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ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC

Vision
Building Growth

Mission
To build growth by being the most desired business venue in the city. To enhance shareholder value
by satisfying our customers with modern facilities and quality service by dedicated professionals.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page

Corporate Information 1

Notice of Annual General Meeting 2

Managing Directors Review 3

Board of Directors - Profile 4-5

Highlights 6

Annual Report of the Board of Directors on the affairs of the Company 7-11

Audit Committee Report 12

Remuneration Committee Report 13

Related Party Transactions Review Committee Report 14

Statement of the Directors Responsibility 15

Report of the Auditors 16

Statement of Comprehensive Income 17

Statement of Financial Position 18

Statement of Changes in Equity 19

Statement of Cash Flows 20

Notes to the Financial Statements 21-47

Six year Review 48

Information to Investors 49

Major Shareholders of the Company 50

Form of Proxy Enclosed

Instruction for Completion of Proxy Enclosed


ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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CORPORATE INFORMATION

Directors : Mr. B. V. Selvanayagam (Managing Director)


Mrs. Tharsini Sarveshwaran (Deputy Managing Director)
Dr. S. A. Gulamhusein
Mr. G. T. Fazleabas
Mr. M. I. R. Zahir
Mr. A.C. Yahiyakhan
Mr. A. M. Rakeeb (Resigned w.e.f 02.09.2016)
Mr. T. A. Akbarally
Mr. S. Selvanayagam(Alternate Director to Mr.B.V.Selvanayagam)
Mr. G. Ramanan (Alternate Director to Mr. M.I.R. Zahir)

Registered Office : Unit 603, 4th Floor,


Unity Plaza Building,
No.2, Galle Road,
Colombo-4
Tel: 011 2501622

Secretaries : P W Corporate Secretarial (Pvt) Ltd.,


3/17, Kynsey Road,
Colombo 8
Tel: 011 4640360-3

Auditors : Messrs PricewaterhouseCoopers,


Chartered Accountants,
100, Braybrooke Place,
Colombo 2.

Bankers : Bank of Ceylon PLC

Legal Advisors : D M Swaminathan Associates


ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Twenty Ninth (29th) Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at
the Earls Court, Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo, 115, Sir C. A. Gardiner Mawatha, Colombo 2 on 30th September
2016 at 3.30 p.m. for the following purposes;

1 To receive and consider the Annual Report of the Board of Directors on the affairs of the Company and
the Statement of Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2016 with the Report of the Auditors thereon.
2 To re-elect Dr. Shabbir Abbas Gulamhusein who retires by rotation in terms of Article 88 of the Articles
of Association of the Company, as a Director.
3 To re-elect Mr. Tyeabally Abbasally Akbarally who retires in terms of Article 95 of the Articles of
Association of the Company, as a Director.
4 To re-appoint Messrs. PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chartered Accountants, as the Auditors of the
Company and to authorize the Directors to fix their remuneration.
5 To authorize the Directors to determine donations for the year ending 31st March 2017 and up to the
date of the next Annual General Meeting.

By order of the Board


ON'ALLY HOLDINGS PLC

P W CORPORATE SECRETARIAL (PVT) LTD


Secretaries

02 September 2016
Colombo

Notes

1. A Shareholder entitled to attend and vote at the meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote
on behalf of him/her.
2. A proxy need not be a Shareholder of the Company.
3. The Form of Proxy is enclosed for this purpose.
4. The completed Form of Proxy must be deposited at the Registered Office of the Company, Unit 603, 4th
Floor, Unity Plaza Building, No. 2, Galle Road, Colombo 04 not later than forty seven (47) hours prior to the
time appointed for the Meeting.
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MANAGING DIRECTORS REVIEW


I take great pleasure in welcoming you to the 29th Let me conclude by thanking the Board of Directors
Annual General Meeting of Onally Holdings PLC. including the former Chairman, Mr. Ranjit
During the period under review the company was Fernando, Mr. Nayana Mawilmada, Mr. A. M. Rakeeb
able to increase its revenue by 5% and profit for the and Mr. Iqbal Cassim, of Onally Holdings PLC for
year (exclusive of fair value gain) by 3% respective. their guidance and support extended during the
This was further boosted by the increase in land financial year under review. Thank you to our valued
prices which has resulted in the Company having shareholders, Tenants, Bankers, Auditors, Company
a fair value gain of Rs. 378.5 million being reflected Secretaries and each and every individual staff
in the financial statement. Taking into account the member of Onally Holdings PLC for their dedication
Financial performance of the Company, the Board to enable the Company achieve its current
has declared a higher final dividend of Rs. 2/= per performance.
share.

The Company completed the exterior painting of


the building and is now engaging with Jones Lang
LaSalle and Mihindu Keerthiratne Associates with
regard to the next phase of development which Brian Selvanayagam
includes the interior refurbishment. This is required Managing Director
to ensure improved services to both our tenants who 02 September 2016
occupy the building and customers who patronize
Unity Plaza.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Brian V Selvanayagam
Managing Director
Mr. Brian V Selvanayagam was appointed to the Board of Onally Holdings PLC on 1st November 2008.
He is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (UK), Associate Member
of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka, Chartered Marketers and Member of the Chartered
Institute of Marketing (UK), Fellow Member of the Certified Management Accountants of Sri Lanka and
Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
He is experienced in the fields of banking, finance, corporate finance and marketing and had served at Ernst
& Young, DFCC Bank PLC, Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, and Kshathriya Holdings PLC.
He is a member of the Audit & Risk Committee of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and is also the Vice
Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka Region.
He is also the Country Manager - Sri Lanka for the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment.
Dr Shabbir A Gulamhusein
Director
Dr Shabbir A. Gulamhusein was appointed to the Board of Onally Holdings PLC in March 2003.
He is the Chairman of Ceylon and Foreign Trades PLC, Chairman of Business Chamber of Commerce and the
Chairman/Chief Executive of the family owned Adam Group of Companies.
Mrs. Tharsini Sarveshwaran
Deputy Managing Director
Mrs. T Sarveshwaran is a full member of the Association of Business Executives (UK) and she has obtained
an Executive Diploma in Accounting and Finance from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka
Mrs. Sarveshwaran possesses 18 years experience in the fields of Accounting and Administration at Onally
Holdings PLC.
Mr. Imran Zahir
Director
Mr. Imran Zahir has over 16 years of experience in the Investment and Finance industry, regionally and
internationally and a Chartered Management Accountant. He presently functions in the Investment and
Finance industry in Sri Lanka and Europe. He is a Director of the Adam Investments Group and several
public companies in Sri Lanka, and a Director & Head of Investment of the Orchard Capital Group EU/UK.
Mr. Gulamhussein T Fazleabas
Director
Mr. Gulamhussein Fazleabas is a Chartered Engineer by profession and holds a BS in Civil Engineering from
the University of Louisiana in Lafayette (USA) and a MS also in Civil Engineering from the University of North
Carolina in Charlotte (USA).
He is a Member of the Institute of Engineers Sri Lanka and a licensed Professional Engineer in Louisiana and
North Carolina, USA.
He has 30 years private sector design engineering and project management experience in both Sri Lanka
and USA and is presently the Chairman/Managing Director of Perigon Lanka Private Limited, a company
carrying out Project Management, Structural Engineering and Cost Consultancy Services.
Mr. Tyeabally A Akbarally
Director
Mr. Tyeabally Akbarally is the Executive Director Akbar Brothers (Private) Limited, Quick Tea (Private)
Limited, Falcon Trading (Private) Limited, Land and Building Limited, Flexiprint (Private) Limited and
Akbar Pharmaceuticals (Private) Limited.
In addition to the above Mr. Akbarally is also Chairman - Amana Takaful Limited and Amana Takaful Maldives
Limited and Deputy Chairman of Amana Bank Limited. He also serves as a Member of the advisory panel on
Tea sector to the Minister of Plantation Industries.
He was Past Chairman of the Colombo Tea traders Association, Spices and Allied products Traders Association
and a former Director Sri Lanka Tea Board and former Committee member of the Ceylon Chamber of
Commerce.
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS (contd)


Mr. Aboobucker Mohamed Rakeeb
Director
Mr. Aboobucker Mohamed Rakeeb is a Law Graduate (LL.B) from University of Colombo and professionally
he is an Attorney-at-Law practicing actively in the field of Civil law, Administrative law and Banking law for
more than 17 years.
Mr Abdul Careem Yahiyakhan [Dip. Sys. Eng, Pg.Dip (India) BA (UK)]
Director
Mr. A C Yahiyakhan holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the United Kingdom, Post Graduate Diploma in
Personnel Management from India and a Diploma in Computer Software Engineering.
He is experienced in the fields of administration in computer center management, foreign employment
supplier services and was an Advisor to Hon. Mohamed Musthaffa, Deputy Minister of Higher Education in
Sri Lanka.
He has over 21 years experience in the private sector as a Director and Managing Director both in Sri
Lanka and Abroad and is presently the Chairman / Managing Director of M R S Group (Hazmea) providing
Computer Centres and Foreign employment Services.
Mr. Shehan Selvanayagam
(Alternate Director to Mr. B V Selvanayagam)
Mr. Shehan Selvanayagam is currently a Director of Loops Solutions (Pvt) Ltd which is a leading Digital
Agency in Sri Lanka working with over 45 leading brands in Sri Lanka as well as clients in the Middle East,
Europe and Australia
Shehan who hails from an e-commerce background was previously employed at Sri Lankan Airlines
handling the online marketing aspects of the Airline, where he was responsible for setting up and running
the E-Commerce operation of the airline, from there he joined Nations Trust Bank and was handling the
Alternate Channels of Banking within the Bank.
He has a Degree in Business Management from the University of Wales, a graduate from the Chartered
Institute of Marketing (UK) and holds a Masters in Information Technology from the University of Keele (UK).
He regularly conducts seminars on Digital Media for companies as well as functions as a Marketing
Consultant for several organizations in Sri Lanka.
Mr. Govindasamy Ramanan
(Alternate Director to Mr. M.I.R. Zahir)
Mr. Ramanan has over 19 years of experience in the investment banking space in Sri Lanka. He was widely
involved and continues to be active in business advisory, fund management, commercial banking and
investment banking. Mr. Ramanan was the Head of Investment Banking at Hatton National Bank and CEO of
HNB Securities, where he was directly involved in handling the full array of investment banking services and
executing several landmark transactions. After his successful career in finance Mr. Ramanan has focused on
Private Equity investment and deep value investment.
Currently he is Executive Director/CEO of Industrial Asphalts (Ceylon) PLC and an Independent Non
Executive Director of Adam Investments PLC.
Mr. Ramanan is a CFA Charter holder and a Management Accountant, and obtained his MBA from University
of Chicago Booth School of Business.
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HIGHLIGHTS
OPERATING RESULTS 2015/16 2014/15 Increased
(Rs.000) (Rs.000) (Decreased)
%

Turnover 122,784 116,957 4.98

Operating Profit 86,568 82,844 4.50


Interest income 15,451 15,015 2.90
Fair value gain on investment properties 378,523 3,640 10,298.98

Profit before tax 480,542 101,499 373.45


Tax (150,089) (11,794) 1,172.59

Profit after tax 330,453 89,705 268.38


Other comprehensive income - net of tax 1,946 345 464.06
Profit brought forward 1,120,741 1,077,296 4.03

Profit available for appropriation 1,453,140 1,167,346 24.48


Transfer from reserve 721 2,397 (69.92)
Dividends paid (51,627) (49,002) 5.36

Profit carried forward 1,402,234 1,120,741 25.12

KEY INDICATORS

KEY INDICATORS
Earnings per share (Rs) 18.88 5.13 268.03
Earnings per share(exclusive fair value gain) (Rs) 5.13 4.98 3.01
Dividend per share (Rs) 2.95 2.80 5.36
Net assets per share (Rs) 92.41 75.58 22.27
Market price per share as at 31 March (Rs) 50.20 64.00 (21.56)
330.45

360
Value (Rs Million)

340
320
265.83

300
280
260
240
220
200
145.38

180
122.78
116.96

160
105.39
98.36

140
89.71
88.71
82.48
84.37

120
65.03

100
49.00

51.63
42.88

45.50

80
34.30

36.40

60
40
20
0
2010/2011 2011/2012 2012/2013 2013/2014 2014/2015 2015/2016
Year
Turnover Profit After Taxtation Dividends
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE AFFAIRS


OF THE COMPANY
The Directors of Onally Holdings PLC have pleasure are contained in the Managing Directors Review,
in presenting their Annual Report with the Audited which forms and integral part of this Report.
Financial Statements of the Company for the year
This Report and the Financial Statements reflect the
ended 31st March 2016.
state of affairs of the Company.
General
Financial Statements
Onally Holdings PLC is a public limited liability
The complete Financial Statements of the Company,
Company which was incorporated under the
duly signed by two Directors on behalf of the Board
Companies Ordinance No.51 of 1938 as a public
of Directors and the Auditors are given on pages 17
limited company on the 25th June 1982 which
to 47.
obtained the certificate to commence business
on 20th August 1982, listed on the Colombo Stock Accounting Policies
Exchange on 25th April 1991 and re-registered as per
The accounting policies adopted by the Company
the Companies Act, No 7 of 2007 on 13th December
in the preparation of the Financial Statements are
2007 under the new Number PQ 107.
given on pages 21 to 31 which are consistent with
Principal activities of the Company and review of those of the previous period.
performance during the year
Board of Directors and Relevant Interest in Shares
The Companys principal activities, which
The Board consists of eight Directors, comprising
remained unchanged during the year, are Property
of two Executive Directors and six Non Executive
Development / Real Estate.
Directors, five of whom are Independent.
A review of the business of the Company, its
performance during the year and its future prospects

The Names of the Directors and their relevant interests in shares are given below.

