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RNS Number : 8855L
Woodbois Limited
11 September 2019
 

11 September 2019

 

THIS ANNOUNCEMENT CONTAINS INSIDE INFORMATION FOR THE PURPOSES OF ARTICLE 7 OF THE MARKET ABUSE REGULATION (EU) 596/2014.

 

Woodbois Limited

("Woodbois", the "Group" or the "Company")

(AIM: WBI)

 

Interim Results for the six months to 30 June 2019

CEO's STATEMENT

 

I am pleased to present the interim report and consolidated financial statements for Woodbois Limited (the "Company" or the "Group") for the half year ended 30 June 2019.

 

•              Name change to Woodbois Limited

•              H1 2019 Revenue $9.3m vs H1 2018 Revenue $6.6m, a 41% increase YOY with growth from both Forestry and Trading divisions

•              H1 Gross profit $1.3m vs H1 2018 Gross Profit 0.7m, 83% increase YOY

•              H1 2019 total loss $3.4m vs H1 2018 total loss $5.5m

•              £5m equity investment by 1798 Volantis Fund

•              $8.4m net inflows to Internal Trading Fund (ITF)

•              25% stake in Montara Continental purchased to complete corporate restructuring

•              5% Perpetual preference shares to be re-structured into 4% convertible bonds

•              Civil works for kilns completed and on schedule to be operational in Q3 2019

•              Civil works to house new sawmill equipment in progress

•              Strong showing in SPOTT report

•              2018 Sustainability Report released

•              Kevin Milne becomes acting Chairman as Miles Pelham steps down

•              Henry Turcan and Graeme Thomson join board as NED's

 

Strong Revenue Growth

Following the 60% Year-on-Year revenue growth achieved in 2018, a further 41% revenue growth over the same period in 2018 was delivered during H1 2019.  Notable revenue increases were recorded within both Forestry (+30%) and Trading (+45%) divisions. The strong start to 2019 was assisted by further inflows into our ITF, providing management with a high level of confidence that as additional ITF is secured the trading division can deliver further growth during 2019 and beyond.

 

This growth in revenue has been achieved with minimal additional operating expenses, which are annualising just 3% above the FY 2018 run-rate. The cost reduction programme embarked upon 12 months ago is now largely complete and has resulted in administration expenses for the first six months of 2019 annualising at 28% below that of the FY 2018. Operating and administration costs combined total 38% of revenue for H1 2019 vs 57% of revenue for FY 2018, a distinct improvement. Every component of costs within the business will remain under close review with the objective of driving bottom line performance.

 

Corporate Consolidation and Institutional Investment

The Group made a dynamic start to 2019, announcing the disposal of its agricultural assets in Tanzania and the acquisition of the 25% of Montara Continental Limited that it did not own (from Africa Resource Investment Limited ("ARI")). At that time, the directors expressed their belief that simplifying the corporate structure and narrowing the Group's focus to timber trading and production, would make the Group more attractive to potential investors and trade finance providers.

Although we had not anticipated immediate institutional grade investment, these changes taken together with Woodbois' rapid growth and strong sustainability credentials put the Group on the radar of the 1798 Volantis Fund, a team within the Lombard Odier Asset Management group dedicated to UK Small Cap Investment. During Q1, Volantis invested approximately £5m in new ordinary shares as well as committing to the provision of a loan of $5m for the purposes of trade finance through the ITF.

 

We are delighted to have attracted this capital investment, and with our newly consolidated corporate structure, streamlined business activities, strengthened balance sheet and continued growth prospects, we look forward to attracting additional institutional shareholders to our share register in the future.

 

Capital structure consolidation

Having dramatically rationalised the corporate structure over the previous 18 months, including the elimination of 27 subsidiary companies, one of the board's aims in 2019 was to simplify the Group's capital structure with the intention of aligning the interest of all investors.

 

With that in mind, the Group has proposed to restructure the 5% perpetual preference share class in Woodbois subsidiary Argento by buying it back and issuing its holders instead with a convertible bond issued by Woodbois. The Woodbois convertible bond will have a 5 year tenure, 4% coupon and conversion price of 8p.  100% of the current preference shareholders have accepted the terms of the proposed switch.  The switch is from a preference share with variable conversion terms linked to a subsidiary company, to a bond convertible into Woodbois common stock at a fixed rate. This simplifies the capital structure and serves to more closely align management, bondholders and shareholders' interest, as well as making the Group more investible and easier to value for institutional investors.  The Company will make a separate announcement upon entering into definitive documentation and the transaction is expected to complete during October 2019. Full details of the convertible bond will be available on our website at www.woodbois.com thereafter.

 

Forestry division  

H1 2019 revenue $3.6m vs full year 2018 revenue $5.6m

The increased levels of production at our production facilities in Gabon achieved during H2 2018 were largely maintained during H1 2019 despite the inevitable disruption caused by the civil works being undertaken to house the new kilns and sawmilling equipment. Disruption at the port in Libreville described in some detail in the Q2 update of 11 July 2019 led to a back-log of shipments to customers that started to clear as operations at the port normalised during August.  Gross profit margin of 21% for H1 2019 was in line with FY 2018.

 

Sawmill

The new 'Techdry' kilns arrived in Gabon from China in March, and by the end of June all civil works required to accommodate the kilns was completed. At the time of writing the kilns have just become operational, comfortably within the timeline forecast. Bringing kiln-drying onsite rather than outsourcing as done to date, provides a perfect example of the potential to enhance margins via investments with very short-term payoffs. As announced on 14 January 2019, this installation of our own kilns will directly add $700,000 to the bottom line annually, assuming existing levels of production.

 

During Q1 2019, management visited numerous sawmills, veneer and plywood factories and equipment manufacturers in Gabon, Slovenia, Turkey, Spain and Morocco to conduct research ahead of placing orders for new equipment. An entire new sawmilling line combining Chinese and Slovenian sawmilling equipment was placed on order and we expect these new lines to become operational before the 2019 year end. These investments will not only increase current levels of production but are expected also to improve margins by enhancing recovery levels by at least 10% from the 33% currently being achieved. Thorough planning by our on-site factory managers has ensured that the sawmill has maintained consistent output despite the mechanics and logistics of relocating heavy machinery whilst simultaneously undertaking substantial construction and civil works activity in preparation for the arrival of all of the new equipment.

