IDGC of Centre, JSC Explanatory Note for Financial Statements for 2009 (Data is expressed in thousand rubles)
Contents: Information on the company
General rules of drawing up of the financial statements
Disclosure of essential indicators
Information on the company
1. Full name
Interregional Distribution Grid Company of
Centre, Joint-Stock Company;
tax payer number 6901067107
2. Short name
IDGC of Centre, JSC
3. Date of state registration
December 17, 2004
4. Information on the authorized capital
The authorized capital of the company
equals to 4 221 794 146,8 (four billion two hundred and twenty-one million seven hundred and ninety-four thousand one hundred and forty-six) rubles
5. Information on the participants
Total number of persons, recorded in the register of issuer’s shareholders as of expiration date of the last accounting quarter: 15 306
Total number of nominees: 22
6. Information on the auditor
HLB Vneshaudit, CJSC performing auditor functions under License No E000548 issued by the
Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation
on 25.06.2002 with the validity term
of 10 years.
The main business activities of IDGC of Centre, JSC are:
Electric power transmission and distribution in 0,4-110kV power lines services
Technological connection to 0,4-110kV power grids services
The main sales markets of services provided by IDGC of Centre, JSC and by the Company’s branches are:
IDGC of Centre, JSC performs its activity in 11 constituent entities of the Russian Federation, located in Central Federal District of the Russian Federation. These constituent entities include the following regions: Belgorod, Bryansk, Voronezh, Kostroma, Kursk, Lipetsk, Orel, Smolensk, Tambov, Tver and Yaroslavl.
IDGC of Centre, JSC renders technological connection services to the following final applicant: individuals (private sector), legal entities (small, medium-sized, large business), territorial cooperating grid organizations, budget organizations.
The Company’s Board of Directors performs general management of the Company’s activity, except for solution of issues referred to the competence of the General Meeting of Shareholders by the Federal Law “On Joint-Stock Companies” and the Company’s articles of association.
Structure of the Board of Directors of IDGC of Centre, JSC
Sergey Borisovich Kosarev
Director of Legal Department of State Corporation “Rosnano”,
Adviser General Director of IDGC Holding, JSC
Tatiana Alexandrovna Seliverstova
Head of the Securities Division of the Department of corporate governance and interaction with shareholders of IDGC Holding, JSC
Aleksandr Markovich Branis
Director of Analytical Department of the Representative office of "Prosperity Capital Management (RF) Ltd."
Yevgeny Fedorovich Makarov
General Director of IDGC of Centre, JSC
Sergey Nikolaevich Ivanov
First Deputy Chairperson of the Management Board of FGC UES, JSC
Sergey Nikolaevich Popovsky
Member of the Management Board – Deputy Chairperson of the Management Board - Noncommercial partnership “Market council for organization of effective system of whole sale and retail of electric power and power” (NP «Market council», NP “ATS” till 03.09.2008) –
Denis Alexandrovich Spirin
Director for the Corporate Governance of the Representative office of Prosperity Capital Management (RF) Ltd.
Alexandr Grigoryevich Starchenko
Member of the Board of Directors (Chairman of the Board of Directors since 11.04.2008) of «Lipetsk Power Sales Company”, JSC
Deputy Director of Department for economic regulation and property relations in Fuel and Energy Complex of Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation
Roman Alexeevich Filkin
Deputy Director of the Representative Office of Prosperity Capital Management, (Russian Federation) Ltd.
Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors – Sergey Borisovich Kosarev,Director of Legal Department of State Corporation “Rosnano”, Adviser General Director of IDGC Holding, JSC
Management of the Company’s current activity is performed by the sole executive body – General Director. Makarov Yevgeny Fedorovich is the General Director of IDGC of Centre, JSC.
The composition of Audit Committee of IDGC of Centre, JSC is:
Olga Vladimirovna Rokhlina
Chief expert of Internal Audit Department of IDGC Holding, JSC
Vadim Evgenyevich Bunin
Head of the Internal Control and Audit Department of IDGC of Centre, JSC
Anna Yuryevna Katina
Head of the division for analysis and control of corporate governance of the Department for the Corporate Governance and Interaction with Shareholders of IDGC Holding, JSC
Lyudmila Romanovna Matyunina
Irina Vasilyevna Mikhno
The Company associates its future with mitigation of activity risks expressed in transfer to long-term system of regulation on RAB basis. Increase in transparency either of regulation process itself or of operating activity the Company’s target is to increase a degree of confidence of activity results forecasting, that is necessary for both management and investors. Other aspect of risks mitigation is expressed in improvement of grid operation reliability.
Growth of market share of the Company within the territory of the activity is possible due to absorption of electric grid assets of other territorial grid organizations. Aim of absorption of grid assets is increase of their cost due to more effective management, improvement of service quality; this will positively affect the Company’s value.