Names of Directors Designation No. of No. of shares As


shares As at at 31.03.2015
31.03.2016

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Mr. B V Selvanayagam Executive 125 125
Director
Shares held jointly with 937,500 937,500
Mr. S G Selvanayagam & 1,131,181 1,131,181
Mrs.L Selvanayagam
Shares held by 193,556 193,556
Mrs. L Selvanayagam
Dr. Shabbir Abbas Non Executive
Gulamhusein Director
Shares held in the

} }
following manner
Dr. S A Gulamhusein 31,250 31,250
Waldock Mackenzie Ltd/Dr. 463,128 463,427
S A Gulamhusein
508,590 504,739
Assetline Leasing Company 1,000 -
Ltd./Dr.S.A. Gulamhusein
Sampath Bank PLC/ 1,160 -
Dr.S.H.A.Gulamhusein
Commercial Bank of Ceylon 12,052 10,062
PLC/Dr. S A Gulamhusein
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE AFFAIRS


OF THE COMPANY
Names of Directors Designation No. of No. of shares As
shares As at at 31.03.2015
31.03.2016
Mrs. T Sarveshwaran Executive Director 57,316 57,316
Mr. G T Fazleabas Independent Non 374 374
Executive Director
Mr. M I R Zahir Independent Non Nil Nil
Executive Director
Mr. Aboobucker Mohamed Independent Non Nil Nil
Rakeeb (Resigned w.e.f Executive Director
02.09.2016)
Mr Abdul Careem Yahi- Independent Non Nil Nil
yakhan Executive Director
Mr. T A Akbarally Independent Nil Nil
Non Executive
Director
Mr. Shehan Selvanayagam Alternate Director Nil Nil
- (Alternate Director to Mr.B
V Selvanayagam )
Mr. G. Ramanan-(Alternate Alternate Director Nil Nil
Director to Mr.M.I.R.Zahir-
Appointed w.e.f.
23.03.2016)

The profiles of all the Directors detailing their areas Mr. Iqbal Cassim, Alternate Director to Mr. M. I. R.
of expertise, are included on pages 4 to 5 of the Zahir resigned from the Board of Directors on 10th
Annual Report. March 2016 and Mr. G. Ramanan was appointed as
Alternate Director to Mr. Zahir on 23rd March 2016
Retirement of Directors in terms of Article 121 of the Articles of Association
In terms of Article 88 of the Articles of Association of of the Company.
the Company, Dr Shabbir Abbas Gulamhusein will Independence of Directors
retire by rotation and being eligible is recommended
for re-election. The Independence of the Non Executive Directors
was determined according to the Listing Rules of the
In terms of Article 95 of the Articles of Association of Colombo Stock Exchange and each of the Directors
the Company, Mr. Tyeabally Abbasally Akbarally who has declared their independence and submitted
was appointed as a Director since the last Annual signed declarations to that effect.
General Meeting will retire and being eligible is
recommended for re-election. Declaration of Interests of Directors

Changes in the Directorate The Company maintains an interest Register in


terms of the Companies Act No. 7 of 2007 which is
During the period under review and upto the date of deemed to form part of this Annual Report and is
this Report the following resignations / cessation of available for inspection upon request.
office of Directors were effected:
All related party transactions which encompass
-Mr. N. N. Mawilmada resigned on 12th May 2016. the transactions of Directors who were directly
-Mr. R M S Fernando resigned on 24th August 2016.
-Mr. A. M. Rakeeb resigned on 02nd September 2016
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE AFFAIRS


OF THE COMPANY
or indirectly interested in a contract or a related Delegation of Authority
party transaction with the Company during the
The Board has delegated the authority of the day to
accounting period is recorded in the Interest Register
day management of the Company to the Managing
in compliance with the applicable law.
Director who is responsible for delivering services
The Directors have declared their interests in according to the strategic plan, within the policies
contracts and their relevant interests in shares, at and budgets approved by the Board.
meetings of the Directors.
Delegation to Board Members
Remuneration of Directors
The Board has delegated certain functions and
The total remuneration paid to the Directors for the duties to sub committees that comprises of
financial year was Rs. 5,635,784/- Board members. The functions and duties of each
subcommittee namely, the Audit Committee,
Corporate Governance Remuneration Committee and the Related Party
The Board of Directors is committed to the highest Transactions Review Committee are detailed in the
standards of governance designed to protect the respective reports.
interest of the shareholders while promoting The Board is also encouraged to seek independent
integrity, transparency and accountability. The professional advice when necessary, at the
Board ensures that the Company is in compliance Companys expense and also have access to the
with applicable legal and regulatory requirements Company Secretary to obtain advice and services as
including meeting the requirements of the necessary.
Listing Rules of the Colombo Stock Exchange, The
Companies Act No. 7 of 2007 and all other applicable Remuneration Committee
laws and regulations.
The Remuneration Committee comprises of
Duties of the Board three Non Executive Directors of whom two are
Independent;
The Board is responsible for the formulation and
implementation of the Companys short term, Dr. S A Gulamhusein (Chairman)
medium term and long term strategies. The Board Mr. A C Yahiyakhan
also ensures that the Senior Management team Mr. A M Rakeeb (Resigned w.e.f 02.09.2016)
has the requisite skills, expertise and knowledge to
The Remuneration Committee is responsible to
implement these strategies.
ensure that the Companys remuneration policies
The Board ensures that all Company decisions are in are adequate to attract and retain top talent. The
compliance with laws and regulations of the country aggregated remuneration of the Board of Directors
and that each decision meets the ethical standards. is disclosed in the notes to the financial statements
and in this Report on page 13.
The Board through the Audit Committee ensures
that the Company follows accounting standards Audit Committee
as set out by the Sri Lanka Financial Reporting
The Audit Committee comprises of four
Standards (SLFRS) and all financial statements are
Independent Non Executive Directors;
in compliance with financial regulations.
Mr. M I R Zahir (Chairman)
The Board, in addition to keeping all shareholder
Mr. G T Fazleabas
interests a priority when considering corporate
Mr.A C Yahiyakhan
decisions, also keeps the Colombo Stock Exchange
Mr. T A Akbarally
and the public informed of all significant decisions.
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE AFFAIRS


OF THE COMPANY
The Report of the Audit Committee is given separately An interim dividend of Rs 1.10 per share was paid on
in the Annual Report detailing the functions and 28th December 2015.
duties of the Committee and the specific objectives
met in the financial year under review. Accordingly, the total dividend for the year under
review amounts to Rs.3.10 per share (Rs 2.95 per
Related Party Transactions Review Committee share for the year ended 31st March 2015).

The Related Party Transactions Review Committee Auditors


comprises of three Independent Non Executive
Directors and the Managing Director; Messrs PriceawaterhouseCoopers, Chartered
Accountants served as the Auditors during the year
Mr. G T Fazleabas under review and being eligible are recommended
Mr.A C Yahiyakhan for re-appointment as the Auditors of the Company,
Mr. T A Akbarally at the Annual General Meeting. The Auditors do not
Mr. B V Selvanayagam have any other relationship with the Company other
than as Auditors of the Company who have also
The Report of the Related Party Transactions Review provided certain non audit services.
Committee is given separately in the Annual Report
detailing the functions and duties of the Committee. A total amount of Rs. 372,300/-is payable by the
Company to the auditors for the year under review,
Internal Controls comprising Rs 295,800 as audit fees and Rs 76,500
The Board through delegation to the Audit Committee for non audit services. The details of the fee payable
ensures that the Company maintains a sound system to the Auditors have been set out under the Note 7 to
of Internal Controls to safeguard investments and the financial statements.
Company assets. Therefore, the Audit Committee Donations
conducts a review of the effectiveness of the
Companys system of internal controls. During the year under review, the Company did not
make any donations.
Company Secretary
Statutory Payments
The Company Secretary ensures that Board
procedures are followed and that applicable The Directors confirm that, to the best of their
rules and regulations are complied with. The knowledge, all taxes, duties and levies payable by
Company Secretary also liaises with the CSE on all the company, all contribution, levies and taxes
of the Companys communications. The Company payable on behalf of and in respect of the employees
Secretary is also responsible for informing of the of the company and all other known statutory dues
General Meetings to the Shareholders and for as at the reporting period have been paid or, were
accurate recording of proxy voting. relevantly provided for.

Major Transactions Contingent Liabilities

The Board of Directors is required to act in There were no material contingent liabilities as at
accordance with section 185 of the Companies Act in the reporting period, except as disclosed in Note 27
regard to major transactions as per the said section to financial statements on page 45.
185. There were no major transactions entered into
by the Company, during the year. Events occurring after the reporting period

Dividends No event has occurred since the reporting date


up to the date of the Auditors Report which would
A final dividend of Rs. 2/- per share was approved by require adjustment to, or disclosure in the financial
the Directors for the year under review and the said statements, except as disclosed under Note 31 to the
dividend would be paid on 19th September 2016. financial statements on page 47.
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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ON THE AFFAIRS


OF THE COMPANY
Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of the Company will be


held on 30th September 2016 at 3.30 p.m. The notice
of the Annual General Meeting appears on page 2.

Mr. Brian Selvanayagam


Managing Director

Ms. T Sarveshwaran
Deputy Managing Director

P W Corporate Secretarial (Pvt) Ltd.


Secretaries

02 September 2016
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT

The composition of the Audit Committee during the External Auditors


year and up to 12th May 2016 was as follows;
The Committee held meetings with the External
Mr. Imran Zahir -Chairman Auditors to discuss the nature, scope and the
-Independent Non Execuitve Director approach of the annual audit. The Committee also
Mr. Nayana Nadeesha Mawilmada (resigned w.e.f. held discussions on matters raised on management
12th May 2016) letters issued by the Auditors. Necessary actions have
-Non Executive Director been taken by the Company in response to the issues
Mr. Gulamhussein T. Fazleabas raised by the Auditors. The Committee has also
-Independent Non Executive Director reviewed the other services provided by the Auditors
to ensure that the independence of the Auditors has
The Audit Committee was reconstituted on 17th not been impaired.
May 2016 and the Committee now comprise of the
following: Risk Management

Mr. Imran Zahir - Chairman The Committee has held discussions with the
-Independent Non Executive Director Sectional Heads to discuss the policies and practices
Mr. Gulamhussein T. Fazleabas related to risk management. The Committee has
-Independent Non Executive Director also reviewed different types of risks attached to
Mr. Abdul Careem Yahiyakhan the Companys business and its operations during
-Independent Non Executive Director the year under consideration with a view to taking
Mr. Tayebally Akbarally appropriate corrective action.
-Independent Non Executive Director
Re-appointment of Auditors
Mr. Imran Zahir is a Member of the Chartered
Institute of Management Accountants, U.K The Committee has recommended to the Board of
Directors that Messrs PricewaterhouseCoopers be re-
The Managing Director, Deputy Managing Director appointed the Auditors for the year ending 31st March
together with the Accountant attend meetings of the 2017 subject to the approval of the shareholders at
Committee by invitation. The External Auditors are the Annual General Meeting. The Audit Committee
requested to be present when required. has also made its recommendations to the Board
of Directors on the fees payable to the Auditors for
Financial Reporting approval by the Board.
The Committee oversees the Companys financial
reporting on behalf of the Board of Directors as part
of its responsibility and have reviewed the Annual
Financial Statements and recommended them to
the Board prior to their issuance. The management
ensures compliance with relevant accounting Imran Zahir
standards when preparing the Financial Statements.
Chairman - Audit Committee
Compliance with Laws & Regulations
02 September 2016
The Committee has reviewed the reports submitted
by the management on the state of Compliance
with applicable laws and regulations and statutory
payment made by the Company and ensured that all
requirements are adhered to.
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REMUNERATION COMMITTEE REPORT

The Company's remuneration policy is an indiscriminative policy irrespective of race, religion or gender which
has been developed to attract, motivate and retain good qualitative staff to achieve the goals and objectives
of the Company.