 

Veneer factory

The new equipment that arrived at the end of Q1, namely a debarking machine, two hydraulic lifters and a hydraulic press, have all been commissioned and are operational. Research is underway into optimizing the veneer factory via an additional veneer line or plywood line, but analysis of several months' worth of data from the factory while working at full capacity must first be undertaken in order for decisions to be made.

 

Trading division

H1 2019 revenue $5.7m vs FY 2018 revenue $7.9m

Trading revenues increased by 46% over the 2018 outturn, fuelled by inflows to our Internal Trading Fund (ITF) detailed previously in the Q1 report. We expect some margin contraction as we scale the trading business and gross profit margin of 10% for H1 2019, whilst down from 12% in FY 2018, is well within our anticipated range. The final remaining tranche of $2.5m of previously reported ITF subscription was drawn down at the beginning of June 2019. Revenues generated from business with third party suppliers increased during Q2 to a record $3.2m, providing a 60% YOY increase vs Q2 2018 trading revenues. The increased volumes have come largely from existing suppliers, but with increased levels of trade finance now in place, we continue to seek relationships with reliable suppliers of high quality sawn timber and veneers across the Congo basin to match the global demand for traceable, sustainable hardwood products generated by our sales team.

Having chosen Mauritius to become a key trading and administrative hub due to its premier ranking across most African indices for business and corporate governance, and its geographic and time zone location between our teams in sub-Saharan Africa and Europe, we are actively looking to add experienced, high calibre personnel to our team and to increase trading activity and business development in Mauritius. In line with this strategy, we have added two traders to the Mauritius business during Q3 (2019).

 

Tanzania

Envision, the Tanzanian entity which purchased the Tanzanian agriculture business from us, has not yet paid the initial proceeds in accordance with the payment schedule agreed in the Sale and Purchase agreement ("SPA").  Under the SPA the consideration is payable by Envision in 12 quarterly instalments. The first instalment of $250,000 was payable on 30 April 2019.  The remainder is to be paid in 11 equal instalments.  The Group has commenced legal action against Envision to recover the amounts due. The Group is still settling outstanding creditors (circa $182,000 at 30 June 2019) and apart from minimal winding up expenses the Group has no ongoing cost commitment in Tanzania.

 

Board changes

Woodbois received notice on 11 July 2019 from its Non-Executive Chairman, Miles Pelham, that he would be stepping down with immediate effect.  Since leaving banking in 2017 Mr Pelham has built Diginex Limited, a start-up blockchain company, into a diversified global leader in the blockchain arena.  Its growth is such that it will be listed on the Nasdaq with Mr Pelham serving as its Executive Chairman.  Mr Pelham remains fully committed to Woodbois' future success and remains its largest stakeholder but acknowledged that he could not adequately service the needs of the Group with another Chairmanship of a listed entity. 

 

The Board has appointed Kevin Milne as interim Chairman whilst candidates are vetted, and a replacement found.  The Group does not expect this change to have any material effect on the performance of the Group. Kevin, who has been NED since August 2015, is a Chartered Fellow of the CISI and has held leadership and senior management positions in the UK, Europe, Asia and Australia. Kevin has extensive experience operating in highly regulated environments including being a member of the Executive Committee of the London Stock Exchange Group.

 

As reported in the RNS of 13 May 2019, Henry Turcan, 45, joined the Board as Non-Executive Director. Henry has worked in financial services since 1996, with a focus on equity capital markets. Having spent the majority of his career advising growth companies within investment banking, he joined the Volantis team at Henderson Global Investors in 2015, which subsequently transferred to Lombard Odier Investment Management in 2017 becoming known as 1798 Volantis.  Henry is a representative of the funds managed or sub-advised by Lombard Odier Investments Manager group entities, collectively the Company's largest shareholder.

 

I am also pleased report that after a wide search Graeme Thomson has agreed to become Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the audit committee. Graeme, 62, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has been a public company director for many decades, as a CEO, CFO/Company Secretary and as a Non-Executive. His varied commercial experience, including of Audit and Remuneration Committees, as well as internationally and of financial matters, will be of considerable benefit to the Group as we continue to expand.

 

Mozambique

Following the previously disclosed issues with cutting and export licenses over the last two years our operation in Mozambique is now a far leaner and more flexible animal. Operations in Mozambique typically increase in the second half of the year as there is a no harvesting period from January to March, and often into later in the year. Encouragingly, licenses were issued during April this year.

 

While the rest of the Group enjoys an aggressive growth mindset, our recent experience in Mozambique naturally sees us adopt a more cautious approach there. Our sales team has therefore focused largely on the domestic market where dunnage for the LNG industry and housing for workers is starting to create demand for timber and timber products. The discovery of massive natural gas deposits, some of the most significant in the world in recent years, and the advancement of the multi-billion dollar Mozambique LNG project led by Anadarko will require significant infrastructure enhancement. This is expected to promote the development of local businesses and is something we are well placed to capitalise upon.

 

SPOTT report published by ZSL

As management continues to grow the business, we are keen to be at the forefront of transparency within the forestry industry.

 

In its inaugural year of assessment, Woodbois has been placed 7th out of 97 companies on the SPOTT timber producers table, as one of only 9 other companies which were ranked in the 'higher' segment of the transparency score range this year. Interestingly perhaps, all of the other public companies that were placed within the top 20 have a market capitalisation in excess of $2bln.

 

SPOTT, Sustainability Policy Transparency Toolkit, is an online platform created by the Zoological Society of London to assess commodity producers and traders on the public disclosure of each company's policies and operations, as well as their commitments to environmental, social and governance (ESG) best practice.

 

As sustainable forestry management becomes an ever-increasing focal point in the discussion to mitigate climate change and deforestation, Woodbois is dedicated to working alongside organisations such as the ZSL to help assess companies that are at the forefront of managing tropical forests. That our ESG practices and the transparency of our operational conduct should be of the highest standards, remains central to management's medium-term goals on behalf of all our stakeholders and we look forward to working with the SPOTT team for the 2019 iteration of Woodbois' assessment. 

 

To see the SPOTT assessment for all 97 companies, please click here.