The Company associates its competitive advantages with implementation of modern system of management. Development of matrix management system will allow as concentrating of management efforts for achievement of strategic targets so as reducing of expenses (temporary, financial) for taking of managerial decisions.
The Company views itself in the financial market in future as an object for conservative long-term investments. Besides striving to make business of the Company with minimal risks and forecasted profitability, management pays considerable attention to development of stock market and interaction with investors. Target of this activity is growth of capitalization, lower borrowing cost in the open market in future and possibility to attract share capital at fair prices for absorption of grid assets.
2. General rules of drawing up of the financial statements
Annual financial statements of the Company are prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Law of the Russian Federation.
Accounting records of the property, liabilities and business operations is kept on the basis of natural measures in monetary terms by means of continuous, uninterrupted, documental and correlated reflection. Indicators of annual financial statements are listed on the basis of the principle of essentiality for estimation of the financial state by all interested customers.
Annual financial statements of the company are drawn up in accordance with assumptions of the going concern that presupposes the possibility of assets disposal and performance of obligations during ordinary business activity.
Data of the financial statements is expressed in thousand rubles.
3. Accounting policy
The present financial statements of the Company are drawn up on the basis of the accounting policy approved by the order No. 2 dated 26.12.2005 “On accounting policy of IDGC of Centre, JSC since 01.04.2008, JSC” and by the order No. 90a dated 31.03.2008 “On introduction of alterations into the order dated 14.01.2008” and by the order No. 315 dated 31.12.2008 “On accounting policy of IDGC of Centre, JSC”. The accounting policy is formed in accordance with the requirements of:
The Civil Code of the Russian federation;
129-FL “On Accounting” dated 21.11.96:
Regulation on accounting and reporting in the Russian Federation (order of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation No. 34-n dated 29.07.1998).
RAS (Russian Accounting Standards) 1/2008 “Accounting policy of an organisation”, RAS 2/2008 “Accounting of construction contracts”, RAS 3\2006 “Accounting of assets and liabilities of, the price of which is expressed in foreign currency”, RAS 4/99 “Financial statements of an organisation”, RAS 5/01 “Inventory accounting”, RAS 6/01 “Accounting of fixed assets”, RAS 7/98 “Events after the reporting date”, RAS 8/01 “Contingencies”, RAS 9/99 “Profit of an organisation”, RAS 10/99 “Expenses of an organisation”, RAS 11/2008 “Information on affiliated entities”, RAS 12/2000 “Segment information”, RAS 13/2000 “Accounting of state aid”, RAS 14/2007 “Accounting of intangible assets”, RAS 15/2008 “Accountingunder loans and credits”, RAS 16/02 “Information on discontinuing operation”, RAS 17/02 “Accounting of expenses for research, development and technological works”, RAS 18/02 “Accounting of calculations on income tax of organisations”, RAS 19/02 “Accounting of financial investments”, RAS 20/03 “Information on participation in the joint activity”, RAS 21/2008 “Change of accounting estimate”.
Accounting policy alterations are formed in accordance with alterations made in RAS 1/ 2008, RAS 15/ 2008.
3.1. Short-term and long-term assets and liabilities
In the statements assets and liabilities are referred to as short-term if the term of their retirement does not exceed 12 months since the day following the reporting date. All other assets and liabilities are presented in the statements as long-term.
3.2. Intangible assets
Possessed by the Company nonmonetary objects, which do not have physical structure irrespective of their value intended for beneficial use in production of outputs, services rendering or for management needs within the period not less than 12 month and are capable to provide economic benefits in future are recognized as the intangible assets.
The Company does not recognize objects to be the intangible assets relating to which at their inclusion for the accounting (at the moment of qualification) the decision on alienation in favor of other persons (resale, exchange etc. is meant) was taken. In this case the object is qualified by the Company as the goods.
The intangible assets are included for the accounting at actual (historical) cost determined as of the date of their receipt for the accounting.
Intangible value at which they are included for the accounting shall not be subject to variation.
Amount of depreciation on intangible assets is determined by standards calculated upon their historical cost and useful life (straight-line method).
useful life of the intangible assets is determined by the expert committee and approved by the Director of the Company (or specially authorized by him person) at the inclusion of the object for the accounting.
Accrual of depreciation is carried out monthly on the special account “depreciation of intangible assets”.
In case of retirement of the object of intangible assets its cost is subject to write-off in corresponding accounting period. Herewith the retirement of intangible assets is reflected at residual cost similarly to the order determined for fixed assets.
Change of actual (historical) cost of intangible asset at which it is included for the accounting is allowed in cases of revaluation and impairment of intangible assets.
The Company may revaluate the groups of homogeneous intangible assets at current market value determined only according to the data of active market of mentioned intangible assets not more frequently than once a year (at the beginning of the accounting year).