The Remuneration Committee comprises of the following members:

Dr. Shabbir A Gulamhusein - Chairman Non Executive Director


Mr. Abdul Careem Yahiyakhan Independent Non Executive Director
Mr. Aboobucker Mohamed Rakeeb Independent Non Executive Director (Resigned w.e.f 02.09.2016)

During the year the committee carried out the following functions:

* Reviewing the remuneration of the Executive and Non-Executive Directors.

* Evaluating the performance of key positions of the senior management against set goals and determining
the basis for revising remuneration and other benefits.

* Recommending the policy governing annual increments to staff.

* Reviewing of salary structure and payment of bonus to the staff.

Dr. Shabbir A Gulamhusein


Chairman - Remuneration Committee
02 September 2016
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RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS


REVIEW COMMITTEE REPORT
THE ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Ensure that all transactions with related parties
are in the best interest of all shareholders and
The Related Party Transactions Review Committee adequate transparency is maintained.
(the Committee) is tasked with reviewing all
Related Party Transactions of the Company in Establish guidelines and policies for the
Compliance with section 9 of the Listing Rules of the management and reporting of related party
Colombo Stock Exchange. transactions.

The Committee reviews and pre-approves all


proposed non-recurrent Related Party Transactions
of the Company. Further, the Committee reviews all
recurrent Related Party Transactions on a quarterly
basis to ensure compliance with the limits and
reporting guidelines specified by the Listing Rules. T. A . Akbarally
Chairman
RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS REVIEW Related Party Transactions Review Committee
COMMITTEE COMPOSITION

The Committee comprises of three (03) Independent


Non-Executive Directors and one(01) Executive 02 September 2016
Director. The members of the Related Party
Transactions Review Committee are

Mr. T A Akbarally - Chairman - Independent Non-


Executive Director
Mr. G T Fazleabas - Member- Independent Non-
Executive Director
Mr. A C Yahiyakhan - Member -Independent Non-
Executive Director
Mr. B V Selvanayagam- Member - Managing Director.

KEY ACTIVITIES OF THE RELATED PARTY


TRANSACTIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE:

Review and pre-approve all non-recurrent


related party transactions of the Company prior
to approval by the Board of Directors.

Review all related party transactions to ensure


that they are in the best interests of the Company.

Ensure that all reporting requirements of the


Listing Rules are met.

Update the Board of Directors on the Related


Party Transactions of the Company.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
15 Annual Report 2015/2016

STATEMENT OF DIRECTORS RESPONSIBILITY FOR PREPARATION


OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
The Directors are required by the Companies Act, They are also responsible for taking measures to
No.7 of 2007 to prepare financial statements for each safeguard the assets of the Company and in that
financial year, which give a true and fair view of the context to have proper regard to the establishment
state of affairs of the Company as at the end of the of appropriate systems of internal control with a
financial year and the income and expenditure of view to prevention and detection of fraud and other
the Company for the financial year. irregularities.

The Directors are also responsible to ensure that the The Board of Directors is of the opinion that it has
financial statements comply with the regulations discharged its responsibilities as set out above.
made under the Companies Act, which specifies the
form and content of financial statements and any The Directors are also confident that the Company
other requirements which apply to the Companys has adequate resources to continue in operation and
financial statements under any other law. have applied the going concern basis in preparing
the financial statements.
The Directors ensure that the financial statements
presented in this Annual Report have been prepared
using appropriate accounting policies, consistently
applied and supported by reasonable and prudent By Order of the Board
judgments and estimates and in compliance with the ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Sri Lanka Accounting Standards (SLFRS and LKAS)
issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of
Sri Lanka, Companies Act, No.7 of 2007 and the Sri
Lanka Accounting and Auditing Standards Act No.15
of 1995.
Brian Selvanayagam
The Directors are responsible for ensuring that the Managing Director
Company keeps sufficient accounting records, which
discloses the financial position of the Company with
reasonable accuracy, which will enable them to have 02 September 2016
the financial statements prepared and presented as Colombo
aforesaid.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 16

Independent Auditor's Report


To the Shareholders of On'ally Holdings PLC
Report on the financial statements
1 We have audited the accompanying financial statements of Onally Holdings PLC, which comprise the
statement of financial position as at 31 March 2016, and the statements of comprehensive income,
changes in equity and cash flows for the year then ended, and a summary of significant accounting
policies and other explanatory information as set out in pages 17 to 47.

Managements Responsibility for the Financial Statements

2 Management is responsible for the preparation of financial statements that give a true and fair view
in accordance with Sri Lanka Accounting Standards, and for such internal control as management
determines is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements that are free from material
misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.

Auditors Responsibility

3 Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit. We
conducted our audit in accordance with Sri Lanka Auditing Standards. Those Standards require that
we comply with ethical requirements and plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance
about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement.

4 An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures
in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditors judgment, including
the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to
fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers the internal control relevant
to the entitys preparation of financial statements that give a true and fair view in order to design
audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing
an opinion on the effectiveness of the entitys internal control. An audit also includes evaluating the
appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by
management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements.

5 We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for
our audit opinion.

Opinion

6 In our opinion the financial statements give a true and fair view of the financial position of Onally
Holdings PLC as at 31 March 2016, and its financial performance and cash flows for the year then ended
in accordance with Sri Lanka Accounting Standards.

Report on other Legal and Regulatory Requirements

7 These financial statements also comply with the requirements of Section 151 (2) of the Companies Act,
No. 07 of 2007.

02 September 2016
COLOMBO
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
17 Annual Report 2015/2016

STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME


(all amounts in Sri Lanka Rupees)

Note Year ended 31 March


2016 2015

Revenue 5 122,784,299 116,957,020


Other operating income 6 24,512,238 23,426,560
Operating expenses 7 (60,728,339) (57,539,821)
Operating profit 86,568,198 82,843,759
Finance income 9 15,451,181 15,014,931
Fair value gain on investment property 15 378,523,032 3,640,563
Profit before tax 480,542,411 101,499,253
Tax 10 (150,089,550) (11,793,721)
Profit for the year 330,452,861 89,705,532
Other Comprehensive Income
Items that will not be reclassified to profit or loss
Actuarial gain on remeasurements of
post employment benefit obligations 24 2,358,722 392,319
Gains on revaluation of building 22 16,553,685 1,783,660
Tax on other comprehensive income 10 (3,309,671) (261,117)
Total other comprehensive income for the year - net of tax 15,602,736 1,914,862
Total comprehensive income for the year
346,055,597 91,620,394
Earnings per share 11 18.88 5.13
Earnings per share - basic (exclusive of fair value gain) 11 5.13 4.98

The Notes on pages 21 to 47 form an integral part of these financial statements.


Independent Auditors report on page 16.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 18

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION


(all amounts in Sri Lanka Rupees)

Note As at 31 March
2016 2015

ASSETS
Non-current assets
Property, plant and equipment 13 47,450,823 32,084,614
Intangible assets 14 328,927 -
Investment property 15 1,681,000,000 1,298,154,296
1,728,779,750 1,330,238,910
Current assets
Inventories 17 - 8,883
Trade and other receivables 18 15,256,871 9,749,534
Short term Investments 19 - 197,630,699
Cash and cash equivalents 20 264,974,225 27,173,151
280,231,096 234,562,267
Total assets 2,009,010,846 1,564,801,177

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES


Capital and reserves
Stated capital 21 175,007,700 175,007,700
Revaluation reserve 22 39,990,241 27,054,828
Retained earnings 1,402,234,497 1,120,741,585
1,617,232,438 1,322,804,113
Non-current liabilities
Trade and other payables 23 56,308,176 24,481,302
Retirement benefit obligations 24 5,460,526 7,096,129
Deferred income tax liability 25 300,696,433 158,367,606
362,465,135 189,945,037
Current liabilities
Trade and other payables 23 26,961,997 48,881,003
Income tax payables 26 2,351,276 3,171,024
29,313,273 52,052,027
Total liabilities 391,778,408 241,997,064
Total equity and liabilities 2,009,010,846 1,564,801,177

I certify that these financial statements have been prepared in compliance with the requirements of the Companies
Act, No. 07 of 2007.

Accountant
02 September 2016

The Board of Directors is responsible for the preparation and presentation of these financial statements. These
financial statements were authorised for issue by Board of Directors on 02 September 2016.


Managing Director Deputy Managing Director
02 September 2016 02 September 2016
The Notes on pages 21 to 47 form an integral part of these financial statements.
Independent Auditors report on page 16.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
19 Annual Report 2015/2016

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY


(all amounts in Sri Lanka Rupees)

Note Stated Revaluation Retained Total


capital reserve earnings

Balance at 1 April 2014 175,007,700 27,882,263 1,077,295,912 1,280,185,875


Profit for the year - - 89,705,532 89,705,532
Other comprehensive
income for the year - 1,569,621 345,241 1,914,862

Total comprehensive
income for the year - 1,569,621 90,050,773 91,620,394

Depreciation transfer 22 - (2,397,056) 2,397,056 -


Dividends paid
- 2014 12 - - (29,751,309) (29,751,309)
- 2015 12 - - (19,250,847) (19,250,847)

Total transactions with owners,


recognised directly in equity - (2,397,056) (46,605,100) (49,002,156)

Balance as at 31 March 2015 175,007,700 27,054,828 1,120,741,585 1,322,804,113

Balance at 1 April 2015 175,007,700 27,054,828 1,120,741,585 1,322,804,113

Profit for the year - - 330,452,861 330,452,861

Other comprehensive
income for the year - 13,656,790 1,945,946 15,602,736
Total comprehensive
income for the year - 13,656,790 332,398,807 346,055,597
Depreciation transfer 22 - (721,377) 721,377 -
Dividends paid
- 2015 12 - - (32,376,425) (32,376,425)
- 2016 12 - - (19,250,847) (19,250,847)
Total transactions with owners,
recognised directly in equity - (721,377) (50,905,895) (51,627,272)

Balance at 31 March 2016 175,007,700 39,990,241 1,402,234,497 1,617,232,438

The Notes on pages 21 to 47 form an integral part of these financial statements.


Independent Auditors report on page 16.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 20

STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS


(all amounts in Sri Lanka Rupees)

31 March
Note 2016 2015

Cash flows from operating activities


Cash generated from operations 29 93,875,494 92,476,344
Interest received 15,266,727 17,557,295
Tax paid 26 (11,890,142) (8,298,071)
Retirement benefit obligations paid 24 (418,400) (67,500)
Net cash generated from operating activities 96,833,679 101,668,068

Cash flows from investing activities


Purchase of property, plant and equipment 13 (339,120) (109,728)
Purchase of intangible assets 14 (374,240) -
Upgrading expenses of investment property 15 (4,322,672) (107,290)
Net investments in fixed deposits 197,630,699 (33,739,481)
Net cash generated from investing activities 192,594,667 (33,956,499)

Cash flows from financing activities


Dividends paid 12 (51,627,272) (49,002,156)
Net cash used in financing activities (51,627,272) (49,002,156)

Increase in cash and cash equivalents 237,801,074 18,709,413

Movement in cash and cash equivalents


At beginning of the year 27,173,151 8,463,738
Increase 237,801,074 18,709,413
At end of the year 20 264,974,225 27,173,151

The Notes on pages 21 to 47 form an integral part of these financial statements.