 

Sustainability report released

The modus operandi at Woodbois has always been to operate in a sustainable way, engaging with all relevant stakeholders while building a commercially and developmentally successful business. The publication of the Woodbois Sustainability Report for 2018 builds on the excellent foundation laid down by last year's inaugural report and aims to be informative, enhance transparency and provide data relating to the economic, environmental and social impacts of our operations. The report also serves to establish a clear link between the values driving our business and the ways in which our operations contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The publication helps to identify areas that, as a business, we can improve on to further establish Woodbois as a leader in the sustainable timber space. It can be found on our website at www.woodbois.com.

 

To see Woodbois' 2018 Sustainability Report, please click here.

 

Looking forward

The Group continues to improve on all fronts and has delivered further demonstrable progress in the first half of 2019, with further rapid revenue growth, reduction in administration expenses and rationalization of the corporate structure.

 

The next target for the board is for our operations to become cash-flow positive while maintaining focus on delivering high quality products and services to our customer base and continuing to drive the high levels of revenue growth delivered over the last two years. Achieving this objective will require us to operate our production facilities with enhanced efficiency and at full capacity, to scale the trading business while optimising the deployment of all available trade finance and to continue to manage costs aggressively across the group. The management team is fully committed to each of these goals and is highly motivated and incentivized to pursue them relentlessly.

 

It is appropriate at this time for me to offer a sincere thank you to Miles Pelham for his leadership, energy and direction throughout the last three years. Thanks to his considerable efforts, the Group is almost unrecognizable from the organization that he took Chairmanship of in 2016 and the changes in that time have been overwhelmingly positive. As the largest individual stakeholder, we anticipate that Miles will continue to monitor the Group with keen interest while remaining a strong supporter of its management team.

 

Special thanks must also go to our outstanding team in Mouila for their efforts in constructing and commissioning our new kilns which are available to view at www.woodbois.com/products/lumber .    

 

The momentum we have built during the first two quarters of 2019 is extremely encouraging and bodes well for the future of the Group.

 

Paul Dolan

CEO

 

Woodbois Limited

Paul Dolan - CEO

Kevin Milne - Interim Chairman

www.woodbois.com

 

+44 (0)20 7099 1940

Arden Partners Plc (Nominated adviser and broker)

Tom Price 

+44 (0)20 7614 5900

 

This announcement contains information which was previously inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of the Market Abuse Regulation EU Regulation 596/2014.



WOODBOIS LIMITED

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME

For the six month period ended 30 June 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Continuing operations

 

 

Notes

Six months to 30 June

2019

(Unaudited)

$'000

Six months to 30 June

2018 (Unaudited)

$'000

Year to 31 December 2018

(Audited)

$'000

Turnover


9,331

6,609

13,448

Cost of Sales


(7,988)

(5,877)

(11,334)

Gross profit


1,343

732

2,114

Other income


60

23

160

Gain on fair value of Biological assets


-

-

1,611

Operating costs


(2,763)

(1,259)

(5,356)

Administrative expenses


(759)

(2,523)

(2,106)

Depreciation


(141)

(386)

(474)

Share based payment expense


(173)

(634)

(658)

Operating loss


(2,433)

(4,047)

(4,709)

Contingent acquisition expense


(478)

(574)

(860)

Gain on sale of Tanzanian business


-

-

176

Foreign exchange gain


187

29

263

Finance income


-

49

-

Finance costs

5

(631)

(198)

(444)

Loss before tax


(3,355)

(4,741)

(5,574)

Taxation

6

24

(23)

(951)

Total loss for the period from continuing operations


(3,331)

(4,764)

(6,525)

 

Discontinued Operations

 

7

(63)

(778)

         (1,446)

Loss for the year


(3,394)

(5,542)

(7,971)

Attributable to:





Owners of the parent


(3,394)

(4,820)

(6,736)

Non-controlling interests


-

(722)

(1,235)



(3,394)

(5,542)

(7,971)

Other comprehensive income:





Currency translation differences, net of tax


(387)

(401)

(798)

Gain on buy-out of minorities


-

-

14,373

Total comprehensive (loss)/ income for the period:


(3,781)

(5,943)

5,604

Attributable to:





Owners of the parent


(3,781)

(5,221)

6,839

Non-controlling interests


-

(722)

(1,235)



(3,781)

(5,943)

5,604






Loss per share from continuing operations





Basic (cents)

9

(0.92)

(1.49)

(2.03)






Loss per share from discontinued operations





Basic (cents)


(0.01)

(0.25)

(0.44)

 

 


WOODBOIS LIMITED

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY

For the six month period ended 30 June 2019

 


Share capital

Share premium

Merger reserve

Preference share capital

Foreign exchange reserve

Share based payment reserve

Retained

Earnings

 

Total

Non-controlling interests

Total equity


$000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000

$'000












At 1 January 2018

4,500

22,340

44,487

14,318

(3,918)

979

31,841

114,547

20,608

135,155

Loss for the period

-

-

-

-

-

-

(4,820)

(4,820)

(722)

(5,542)

Other comprehensive income











Currency translation differences





(401)



(401)


(401)

Total comprehensive loss for the period

-

-

-

-

(401)

-

(4,820)

(5,221)

(722)

(5,943)

Issue of ordinary shares

483

5,036

-

-

-

-

-

5,519

-

5,519

Preference share dividend

-

-

-

-

-

-

(656)

(656)

-

(656)

Share based payment expense

-

-

-

-

-

634

-

634

-

634

At 30 June 2018

4,983

27,376

44,487

14,318

(4,319)

1,613

26,365

114,823

19,886

134,709

Loss for the period

-

-

-

-

-

-

(1,916)

(1,916)

(513)

(2,429)

Other comprehensive income











Gain on buy-out of minorities







14,373

14,373

(19,373)

(5,000)

Currency translation differences

-

-

-

-

(397)

-

-

(397)

-

(397)

Total comprehensive income for the period

-

-

-

-

(397)

-

12,457

12,060

(19,886)

(7,826)

Transactions with owners:











Issue of ordinary shares

634

2,578





-

3,212

-

3,212

Preference share dividend







(657)

(657)

-

(657)

Share options forfeited

-

-

-

-

-

(679)

