Sijoittajasuhteet

Tavoitteenamme on antaa oikeaa, täsmällistä ja asiaankuuluvaa tietoa sijoittajille, pääomamarkkinoille ja muille sidosryhmille. Quant on ollut Nordic Capitalin yksityisomistuksessa vuodesta 2014, ja se on menestyksekkäästi laskenut liikkeelle kaksi joukkovelkakirjalainaa Ruotsin pääomamarkkinoille helmikuussa 2018.

Ladattavat materiaalit:

SENIOR SECURED BOND JUNIOR SECURED BOND ANNUAL REPORT 2017 EN ANNUAL REPORT 2017 SE

INTERIM REPORT JANUARY – MARCH 2018 INTERIM REPORT JANUARY – JUNE 2018 INTERIM REPORT JANUARY – SEPTEMBER 2018 NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS FROM AGENT

Interim report June – September 2019

June-September · Net sales for the period increased by 4.8% to EUR 47.9 (45.7) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice in August 2018. Organically, net sales decreased by 1.4% · During the quarter three contracts were won, one contract was renewed, three contracts were lost, and two contracts were divested, which on balance affected…

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Quant extends maintenance contract with Norilsk Nickel

30-09-2019

Quant has extended a Total Maintenance Partnership agreement with long-time customer Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta Oy. In connection with the extension of the maintenance contract, a financial institute will take over a spare parts inventory related to the site on behalf of Norilsk Nickel Harjavalta Oy, resulting in a positive cashflow effect of EUR 7.2 million…

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Quant AB (publ) CEO retires in 2020

27-09-2019

Quant’s CEO Mr. Johan Eriksson will retire from Quant during the first half of 2020. The Board of Directors’ of Quant has initiated a search for a new CEO.

Mr. Johan Eriksson was appointed to strengthen Quant’s position in the outsourced maintenance field by reorganizing the group and position Quant for growth. Mr. Eriksson has during his tenure at Quant streamlined the group’s organization to focus on countries where Quant has a comparative advantage, taking the number of operational regions down from seven to four with the group’s overhead functions having been…

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Interim report January – June 2019

29-08-2019

April – June

  • Net sales for the period increased by 24% to EUR 49.1 (39.6) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice in August 2018. Organically, net sales declined by 1% compared to prior year
  • During the quarter no contracts were won or renewed, and nine contracts were lost which on balance affected the contract portfolio negatively. Portfolio run rate annualized net sales at the end of the quarter was EUR 186.6 million, compared to EUR 200.0 million in Q1 2019. Of the nine lost contracts, five were part of our discontinued operations, with limited effect on profitability
  • Operating loss amounted to EUR -0.8 million compared to a loss of EUR -1.1 million prior year
  • Adjusted EBITDA increased to EUR 3.0 million from EUR 2.6 million prior year, excluding the effect of implementation of IFRS 16 Leases. Adjusted EBITDA with IFRS 16 implementation was EUR 4.1 million. Currency effects had no impact on the Adjusted EBITDA in the quarter
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to EUR 1.8 (-9.0) million, of which change in working capital amounted to EUR 1.6 (-8.7) million
  • Net loss amounted to EUR -2.8 million compared to a loss of EUR -5.2 million prior year
  • The Adjusted EBITDA for Discontinued operations was EUR -0.7 (-0.1) million and the net loss was EUR -15.4 (-0.6) million, which is not included in the reported numbers above. The net loss this quarter was mainly due to write-downs of intangible assets. Group net loss for the quarter, including discontinued operations, was EUR -18.2 (-5.8) million

January – June

  • Net sales for the period increased with 24% to EUR 98.4 (79.7) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice in August 2018.Organically, net sales was flat compared to prior year
  • Operating loss amounted to EUR -2.2 million, down from a loss of EUR –0.7 million prior year
  • Adjusted EBITDA increased to EUR 6.2 million from EUR 6.1 million prior year, excluding the effect of implementation of IFRS 16 Leases. In constant currency Adjusted EBITDA would have been EUR 6.0 million. Adjusted EBITDA with IFRS 16 implementation was EUR 8.4 million
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to EUR 2.8 (-7.0) million, of which change in working capital amounted to EUR 2.7 (-7.5) million
  • Net loss amounted to EUR -5.0 million compared to EUR -9.4 million prior year
  • The Adjusted EBITDA for Discontinued operations was EUR -1.1 (0.0) million and the net loss was EUR -15.5 (-0.6) million, which is not included in the reported numbers above. The net loss this year was mainly due to write-downs of intangible assets. Group net loss for the first six months of the year, including discontinued operations, was EUR -20.5 (-9.9) million