Independent Auditors report on page 16.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
21 Annual Report 2015/2016

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS


(In the notes all amounts are shown in Sri Lanka Rupees unless otherwise stated)

1 General information 2.2 Changes in accounting policy and


disclosures
The Company is a public limited liability
Company which was incorporated under (a) New accounting standards,
the Companies Ordinance No.51 of 1938 amendments and interpretations
as a public limited Company on the 25th adopted in 2015
June 1982, which obtained the certificate
to commence business on 25 th August
1982. The Company listed on the Colombo The following standards have been
Stock Exchange on 25th April 1991 and re - adopted by the Company and the Group
registered as per the Companies Act, No7 of for the first time with effect from financial
2007 on 13th December 2007 under the new year beginning on 1 April 2015.
number PQ 107. The registered office of the
Company is situated at Unit 603, 4th Floor, No. (i) Amendment to LKAS 1 - Financial
02, Galle Road, Colombo 4. Statement Presentation, regarding other
comprehensive income. The main change
The principal activity of the Company is resulting from these amendments is a
property development / real estate. requirement for entities to group items
presented in Other Comprehensive
2 Summary of significant accounting policies Income (OCI) on the basis of whether
The principal accounting policies applied in they are potentially reclassifiable to profit
the preparation of these financial statements or loss subsequently (reclassification
are set out below. These policies have been adjustments).
consistently applied to all the years presented
(ii) Amendment to SLFRS 13 - Fair value
unless otherwise stated.
measurement, confirms that short-term
2.1 Basis of preparation receivables and payables can continue
to be measured at invoice amounts if
The financial statements of the Company the impact of discounting is immaterial.
have been prepared in accordance with SLFRS 13 also clarifies that the portfolio
Sri Lanka Accounting Standards (SLFRS/ exception in the standard (measuring
LKAS), which comprises Sri Lanka the fair value of a group of financial
Financial Reporting Standards (SLFRSs), assets and financial liabilities on a net
Sri Lanka Accounting Standards (LKASs), basis) applies to all contracts within the
relevant interpretations of the Standards scope of LKAS 39 - Financial Instruments:
Interpretations Committee (SIC) and Recognition and Measurement.
International Financial Reporting
Interpretations which are collectively (iii) Amendment to LKAS 24 - Related Party
referred to as SLFRSs. The Company has Disclosures, where an entity receives
consistently applied the accounting management personnel services from
policies throughout all periods presented, a third party (a management entity),
as if these policies had always been in the fees paid for those services must be
effect. disclosed by the reporting entity, but the
compensation paid by the management
These financial statements have been entity to its employees or directors.
prepared under the historical cost
convention, except for the measurement (iv) Amendment to LKAS 19 - Employee
of investment property and the building Benefits, clarifies the accounting for
under property, plant and equipment defined benefit plans that require
at fair value and retirement benefit employees or third parties to contribute
obligation at the present value of the towards the cost of the benefits. The
obligation. amendment distinguishes between
contributions that are linked to service
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

only in the period in which they arise for hedge effectiveness by replacing the
and those linked to service in more bright line hedge effectiveness tests.
than one period. The objective of the It requires an economic relationship
amendment is to simplify the accounting between the hedged item and hedging
for contributions that are independent instrument and for the hedged ratio to be
of the number of years of employee the same as the one management actually
service. Entities with plans that require use for risk management purposes.
contributions that vary with service will Contemporaneous documentation is still
be required to recognise the benefit of required but is different to that currently
those contributions over employees prepared under LKAS 39. The standard
working lives. is effective for accounting periods
beginning on or after 1 April 2018. Early
(v) Amendment to LKAS 16 - Property, adoption is permitted. The Company and
plant and Equipment and LKAS - 38 - the Group is yet to assess the full impact
Intangible Assets, clarify how the gross of SLFRS 9.
carrying amount and accumulated
depreciation are treated where an entity (ii) SLFRS 15 - Revenue from Contracts
measures its assets at revalued amounts. with Customers, deals with revenue
recognition and establishes principles
(b) New accounting standards, amendments
for reporting useful information to
and interpretations issued but not yet
users of financial statements about the
adopted
nature, amount, timing and uncertainty
(i) SLFRS 9 - Financial Instruments, of revenue and cash flows arising from
addresses the classification, an entitys contracts with customers.
measurement and recognition of Revenue is recognized when a customer
financial assets and financial liabilities. obtains control of a good or service and
The complete version of SLFRS 9 was thus has the ability to direct the use and
issued in July 2014. It replaces the obtain the benefits from the good or
guidance in LKAS 39 that relates to the service. The standard replaces LKAS 18
classification and measurement of and LKAS 11 and related interpretations.
financial instruments. SLFRS 9 retains This standard will be effective for annual
but simplifies the mixed measurement periods beginning on or after 1 April 2018
model and establishes three primary and earlier application is permitted.
measurement categories for financial
(iii) Amendments to LKAS 16 - Property, Plant
assets: amortized cost, fair value through
and Equipment and LKAS 38, Intangible
OCI and fair value through profit or loss.
Assets, clarify that a revenue-based
The basis of classification depends on
method of depreciation or amortisation
the entitys business model and the
is generally not appropriate. The
contractual cash flow characteristics of
amendments are effective for accounting
the financial asset. Investments in equity
periods beginning on or after 1 January
instruments are required to be measured
2016.
at fair value through profit or loss with
the irrevocable option at inception to (iv) Amendments to LKAS 19 - Employee
present changes in fair value in OCI not Benefits, clarify that when determining
recycling. There is now a new expected the discount rate for post-employment
credit losses model that replaces the benefit obligations, it is the currency that
incurred loss impairment model used the liabilities are denominated in that
in LKAS 39. For financial liabilities there is important and not the country where
were no changes to classification and they arise. The amendments are effective
measurement except for the recognition for accounting periods beginning on or
of changes in own credit risk in other after 1 January 2016.
comprehensive income, for liabilities
designated at fair value through profit (v) Amendments to LKAS 1 - Presentation
or loss. IFRS 9 relaxes the requirements of Financial Statements, amendments
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

are made in the context of the IASBs bringing the asset to a working condition for
Disclosure Initiative, which explores its intended use, and the costs of dismantling
how financial statement disclosures and removing the items and restoring the site
can be improved. The amendments on which they are located.
provide clarifications on a number
of issues, including: materiality, Increases in the carrying amount arising
on revaluation of land and buildings are
disaggregation and subtotals, notes to
credited to other comprehensive income and
the financial statements and OCI arising
shown as other reserves in shareholders
from investments accounted for under
equity. Decreases that offset previous
the equity method. The amendments
increases of the same asset are charged in
are effective for accounting periods
other comprehensive income and debited
beginning on or after 1 January 2016.
against other reserves directly in equity; all
There are no other standards or IFRIC other decreases are charged to the income
interpretations that are not yet effective that statement. Each year the difference between
would be expected to have a material impact depreciation based on the revalued carrying
to the Company. amount of the asset charged to the income
statement, and depreciation based on the
2.3 Foreign currencies assets original cost is transferred from other
reserves to retained earnings.
(a) Functional and presentation currency
2.4.2 Subsequent costs
Items included in the financial statements of
the Company is measured using the currency Subsequent costs are included in the assets
of the primary economic environment in carrying amount or recognised as a separate
which the entity operates (the functional asset, as appropriate, only when it is probable
currency). The financial statements are that future economic benefits associated
presented in Sri Lankan Rupees, which is with the item will flow to the Company
the Companys functional and presentation and the cost of the item can be measured
currency. reliably. The carrying amount of the replaced
part is derecognised. All other repairs and
2.4 Property, plant and equipment maintenance are charged to the income
statement during the financial period in
2.4.1 Recognition and measurement which they are incurred.
Property, plant and equipment are recognised 2.4.3 Derecognition
if it is probable that future economic benefits
associated with the assets will flow to the The carrying amount of an item of property,
Company and the cost of the asset can be plant and equipment is derecognised on
measured reliably. All property, plant and disposal or when no future economic benefits
equipment are initially recorded at cost. The are expected from its use or disposal. Gains
cost includes expenditure that is directly and losses on disposals are determined by
attributable to the acquisition of assets. comparing proceeds with carrying amount
Buildings are subsequently shown at market and are included in operating profit. When
value, based on the valuation done by an revalued assets are sold, the amounts
external independent valuer, less subsequent included in other reserves are transferred to
depreciation for such property. Valuations are retained earnings.
performed with sufficient regularity to ensure
that the fair value of a revalued asset does not 2.4.4 Depreciation
differ materially from its carrying amount.
Any accumulated depreciation at the date of Depreciation is calculated on the straight-
revaluation is eliminated against the gross line method to write off the cost of each asset
carrying amount of the asset, and the net to their residual values over their estimated
amount is restated to the revalued amount useful lives.
of the asset. The self-constructed assets
includes the cost of materials, direct labour Depreciation of an asset begins when it is
and any other costs directly attributable to available for use and ceases at the earlier of the
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date that the asset is classified as held for sale Investment properties are derecognised when
and the date that the asset is discontinued. they have been disposed. Any gain or loss
Land is not depreciated. Depreciation on arising from a change in fair value or from
other assets is calculated using the straight- the retirement or disposal of an investment
line method to allocate their cost or revalued property is recognized in the Statement of
amounts to their residual values over their Comprehensive income. Rental income from
estimated useful lives, as follows: investment property is accounted for as
described in note 2.21 (a).
Buildings 8 - 25 years
Machinery 4 - 12 years When an item of property, plant and
Office equipment and tools 4 years equipment is transferred to investment
Furniture and fittings 4 years property following a change in its use, any
Motor vehicles 4 years differences between the carrying amount
and the fair value of the item arising at the
These assets residual values and useful lives date of transfer is recognised directly in
are reviewed and adjusted if appropriate. equity if it is a gain. Upon disposal of the
Where the carrying amount of an asset item, the gain is transferred to retained
is greater than its estimated recoverable earnings. Any loss arising in this manner is
amount, it is written down immediately to its recognized immediately in the Statement of
recoverable amount. comprehensive income.

2.5 Investment property If an investment property becomes owner-


occupied, it is reclassified as property, plant
Property that is held for long-term rental and equipment and its fair value at the
yields or for capital appreciation or both, date of reclassification becomes its cost for
and that is not occupied by the Company, is subsequent accounting purposes. Investment
classified as investment property. property that is being redeveloped for
continued future use as investment property
Investment property is measured initially at continues to be measured at fair value and
its cost, including related transaction costs. is not reclassified as property, plant and
After initial recognition, investment property equipment during the redevelopment.
is carried at fair value, based on active
market prices, adjusted, if necessary, for any 2.6 Impairment of non-financial assets
difference in the nature, location or condition
of the specific asset, determined annually by Assets that have an indefinite useful life
the Board of Directors with the assistance or assets not ready to use are not subject
of an independent qualified valuer. The fair to amortization and are tested annually
value of investment property reflects, among for impairment. Assets that are subject to
other things, rental income from current amortization are reviewed for impairment
leases and assumptions about rental income whenever events or changes in circumstances
from future leases in the light of current indicate that the carrying amount may not be
market conditions. recoverable. An impairment loss is recognised
for the amount by which the assets carrying
Subsequent expenditure is capitalised to amount exceeds its recoverable amount. The
the assets carrying amount only when it recoverable amount is the higher of an assets
is probable that future economic benefits fair value less cost to sell and value in use. For
associated with the expenditure will flow the purposes of assessing impairment, assets
to the Company and the cost of the item are grouped at the lowest levels for which
can be measured reliably. All other repairs there are largely independent cash flows
and maintenance costs are expensed when (cash generating units).
incurred. When part of an investment 2.7 Financial assets
property replaced, the carrying amount of the
replaced part is derecognised. 2.7.1 Classification
Changes in fair values are recognised in The Company classifies its financial assets in
the Statement of comprehensive income. the following categories: at fair value through
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profit or loss, loans and receivables, available evidence that financial assets are impaired. A
for sale and held to maturity. The classification financial asset is impaired and impairment
depends on the purpose for which the losses are incurred only if there is objective
financial assets were acquired. Management evidence of impairment as a result of one or
determines the classification of its financial more events that occurred after the initial
assets at initial recognition and re-evaluates recognition of the asset (a loss event) and
this designation at every reporting date. At that loss event (or events) has an impact
the reporting date there were no financial on the estimated future cash flows of the
assets at fair value through profit or loss and financial asset that can be reliably estimated.
available for sale investments.
Evidence of impairment may include
(a) Loans and receivables indications that the debtors or group of
Loans and receivables are non-derivative debtors are experiencing significant financial
financial assets with fixed or determinable difficulty, the probability that they will enter
payments that are not quoted in an active bankruptcy or other financial reorganisation,
market. The Companys financial assets and where observable data indicate that there
consist of loans and receivables. Financial is a measurable decrease in the estimated
future cash flows, such as changes in arrears
assets recognised in the statement of financial
or economic conditions that correlate with
position as trade and other receivables,
defaults.
investments in fixed deposits with maturity of
more than three months and less than twelve For loans and receivables category, the amount
months are classified as loans and receivables. of the loss is measured as the difference
They are recognised initially at fair value and between the assets carrying amount and the
subsequently measured at amortised cost less present value of estimated future cash flows
provision for impairment. (excluding future credit losses that have not
been incurred) discounted at the financial
2.7.2 Recognition and measurement assets original effective interest rate. The
Regular purchases and sales of financial carrying amount of the asset is reduced and
assets are recognised on the trade-date, i.e. the amount of the loss is recognised in the
the date on which the Company commits income statement.
to purchase or sell the asset. Investments If, in a subsequent period, the amount of
are initially recognized at fair value plus the impairment loss decreases and the
transaction costs. Financial assets are decrease can be related objectively to an
derecognised when the rights to receive cash event occurring after the impairment was
flows from the investments have expired or recognised, the reversal of the previously
have been transferred and the Company has recognised impairment loss is recognised in
transferred substantially all risks and rewards the income statement.
of ownership. Loans and receivables are
subsequently carried at amortised cost using 2.10 Financial liabilities
the effective interest method.
The Companys financial liabilities consist of
2.8 Offsetting financial instruments trade and other payables. Trade payables are
obligations to pay for goods or services that
Financial assets and liabilities are offset and have been acquired in the ordinary course of
the net amount reported in the statement business from suppliers. Trade payables are
of financial position when there is a legally classified as current liabilities if payment is
enforceable right to offset the recognised due within one year or less (or in the normal
amounts and there is an intention to settle on operating cycle of the business if longer).
a net basis or realize the asset and settle the If not, they are presented as non-current
liability simultaneously. liabilities.