              679

-

-

-

Share based payment expense

-

-

-

-

-

78

-

78

-

78

At 31 December 2018

5,617

29,954

44,487

14,318

(4,716)

1,012

38,844

129,516

-

129,516

Loss for the period

-

-

-

-

-

-

(3,394)

(3,394)

-

(3,394)

Other comprehensive income:











Currency translation differences

-

-

-

-

(387)

-

-

(387)

-

(387)

Total comprehensive loss for the period

-

-

-

-

(387)

-

(3,394)

(3,781)

-

(3,781)

Issue of ordinary shares

1,143

5,717

-

-

-

-

-

6,860

-

6,860

Reserve transfer

-

-

(44,487)

-

-

-

44,487

-

-

-

Preference share dividend

-

-

-

-

-

-

(656)

(656)

-

(656)

Share options forfeited

-

-

-

-

-

(109)

109

-

-

-

Share based payment expense

-

-

-

-

-

173

-

173

-

173

At 30 June 2019

6,760

35,671

-

14,318

(5,103)

1,076

79,390

132,112

-

132,112

 

 


WOODBOIS LIMITED

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION

As at 30 June 2019

 


Notes

30 June 2019

(Unaudited)

30 June 2018

(Unaudited)

31 December 2018

(Audited)



$'000

$'000

$'000

ASSETS





Non-current assets





Consideration receivable

7

2,547

-

1,841

Biological assets

10

194,708

192,501

194,708

Property, plant and equipment


17,650

20,059

17,081

Total non-current assets


214,905

212,560

213,630






Current assets





Trade and other receivables

11

6,912

3,349

5,924

Inventory


7,124

6,602

6,738

Cash and cash equivalents


4,269

1,151

1,910

Total current assets


18,305

11,102

14,572

TOTAL ASSETS


233,210

223,662

228,202






LIABILITIES





Current liabilities





Trade and other payables

12

(5,303)

(4,738)

(5,751)

Borrowings

13

(1,909)

(5,150)

(5,024)

Consideration payable


-

-

(5,000)

Contingent acquisition liability


(1,122)

(1,024)

(1,269)

Total current liabilities


(8,334)

(10,912)

(17,044)






Non-current liabilities





Deferred tax

6

(62,655)

(61,741)

(62,655)

Preference share liability

15

(14,557)

(13,244)

(13,901)

Borrowings

13

(15,552)

(3,056)

(5,086)

Total non-current liabilities


(92,764)

(78,041)

(81,642)

TOTAL LIABILITIES


(101,098)

(88,953)

(98,686)






NET ASSETS


132,112

134,709

129,516






EQUITY





Share capital

14

6,760

4,983

5,617

Share premium


35,671

27,376

29,954

Merger reserve

16

-

44,487

44,487

Preference share capital

15

14,318

14,318

14,318

Foreign exchange reserve


(5,103)

(4,319)

(4,716)

Share based payment reserve


1,076

1,613

1,012

Retained earnings

16

79,390

26,365

38,844

Equity attributable to the owners of the parent


132,112

114,823

129,516

Non-controlling interests


-

19,886

-

TOTAL EQUITY


132,112

134,709

129,516

 

Approved by the board and authorised for issue on 10 September 2019

 

 

K Milne                                                                                              

Chairman           



WOODBOIS LIMITED

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS

For the six month period ended 30 June 2019

 


Notes

Six months to 30 June 2019

(Unaudited)

Six months to 30 June

2018

(Unaudited)

Year to 31 December 2018

(Audited)



$'000

$'000

$'000

OPERATING ACTIVITIES





Loss before taxation - continuing operations


(3,355)

(4,741)

(5,574)

Loss before taxation - discontinued operations


(63)

(778)

(1,446)

Loss before taxation


(3,418)

(5,519)

(7,020)

Adjustment for non-cash items:





Movement in foreign exchange


(187)

(29)

(263)

Fair value adjustment of biological asset


-

-

(1,611)

Depreciation of property, plant and equipment


614

805

1,625

Movement in inventory provision


(149)

665

295

Contingent acquisition expense


(147)

450

695

Profit on disposal of Tanzanian assets


-

-

(176)

Share based payment expense / reserve transfer


173

634

658

Increase in trade and other receivables


(1,674)

(166)

(1,852)

(Decrease)/Increase in trade and other payables


(475)

721

1,708

Decrease in consideration payable


(5,000)

-

-

Increase in inventory


(237)

(1,783)

(1,764)

Finance income


-

(49)

-

Finance expense


631

198

444

Cash outflow from continuing operations


(9,869)

(4,073)

(7,261)

Income taxes paid


(29)

-

(52)

Interest paid


(224)

(96)

(257)

Net cash flow from operating activities


(10,122)

(4,169)

(7,570)






INVESTING ACTIVITIES





Purchases of property, plant and equipment


(151)

(2,240)

(2,825)

Cash outflow for assets under construction


(1,208)

-

(420)

Net cash inflow/(outflow) from investing activities


(1,359)

(2,240)

(3,245)






FINANCING ACTIVITIES





Repayment of loans and borrowings


(1,502)

(1,448)

(1,771)

Proceeds from the issue of ordinary shares


6,896

5,519

8,731

Proceeds from trade finance facility


8,446

1,400

3,676

Net cash inflow from financing activities


13,840

5,471

10,636






Increase/(Decrease) in cash and cash equivalents


2,359

(938)

(179)

Cash and cash equivalents at start of period


1,910

2,089

2,089

Net cash and cash equivalents at end of period


4,269

1,151

1,910

 



WOODBOIS LIMITED

NOTES TO THE CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INTERIM FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

 

1. BASIS OF PREPARATION

 

The interim financial statements of Woodbois Limited are unaudited condensed consolidated financial statements for the six months to 30 June 2019. These include unaudited comparatives for the six month period to 30 June 2018 together with audited comparatives for the year to 31 December 2018.

 

2. SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES

 

The condensed consolidated financial statements have been prepared under the historical cost convention except for the revaluation of certain financial investments, available for sale investments and financial assets and liabilities which are included at fair value.

 

The condensed interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the AIM Rules for Companies. As permitted, the Group has chosen not to adopt IAS 34 "Interim Financial Statements" in preparing this interim financial information. The condensed interim financial statements should be read in conjunction with the annual financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2018, which have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the European Union.