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Choice of home Member State pursuant to Article 1 (9) (b) of the amended Law of 11 January 2008 on transparency requirements

14-06-2019

We hereby announce that as of 21 January 2019 Quant AB (publ), a Swedish public limited liability company (”publikt aktiebolag”), with registered office in Stockholm, Sweden, registered with the Swedish company registration office under number 556975-5654 has chosen Luxembourg as its home Member State for the purposes of Directive 2004/109/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 on the harmonization of transparency requirements in relation to information about issuers whose securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market and the amended Law of 11 January 2008 on transparency requirements in relation to information about issuers whose securities are admitted to trading on a regulated market.

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Interim report January – March 2019

29-05-2019

January – March

  • Net sales for the period increased by 16% to EUR 52.6 (45.5) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice in August 2018, partly offset by unfavorable currency effects and loss of a few contracts during 2018. Organically, net sales declined by 3.1% compared to prior year
  • During the quarter one contract was won, four contracts were lost, and no contracts were renewed, which on balance affected the contract portfolio negatively. Portfolio run rate annualized net sales at the end of the quarter was EUR 200.0 million, compared to EUR 205.5 million in Q4 2018
  • Operating loss amounted to EUR -1.3 million down from a profit of EUR 0.4 million prior year
  • Adjusted EBITDA decreased to EUR 2.8 million from EUR 3.6 million prior year, excluding the effect of implementation of IFRS 16 Leases. Adjusted EBITDA with IFRS 16 implementation was EUR 3.9 million. Currency effects had no impact on the Adjusted EBITDA in the quarter
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to EUR -7.2 (1.3) million, of which change in working capital amounted to EUR -7.4 (0.8) million
  • Net loss amounted to EUR -2.1 million compared to EUR -4.1 million prior year due to high costs related to refinancing during the first quarter of 2018
  • On 11 January 2019 the Board of Directors appointed Johan Eriksson as Quant’s CEO. Johan Eriksson joined Quant on 14 January 2019 and assumed responsibility as CEO from 1 February 2019
  • On 7 February 2019 Quant’s senior secured bonds and junior secured bonds were admitted for trading on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange
  • On 6 March 2019 Quant announced that it had reached an agreement with Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited to settle a dispute arising from a contract expiry in 2017. Under the terms of the agreement Quant received NZD 1.2 million (EUR 0.7 million) and Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited revoked its NZD 8.4 million (EUR 5.1 million) claim on Quant
  • On 20 May 2019, after the end of the quarter, Quant announced the launch of a strategic transformation plan with the aim to reduce organizational complexity, invest in people and safety, and improve Quant’s sales capabilities. The transformation plan is expected to improve run-rate EBITDA in excess of EUR 4 million by December 2020

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Quant announces strategic transformation plan

20-05-2019

Quant today announces a strategic transformation plan that enables future revenue growth and investment in employees and customers. The transformation plan reshapes the current seven operational regions into four regions, refocuses group support functions on People and Safety, Commercial, Finance and Operations, and investigates strategic alternatives for countries of subcritical size. The execution of the transformation plan will start immediately and is expected to improve adjusted EBITDA in excess of EUR 4 million on a run-rate basis once completed in December 2020.

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Quant Annual Report 2018 and Sustainability Report published

30-04-2019

Quant has reached an agreement with Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited to settle a dispute arising from a contract expiry in 2017. Under the terms of the agreement Quant New Zealand Limited will receive NZD 1.2 million (EUR 0.7 million) of contract termination redundancy cost and Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited revokes its NZD 8.4 million (EUR 5.1 million) claim on Quant New Zealand Limited.