2.9 Impairment of financial assets All financial liabilities are recognised initially
at their fair values and subsequently measured
Assets carried at amortised cost at amortised cost, using the effective interest
method, unless the effect of discounting
The Company assesses at the end of each would be insignificant, in which case they are
reporting period whether there is an objective stated at cost.
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2.11 Inventories and Measurement, and they are initially


recognised at fair value. The deposit is
Inventories are stated at the lower of cost or subsequently measured at amortised cost.
net realisable value. Cost is determined by the
first-in, first- out (FIFO) method. Net realisable 2.16 Provisions
value is the estimated selling price in the
Provisions are recognised when the Company
ordinary course of business, less applicable
has a present legal or constructive obligation
variable selling expenses.
as a result of past events, it is probable
2.12 Trade receivables that an outflow of resources embodying
economic benefits will be required to settle
Trade receivables mainly consist of rental the obligation, and a reliable estimate of
amounts due from customers in the ordinary the amount of the obligation can be made.
course of business. If collection is expected in Provisions are not recognised for future
one year or less (or in the normal operating operating losses.
cycle of the business if longer), they are
classified as current assets. If not, they are Where there are a number of similar
presented as non-current assets. obligations, the likelihood that an outflow
will be required in settlement is determined
Trade receivables are recognised initially by considering the class of obligations as
at fair value and subsequently measured at a whole. A provision is recognised even if
amortised cost using the effective interest the likelihood of an outflow with respect to
method, less provision for impairment. any one item included in the same class of
2.13 Cash and cash equivalents obligations may be small.

In the statement of cash flows, cash and cash 2.17 Current income tax
equivalents includes cash in hand, deposits The tax expense for the period comprises
held with banks and other short-term highly
current and deferred tax. Tax is recognised in
liquid investments with original maturities
the Statement of Income, except to the extent
of three months or less and bank overdrafts.
that it relates to items recognised in other
In the statement of financial position, bank
comprehensive income or directly in equity.
overdrafts are shown within borrowings in
In this case, the tax is also recognised in other
current liabilities.
comprehensive income or directly in equity,
2.14 Share capital respectively.

Ordinary shares are classified as equity. The current income tax charge is calculated
Dividend distributed to the Companys on the basis of the tax laws enacted or
shareholders is recognised as a liability in the substantively enacted at the statement of
period in which the dividends are approved by financial position date in the country where
the Companys directors as empowered by the the Company operates and generates taxable
Articles of Association of the Company. income. Management periodically evaluates
positions taken in tax returns with respect to
2.15 Trade payables situations in which applicable tax regulation
Trade and other payables are recognised is subject to interpretation. It establishes
initially at fair value and subsequently provisions here appropriate on the basis
measured at amortised cost using the effective of amounts expected to be paid to the tax
interest method. authorities.

Company obtains deposits from tenants as 2.18 Deferred income tax


a guarantee for returning the property at
the end of the lease term in a specified good Deferred income tax is recognised on
condition amounting to rental payments temporary differences arising between the
for a period of 6 months. Such deposits are tax bases of assets and liabilities and their
treated as financial liabilities in accordance with carrying amounts in the financial statements.
LKAS 39 - Financial instruments Recognition However, deferred income tax is not accounted
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

for if it arises from initial recognition of an 2.19.2 Defined benefit plan - Gratuity
asset or liability in a transaction other than a
Defined benefit plans define an amount of
business combination that at the time of the
benefit that an employee will receive on
transaction affects neither accounting nor
retirement, usually dependent on one or
taxable profit or loss. Deferred income tax is
more factors such as age, years of service and
determined using tax rates (and laws) that
compensation.
have been enacted or substantially enacted by
the end of reporting period and are expected The Company has adopted a defined benefit
to apply when the related deferred income tax plan as required under the Payment of
asset is realised or the deferred income tax Gratuity Act No. 12 of 1983 for all eligible
liability is settled. employees.

Deferred income tax assets are recognised The liability recognised in the statement
only to the extent that it is probable that future of financial position in respect of defined
taxable profit will be available against which benefit plans is the present value of the
the temporary differences can be utilised. defined benefit obligation as at the date
of the Statement of financial position. The
Deferred income tax assets and liabilities are defined benefit obligation is calculated
offset when there is a legally enforceable right annually by the Company using the projected
to offset current tax assets against current unit credit method prescribed in LKAS 19 -
tax liabilities and when the deferred income Employee Benefits. The present value of the
taxes assets and liabilities relate to income defined benefit obligation is determined by
taxes levied by the same taxation authority discounting the estimated future cash flows
on either the same taxable entity or different using the interest rates of Government bonds
taxable entities where there is an intention to that are denominated in the currency in
settle the balances on a net basis. which the benefits will be paid, and that have
terms to maturity approximating to the terms
2.19 Employee benefits of the related pension liability.
2.19.1 Defined contribution plans The current service cost of the defined benefit
plan, recognised in the Statement of income
Defined contribution plan is a post in employee benefit expense, except where
employment plan under which an entity pays included in the cost of an asset, reflects the
fixed contribution into a separate entity and increase in the defined benefit resulting from
will have no legal or constructive obligation employee service in the current year, benefits
to pay a further amount. Obligations for changes, curtailments and settlements.
contributions to defined contribution plans
are recognised as an expense in the income Past service costs are recognised immediately
statement as and when they are due. Prepaid in the Statement of income.
contributions are recognised as an asset to
The net interest cost is calculated by applying
the extent that a cash refund or a reduction in
the discount rate to the net balance of the
the future payments is available.
defined benefit obligations. This cost is
(i) Employees Provident Fund contributions included in employee benefit expense in the
Statement of income.
All employees of the Company are members
of the Employees Provident Fund to which Acturials gains and losses arising from
the Company contributes 15% of the salary of experience adjustments and changes in
each employee. actuarial assumptions are charged or credited
to other comprehensive income in the period
(ii) Employees Trust Fund contributions in which they arise.

The Company contributes 3% of the salary of Under the Payment of Gratuity Act No.12 of
each employee to the Employees Trust Fund. 1983, the liability to an employee arises only
on completion of 5 years of continued service.
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

2.20 Segment information 2.24 Comparatives

Management has determined renting of Where necessary, comparative figures have


investment property as one whole operating been adjusted to conform with change in
segment, and accordingly these financial presentation in the current year.
statements do not provide information by
segment. 3 Financial Risk Management

2.21 Revenue recognition 3.1 Financial risks factors

Revenue is measured at the fair value of the The Companys activities expose it to a variety
consideration received or receivable, and of financial risks: market risk (including
represents an amount receivable for goods currency risk, fair value interest rate risk, cash
supplied, services performed and stated net flow interest rate risk and price risk), credit
of discounts, taxes and levies. The Company risk and liquidity risk. The risk management
recognises revenue when the amount of function within the Company is carried out
revenue can be reliably measured; when it is in respect of financial risks. Financial risks
probable that future economic benefits will are risks arising from financial instruments
flow to the entity and when specific criteria to which the Company is exposed during or
have been met for Companys activities as at the end of the reporting period. Financial
described below: risk comprises market risk arising from
interest rate risk, credit risk and liquidity risk.
(a) Rental income The primary objectives of the financial risk
management function are to establish risk
Rental income earned from commercial units limits, and then ensure that exposure to risks
rented to tenants are recognised on an accrual stays within these limits.
basis.
The Companys overall risk management
(b) Other income programme focuses on the unpredictability
of financial markets and seeks to minimise
Other income is recognised on an accrual
potential adverse effects on the Companys
basis.
financial performance. The Board of Directors
2.22 Interest income involve in the risk management and provides
the principles for overall risk management
Interest income is recognised using the covering specific areas, such as interest rate
effective interest method. risk, credit risk and investing excess liquidity.
2.23 Dividend 3.1.1 Market risks
Dividends are recognised when they become Market risk is the risk that the fair value or
legally payable. Dividend distribution to the future cash flows of a financial instrument
Companys shareholders is recognised as a will fluctuate because of changes in market
liability in the Companys financial statements prices. The Companys market risks arise only
in the period in which the dividends are from the open positions in interest-bearing
approved by the Companys directors as assets, to the extent that these are exposed to
empowered by the Articles of Association of general and specific market movements.
the Company. If the dividends are declared
after the reporting period but before the Management sets limits on the exposure to
financial statements are authorised for issue, interest rate risk that may be accepted, which
the dividends are not recognised as a liability are monitored on a monthly basis. However,
at the end of the reporting period. The details the use of this approach does not prevent
of dividends are detailed in Note 12. losses outside of these limits in the event of
more significant market movements.
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Sensitivities to interest risks included below fixed deposits are agreed only with financial
are based on a change in one factor while institutions with a credit ratings of BB+ or
holding all other factors constant. In practice, better. The credit quality is further analysed in
this is unlikely to occur, and changes in some Note 16.
of the factors may be correlated.
3.1.3 Liquidity risks
(i) Foreign exchange risk
Prudent liquidity risk management implies
The Company has no exposure to foreign maintaining sufficient cash to meet the
exchange risk as it does not hold any foreign financial commitments. The table below
currency denominated assets or liabilities. analyses the companys financial liabilities
into relevant maturity groupings based on the
(ii) Price risk remaining period at the statement of financial
position date to the contractual maturity date.
The Company has no exposure to price risk
The amounts disclosed in the table are the
as it does not hold any equity securities or
contractual undiscounted cash flows.
commodities.

(iii) Cash flow and fair value interest rate risk

As the Companys interest-bearing assets


generate significant amounts of interest,
changes in market interest rates have
significant direct effect on the Companys
income. The Companys interest rate risk
principally arises from the fixed interest
bearing investments in fixed deposits.

The Company does not have any interest


bearing borrowings.

3.1.2 Credit risk

Credit risk is the risk that one party to a


financial instrument will cause a financial
loss for the other party by failing to discharge
an obligation. The Company has significant
concentrations of credit risk in relation to the
receivables from tenants. Credit risk arises
from cash and cash equivalents and fixed
deposits held at banks and trade receivables,
including rental receivables. Credit risk
arising from the rent receivables is subject
to monthly review and also to minimise
the exposure to risk of default, a refundable
deposit is taken at the award of the contract.
The Company has policies in place to ensure
that rental contracts are entered into only
with tenants with an appropriate credit
history, and the Company monitors the credit
quality of receivables on an ongoing basis.
Cash balances are held and investments in
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

The maturity analysis of financial liabilities at 31 March 2016 and 2015 are as follows:

At 31 March 2016
From 1
Less than month to From 3 to 12
1 month 3 months months 1 to 2 years 2 to 5 years
Rental deposits - - 19,272,353 56,308,176 -
Trade and other
payables [excluding
statutory liabilities] 2,697,593 - 3,481,142 - -
2,697,593 - 22,753,495 56,308,176 -

At 31 March 2015
From 1
Less than month to From 3 to 12
1 month 3 months months 1 to 2 years 2 to 5 years
Rental deposits - - 42,069,721 24,481,302 -
Trade and other
payables [ excluding
statutory liabilities] 2,048,328 - 3,303,108 - -
2,048,328 - 45,372,829 24,481,302 -

3.1.4 Capital risk management


Consistent with others in the industry, the
The Companys objectives when managing company monitors capital on the basis of
capital are to safeguard the Companys ability the gearing ratio. This ratio is calculated as
to continue as a going concern in order to net debt divided by total capital. Net debt is
provide returns for shareholders and benefits calculated as total borrowings (including
for other stakeholders and to maintain an current and non current borrowings as
optimal capital structure to reduce the cost of shown in the statement of financial position)
capital. less cash and cash equivalents. Total capital
is calculated as equity as shown in the
statement of financial position plus net debt.

The Company was operated as a non geared company in the financial year 2015 and 2016.