 

The condensed consolidated financial statements do not constitute statutory accounts, as defined under section 244 of the Companies (Guernsey) Law 2008. It has been prepared on a going concern basis in accordance with the recognition and measurement criteria of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the European Union.

 

The Directors are satisfied that the Group has sufficient resources to continue its operations and to meet its commitments for the immediate future. The Group has therefore adopted the going concern basis in preparing its condensed interim financial statements.

 

The statutory accounts for the period to 31 December 2018 were approved by the Board of Directors on 7 May 2019 have been reported on by the Group's auditors, which have been delivered to the Guernsey Registrar of Companies. The report of the auditors on those financial statements was unqualified.

 

IFRS 16, Leases

IFRS 16, Leases, supersedes IAS 17, Leases, IFRIC 4, Determining whether an Arrangement contains a Lease, SIC-15, Operating Leases-Incentives and SIC-27, Evaluating the Substance of Transactions involving the Legal Form of a Lease. The standard sets out the principles for the recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure of leases and requires lessees to account for most leases under a single on-balance sheet.

 

Lessor accounting under IFRS 16 is substantially unchanged from IAS 17.  Lessors will continue to classify leases as either operating or finance leases using similar principles as in IAS 17.  Therefore, IFRS 16 did not have an impact for leases where the Group is the sublessor.

 

The Group adopted IFRS 16 using the modified retrospective method of adoption with the date of initial application of 1 January 2019. Under this method, the standard is applied retrospectively with the cumulative effect of initially applying the standard recognized at the date of initial application. The Group elected to use the transition practical expedient allowing the standard to be applied only to contracts that were previously identified as leases applying IAS 17 and IFRIC 4 at the date of initial application. The Group also elected to use the recognition exemptions for lease contracts that, at the commencement date, have a remaining lease term of 12 months or less and do not contain a purchase option ("short‐term leases"), and lease contracts for which the underlying asset is of low value ("low‐value assets").

 

a)    Nature of the effect of adoption of IFRS 16

The Group has lease contracts for various property, plant and equipment.  Before the adoption of IFRS 16, the Group classified each of its leases (as lessee) at inception date either as a finance lease or an operating lease.  A lease was classified as a finance lease, if it transferred substantially all of the risks and rewards incidental to ownership of the leased assets to the Group; otherwise it was classified as an operating lease. Finance leases were capitalised at the commencement of the lease at the inception date fair value of the leased property or, if lower, at present value of the minimum lease payments.  Lease payments were apportioned between interest (recognized as finance costs) and the reduction in lease liability.  In an operating lease the leased property was not capitalised, and the lease payments were recognised as expense in the consolidated statement of income (loss) on a straight line basis over the term of the lease. Any prepaid rent and accrued rent were recognised under trade and other receivables and trade and other payables, retrospectively.

 

Under the adoption of IFRS 16, the Group applied a single recognition and measurement approach for all leases, except for short-term leases and leases of low-value assets.  The standard provides specific transition requirements and practical expedients, which have been applied by the Group.

 

Lease previously classified as finance leases

The Group did not change the initial carrying amounts of recognised assets and liabilities as the date of initial application for leases previously classified as finance leases (i.e., the right-of-use assets and lease liabilities equal the leased assets and liabilities recognized under IAS 17).  The requirements of IFRS 16 were applied to these leases from 1 January 2019.

 

Leases previously classified as operating leases

The Group recognised right-of-use assets and liabilities for those leases previously classified as operating lease, except for short term leases and leases of low-value assets.  The right-of-use assets for most leases were recognised based on the carrying amount as if the standard had always been applied, apart from the use of incremental borrowing rate at the date of initial application. In some leases, the right-of-use assets were recognised based on the amount equal to the lease liabilities, adjusted for any related prepaid and accrued lease payments previously recognised.  Lease liabilities were recognised based on the present value of the remaining lease payments, discounted using the incremental borrowing rate at the date of initial application.

 

The Group has also applied the available practical expedients wherein it:

-     Applied the short-term lease exemptions to leases with lease term that ends within 12 months at the date of initial application;

-     Used hindsight in determining the lease term where the contract contains options to extend or terminate the lease.

 

The Board has evaluated the effect of adopting IFRS 16 on the Group's consolidated balance sheet and consolidated statement of comprehensive income (loss) as at 1 January 2019 and has concluded that the impact is not material.

 

b)    Summary of new accounting policies

Set out below are the new accounting policies of the Group upon adoption of IFRS 16:

 

Right‐of‐use assets

The Group recognizes right‐of‐use assets at the commencement date of the lease (i.e., the date the underlying asset is available for use). Right‐of‐use assets are measured at cost, less any accumulated depreciation and impairment losses, and adjusted for any remeasurement of lease liabilities. The cost of right‐of‐use assets includes the amount of lease liabilities recognized, initial direct costs incurred, and lease payments made at or before the commencement date less any lease incentives received. Unless the Group is reasonably certain to obtain ownership of the leased asset at the end of the lease term, the recognized right‐of‐use assets are depreciated on a straight‐line basis over the shorter of its estimated useful life and the lease term. Right‐of‐use assets are subject to impairment.

 

Lease liabilities

At the commencement date of the lease, the Group recognizes lease liabilities measured at the present value of lease payments to be made over the lease term. The lease payments include fixed payments (including in‐substance fixed payments) less any lease incentives receivable, variable lease payments that depend on an index or a rate, and amounts expected to be paid under residual value guarantees, if applicable. The lease payments also include the exercise price of a purchase option reasonably certain to be exercised by the Group and payments of penalties for terminating a lease, if the lease term reflects the Group exercising the option to terminate. The variable lease payments that do not depend on an index or a rate are recognized as occupancy expense in the period on which the event or condition that triggers the payment occurs.

 

In calculating the present value of lease payments, the Group uses the incremental borrowing rate at the lease commencement date if the interest rate implicit in the lease is not readily determinable. After the commencement date, the amount of lease liabilities is increased to reflect the accretion of interest and reduced for the lease payments made. In addition, the carrying amount of lease liabilities is remeasured if there is a modification, a change in the lease term, a change in the in‐substance fixed lease payments or a change in the assessment to purchase the underlying asset.

