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We link up Hamburg | Management | Management Report | Annual Financial Statements | Further Information Outgoing payments made before the balance sheet date are shown as prepaid expenses and deferred charges on the assets side to the extent that they represent expenses relating to a specific period after the balance sheet date. Based on actuarial appraisals, the pension liabilities have been calculated according to the Projected Unit Credit Method (PUC) using the 2005 G guidelines drawn up by Prof. Dr. Klaus Heubeck and assuming a notional average remaining term to maturity of eleven years, applying an interest rate of 3.59 % p. a. (2014: 4.25 % p. a.). Future increases in wages and salaries (including career advancement) were calculated at 2.75 % p. a. (2014: 2.75 % p. a.). The anticipated rate of pension increase has been assessed at 2.50 % p. a. (2014: 2.50 % p. a.). The right of choice pursuant to Article 67 Par. 1 Sentence 1 EGHGB (Introductory Act to the German Commercial Code) was exercised to divide the allocated amount resulting from the new assessment under the BilMoG (German Accounting Law Modernisation Act) equally over 15 years. This results in deficits of € 4,604,000 for current pensions and € 3,480,000 for pension entitlements as at 31 December 2015. Other provisions and accrued liabilities include all identifiable risks and contingent liabilities and are shown with the amounts deemed necessary for discharging them applying sound business judgement. Provisions and accrued liabilities have been partly determined on the basis of actuarial assessments. For provisions with a remaining term to maturity of more than one year, the amounts to be paid were calculated taking into consideration a rate of increase in wages and salaries (including career advancement) of 2.75 % p. a. (2014: 2.75 % p. a.). Other price and costs increases were assessed at 1.50 % p. a. (2014: 1.50 % p. a.). In addition, these provisions were discounted pursuant to § 253 Par. 2 Sentence 1 HGB in line with their respective remaining terms to maturity at the average rates of interest fixed by the Deutsche Bundesbank between 2.16 % p. a. (2014: 2.90 % p. a.) and 3.89 % p. a. (2014: 4.53 % p. a.). Other provisions also include provisions pursuant to § 249 Par. 2 HGB (old version). The right of choice to retain these provisions pursuant to Article 67 Par. 3 Sentence 1 EGHGB (Introductory Act to the German Commercial Code) was exercised. The liabilities are valued at the amounts to be paid. Incoming payments received before the balance sheet date are shown as deferred income on the liabilities side to the extent that they represent incomes relating to a specific period after the balance sheet date. 48

Annual Report 2015 EXPLANATORY NOTES TO THE BALANCE SHEET (1) Inventories in € ’000 2015 2014 Auxiliary and operating materials 17,571 16,126 Goods 0 568 17,571 16,694 (2) Accounts receivable and other assets in € ’000 2015 2014 1. Accounts receivable from deliveries and services 8,298 12,437 2. Accounts receivable from affiliated companies 10,381 22,047 for deliveries and services/liabilities (– 988) (3,870) for other receivables (11,369) (18,177) 3. Accounts receivable from companies in which the HOCHBAHN holds a participating interest 1,819 1,887 for deliveries and services (1,819) (1,887) 4. Accounts receivable from the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg 35,924 35,866 for deliveries and services (30,702) (31,320) for other assets (5,222) (4,546) 5. Other assets 2,328 5,589 Total 58,750 77,826 (3) Subscribed capital The subscribed capital of the HOCHBAHN as at 31 December 2015 is € 88,938,200.00 and is apportioned as follows: No.of shares held No. of votes held Fictitious nominal value Type of share € ’000 Bearer shares A shares 720,172 720,172 37,449 Registered shares B registered shares without par value 219,616 219,616 11,420 C registered shares without par value 768,898 768,898 39,982 988,514 51,402 B preference shares 1,664 1,664 87 990,178 51,489 1,710,350 1,710,350 88,938 49

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