31 March
2016 2015

Total borrowings - -
Less - investments in fixed deposits [Note 19] - (197,630,699)
Less - cash and cash equivalents [Note 20] (264,974,225) (27,173,151)
Net debt - -
Total equity 1,617,232,438 1,322,804,113
Total capital 1,617,232,438 1,322,804,113
Gearing ratio - -
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

3 Financial Risk Management (contd) 4.3 Defined benefit obligations

3.2 Fair value estimation The present value of the pension obligations
depends on a number of factors that are
The table below analyses financial instru- determined on the projected unit credit
ments carried at fair value, by valuation method. method using a number of assumptions.
The different levels are defined as follows: The assumption used in determining the
net cost (income) for pensions include the
(a) Quoted prices (unadjusted) in active discount rate. Any change in this assumption
markets for identical assets or liabilities will impact the carrying amount of pension
(Level 1). obligations.
(b) Inputs other than quoted prices The Company determines the appropriate
included within level 1 that discount rate at the end of each year. This is the
are observable for the asset interest rate that should be used to determine
or liability, either directly (that is, as prices) the present value of estimated future cash
or indirectly (that is, derived from prices) outflows expected to be required to settle
(Level 2). the pension obligations. In determining the
appropriate discount rate, the Company
(c) Inputs for the asset or liability that are not
considers the interest rates of high-quality
based on observable market data (that is,
corporate bonds that are denominated in the
unobservable inputs) (Level 3).
currency in which the benefits will be paid, and
4 Critical Accounting Estimates and judgments that have terms to maturity approximating
the terms of the related pension liability.
The Company makes estimates and
assumptions concerning the future. The Other key assumptions for pension
resulting accounting estimates will, by obligations are based in part on current
definition, seldom equal the related actual market conditions. Additional information is
results. The estimates and assumptions that disclosed in Note 24.
have a significant risk of causing a material
4.4 Managements estimation of fair value
adjustment to the carrying amount of assets
and liabilities within the next financial year The valuation was determined principally
are discussed below. using discounted cash flow projections based
on estimates of future cash flows, supported
4.1 Investment property
by the terms of any existing lease and other
The fair value of investment properties is contracts and by external evidence such as
determined by using valuation techniques. current market rents for similar properties in
Further details of the judgements and the same location and condition, and using
assumptions made are disclosed in Note 15. discount rates that reflect current market
assessments of the uncertainty in the amount
4.2 Income taxes and timing of the cash flows. The future
rental rates were estimated depending on
The Company is subject to income taxes in
the actual location, type and quality of the
Sri Lanka. Significant judgment is required in
properties, and taking into account market
determining the provision for income taxes.
data and projections at the valuation date.
There are many transactions and calculations
Investment properties do not include the
for which the ultimate tax determination is
investment properties under construction or
uncertain. Where the final tax outcome of
development and no such estimations were
these matters is different from the amounts
made.
that were initially recorded, such differences
will impact the current and deferred income
tax assets and liabilities in the period in which
such determination is made.
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

5 Revenue
Revenue solely consists of rental income and is shown net of taxes.

6 Other operating income


Year ended 31 March
2016 2015
Rental on hoardings and sign boards 9,364,850 9,562,070
Hire of premises 2,084,200 2,092,875
Electricity fee 1,547,630 1,494,344
Other miscellaneous income 2,730,083 1,904,206
Maintenance services 385,000 360,000
Service charges 8,400,475 8,013,065
24,512,238 23,426,560

7 Operating expenses by nature


The following items have been charged in arriving at operating profit:
Year ended 31 March
2016 2015
Directors emoluments [Note 30 (iv)] 5,635,784 7,447,941
Depreciation on property, plant and equipment [Note 13] 1,526,596 2,410,195
Amortisation on intangible assets [Note 14] 45,313 -
Auditors remuneration
- Audit fee 295,800 270,000
- Certification fee 76,500 73,300
Electricity charges 7,795,138 8,302,601
Janitorial services 7,648,316 6,358,798
Management fees [Note 30 (ii)] 1,224,480 1,224,480
Repairs and maintenance expenditure
- Investment property 6,428,354 2,133,092
- Building and office equipment 164,095 740,021
Security services 5,260,070 5,701,760
Staff costs [Note 8] 15,548,360 15,625,835
Other expenses 9,079,533 7,251,798
Total 60,728,339 57,539,821

8 Employee salaries and benefit expenses



Year ended 31 March
2016 2015
Salaries and wages 9,921,566 9,981,500
Staff Bonus 2,866,549 2,960,960
Defined contribution plan 1,618,726 1,601,890
Defined benefit obligation [Note 24] 1,141,519 1,081,485
15,548,360 15,625,835

Average number of persons employed during the year:
- Permanent 23 25
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9 Finance income

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Interest income 15,451,181 15,014,931

Interest income consists of interest on investments made in short term fixed deposits made in the course
of the business of the Company out of:

(a) rent deposits held by the Company which are payable on the termination of tenancy; and

(b) balance profits after distribution of dividends invested for the future maintenance and development
of the assets of the Company.

10 Income tax expense


According to Section 59B (1), item 33 of the fifth schedule to the Inland Revenue (Amendment) Act No. 22
of 2011, the Company is liable to pay income tax at the rate of 12%, based on lower turnover threshold. The
charge for income tax recognised in Statement of income consists of:

Year ended 31 March
2016 2015
Current tax
Current tax on profits for the year 11,070,394 11,020,195
Deferred tax recognised in the statement of income [Note 25] 139,019,156 773,526
Taxes included in income for the year 150,089,550 11,793,721
Deferred tax recognised in other comprehensive income [Note 25] 3,309,671 261,117
Total tax charge 153,399,221 12,054,838

Tax is calculated using tax rates enacted for the year of assessment. The profits are taxed at a principle
rate of 12%.

Reconciliation between current tax expenses and the accounting profit:

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Profit before tax 480,542,411 101,499,253
Tax calculated
- on profit and income at a tax rate of 12% (2015 - 12%) 57,665,089 12,179,911
57,665,089 12,179,911
Income not subject to tax - (305,195)
Expenses not deductible for tax purposes (8,686) (80,995)
Impact due to the change in future tax rates from 12% to 17.5% 92,433,147 -
Deferred tax recognised in other comprehensive income [Note 25] 3,309,671 261,117
Total tax charge 153,399,221 12,054,838
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

11 Earnings per share

Basic earnings per share is calculated by dividing the net profit attributable to the shareholders of the
company by the weighted average number of shares in issue during the year.

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Net profit attributable to shareholders 330,452,861 89,705,532
Weighted average number of shares in issue 17,500,770 17,500,770
Earnings per share (Rs) 18.88 5.13
Earnings per share (Rs - exclusive of fair value gain) 5.13 4.98

12 Dividends

Calculation of dividend per share

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Interim dividend [Refer a below] 19,250,847 19,250,847
Final dividend [Refer b below] 32,376,425 29,751,309
51,627,272 49,002,156

Number of ordinary shares 17,500,770 17,500,770

Dividend per share 2.95 2.80

a) During the year the Directors paid a final dividend of Rs 1.85 per share amounting to Rs 32,376,425 in
respect of 2015 (the final dividend paid during the year ended 31 March 2015 amounting to
Rs. 29,751,309 at Rs. 1.70 per share was in respect of 2014).

b) The Directors paid an interim dividend of Rs 1.10 per share amounting to Rs 19,250,847 for the year
ended 31 March 2016 (interim dividend of Rs 1.10 per share amounting to Rs 19,250,847 was paid for
the year ended 31 March 2015 during that period).

c) The Directors have approved a final dividend of Rs 2.00 per share amounting to Rs. 35,001,540 for the
year ended 31 March 2016 on 25 August 2016.
13 Property, plant and equipment 35
Building Machinery Office Furniture and Motor Total
equipment fittings vehicles
and tools
At 31 March 2015
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC

Opening net book amount 31,507,557 107,491 366,994 225,666 475,000 32,682,708
Annual Report 2015/2016

Revaluations 1,783,660 - - - - 1,783,660


Additions - 5,578 51,500 52,650 - 109,728
Cost of disposals - - (29,961) (347,836) (1,900,000) (2,277,797)
Prior year adjustment - - (6,215) (1) - (6,216)
Prior year adjustment - Accumulated Depreciation - - 4,651 1,565 - 6,216
Accumulated depreciation related to disposals - - 27,841 347,836 1,820,833 2,196,510
Depreciation charge [Note 9] (1,692,433) (81,382) (149,182) (91,365) (395,833) (2,410,195)
Closing net book amount 31,598,784 31,687 265,628 188,515 - 32,084,614
At 31 March 2015
Cost / valuation 31,598,784 418,269 1,382,545 2,171,960 - 35,571,558
Accumulated depreciation - (386,582) (1,116,917) (1,983,445) - (3,486,944)
Closing net book amount 31,598,784 31,687 265,628 188,515 - 32,084,614
At 31 March 2016
Opening net book amount 31,598,784 31,687 265,628 188,515 - 32,084,614
Revaluations 16,553,685 - - - - 16,553,685
Additions - - 307,200 31,920 - 339,120
Depreciation charge [Note 9] (1,263,951) (27,289) (144,328) (91,028) - (1,526,596)
Closing net book amount 46,888,518 4,398 428,500 129,407 - 47,450,823
NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

At 31 March 2016
Cost / valuation 46,888,518 418,269 1,689,745 2,203,880 - 51,200,412
Accumulated depreciation - (413,871) (1,261,245) (2,074,473) - (3,749,589)
Closing net book amount 46,888,518 4,398 428,500 129,407 - 47,450,823

(a) Building consists of owner occupied part of investment properties. The value of land is included in investment properties.
(b) The cost of fully depreciated assets still in use, as at 31 March 2016 amounted to Rs 3,081,841 (2015 - Rs 2,678,184).
(c) During the year the Company had not disposed any assets. However in the financial year 2014/2015 the Company has disposed fully depreciated
assets, the cost of which was Rs 2,277,797.
(d) During the year investment property were revalued (Refer Note13). The revaluation gain applicable to owner occupied property was recognised as
revaluation surplus on the basis of area-occupied.
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

13 Property, plant and equipment (contd)

(ii) If the building was stated on the historical cost basis, the amounts would be as follows:

As at 31 March
2016 2015
Cost 12,544,615 12,544,615
Accumulated depreciation (6,286,484) (5,785,945)
6,258,131 6,758,670

14 Intangible assets

Software Total
Licence
At 1 April 2015

Opening net book amount - -


Additions 374,240 374,240
Amortisation (45,313) (45,313)
Closing net book amount 328,927 328,927

At 31 March 2016
Cost 374,240 374,240
Accumulated amortisation (45,313) (45,313)
Closing net book amount 328,927 328,927

Intangible assets consists of software licences for accounting software, payroll processing software and
the office package.

15 Investment property

As at 31 March
2016 2015
At beginning of year 1,298,154,296 1,294,406,443
Upgrading expenses 4,322,672 107,290
Change in fair value during the year 378,523,032 3,640,563
At 31 March 1,681,000,000 1,298,154,296

The Companys investment property was valued by Mr C S G Atukorala an independent professionally quali-
fied valuer having recent experience in the location and category of the investment property being valued.
For the investment property, the current use equates to the highest and best use. As at 31 March 2016, the
investment property was revalued for Rs 1,681,000,000 (2015 - Rs 1,298,154,296) and the resulting gain was
recognised in the statement of income.

At each financial year end the finance department:


- verifies all major inputs to the independent valuation report;
- assesses property valuation movements when compared to the prior year valuation report;
- holds discussions with the independent valuer.
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

15 Investment property (contd)

As per LKAS 40 - Investment Property, the Directors have adopted the fair value model for accounting for
investment property as at 1 April 2005.

Valuation methods underlying managements estimation of fair value


For the investment property in the location with a total carrying value of 1,681,000,000 (2015 - Rs
1,298,154,296), the valuation was determined using discounted cash flow (DCF) projections based on
significant unobservable inputs. These inputs include:

Future rental cash inflows


Based on the actual location, type and quality of the properties and supported by the terms of any existing
lease, other contracts or external evidence such as current market rents for similar properties;

Estimated vacancy rates


Based on current and expected future market conditions after expiry of any current lease;

Maintenance costs
Including necessary investments to maintain functionality of the property for its expected useful life;

Capitalisation rates
Based on actual location, size and quality of the properties and taking into account market data at the
valuation date;

The investment property of the Company is the Unity Plaza building situated at No. 02, Galle Road, Colombo
4.
The floor area of the Unity Plaza building (excluding Bank of Ceylon premises) is in the extent of 130,985
Sq.ft.
Land extent (excluding Bank of Ceylon premises) is 78.56 perches.

Income earned from investment property


Total rent income earned by the Company from the investment property during the year was Rs 122,784,299
(2015 - Rs 116,957,020).

Expenses incurred on investment property


Total repair and maintenance expenses incurred on the investment property was Rs 6,428,354 (2015 - Rs
2,133,092).

Information about fair value measurements using significant unobservable inputs (Level 3) for 2016 are as
follows:

Valuation Technique - Investment method


Capitalisation rate - 5.5 %
Maintenance cost - 40 %
Estimated vacancy rate -0%
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15 Investment property (contd)

Sensitivity analysis

In order to illustrate the significance of the capitalisation rate assumed in this valuation as at 31 March
2016, a sensitivity analysis was carried out assuming the following capitalisation rates :

Present value of
Change in the investment property
assumption Increase in Decrease in
assumption assumption
Capitalisation rate 0.5% 158,292,928 (131,620,859)
Sales price 5% 49,707,651 (49,707,651)
Maintenance cost 10% 263,531,633 (263,531,633)
Estimated vacancy rate 5% - (55,197,761)

Assets and liabilities not carried at fair value but for which fair value is disclosed are as follows:
The following table analyses within the fair value hierarchy the Groups assets and liabilities (by class) not
measured at fair value at 31 March 2016 but for which fair value is disclosed.

