Inter RAO BOD decided to hold a sitting Nov. 1, the company informed.
The management board report for IH 2013 should be discussed along with other issues.
Inter RAO (TIN 2320109650) is the largest export/import operator in Russia and has a great number of energy assets in Russia and abroad. It has Telasi and Hrami (Georgia); Armenian AES, Razdanskaya TES, Sevano Razdansky Cascade GES and Armenia Electric Networks in Armenia; Moldavskaya GRES; 50% in Ekibastuzskaya GRES-2 (Kazakhstan); 75% in Sangtudinskaya GES (Tadjikistan); 1% in Turkey-based TGR Energy under control.
The share capital is worth 293.34bn rub. split in 10440000997683 common stocks (par value of common stocks being equal to 0.02809767 rub. each). The major holders include Inter RAO Capital (Inter RAO UES sub) - 13.93%; FSK UES - 18.57%, Russian Property Agency - 13.76%, Nornickel - 13.21%; Rosatom
- 12.49%, VEB - 5.07%, RusGidro Group - 4.92%.
The IH 2013-net losses (IAS) rose 37.71% to 13.845bn rub. from 10.054bn rub. prior year; revenues moved up 20.91% to 317.743bn rub. from 262.799bn rub.; operating losses - 52.99% to 9.793bn rub. from 6.401bn rub.; pretax losses - 74.95% to 15.184bn rub. from 8.679bn rub.
The IH 2013 net profit declined 8.74% to 4.05bn rub. from 4.438bn rub.; revenues rose 1.83% to 23.133% from 22.716bn rub.; losses from sales coming 386.216mln rub. vs. 162.255mln rub. in profit; pretax profit being halved to 3.704bn rub. from 8.694bn rub.