 

Short‐term leases and leases of low‐value assets

The Group applies the short‐term lease recognition exemption to its short‐term leases (i.e., those leases that have a lease term of 12 months or less from commencement date and do not contain a purchase option). It also applies the lease of low‐value assets recognition exemption to leases of equipment that are considered of low value (i.e., below $5). Lease payments on short‐term leases and leases of low‐value assets are recognized as occupancy expense on a straight‐line basis over the lease term.

 

IFRIC Interpretation 23, Uncertainty over Income Tax Treatment

The Interpretation addresses the accounting for income taxes when tax treatments involve uncertainty that affects the application of IAS 12, Income Taxes. It does not apply to taxes or levies outside the scope of IAS 12, nor does it specifically include requirements relating to interest and penalties associated with uncertain tax treatments. The Interpretation specifically addresses the following:

·      Whether an entity considers uncertain tax treatments separately;

·      The assumptions an entity makes about the examination of tax treatments by taxation authorities;

·      How an entity determines taxable profit (tax loss), tax bases, unused tax losses, unused tax credits and tax rates; and

·      How an entity considers changes in facts and circumstances.

 

An entity has to determine whether to consider each uncertain tax treatment separately or together with one or more other uncertain tax treatments. The approach that better predicts the resolution of the uncertainty needs to be followed.

 

The Group applies significant judgment in identifying uncertainties over income tax treatments. Since the Group operates in a complex multinational environment, it assessed whether the Interpretation had an impact on its consolidated financial statements.

 

Upon adoption of the Interpretation, the Group considered whether it has any uncertain tax positions, particularly those relating to transfer pricing. The Group's tax filings in different jurisdictions include deductions related to transfer pricing and the taxation authorities may challenge those tax treatments. The Group determined, based on its tax compliance and transfer pricing study, that it is probable that its tax treatments (including those for the subsidiaries) will be accepted by the taxation authorities. The Interpretation did not have a material impact on the interim financial statements.

 

Other Accounting Pronouncements and Amendments

 

IAS 12, Income Taxes

The amendments apply for annual reporting periods beginning on or after January 1, 2019 and clarify that the income tax consequences of dividends are linked more directly to past transactions or events that generated distributable profits than to distributions to owners. Therefore, an entity recognizes the income tax consequences of dividends in profit or loss, other comprehensive income or equity according to where it originally recognized those past transactions or events.

 

Since the Group's current practice is in line with this amendment, it had no impact on the interim financial statements.  

 

Other accounting pronouncements and amendments 

Other accounting pronouncements, and amendments proposed as part of the Annual Improvements 2015‐2017 Cycle that are assessed to have no impact on the interim financial statements are:

Amendments to IFRS 9: Prepayment Features with Negative Compensation

‐ Amendments to IAS 19: Plan Amendment, Curtailment or Settlement

‐ Amendments to IAS 28: Long‐term Interests in Associates and Joint Ventures

‐ IFRS 3, Business Combinations

‐ IFRS 11, Joint Arrangements

‐ IAS 23, Borrowing Costs

 

3. CRITICAL ACCOUNTING ESTIMATES AND AREAS OF JUDGEMENT

 

The preparation of the consolidated financial statements requires management to make estimates and judgements and form assumptions that affect the reported amounts of the assets, liabilities, revenue and costs during the periods presented therein, and the disclosure of contingent liabilities at the date of the financial statements. Estimates and judgements are continually evaluated and based on management's historical experience and other factors, including future expectations and events that are believed to be reasonable.

 

Significant items subject to such estimates are set out in the notes of the Group's 2018 Annual Report and Financial Statements. The nature and amounts of such estimates have not changed significantly during the interim period.

 

4.  SEGMENTAL REPORTING

 

The reportable segments are identified by the Board (which is considered to be the Chief Operating Decision Maker) by the way management has organised the Group. The Group operates within two separate operational divisions comprising forestry and trading.

 

The Directors review the performance of the Group based on total revenues and costs, for these two divisions and not by any other segmental reporting.  Please see Note 8 for the segment report.

 

5.  FINANCE COST

 


6 months

30 June
2019

(Unaudited)

6 months

30 June
2018

(Unaudited)

Year to

 31 December
2018

(Audited)


$'000

$'000

$'000

Interest expense

(224)

(145)

(202)

Interest accrued on trade finance facility

(407)

(53)

(242)

Total

(631)

(198)

(444)

 

6.  TAXATION

 

The accrued tax charge for the six month interim period is based on an estimated worldwide average effective tax rate of nil per cent, after allowance for utilisation of tax losses brought forward in UK and Denmark based subsidiaries (six months to 31 June 2018: nil per cent).

 

The Group has recognised a net deferred tax liability of $62.655 million at 30 June 2019 (30 June 2018: $61.741 million, 31 December 2018: $62.655 million) which mainly arose on the revaluation of a biological asset.



7.  DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS

 

At 31 December 2018 the Group disposed of the agricultural business and assets in Tanzania, namely Magole Agriculture Limited, Milama Processing Company Limited, Magole Land Limited and Wami Agriculture Co. Limited (together the disposal group).  Mama Jo's Fresh Limited was deregistered on 21st July 2018.

 

Results of disposal group:

 

6 months

30 June 2019

(Unaudited)

$000

6 Months

30 June 2018

(Unaudited)

$000

 Year to

31 December 2018

(Audited)

$000

Turnover

-

25

109

Cost of sales

-

(411)

(931)

Gross profit / (loss)

-

(386)

(822)

Other income

-

13

116

Operating costs

-

(98)

(533)

Administrative expenses

(11)

(150)

(146)

Depreciation

-

(165)

-

Share based payments

(60)

-

(54)

Foreign exchange gain / (loss)

8

8

(7)

Loss before tax

(63)

(778)

(1,446)

Taxation

-

-

-

Loss after tax

(63)

(778)

(1,446)

 

For the year ended 31 December 2018, $0.238 million depreciation was included in Cost of Sales (period ended 30 June 2018 $0.105 million).

 

The total identifiable assets disposed of amounted to $2.324 million and the total consideration was $2.5 million, payable in cash of $2.015 million and non-cash consideration (assuming a loan) of $0.485 million. This resulted in a gain on disposal of $0.176 million.

