Sopra Steria - 2020 Universal registration document
6 2020 PARENT COMPANY FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Notes to the balance sheet
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5.5.1.a 5.5.1.b 5.5.1.c 5.5.1.d
164,657 120,000 99,000 281,534
25,944 55,000 65,000
138,713 65,000 144,000 272,188
NEU CP programme NEU MTN programme Other financial debt Employee profit-sharing
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Accrued interest on financial debt
Syndicated loan a. As part of the Group’s funding policy, in 2014 the Company arranged a €1,200 million five-year borrowing facility with two options to extend the expiry date by one year. This facility comprised a €200 million amortising tranche, an £80 million amortising tranche and a €900 million multi-currency revolving credit line. In 2018, following the exercise of the second one-year extension option, the expiry date was postponed to 6 July 2023. At 31 December 2020, the outstanding amount drawn on the loan was from the two amortising tranches (€96 million and £38.4 million after contractual amortisations for the period). The €900 million multi-currency revolving credit facility is undrawn. Details on the NEU CP programme b. In 2015, as part of the Group’s funding policy, the Company arranged an unrated multi-currency NEU CP programme of short-term negotiable securities that was not underwritten, with a maximum amount of €700 million. This programme is presented in documentation available on the Banque de France website, which was last updated on 30 June 2020. The average amount outstanding under the NEU CP programme was €110.1 million in 2020, compared with €268.2 million in 2019, and the programme was very active throughout 2020. The outstanding amount under the NEU CP programme at 31 December 2020 was €65.0 million (€120 million at 31 December 2019). Details on the NEU MTN programme c. In December 2017, as part of its efforts to diversify its borrowings, the Company arranged an NEU MTN programme of medium-term negotiable securities that was not underwritten, with a maximum amount of €300 million. As was the case for the earlier NEU CP programme, the NEU MTN programme is presented in documentation available on the Banque de France website. The NEU MTN programme pays fixed or floating rates, with a spread at each issue date, and maturities range from one to five years. At 31 December 2020, the outstanding amount under the NEU MTN programme was €144.0 million, with maturities of up to three years. The net increase in the amount of NEU MTN corresponded to €65 million in matured securities and €110 million in new issues. Other financial debt d. The Other financial debt item includes: bank overdrafts in the amount of €212.1 million relating to the p management of a notional cash pooling arrangement. These
amounts correspond to the debit positions of subsidiaries taking part in the cash pooling arrangement; a €60 million non-amortising bilateral bank facility maturing in p early 2024. In addition, another €50 million bilateral credit line maturing in 2024 was undrawn at 31 December 2020 (see Note 6.2.2). e. Bond The bond issued on 5 July 2019 for an amount of €250 million has
the following characteristics: 1 st tranche – €130 million: p subscription date: 5 July 2019, • coupon rate: 1.749%, • redemption date: 5 July 2026; • 2 nd tranche – €120 million: p subscription date: 5 July 2019, • coupon rate: 2.0%, • redemption date: 5 July 2027. • Covenants f.
The terms and conditions to which the syndicated loan and bond issue are subject include a commitment to comply with certain financial covenants. Two financial ratios are calculated every six months using the consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS on a rolling 12-month basis: the first – known as the leverage ratio – is equal to net debt p divided by pro forma EBITDA; the second – known as the interest coverage ratio – is equal to p pro forma EBITDA divided by the cost of net financial debt. The first financial ratio must not exceed 3.0 at any reporting date. The second ratio must not fall below 5.0. Net financial debt is defined on a consolidated basis as all loans and related borrowings (excluding intercompany liabilities), less available cash and cash equivalents. Pro forma EBITDA is consolidated operating profit on business activity adding back depreciation, amortisation and provisions included in operating profit on business activity before the impact of IFRS 16 Leases. It is calculated on a 12-month rolling basis and is therefore restated so as to be presented in the financial statements at constant scope over 12 months.
SOPRA STERIA UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2020
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