As at 31 March 2016 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total

Assets
Trade receivables - 15,256,871 - 15,256,871
Cash and cash equivalents 264,974,225 - - 264,974,225
Total 264,974,225 15,256,871 - 280,231,096

Liabilities
Trade and other payables - 83,270,173 - 83,270,173
Total - 83,270,173 - 83,270,173

As at 31 March 2015 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Total

Assets
Trade receivables - 9,749,534 - 9,749,534
Cash and cash equivalents 27,173,151 - - 27,173,151
Total 27,173,151 9,749,534 - 36,922,685

Liabilities
Trade and other payables - 73,362,305 - 73,362,305
Total - 73,362,305 - 73,362,305

The assets and liabilities included in the above table are carried at amortised cost; their carrying values are
a reasonable approximation of fair value.

Trade receivables include the contractual amounts for settlement of trades and other obligations due to the
Company. Trade and other payables and Borrowings represent contract amounts and obligations due by
the Company.
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NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

16 Financial instruments by category


In accordance with the LKAS 39 - Financial Instruments Recognition and Measurement financial assets
have been classified as follows:

As at 31 March
2016 2015
Assets as per statement of financial position
Loans and receivables
Trade and other receivables 8,477,357 5,825,109
(excluding prepayments and deposits)
Investment in fixed deposits [Note 19] - 197,630,699
Cash and cash equivalents [Note 20] 264,974,225 27,173,151
Total loans and receivables 273,451,582 230,628,959
Total financial assets 273,451,582 230,628,959

16 Financial instruments by category (contd)


In accordance with the LKAS 39 on Financial Instruments Recognition and Measurement financial
liabilities have been classified as follows:
As at 31 March
2016 2015
Liabilities as per statement of financial position
Other financial liabilities at amortised cost
Trade and other payables
(excluding non financial liabilities) 81,759,264 71,902,459
Total other financial liabilities at amortised cost 81,759,264 71,902,459
Total financial liabilities 81,759,264 71,902,459

Credit quality of financial assets
The credit quality of financial assets that are neither past due nor impaired can be assessed by reference
to external credit ratings (if available) or to historical information about counterparty default rates;

(i) Cash at bank


As at 31 March
Rating 2016 2015
Counterparties with external credit rating
(Fitch Ratings)
Cash at bank and short term bank deposits
(more than 3 months maturity)
Bank of Ceylon AA + - 197,630,699
Total - 197,630,699
Cash at bank and short term bank deposits
(less than 3 months maturity)
Bank of Ceylon AA + 18,974,225 15,148,152
Nations Trust Bank PLC A 181,500,000 -
Union Bank PLC BB+ 62,000,000 -
Risk free 2,500,000 12,024,999
Total 264,974,225 27,173,151
Total short term bank deposits and cash and cash equivalents 264,974,225 224,803,850
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 40

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

16 Financial instruments by category (contd)


(ii) Trade receivable
As at 31 March
2016 2015

New customers and related parties 365,403 -
Existing customers with no defaults in the past 2,091,854 517,041
2,457,257 517,041

17 Inventories
Inventories consist of consumables.

18 Trade and other receivables


As at 31 March
2015 2014

Trade receivables 2,457,257 517,041


Other receivables and deposits [Note (i) below] 8,238,868 8,034,190
Prepayments [Note (ii) below] 4,560,746 1,198,303
15,256,871 9,749,534

(i) Other receivables mainly consist of deposits for services of Rs 2,218,768 (2015 - Rs 1,649,268) and
interest receivable on fixed deposits of Rs 3,902,108 (2015 - Rs 828,210).

(ii) Pre - payments and accrued income mainly comprise insurance pre-paid expenses of Rs 62,193
(2015- Rs 929,182) and Advance to contractors of Rs 3,792,164 (2015 - Rs 321,450).

As of 31 March 2016, trade receivables of Rs 2,457,257 were past due but not impaired. These relate to
a number of independent customers for whom there is no recent history of default. The age analysis of
theses trade receivables is as follows;

As at 31 March
2016 2015

- Upto 30 days 2,206,006 517,041
- 30 to 90 days overdue 251,251 -
Total past due but not impaired 2,457,257 517,041

Above related to a number of independent customers for whom there is no recent history of credit default
and the total trade receivables were fully performing.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
41 Annual Report 2015/2016

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

19 Short term Investments


As at 31 March
2016 2015
Treasury bills - 162,130,699
Fixed deposit - 34,000,000
Repo - 1,500,000
- 197,630,699

20 Cash and cash equivalents


As at 31 March
2016 2015
Cash at bank and in hand 18,974,225 15,173,152
Short term investments 246,000,000 11,999,999
264,974,225 27,173,151

For the purposes of the cash flow statement, the year end cash and cash equivalents comprise only the
above.

The Company has converted all the short term investments (more than 3 months) amounting to Rs
197,630,699 in to 3 months or less than 3 months fixed deposits and repurchase agreements during the
year.

21 Stated capital
Number of Value
shares (Rs)
At 1 April 2015 17,500,770 175,007,700
At 31 March 2016 17,500,770 175,007,700

22 Revaluation reserve
As at 31 March
2016 2015
At beginning of year 27,054,828 27,882,263
Revaluation surplus 16,553,685 1,783,660
Deferred tax on revaluation (2,896,895) (214,039)
Depreciation transfer (721,377) (2,397,056)
At end of year 39,990,241 27,054,828
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 42

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

23 Trade and other payables


As at 31 March
2016 2015
Non-current
Rental deposits payable to outside parties [Note (i) below] 55,837,836 23,653,482
Rental deposit payable to related parties [Note 30 (iii)] 470,340 827,820
56,308,176 24,481,302
Current
Rental deposits payable to outside parties [Note (i) below] 18,236,633 41,599,381
Rental deposit payable to related party [Note 30 (iii)] 1,035,720 470,340
Accounts payable 2,262,911 1,885,351
Other payables [Note (ii) below] 3,685,926 3,085,781
Accruals and provisions [Note (iii) below] 1,740,807 1,820,150
26,961,997 48,861,003
83,270,173 73,362,305

(i) As per rent agreements, the Company obtains rental deposits of 6 months as security. Based on the
remaining agreement period as at the date of the statement of financial position, rental deposits are
classified as current liabilities if deposits are due within one year or less. If not they are presented as
non-current liabilities.

(ii) Other payables mainly consist of Value Added Tax (VAT) payable of Rs 1,251,653 (2015 - Rs 1,226,997)
and unclaimed dividend payable of Rs 1,637,135 ( 2015 - Rs 1,359,757).

(iii) Accruals and provisions mainly consist of professional fees payable of Rs 286,779 (2015 - Rs 268,026)
and miscellaneous accruals amounting to Rs 1,454,028 (2015 - Rs 1,552,124).

24 Retirement benefit obligations


The amounts recognised in the statement of financial position are determined as follows:
As at 31 March
2016 2015
Present value of unfunded obligation 5,460,526 7,096,129
Liability in the statement of financial position 5,460,526 7,096,129

At beginning of year 7,096,129 6,474,463


Current service cost 286,798 432,697
Interest cost 854,721 648,788
Actuarial gain (2,358,722) (392,319)
Benefits paid (418,400) (67,500)
At the end of the year 5,460,526 7,096,129
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
43 Annual Report 2015/2016

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

24 Retirement benefit obligations (contd)


The amounts recognised in the statement of comprehensive income are determined as follows:

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Current service cost 286,798 432,697
Interest cost 854,721 648,788
Total included in the staff costs [Note 8 ] 1,141,519 1,081,485

Actuarial gain on post employment benefit obligation (2,358,722) (392,319)


Total recognised in the comprehensive income (1,217,203) 689,166

The following assumptions and data were used in valuing the defined benefit obligation by the actuarial
valuer:

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015

Discount rate 12.92% 10.14%
Future salary increases 8% 10%
Staff turn over rate 7% 5%
Retiring age 60 years 60 years

Sensitivity analysis

In order to illustrate the significance of the salary / wage escalation rate and the discount rate assumed in
this valuation as at 31 March 2016, a sensitivity analysis was carried out for all employees assuming the
following salary/wage escalation rate and discount rate.

Present value of defined


Change in the benefit obligation
assumption Increase in Decrease in
assumption assumption

Discount rate per annum 1% Decreased by Increased by


5.99% 6.49%
Annual Salary increment rate 1% Increased by Decreased by
6.74% 6.31%
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 44

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

25 Deferred income tax liability


Deferred income taxes are calculated on all temporary differences under the liability method using a
principal tax rate of 17.5% (2015 - 12%). The movement in deferred income tax account is as follows:
As at 31 March
2016 2015
At beginning of year 158,367,606 157,332,963
Recognised in the statement of income[Note 10] 139,019,156 773,526
Recognised in the statement of
other comprehensive income [Note 10] 3,309,671 261,117
At the end of the year 300,696,433 158,367,606

Deferred tax is calculated on temporary differences between carrying value of fixed assets and tax written
down value of such assets, as analysed by each taxable activity.
The reconciliation of tax effect arising from the timing differences related to carrying amounts of assets
and liabilities of the statement of financial position is as follows:

Deferred Deferred Net


tax tax deferred
asset liability tax
Property plant and equipment - (8,287,551) (8,287,551)
Investment property - (293,364,474) (293,364,474)
Defined benefit obligations 955,592 - 955,592
Asset / (liability) as at 31 March 2016 955,592 (301,652,025) (300,696,433)

Deferred Deferred Net


tax tax deferred
asset liability tax
Property plant and equipment - (3,770,413) (3,770,413)
Investment property - (155,448,728) (155,448,728)
Defined benefit obligations 851,535 - 851,535
Asset / (liability) as at 31 March 2015 851,535 (159,219,141) (158,367,606)

26 Current tax payable


As at 31 March
2016 2015
As at 01 April 3,171,024 448,900
Charge for the year [Note 10] 11,070,394 11,020,195
Tax paid during the year (11,890,142) (8,298,071)
As at 31 March 2,351,276 3,171,024
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
45 Annual Report 2015/2016

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

27 Contingencies

The Company has contingencies in respect of the following:

a) A former employee of the Company has filed a complaint in the Department of Labour alleging, inter alia,
that the Company had failed to implement the Order of the Labour Tribunal case which was concluded in
2005. The Commissioner of Labour has referred this matter to an arbitrator to be resolved by arbitration.
The arbitration proceeding have not been concluded.

It is not anticipated that any material liability will arise from the above legal claim.

b) A tenant has filed a case against the termination notice issued by the Company for Vacating the premises
after the expiry of the lease. The case will be called on 10th October 2016 for answer of the Defendant.

It is not anticipated that any material liability will arise from the above legal claim.

c) Contingent liability amounting to Rs.13,183,556 on the outcome of the appeal against the assessment for
the year 2011/12, separately charging income tax at 28% on the interest income of the Company may arise
on respect of the subsequent years of assessments:

Financial year Amount


2011 / 2012 1,391,181
2012 / 2013 2,884,518
2013 / 2014 3,957,343
2014 / 2015 2,478,325
2015 / 2016 2,472,189
13,183,556

The Company has appealed against the assessment on the basis that it is chargeable on the aggregate
profits and income of its business undertaking at the rate at which it is chargeable under section 59B of
the Inland Revenue Act No.10 of 2006 and that there is no provision to apply different rates of tax on the its
profits and of its income.

28 Commitments

(a) Capital commitments

As per the service agreement entered into with Jones Lang Lasalle Property Consultants (India)
Private Limited for obtaining the services of Retail Advisory for Unity Plaza subsequent to the year
end, the commitment to pay professional fees of US Dollar 25,000 and out of pocket expenses with a
maximum limit which is US Dollar 5,500 through out the service period.

(b) Financial commitments

The Company pays management fees of Rs 1,224,480 annually for the services rendered by the Urban
Development Authority (UDA). UDA reserves the right to revise the management fees.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 46

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

29 Cash generated from operations


Reconciliation of profit before tax to cash generated from operations:
Year ended 31 March
2016 2015
Profit before tax 480,542,411 101,499,253
Adjustments for:
Depreciation [Note 13] 1,526,596 2,410,195
Amortisation [Note 14] 45,313 -
Interest income [Note 9] (15,451,181) (15,014,931)
Fair value gain [Note 15] (378,523,032) (3,640,563)
Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment - 81,287
Movement in rental deposits - non current portion [Note 23] 31,826,874 (11,786,484)
Changes in working capital:
- inventory 8,883 657,789
- trade and other receivables (5,322,883) (433,038)
- trade and other payables (21,919,006) 17,621,351
Retirement benefit obligation [Note 24] 1,141,519 1,081,485
93,875,494 92,476,344

30 Related party transactions

Urban Development Authority and Ceylon and Foreign Trades PLC had shareholding of 48% and 24%
respectively of the Company, during the year and as at the date of the statement of financial position.

Mr Ranjit Michael Samuel Fernando was the Former Chairman (resigned on 24 August 2016),
Mr Nayana Nadeesha Mawilmada was the Former Director General (resigned on 12 May 2016) of the Urban
Development Authority as at the date of the Statement of Financial Position .

Dr S A Gulamhusein, Director and Shareholder of the Company is also the Chairman of Ceylon and Foreign
Trades PLC with whom no transactions had been entered into by the Company during the year.

