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SFB Capital Market JSC - Sofia


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Sofia, 1301
16-20, Alabin Str.
phone: 02/9801086, 9801090
fax: 02/9814567
e-mail: sfb@bia-bg.com
WEB-site: http://www.sfb.bia-bg.com
 

Company Figures


BULSTAT: 831414785
VAT No: BG831414785
Reg No: 7734/92
No of employees: 6 (2016)
Profit/Loss (thous. BGN): 5 (2016)
Net Sales (thous. BGN): 170 (2016)
Fixed Assets (thous. BGN): 3 (2016)
Capital (BGN): 50 000
 
 
 

Branch: Business and management consultancy activities
Membership: Bulgarian Industrial Association
General Meetings: Last - 30.05.2017 
Registered Actitity: Research, analysis and constancy of companies aimed at optimization of the production process; development of investment projects and corporate strategies; assignment and distribution of investment and credit ratings; staff training and qualification; development of programme products and provision of remote access information services; commercial representation and agency of Bulgarian and foreign legal and physical entities; any other activity not prohibited by the current legislation.
 
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Management
Board of Directors
Manyu T. Moravenov - Chairman
Vanya B. Kirova - Deputy-Chairman
 Zhechko D. Petrov - Executive Director
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Shareholders
Bourse Information Company Capital Market SPLTD - Sofia 5.60 % 2 800.00 BGN
Manyu T. Moravenov 34.00 % 17 000.00 BGN
Zhechko D. Petrov 28.00 % 14 000.00 BGN
Stanislav Popdonchev 10.00 % 5 000.00 BGN
Vanya B. Kirova 10.00 % 5 000.00 BGN
Maya S. Hristova 5.63 % 2 815.00 BGN

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Financials
Balance sheets
Profit and loss accounts

Balance sheets
in thous. BGN
 12.201612.201512.201412.2013
ASSETS 138 141 135 129
A. Fixed Assets 3 3 3 4
I. Tangible assets       1
1. Land        
2. Buildings        
3. Machinery       1
4. Equipment        
5. Vehicles        
6. Herds        
7. Others        
8. Cost of self-constructed or liquidated tangible fixed assets        
II. Intangible assets        
1. Intellectual Property Rights        
2. Software        
3. Research and development costs        
4. Other intangible fixed assets        
III. Long-term Financial Assets 3 3 3 3
1. Shareholdings, incl: 3 3 3 3
2. Investment property        
2. Other long-term securities        
4. Long-term receivables, incl.        
IV. Goodwill        
1. Positive Goodwill        
2. Negative Goodwill        
V. Deferred Expenses        
VI. Deferred tax assets        
B. Current Assets 135 138 132 125
I. Inventory        
1. Raw materials        
2. Finished products        
3. Goods for sale        
4. Young and Fattening Livestock        
5. Small animals        
6. Work in progress        
7. Other inventory        
II. Short-term receivables 33 43 44 23
1. Receivables from related parties        
2. Receivables from customers and suppliers 33 39 35 14
3. Trade credits granted        
4. Legal and award receivables        
5. Refundable taxes        
6. Other short-term receivables   4 9 9
III. Short-term Financial Assets        
1. In related parties        
2. Own debt securities purchased back        
3. Short-term securities        
4. Precious and jewellery        
5. Other short-term financial assets        
IV. Cash 102 95 88 102
1. Cash in hand 74 23 13 16
2. Cash at banks 28 72 75 86
3. Restricted cash        
4. Cash equivalents        
V. Deferred expenses        
C. Contingent Assets        
LIABILITIES 138 141 135 129
A. Shareholders' Equity 57 52 48 46
I. Fixed capital 50 50 50 50
1. Subscribed capital 50 50 50 50
2. Unpaid capital        
3. Company shares purchased back        
II. Reserves 10 10 10 10
1. Issue premiums        
2. Revaluation reserve        
3. Specific reserves incl: 10 10 10 10
III. Financial result -3 -8 -12 -14
1. Accumulated Profit (Loss) -8 -12 -14 -27
2. Current Profit 5 4 2 13
3. Current Loss        
B. Long-term Liabilities 70 74 74 74
I. Long-term Liabilities   4 4 4
1. Amounts payable to related parties        
2. Amounts payable to financial institutions        
3. Debts on trade loans        
3. Debts on bond loans        
4. Deferred taxes        
5. Other long-term liabilities   4 4 4
II. Deferred Income 70 70 70 70
III. Deferred tax liabilities        
C. Short-term liabilities 11 15 13 9
I. Current liabilities 11 15 13 9
1. Payables to related parties        
2. Payables to financial institutions        
3. Payables to suppliers and customers 1   2 1
4. Trade credits received        
5. Payables to personnel        
6. Social security payables   1    
7. Tax liabilities 10 14 11  
8. Other current liabilities       8
9. Provisions        
II. Deferred Income        
D. Contingent Liabilities        