In case of major change of duration of a period during which the organisation proposes to use asset its useful life is subject to adjustment.
3.3. Fixed assets
As the fixed assets the Company recognizes the assets regarding which the following conditions are fulfilled simultaneously:
there is assumed the use of outputs in the production, during execution of work or services rendering or for management needs for a long period (of useful life exceeding 12 months or normal operating cycle if it exceeds 12 months);
capability to provide economic benefits (income) in future as well as the following resale of mentioned assets is not assumed by the Company.
The assets regarding which the above mentioned conditions are fulfilled and which cost is up to the amount of 20000 rubles per unit are reflected in accounting and financial statement in composition of business inventories except for the objects of power supply networks facilities (power transmission lines, transformer substations) and the motor vehicles. In order to provide the safety of these objects in operation and at use the control for their motion is organized in the Company. These objects are accounted in quantitative terms.
The Company does not recognize objects to be the fixed assets relating to which at their inclusion for the accounting (at the moment of qualification) the decision on alienation in favor of other persons (resale, exchange etc. is meant) was taken. In this case the object is qualified by the Company as the goods.
Objects inappropriate for sale with life time exceeding 12 months for which participation in processes of manufacturing or in management processes as well as gaining of economic benefits from their use cannot be reasonably sufficient are considered to be included in the fixed assets separately as nonproductive fixed assets.
Depreciation accrued on the mentioned objects of the fixed assets as well as mentioned objects service expenses is recognized to be the current expenses without recognition for the purposes of taxation on income tax.
Buildings, constructions, machinery and equipment, transport, production and organizational stock and plots of land are reflected in fixed assets.
Change of historical cost of fixed assets at which they are included for the accounting is allowed in cases of further construction, further equipping, reconstruction, modernization, partial liquidation and revaluation of the objects of fixed assets.
Immovable properties relating to which the capital investments are completed, correspondent primary accounting acceptance and transfer documents are executed, documents are turned over for state registration and which are actually used are included for the accounting as the fixed assets and are insulated in the analytical accounting.
Objects of the fixed assets are included for the accounting according to actual expenses on purchase. Objects received by the Company according to the Adhesion contract dated 03.12.2007 w/o No. in consequence of reforming by accession to RGC IDGC of Centre, JSC are included for accounting at the residual cost.
In the financial statements the fixed assets are shown at the replacement cost less depreciation accumulated during the whole period of use except for objects received in the process of reformation.
depreciation of the fixed assets was accrued by straight-line method under the norms of RF Government Decree No. 1 “On classification of fixed assets included in amortization groups” dated 01.01.2002:
Group of fixed assets
Useful life (number of years) of assets
Accepted transfer of ownership
buildings and constructions
equipment for power transmission
Change of historical cost of fixed assets is allowed in case the decision on their revaluation up to replacement cost is taken. Regularity of fixed assets revaluation performing: the decision regarding the revaluation is taken in case of significant deviation of cost at which the fixed assets are reflected in the accounting from their current (replacement) cost. Revaluation of the fixed assets is performed under the Company special directive.
3.4. Financial investments
As financial investments the Company recognizes assets which do not have material and physical form and are capable to provide economic benefits (income) in future in form of interest, dividends or increment of their value (in form of difference between selling price (redemption) and purchase value) as the result of their exchange, use at repayments of liabilities, increase of current market value.
Analytical accounting of financial investment is kept in frame of reference of long-term and short-term financial investments.
The long-term financial investments are the investments made with a view to draw income on them during more than one year.
Other financial investments are the sort-term ones.
In the financial statements the financial investments are subdivided into short-term and long-term depending on the circulation (repayment) period.
The financial investments on which the current market value may be determined ordinarily are reflected in the statements for later the reporting year at the current market value by means of adjustment of their appraisal on the previous accounting date. The mentioned adjustment is carried out by the Company quarterly.
Difference between the appraisal of financial investments at the current market value at the accounting date and the previous appraisal of financial investments is recognized by the Company to be the other income and expenditure. Therefore, increment of market value of investments is reflected according to the debit of account “Financial investments” and according to the credit-side “Other income and expenditure”, reduction - according to the debit of account “Other income and expenditure” and according to credit-side “Financial investments”.
In case when at the accounting date the current market value is not determined regarding the object of the financial investments appraised before at the current market value such object of the financial investments is reflected in the statements at the value of its last appraisal.
The financial investments basing on which the current market value is not determined are reflected in the accounting at the initial value.
At the retirement of assets included for the accounting as financial investments basing on which the current market value is determined their value is determined by the Company on the basis of the last appraisal.
Securities (shares and bonds) are valuated at the retirement at the average historical cost which is determined for each type of securities.
Income on the financial investments is recognized by the Company to be the other income.