 

Under the Sale and Purchase Agreement ("SPA") the consideration is payable by the buyer in 12 quarterly instalments. The first instalment of $250,000 was payable on 30 April 2019.  The remainder is to be paid in 11 equal instalments.  At the time of writing, the buyer had not yet paid the initial instalment and so the Group has commenced legal action. Given the uncertainty over the timing of when it will receive the consideration due, the Group has classified the consideration as non-current (31 December 2018: non-current, $1.84 million and current portion $0.659 million).

 

Expenses incurred post disposal for the account of the buyer amount to $0.047 million.

 

 

8. SEGMENT REPORTING

 

Segmental information is presented on the basis of the information provided to the Chief Operating Decision Maker ("CODM"), which is the Board of Directors. 

 

The Group is currently focused on forestry and timber trading. These are the Group's primary reporting segments.  For the six months ended 30 June 2019 sales made to one customer accounted for 14% of the total turnover.  Sales made to a second customer during the same period accounted for 13% of the total turnover.

 

 

 



The following table shows the segment analysis of the Group's loss before tax for the six months to and net assets at 30 June 2019:

 


Forestry

Trading

Unallocated head office costs, discontinued operations and intra-group eliminations

Total


$000

$000

$000

$000

Income statement




Turnover

3,602

5,729

-

9,331

Cost of Sales

(2,847)

(5,141)

-

(7,988)

Gross profit

755

588

-

1,343

Other income

43

3

14

60

Operating costs

(2,025)

(738)

-

(2,763)

Administrative expenses

-

(5)

(754)

(759)

Depreciation

(105)

(32)

(4)

(141)

Share based payment expense

(75)

(92)

(6)

(173)

Foreign exchange gain

47

108

32

187

Contingent acquisition expense

(239)

(239)

-

(478)

Segment operating (loss)/profit

(1,599)

(407)

(718)

(2,724)

Finance costs

(208)

(423)

-

(631)

Loss before taxation

(1,807)

(830)

(718)

(3,355)

Taxation

24

-

-

24

Loss after taxation

(1,783)

(830)

(718)

(3,331)






NET ASSETS





Assets:

214,466

40,550

(21,806)

233,210

Liabilities:

(19,232)

(35,300)

16,089

(38,443)

Deferred tax liability

(62,655)

-

-

(62,655)

Net assets

132,579

5,250

(5,717)

132,112

 



The following table shows the segment analysis of the Group's loss before tax for the year and net assets at 31 December 2018:

 


Forestry

Trading

Unallocated head office costs and intra-group eliminations

Total


$000

$000

$000

$000

Income statement





Turnover

5,579

7,869

-

13,448

Cost of Sales

(4,397)

(6,937)

-

(11,334)

Gross profit

1,182

932

-

2,114

Other income

5

-

155

160

Operating costs

(3,443)

(1,330)

(583)

(5,356)

Administrative expenses

-

(290)

(1,816)

(2,106)

Depreciation

(408)

(66)

-

(474)

Share based payment expense

(422)

(151)

(85)

(658)

Foreign exchange (losses) / gains

(38)

(411)

712

263

Gain on disposal of Tanzanian business

-

-

176

176

Contingent acquisition expense

-

(860)

-

(860)

Gain on fair value of Biological assets

1,611

-

-

1,611

Segment operating loss

(1,513)

(2,176)

(1,441)

(5,130)

Finance costs

-

(201)

(243)

(444)

Loss before taxation

(1,513)

(2,377)

(1,684)

(5,574)

Taxation

(585)

(366)

-

(951)

Loss after taxation

(2,098)

(2,743)

(1,684)

(6,525)






NET ASSETS





Assets:

205,205

11,104

11,893

228,202

Liabilities:

(17,303)

(9,692)

(9,036)

(36,031)

Deferred tax (liability) / asset

(62,655)

-

-

(62,655)

Net assets

125,246

1,412

2,858

129,516






 

9.  EARNINGS PER SHARE

 

Basic earnings per share is based on a loss for the six months of $4.050 million (being the loss for the six months of $3.394 million adjusted for preference share dividends accrued, classified as equity, of $0.656 million) attributable to equity holders of the parent, divided by the weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue during the period of 432,019,220 (which is exclusive of 99,378 treasury shares). During the period 88,000,000 shares were issued (see note 14).

 



10. BIOLOGICAL ASSETS

 


30 June
2019

(Unaudited)

30 June
2018

(Unaudited)

31 December
2018

(Audited)

 Standing timber

$'000

$'000

$'000

Carrying value at beginning of the period

194,708

192,501

192,501

Additions

-

-

596

Fair value adjustment

-

-

1,611

Carrying value at end of period

194,708

192,501

194,708

 

Valuation of the biological assets is reviewed by the Directors once a year however, nothing has come to our attention since the last review and the date of issue of these accounts, to indicate that the assets are potentially impaired or have materially increased in value since the last review.

 

The methods and assumptions used in determining the fair value of standing timber within the forestry concessions held has been based on discounted cash flow models which require a number of significant judgements to be made by the Directors in respect of sales price, production levels, operational cost and discount rates. Please refer to note 13 of the financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2018 for more details.

 

11. TRADE AND OTHER RECEIVABLES

 


30 June
2019

(Unaudited)

30 June 2018

(Unaudited)

31 December
2018

(Audited)


$'000

$'000

$'000

Trade receivables

3,605

942

2,874

Other receivables

237

1,126

824

Deposits

33

28

35

Current tax receivable*

50

25

-

Sales tax recoverable

408

131

242

Consideration due - sale of Tanzanian business -




current portion

-

-

659

Related party receivable re discontinued operations

58

-

-

Prepayments and accrued income

2,521

1,097

1,290

Total

6,912

3,349

5,924

 

*A portion ($0.032 million) of the VAT receivable balance relates to refunds owing to our operations in Mozambique.  According to VAT legislation in Mozambique, the Group should be able to obtain a cash refund of the input VAT owing however, our experience has been that it is only recoverable through utilisation against Vatable sales.  Given that local (VATable) sales in Mozambique is difficult to predict, it may be that a portion of the balance is not going to be recovered within 12 months (and should therefore be classified as long term instead).  If we see local sales dropping, we shall reclassify the amount.