The Company has a lease agreement with Network Communications (Private) Limited which occupies
premises rented by the Company. Dr. A A shabbir , son of Dr S A Gulamhusein is a Director of Network
Communications (Private) Limited.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
47 Annual Report 2015/2016

NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS (contd.)

30 Related party transactions (contd)


The Company has carried out the following transactions during the year with related parties:
Year ended 31 March

a) Rendering of Services 2016 2015
(i) Rent income received from
Network Communications (Private) Limited 3,103,575 3,676,055

b) Purchase of Services
(ii) Management fees paid to
Urban Development Authority [Note 28 (b)] 1,224,480 1,224,480
Outstanding balances arising from above transactions;
Rental deposit payable to Network
Communications (Private) Limited [Note 23]
- Current 1,035,720 470,340
- Non-current 470,340 827,820
1,506,060 1,298,160

Transactions with related parties disclosed above were made on terms equivalent to those that prevail in
arms length transactions.

The Directors have disclosed the nature of their interests in contracts and proposed contracts with the
company at meetings of the Directors.

(iv) Key management compensation


Key management includes directors (executive and non executive). The compensation paid or
payable to key management for employee services is shown below:

Year ended 31 March


2016 2015
Salaries and other short-term employee benefits 5,635,784 7,447,941
5,635,784 7,447,941
31 Events after the reporting period
The following events have occurred after the reporting period;

(i) Changes in composition of the Board of Directors

Mr N.N.M Mawilmada was resigned on 12 May 2016.


Mr R.M.S Fernando was resigned on 24 August 2016.
Mr. A. M. Rakeeb was resigned on 02 September 2016

(ii) The Directors have approved a final dividend of Rs 2.00 per share amounting to Rs. 35,001,540 for the
year ended 31 March 2016 on 25 August 2016.

No other events have occurred except to the above since the date of the statement of financial
position, which require adjustment to, or disclosure in, the financial statements.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 48

SIX YEAR REVIEW

Year ended 31 March 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016


Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs. Rs.
OPERATING RESULTS
Turnover 82,478,010 88,705,349 98,356,729 105,387,820 116,957,020 122,784,299

Operating profit 50,542,138 56,022,537 62,233,131 66,894,611 82,843,759 86,568,198


Interest income 6,639,742 7,047,351 15,995,112 21,970,169 15,014,931 15,451,181
Loss on disposal of fixed assets Nil Nil (6,554,000) Nil Nil Nil
Fair value gain on investment properties 47,211,507 100,558,461 Nil 235,489,597 3,640,563 378,523,032
Profit before Tax 104,393,387 163,628,349 71,674,243 324,354,377 101,499,253 480,542,411
Tax (20,022,636) (18,246,647) (6,647,736) (58,527,468) (11,793,721) (150,089,550)
Profit after tax 84,370,751 145,381,702 65,026,507 265,826,909 89,705,532 330,452,861
Other comprehensive income -net of tax Nil 107,637 450,292 (1,468,637) 345,241 1,945,946
Profit brought forward 784,344,408 758,103,146 833,846,923 857,981,597 1,077,295,912 1,120,741,585
Profit available for appropriation 868,715,159 903,592,485 899,323,722 1,122,339,869 1,167,346,685 1,453,140,392
Transfer (to)/from reserves (76,310,504) 3,147,794 1,534,761 458,045 2,397,056 721,377
Capitalization of Reserves and related direct cost Nil (36,491,754) Nil Nil Nil Nil
Dividends paid (34,301,509) (36,401,602) (42,876,886) (45,502,002) (49,002,156) (51,627,272)

Profit carried forward 758,103,146 833,846,923 857,981,597 1,077,295,912 1,120,741,585 1,402,234,497

ASSETS
Non-current assets
Property, plant & equipment 25,133,219 25,832,687 24,277,479 32,682,708 32,084,614 47,450,823
Intangible assets Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 328,927
Investment properties 942,109,111 1,050,917,229 1,053,115,654 1,294,406,443 1,298,154,296 1,681,000,000
Current assets 105,644,320 121,653,220 147,492,948 184,880,488 234,562,267 280,231,096
Total assets 1,072,886,650 1,198,403,136 1,224,886,081 1,511,969,639 1,564,801,177 2,009,010,846

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES


Stated capital 140,006,160 175,007,700 175,007,700 175,007,700 175,007,700 175,007,700
Revaluation reserve 23,572,551 20,824,064 19,289,303 27,882,263 27,054,828 39,990,241
Retained earnings 758,103,146 833,846,923 857,981,597 1,077,295,912 1,120,741,585 1,402,234,497

Non - current liabilities 113,241,490 144,518,264 133,723,178 200,075,212 189,945,037 362,465,135


current liabilities 37,963,303 24,206,185 38,884,303 31,708,552 52,052,027 29,313,273

Total equity & liabilities 1,072,886,650 1,198,403,136 1,224,886,081 1,511,969,639 1,564,801,177 2,009,010,846

KEY INDICATORS
Earnings per share 6.03 8.31 3.72 15.19 5.13 18.88
Earnings per share(exclusive fair value gain) 2.65 2.56 3.72 4.58 4.98 5.13
Dividend per share 2.45 2.35 2.45 2.60 2.80 2.95
Net Assets per share 65.83 58.84 60.13 73.15 75.59 92.41
Market price per share 72.40 59.00 48.00 46.20 64.00 50.20

OTHERS
Number of shareholders 613 841 809 801 808 868
Dividend cover (Times) 2.46 3.53 1.52 5.84 1.83 6.40
Dividend cover((Times)exclusive of fair value gain) 1.08 1.09 1.52 1.76 1.78 1.74
Dividend pay out ratio 0.41 0.28 0.66 0.17 0.55 0.16
Dividend pay out ratio (exclusive of fair value gain) 0.92 0.92 0.66 0.57 0.56 0.58
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
49 Annual Report 2015/2016

INFORMATION TO INVESTORS

DISTRIBUTION OF SHAREHOLDINGS AS AT 31ST MARCH 2016


From To No. of Holders No. of Shares %
1 - 1,000 712 105,200 0.60
1,001 - 10,000 121 340,012 1.94
10,001 - 100,000 28 780,082 4.46
100,001 - 1,000,000 3 1,594,184 9.11
Over 1,000,000 4 14,681,292 83.89
868 17,500,770 100.00

ANALYSIS OF SHAREHOLDERS AS AT 31ST MARCH 2016


Category No. of Shareholders No. of Shares %
Local Individuals 802 4,064,241 23.22
Local Institutions 59 13,386,663 76.49
Foreign Individuals 6 9,866 0.06
Foreign Institutions 1 40,000 0.23
868 17,500,770 100.00

31.03.2016 31.03.2015
Rs. Rs.
Market price per share
Highest during the period Rs.76.00 (12/06/2015) Rs.72.50 (02/10/2014)
Lowest during the period Rs.50.00 (15/03/2015) Rs.45.00 (17/04/2014)
As at end of the period 50.20 Rs.64.00

PUBLIC HOLDING

The percentage of shares held by the public as at 31st March 2016 is 18.63% comprising of 854 shareholders.

PER SHARE DATA AS AT 31 MARCH

2016 2015
Earnings per share (Rs) 18.88 5.13
Earnings per share(exclusive fair value gain) (Rs) 5.13 4.98
Dividend per share (Rs) 2.95* 2.80**
Net assets per share (Rs) 92.41 75.58
Market price per share as at 31 March (Rs) 50.20 64.00

* Final dividend of Rs 1.85 per share paid for the year ended 31/03/2015 and interim dividend of Rs 1.10 per
share paid for the year ended 31/03/2016.

** Final dividend of Rs 1.70 per share paid for the year ended 31/03/2014 and interim dividend of Rs 1.10 per
share paid for the year ended 31/03/2015.
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
Annual Report 2015/2016 50

MAJOR SHAREHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY

Name As at 31/03/2016 As at 31/03/2015


No. of Shares (%) No. of Shares (%)

1 Urban Development Authority 8,333,332 47.617 8,333,332 47.617


2 Pan Asia Banking Corporation PLC/ 2,799,450 15.996 2,799,450 15.996
Ceylon Foreign Trades PLC
3 Mr. O Gulamhusein (Deceased) 2,143,035 12.245 2,143,035 12.245
4 Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC/ 1,405,475 8.031 1,405,475 8.031
Ceylon and Foreign Trades PLC
5 Mr.B V Selvanayagam , Mr.S G Selvanayagam 937,500 5.357 937,500 5.357

}
& Mrs.L Selvanayagam
6 Waldock Mackenzie Ltd/ 463,427
Mr S A Gulamhusein
Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC/ 12,052 508,590 2.906 504,739 2.884
Dr. S A Gulamhusein
Dr. S H A Gulamhusein 31,250
Assetline Leasing Company Ltd/ 1,000
Dr.S A Gulamhusein
Sampath Bank PLC/ 1,160
Dr. S A Gulamhusein
7 Mrs. L Selvanayagam 193,556 1.106 193,556 1.106
8 Majestic Investments (Pvt) Ltd 79,768 0.456 72,336 0.413
9 Nanayakkara Management Services (Private) Limited 69,371 0.396 65,247 0.373
10 Mr.W R H Perera 63,843 0.365 63,843 0.365
11 Mrs. T Sarveshwaran 57,316 0.328 57,316 0.328
12 Merrill J Fernando & Sons (Pvt) Limited 49,040 0.280 49,040 0.280
13 Mrs.K S Cooray 41,665 0.238 41,665 0.238
14 Tranz Dominion,L L C 40,000 0.229 40,000 0.229
15 Asha Financial Services Limited/ 38,871 0.222 35,841 0.205
Mr. C N Pakianathan
16 Dee Sanda Holdings Pvt Limited 35,840 0.205 51,476 0.294
17 Mr.K Gnanenthiran 31,250 0.179 31,250 0.179
18 Mr.A A Noordeen 27,375 0.156 27,375 0.156
19 Anwarnet (Private) Limited 23,783 0.136 22,053 0.126
20 Mr. K S A Ramchandani 21,750 0.124 21,750 0.124
16,900,810 96.572 16,896,279 96.546
599,960 3.428 604,491 3.454
17,500,770 100.000 17,500,770 100.000
NOTES
ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC

FORM OF PROXY

I/We..(NIC No. ) of .
.. being a Shareholder/Shareholders of ONALLY HOLDINGS PLC
hereby appoint .........
(NIC No..) of ...
(or failing him/her).

Dr. S A Gulamhusein or failing him*


Mr. B V Selvanayagam or failing him*
Mrs.T Sarveshwaran or failing her *
Mr. G T Fazleabas or failing him*
Mr. M I R Zahir or failing him*
Mr. A C Yahiyakhan or failing him*
Mr. T A Akbarally or failing him*

as my/our* proxy to represent and speak and vote for me/us* and on my/our* behalf at the Twenty Ninth
(29th) Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held on 30th September 2016 and at any adjournment
thereof and every poll which may be taken in consequence of the aforesaid meeting.

I/We,* the undersigned, hereby authorize my/our proxy to speak and vote for me/us* and on my /our* behalf
in accordance with the preference as indicated below;

For Against

1 To receive and consider the Annual Report of the Board of Directors


and the Statements of Accounts for the year ended 31st March
2016 with the Report of the Auditors thereon

2 To re-elect Dr. S A Gulamhusein, who retires by rotation in terms


of Article 88 of the Articles of Association of the Company, as a
Director

3 To re-elect Mr. T A Akbarally who retires in terms of Article 95 of the


Article of Association of the Company, as a Director

4 To re-appoint Messrs PricewaterhouseCoopers, Chartered


Accountants, as Auditors of the Company and to authorize the
Directors to fix their remuneration.

5 To authorize the Directors to determine donations for the year


ending 31st March 2017 and up to the date of the next Annual
General Meeting.
In witness my/our* hands this . day of . Two Thousand and Sixteen
*Please delete as appropriate

..
Signature of Shareholder/s

Notes: 1. A proxy need not be a Shareholder of the Company.


2. Instructions as to completion appear below.
FORM OF PROXY (contd.)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION

1. Kindly perfect the Form of Proxy by filling in legibly your full name
address and the National Identity Card number and signing in the
space provided and filling in the date of signature.

2. The completed Form of Proxy should be deposited at the Registered


Office of the Company, Unit 603, 4th Floor, Unity Plaza Building,
No. 2, Galle Road, Colombo 04 not later than forty seven (47) hours
prior to the time appointed for the Meeting.

3. If you wish to appoint a person other than the Chairman or a Director


of the Company as your Proxy, please insert the relevant details in
the space provided (above the names of the Board of Directors) on
the Proxy Form..

4. If the Form of Proxy is signed by an Attorney, the relative Power of


Attorney should accompany the Form of Proxy for registration if
such Power of Attorney has not already been registered with the
Company.

5. If the appointer is a Company / Incorporated body this Form must


be executed in accordance with the Articles of Association / Statute.