Quant’s Annual Report for 2018 and Sustainability Report have been published and are now available on the Quant website. For more information, please visit the Investors section on www.quantservice.com/investor

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Quant reaches agreement to settle Oji Fibre Solutions

06-03-2019

Quant has reached an agreement with Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited to settle a dispute arising from a contract expiry in 2017. Under the terms of the agreement Quant New Zealand Limited will receive NZD 1.2 million (EUR 0.7 million) of contract termination redundancy cost and Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited revokes its NZD 8.4 million (EUR 5.1 million) claim on Quant New Zealand Limited.

During 2017 a maintenance contract between Oji Fibre Solutions (NZ) Limited (”Oji”) and Quant New Zealand Limited (”Quant NZ”) expired, which led to the redundancy of a large number of Quant NZ employees. Oji disputed part of the redundancy payments and withheld payment of NZD 2.7 million (EUR 1.6 million) of the total sum claimed by Quant NZ. In addition, Oji claimed NZD 8.4 million (EUR 5.1 million) as reimbursement of redundancy payments already made on the basis that redundancy cost should be for the account of Quant NZ.

Quant NZ and Oji have reached an agreement to settle the disputes. Under the terms of the agreement Quant NZ will receive NZD 1.2 million (EUR 0.7 million) for contract termination redundancy costs and Oji revokes its claim of NZD 8.4 million (EUR 5.1 million). The settlement will be completed during March 2019. The full settlement amount, net of legal expenses, will impact gross profit and cash flow for Quant during March 2019. The settlement will be recorded as a non-recurring item in Quant’s profit and loss statement.

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Interim report January – December 2018

28-02-2019

October – December

  • Net sales for the period increased with 19.4% to EUR 57.1 (47.8) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice from August 2018, partly offset by unfavorable currency effects and loss of a few contracts. Net sales declined organically with 1.9% compared to prior year
  • During the quarter three contracts were won, eight contracts were lost, and four contracts were renewed, which on balance affected the contract portfolio negatively. Portfolio run rate annualized net sales at the end of the quarter was EUR 205.5 (187.8) million
  • Operating loss improved to EUR -3.8 million from EUR -4.2 million prior year
  • Adjusted EBITDA decreased to EUR 1.9 million from EUR 3.9 million prior year. In constant currency adjusted EBITDA decrease to EUR 1.7 million
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to EUR 3.9 (6.6) million. Change in net working capital was positive by EUR 6.1 (10.4) million
  • Net loss increased to EUR -5.5 million from EUR -5.4 million prior year due to higher interest expenses partly offset by decreased operating loss

January – December

  • Net sales for 2018 increased by 6.3% to EUR 197.7 (186.1) million due to the acquisition of Sataservice from August 2018, partly offset by negative currency effects and the loss of contracts. Net sales grew organically by 1.1%
  • During 2018 nine contracts were won, twelve contracts were lost, seven contracts were renewed, one contract was divested and Sataservice’s contract portfolio was added, which on balance affected the contract portfolio positively with EUR 17.7 million, taking it to EUR 205.5 (187.8) million
  • Operating loss was EUR -7.2 million, compared to EUR -5.9 million prior year
  • Adjusted EBITDA for 2018 was EUR 10.4 million, down from EUR 12.9 million prior year. In constant currency adjusted EBITDA would have decreased to EUR 10.6 million.
  • Cash flow from operating activities 2018 amounted to EUR -0.6 (1.5) million. Change in net working capital was positive by EUR 2.4 (4.6) million
  • Net loss increased to EUR -21.6 million from EUR -9.4 million prior year due to higher interest expenses, other financial expenses relating to financing and acquisitions and foreign exchange losses

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Quant AB (publ) publishes bond prospectus and applies for listing of its bonds on Luxembourg Stock Exchange

07-02-2019

Quant AB (publ) publishes bond prospectus and applies for listing of its bonds on the EU regulated market of Luxembourg Stock Exchange. The company’s senior secured bond and the junior secured bond, together totaling EUR 120 million, will be admitted to trading today, 7 February 2019.

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Quant AB (publ) appoints Johan Eriksson as new CEO

11-01-2019

Quant AB (publ) announce the appointment of Mr. Johan Eriksson as its new CEO. Mr. Eriksson most recently served as CEO of Transcom Worldwide and will join Quant on 14 January 2019. Mr. Olof Sand, CEO, will leave Quant on 31 January 2019 to pursue other business interests, but maintains links to the company as…

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