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We link up Hamburg | Management | Management Report | Annual Financial Statements | Further Information 2.3.3 Investments The balance sheet total of the HOCHBAHN as at 31 December 2015 stood at € 915.4 million, € 83.1 million or 10.0 % higher than the year before. This largely reflects the increase in tangible assets on the assets side. The main reason for this is the procurement of new U-Bahn units of the DT5 generation. Parallel to this, the liabilities towards banks were higher as a result of taking out new loans to finance investments in such tangible assets. The equity capital as at the balance sheet date is unchanged, at € 142.4 million. As a consequence of the higher balance sheet total, the equity ratio of the HOCHBAHN fell in purely arithmetical terms year-on-year by 1.5 percentage points to 15.6 %. Assets 2015 € million 2015 Share % 2014 € million Tangible assets (including intangible assets) 690.3 75.4 588.4 Financial assets 141.9 15.5 144.2 832.2 90.9 732.6 Inventories 17.6 1.9 16.7 Trade accounts receivable 8.3 0.9 12.4 Liquid funds (cash flow) 6.2 0.7 5.1 Other current assets and prepaid and accrued items 51.1 5.6 65.5 83.2 9.1 99.7 915.4 100.0 832.3 Shareholders’ equity and liabilities 2015 € million 2015 Share % 2014 € million Equity capital 142.4 15.6 142.4 Accruals for pensions 54.3 5.9 49.5 Loans from banks and other loans 457.5 50.0 376.8 654.2 71.5 568.7 Other provisions 154.6 16.9 159.4 Trade accounts payable 31.7 3.4 45.2 Other liabilities and deferred items 74.9 8.2 59.0 261.2 28.5 263.6 915.4 100.0 832.3 28

Annual Report 2015 2.4 HOCHBAHN employees The number of people employed by the HOCHBAHN as per 31 December 2015 increased year-on-year by 124. 31.12.2015 31.12.2014 Employees total, divided into 4,977 4,853 Board members 4 4 Apprentices/trainees 164 164 Full-time staff 4,418 4,331 Part-time staff 391 354 Due to the need for more bus drivers, the cooperation agreements which have been in place since autumn of 2014 with the Agentur für Arbeit and the DEKRA Akademie were intensified during the year under review. 84 trainee bus drivers took part in seven courses, of whom 65 were taken on after successfully completing their courses. Three further courses with a total of 17 participants started up at the end of 2015/beginning of 2016. The collective wage agreement was cancelled in due time on 31 December 2015. The negotiations for a new tariff agreement had reached the stage by 2 March 2016 at which they are being examined by the trade union ver.di. The members of ver.di are currently being invited to vote on the proposals negotiated. Basic principles of remuneration for the members of the Management Board The remuneration structure resolved by the Supervisory Board is regulated individually for the members of the Management Board in their contracts of employment. The remuneration is divided into non-performance-related and performance-related components. The non-performance-related components comprise primarily the basic salary. The other benefits also belong to the non-performance-related components. They include the taxable monetary value of non-cash benefits such as a company car and driver as well as reduced-price travel for Board Members’ spouses and children. The variable portion of remuneration is paid on a performance-related basis. The components here are stipulated by the Supervisory Board. Goals and performance are agreed individually with every Board Member each year. 29

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