of financial lease payments.

(10)The decrease of special reserve was mainly due to the increase of input in safety production.

(11) The decrease in other comprehensive income was mainly due to the decrease in the translation of foreign currency statements.

(12) Taxes and surcharges increased mainly because the "management fee - tax" subject was reclassified to the "tax and surcharges" subject in the current period.

(13) The increase in assets impairment loss was mainly due to the increase in accounts receivable.

(14)The increase in investment income was mainly attributable to the use of cost method by Shenzhen Display, a subsidiary of the Company, which was accounted for using equity method in the previous period.

(15) The increase in other income was mainly attributable to the reclassification of non-operating income by accounting standards.

(16) The increase in non-operating expenses was mainly due to the slight increase in the current period and the lower balance of the previous period.

(17) The increase in minority interests was mainly due to the increase in net profit for the current period.

II. The progress of material events and the impact as well as the analysis of solutions

√Applicable  □Not applicable

1. Public Issuance of Corporate Bonds to Qualified Investors

On Feb. 13, 2017, the interim meeting of the 7th session of the board of directors of the Company deliberated and approved the Proposal on Public Issuance of Corporate Bonds to Qualified Investors. The Company proposed to issue corporate bonds to qualified investors with the total face value no more than RMB 2 billion (including RMB 2 billion), and the valid period no more than 10 years (including 10 years).This proposal was deliberated and approved by the Second Extraordinary Shareholders’ General Meeting held on Mar. 2, 2017.

For details, please refer to the Announcement on Public Issuance of Corporate Bonds disclosed on Feb. 14, 2016 (Announcement No.: 2017-011).

 

2. Short-term Financing Bills

On Dec.14, 2016, the second extraordinary shareholders’ general meeting of 2016 of CSG deliberated and approved the proposal of the offering and registration of short-term financing bills, and agreed the Company’s registration and issuance of short-term financing bills with a total amount of RMB 2.7 billion, which could be issued by stages within period of validity of the registration according to the Company’s actual demands for funds and the status of inter-bank funds. However, the term of each issue shall not be longer than one year and the registered quota shall not exceed 40 percent of the Company’s net assets.
For details, please refer to www.chinabond.com.cn and www.chinamoney.com.cn.

 

3. Medium-term notes

On 10 December 2014, the First Extraordinary Shareholders’ General Meeting 2014 of CSG Holding Co., Ltd deliberated and approved the proposal of application for registeration and issuance of medium term notes with total amount of RMB 1.2 billion at most. On 21 May 2015, National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII) held the 32nd registration meeting of 2015, in which NAFMII decided to accept the registration of the Company’s medium term notes, amounting to RMB 1.2 billion and valid for two years. China Merchants Bank Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co., Ltd. were joint lead underwriters of these medium term notes which could be issued by stages within period of validity of the registration.On 10 July 2015, the Company issued the first batch of medium term notes with total amount of RMB 1.2 billion and valid term of 5 years at the issuance rate of 4.94%, which will be redeemed on 14 July 2020.

On April 15, 2016, the Shareholders’ General Meeting of 2015 of CSG deliberated and approved the proposal of application for registration and issuance of medium term notes with total amount of RMB 0.8 billion, which could be issued by stages within period of validity of the registration according to the Company’s actual demands for funds and the status of inter-bank funds.

On May 22, 2017, the Shareholders’ General Meeting of 2016 of CSG deliberated and approved the proposal of application for registration and issuance of medium term notes with total amount of RMB 1 billion, which could be issued by stages within period of validity of the registration according to the Company’s actual demands for funds and the status of inter-bank funds.

For details, please refer to www.chinabond.com.cn and www.chinamoney.com.cn.

III. Commitments made by the actual controller, the shareholders, the related parties, the purchasers and the Company which failed to be fulfilled in time during the report period

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

There were no commitments made by the actual controller, the shareholders, the related parties, the purchasers or the Company which failed to be fulfilled in time during the report period.

IV. Prediction of business performance of 2017

Alert of loss or significant change in accumulative net profit from the beginning of year to the end of the next report period or compared with the same period of last year, and statement of causations.

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

V. Securities investment

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

The Company had no securities investment in the report period.

VI. Derivatives investment

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

The Company had no derivatives investment in the report period.

VII. Reception of research, communication and interview in the report period

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

The Company had no reception of research, communication or interview in the report period.

VIII. Particulars about illegal external guarantee

□ Applicable  √Not applicable

The Company had no illegal external guarantee in the report period.

IX. Particulars about non-operating fund of listed company which is occupied by controlling shareholder and its affiliated enterprises

□ Applicable  √ Not applicable

In the report period, it did not exist that non-operating fund of listed company was occupied by controlling shareholder or its affiliated enterprises.

X. Performance of social responsibility for targeted poverty alleviation

There was no targeted poverty alleviation carried out in the third quarter of the year.

 

 

Board of Directors of

CSG Holding Co., Ltd.

27 October 2017

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