 



12. TRADE AND OTHER PAYABLES

 


30 June
2019

(Unaudited)

30 June 2018

(Unaudited)

31 December
2018

(Audited)


$'000

$'000

$'000

Trade payables

2,271

3,046

2,621

Contract liabilities

1,968

261

1,249

Accruals

68

402

588

Current tax payable

24

-

27

Other payables

667

506

905

Other related party loans

7

112

-

Provisions

24

60

-

Debt due to concession holders

274

351

361

Total

5,303

4,738

5,751

 

The Directors consider that the carrying amount of trade and sundry payables approximates to their fair value.

 

13.  BORROWINGS


30 June
2019 (Unaudited)

30 June
2018

(Unaudited)

31 December
2018

(Audited)


$'000

$'000

$'000

Non-current liabilities




Bank facility

1,998

-

-

Business loan

877

1,567

1,256

Internal trade fund

12,657

1,453

3,804

Car loans

20

36

26


15,552

3,056

5,086

Current Liabilities




Bank facility

1,252

3,908

4,394

Business Loan

640

1,225

613

Car loans

17

17

17


1,909

5,150

5,024

Total

17,461

8,206

10,110

 

During the six-month period ending 30 June 2019, the Group raised additional trade finance to the value of $8.4 million net of accrued interest. The internal trade fund accrues interest at a rate of 11.5% per annum.  Interest accrued at 30 June 2019 was $0.407 million (30 June 2018: $0.053 million, 31 December 2018: $0.242 million). Other than 1798 Volantis Fund Limited (who invested $5 million in the fund), who under the terms of the Deed of Variation, signed in July 2019, will not request repayments prior to 16 July 2020, investors in the internal trade fund are required to give 120 days' notice of a request for repayment.  At the time of writing, no investor has given notice of a request for repayment and as such, the entire fund has been classified as non-current.  Should such notice be received, the relevant portion would be reclassified as current.

 

Except for a portion of $5 million that is unsecured, the internal trade fund is secured by either the trade debtor or inventory item that it financed.

 

The bank facility is repayable at $0.313 million a quarter.



14. SHARE CAPITAL

               


Number

$'000

Authorised:



Ordinary shares of 1 penny each

Unlimited

Unlimited

Allotted, issued and fully paid:

Ordinary shares of 1 penny each



At 1 January 2018

293,279,267

4,500

Issued in the period

34,436,781

483

At 30 June 2018

327,716,048

4,983

Issued in the period

49,735,883

634

At 31 December 2018

377,451,931

5,617

Issued in the period

88,000,000

1,143

At 30 June 2019

465,451,931

6,760

 

Balances classified as share capital include the nominal value on issue of the Company's equity share capital, comprising ordinary shares of 1p each.

 

During the period ended 30 June 2019, 88,000,000 ordinary shares with a nominal value of $1.143 million were issued for a cash consideration of $6.9 million. 

 

As at 31 December 2018 there were existing warrants in issue of 34,436,781 held by third parties, including Miles Pelham (ex-Chairman) who holds 5,714,286 warrants.  The subscription price for these warrants is 20p and they expire on 28 February 2020.

 

In January 2019 the Company accepted subscription to 40,000,000 new Woodbois Limited warrants at 10p, from 1798 Volantis Fund Limited, acting through its discretionary investment manager Lombard Odier Asset Management (USA) Corp.  In July 2019, a deed of variation amended the subscription price to 8p.

 

Volantis will be entitled to exercise 50% of the warrants at any time during the period commencing on the first anniversary of the drawdown date of the trade finance loan being 1 April 2020 and expiring on the third anniversary of the drawdown date of the Loan Agreement. Up to 50% of the warrants will also be exercisable at any time following the initial drawdown date provided that Volantis has owned 10% or more of the issued share capital of Woodbois prior to exercise. 

 

15. PREFERENCE SHARES


30 June 2019

(Unaudited)

30 June 2018

(Unaudited)

31 December
2018

(Audited)


$'000

$'000

$'000

Preference share liability

13,901

11,932

13,901

Preference share capital

14,318

14,318

14,318

Total

28,219

26,250

28,219





Preference share liability

13,901

12,588

11,932

Preference share dividend accrued

656

656

1,969

Total

14,557

13,244

13,901

 

As at 31 December 2018, the Group had issued 75,000 preference shares, in Argento Limited (Mauritius subsidiary) at a par value of $350 per share. The preference shares are convertible into either ordinary Woodbois Limited shares at a current ratio of 1:2,537 as of 30 June 2019 or ordinary Argento Limited shares (1:1), at any time, at the option of the shareholder. Conversion ratios will continue to be adjusted for any dilution.

 

The preference shares have priority for an annual dividend equivalent to 5% of the amount subscribed for the Shares (which will compound until paid), and paid pro rata for any period up to a liquidity event and will also participate pro-rata in any further dividend paid on the ordinary shares. The preference shares have no maturity date.

The preference shares do not carry the right to vote.

 

The preference shares have been determined to contain both a host liability and an equity component and is therefore classified as a compound financial instrument. In valuing the preference shares, the fair value of the liability component was determined first by valuing the preferred shares at the market rate that would apply to an identical financial instrument without the conversion option. The average market rate used in determining the fair value of the liability portion was 11%.

 

As explained in more detail in the CEO's report, the Group proposed to restructure the 5% perpetual preference shares in Woodbois subsidiary Argento by buying them back and issuing the holders instead with a convertible bond, issued by Woodbois. The Woodbois convertible bond will have a 5 year tenure, 4% coupon and conversion price of 8p.  100% of Preference shareholders have accepted the conversion terms.

 

16.  MERGER RESERVE

 

As voted on and approved by the Shareholders at the last Annual General Meeting (19 June 2019), the balance on the merger reserve was transferred to retained earnings.

 

17. POST BALANCE SHEET EVENTS

 

Other than the events related to the missed payment due for the sale of the Tanzanian business (see note 7) and the conversion of the preference shares to convertible bonds (see note 15), the directors are not aware of any events that occurred between the reporting date and the date of issue of these accounts that require further disclosure or adjustment.

 

18.  INTERIM FINANCIAL REPORT

 

A copy of this interim report as well as the full Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2018 can be found on the Company's website at www.woodbois.com.

 


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