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HOCHBAHN Annual Report 2015

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We link up Hamburg | Management | Management Report | Annual Financial Statements | Further Information (13) Income from shareholding investments in € ’000 2015 2014 Income from profit transfer agreements 7,225 6,502 Income from shareholdings 5,714 3,877 from affiliated companies (5,590) (3,876) Write-downs on financial assets – 13,280 – 885 Expenses from assumed losses 0 – 230 – 341 9,264 The income from shareholding investments includes write-downs on the shareholdings in BeNEX GmbH in the amount of € 12,000,000 and in HanseCom GmbH in the amount of € 1,280,000 (2014: write-down on the shareholding in HanseCom GmbH of € 885,000). (14) Interest and similar income in € ’000 2015 2014 Income from the loan of financial assets 100 939 from affiliated companies (86) (923) Other interest and similar income 565 889 from affiliated companies (146) (242) from interest on receivables (384) (449) Interest and similar expenses – 27,166 – 24,197 to affiliated companies (– 127) (– 136) from the addition of accrued interest (– 6,486) (– 7,335) – 26,501 – 22,369 (15) Extraordinary profit/loss The extraordinary profit/loss consists exclusively of extraordinary interest expenses resulting from differences determined during the revaluation of reserves as per 1 January 2010 due to first-time application of the German Accounting Law Modernisation Act (BilMoG). 54

Annual Report 2015 OTHER INFORMATION (16) Auditors’ fees The fee for services rendered by the auditors for the audit of the Annual Financial Statements was recorded in the year under review as expenses, as follows: Breakdown of auditors‘ fees in € ’000 2015 2014 Services for the final audit of the annual accounts 89 94 Services for verifying miscellaneous information 2 14 Other services 9 82 Services as a tax consultant 0 28 100 218 Of the reserves set up in previous years to cover services for the final audit of the annual accounts and other services, € 6,000 were released in the year under review. (17) Business not included in the Balance Sheet Cross-border leasing agreements General information on their type and purpose There is a finance leasing agreement for the financing of U-Bahn rolling stock which was concluded to attain cash value benefits. Under this, there are liabilities in favour of the foreign leasing providers of € 28,467,000, for which rights of recourse against a domestic bank in the same amount exist. These liabilities are secured by a chattel mortgage on the rolling stock itself as collateral. There are also liabilities under a cross-border leasing transaction for ferries. Purchase payments were made in NZD for these by the HOCHBAHN to ATG/HADAG AG. These are netted out against accounts receivable due from ATG/HADAG AG in the same amount in respect of rental payments in NZD on a pro rata basis congruent with the individual instalments. Risks and benefits The HOCHBAHN was able to achieve cash benefits out of these cross-border leasing transactions. These stood at € 926,000 as per 31 December 2015, but were not yet received and accounted for as income at that date. 55

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