World News: 13:15 GMT Tuesday 14th January 2020. [Cramo Plc via Globe Newswire via SPi World News]
Cramo Plc Stock Exchange Release 14 January 2020 at 3.15 pm (EET)
Cramo's Modular Space business was transferred to Adapteo Plc in a partial demerger of Cramo on 30 June 2019 and Cramo’s shareholders received Adapteo shares as demerger consideration (1:1). Due to the partial demerger the original acquisition cost of Cramo shares is divided between Cramo and Adapteo shares in the Finnish taxation. The acquisition cost depends on the original acquisition date. Determination of the acquisition costs is necessary for the Finnish taxation purposes in order to calculate a capital gain or loss from a sale of shares.
Large Taxpayers’ Office has confirmed that the original acquisition cost of Cramo share is divided between Cramo and Adapteo shares based on the ratio of net assets.
Cramo’s net assets were divided between Cramo and Adapteo in the partial demerger as follows:
The above description of the determination of the acquisition costs is not applicable to non-Finnish resident shareholders. We recommend that shareholders who are tax resident outside Finland will seek advice from their own tax advisors or local tax authorities in order to determine the acquisition costs of the shares for their taxation purposes.
Determination of the acquisition cost for Finnish taxation purposes
In the Finnish taxation the original acquisition cost of Cramo shares is divided between Cramo and Adapteo shares received as a demerger consideration based either on the ratio of the distribution of net assets of the companies on demerger date or on the ratio of the current values of the shares. The current value ratio is used if the distribution ratio of the net assets materially differs from the current value ratio.
The ratio of the current values of Cramo and Adapteo shares did not materially differ from the distribution ratio of the net assets. Therefore, the acquisition costs of the shares are determined according to the main rule, i.e. according to the distribution ratio of the net assets.
Further information (in Finnish) about the decision can be found at:
Leif Gustafsson President and CEO
Cramo is one of the leading European equipment rental services companies with revenue of EUR 632 million in 2018, serving approximately 150,000 customers through around 300 depots across 11 markets with a full range of machinery, equipment and related services. Cramo enjoys solid market position in all key markets and has a strong focus on the most sophisticated customers primarily within the renovation and new-build construction, industrial and public sector end-markets. Cramo shares (CRA1V) are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd.
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