Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) intends to place BO-01st in the volume of 10bn rub. Apr. 3, the company informed.
The deadline for submitting bids is set for Mar. 29, 2013.
The issue includes 10mln bonds of 1ths rub. par and 10-year maturity. The bonds will be allocated through the open offering at par on MICEX. The issue is arranged by Sberbank KIB, VTB Capital and YuniCredit Bank.
The raised funds will be invested in the corporate targets.
The Company (TIN 7740000076) together with the subs provides services to 91mln users in Russia, Armenia, Belorussia, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan.
The share capital is equal to 206.641mln rub. split in 2066413562 common stocks of 0.1 rub. par. The working interest (50.8%) is held by Sistema AFK; 49.2% being under free circulation; 3-level ADRs (37.62%) traded on NYSE.
The IVQ 2012-consolidated net profit (US GAAP) added 39.1% to $547.3mln from $393.5mln prior year; consolidated revenues climbed up 6.2% to $3.168bn from $2.982bn; corrected OIBDA moved up 1% to $1.288bn from $1.276bn; OIBDA margin dropped to 40.7% from 42.8%.
The 9-month 2012 net profit (RAS) tumbled 20.5% to come to 38.12bn rub. from 47.92bn rub. prior year period; revenues added 10.4% to come to 201.287bn rub. from 182.371bn rub.
The 9-month 2012 net profit (IAS) was halved to $459.983mln from $1.05bn prior year period. The consolidated revenues lost 0.7% to come to $9.268bn from $9.337bn; corrected OIBDA rose 4% to $4.012bn from $3.868bn; OIBDA margin - 43.3% from 41.4%. The operating profit reached $1.19bn which is 43% below prior year ($2.089bn).
The 2012-net profit rallied down 30.2% ((US GAAP) to $1.007bn from $1.444bn prior year.
The consolidated revenues added 0.9% to come to $12.436bn from $12.319bn; corrected OIBDA - 3% to $5.3bn from $5.144bn; corrected OIBDA margin - 42.6% from 41.8%.
The operating profit reached $1.996bn which is 28.9% below prior year patterns ($2.809bn). The net money flow rose 25.1% to $1.284bn from $1.026bn; operating money flow - 10.1% to $4.237bn from $3.849bn.
The capital expenses moved up 12.3% to $2.903bn from $2.585bn. In Russia they reached $2.665bn; Ukraine - $132.9mln; Uzbekistan - $81mln; Armenia - $23.9mln