Profit and Loss accounts
in thous. BGN
 12.201612.201512.201412.2013
EXPENSES 218 170 162 180
A. Total operating expenses 213 166 160 167
I. Operational expenses 202 157 158 164
1. Material expenses        
2. Hired services 55 13 16 41
3. Depreciation     1 1
4. Salaries, wages and other remuneration 138 133 138 115
5. Social security and welfare 4 4 2 2
6. Other expenditure, incl. 5 7 1 5
- impairment of assets        
- provisions        
II. Adjusting items        
1. Book value of the sold assets (excl. finished production)        
2. Cost of self-constructed or liquidated fixed assets        
3. Change of stocks, unfinished production and prepayments        
4. Animals fattening        
5. Other adjusting items        
III. Financial expenses 11 9 2 3
1. Interest expenses        
incl. interests to related parties        
2. Losses from operations with financial assets and instruments       1
3. Foreign exchange rate losses        
4. Other financial expenses 11 9 2 2
C. Operating income 5 4 2 13
IV. Extraordinary expenses        
D. Total expenses 213 166 160 167
E. Profit before tax 5 4 2 13
V. Tax expenses        
1. Profit tax        
2. Deferred corporate profit tax        
3. Other taxes        
E. Net income (Profit) 5 4 2 13
INCOME 218 170 162 180
A. Total operating income 218 170 162 180
I. Net sales revenue 170 134 126 121
1. Finished Products        
2. Goods for resale        
3. Materials        
4. Services 167 134 126 121
- incl. intermediation        
5. Fixed assets, rentals        
6. Others 3      
II. Subsidies        
incl . State budget grants        
III. Financial income 48 36 36 59
1. Interest income 1 1 1  
incl. interests from related parties        
2. Income from participations        
incl. dividends from related parties        
3. Gains from trading with financial instruments 47 35 35 59
4. Profits from foreign exchange rates        
5. Other financial income        
C. Operating loss        
IV. Extraordinary revenues        
D. Total Income 218 170 162 180
E. Loss before tax        
F. Total Loss        

Financial Ratios

  2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997
1. Profitability
 1.1.  Return on sales0.030.030.020.11-0.150.04-0.19-0.240.010.120.040.140.020.100.160.06-1.750.04-2.82-2.17
 1.2.  Return on Shareholders' Equity0.090.080.040.28-0.610.12-0.50-0.510.030.290.070.230.040.220.410.17-1.000.06-0.73-0.62
 1.3.  Return on liabilities0.060.040.020.16-0.240.35-1.92-1.840.091.810.190.580.080.380.520.10-1.210.80-6.00-3.25
2. Liquidity
 2.1.  Current liquidity12.279.2010.1513.8913.884.924.584.944.167.003.564.142.882.592.131.541.4510.406.506.25
 2.2.  Acid test liquidity12.279.2010.1513.8913.884.924.584.944.167.000.264.142.882.592.061.491.3810.206.506.25
 2.3.  Absolute liquidity9.276.336.7711.339.633.232.084.412.786.44-3.322.442.311.691.120.103.806.255.50
3. Autonomity
 3.1.  Financial autonomity0.410.370.360.360.290.750.790.780.760.860.720.720.670.630.560.360.550.930.890.84
 3.2.  Debt ratio2.422.712.812.803.481.331.261.281.311.161.381.391.491.591.792.781.831.071.121.19
4. Turnover
 4.1.  Stock turnover, days--------------3.535.14----
 4.2.  Stock turnover, times per yearn.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.102.0070.00n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.
 4.3.  Receivables turnover, days69.88115.52125.7168.4392.7349.5091.5322.1944.7813.5620.8358.9140.0026.9242.3577.14522.00104.7342.35180.00
5. Effectiveness
 5.1.  Expenses effectiveness1.021.021.011.080.871.050.840.811.011.151.051.161.021.101.181.050.501.030.270.79
 5.2.  Revenues effectiveness0.980.980.990.931.150.961.191.240.990.870.950.860.980.910.850.952.000.973.671.26
6. Financial stability
 6.1.  Working capital owned by the company (WCO)54.0049.0045.0042.0029.0047.0043.0065.00101.0096.0069.0065.0047.0046.0036.0022.0012.0047.0044.0021.00
 6.2.  Permanent working capital (PWC)54.0053.0049.0046.0033.0051.0043.0065.00101.0096.0069.0065.0047.0046.0036.0022.0012.0047.0044.0021.00
 6.3.  Principal stocks forming sources (PSFS)65.0068.0062.0055.0041.0064.0055.0082.00133.00112.0096.0091.0072.0075.0068.0063.0041.0052.0052.0025.00
 6.4.  Financial stabilityn.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.absoluteabsoluten.a.n.a.n.a.n.a.
7. Other ratios
 7.1.  Financial result per share0.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.000.00

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Last news
Press digest - last news (10)
 
In the second quarter of 2017, the production of mineral fuels for internal combustion in Bulgaria increased by 7.1% on an annual basis, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. For the first half of 2017 growth is 17.1%. The quantities imported in Bulgaria increased by 7.3% in the second quarter of 2017 on an annual basis. For the first half-year the growth is 17.2%. Exports in the second quarter fell by 1.3% compared to the same period of the previous year. In the first half of 2017, however, exports increased by 5.2%. Second-quarter estimates show that domestic fuel sales were 13.7% higher YoY, and in the first six months of the year - by 27.6%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (21.09.2017)
 
In the first quarter of 2017 the production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines in Bulgaria increased by 31.2% on an annual basis, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. Trade in mineral fuels in value terms grew steadily, increasing by 82.6% on an annual basis. The positive balance also increased by 50.7%. Imports of mineral fuels for ICE grew by 30.3% in the first quarter of 2017. The increase in exports compared to the first three months of 2016 was 12.9%. The estimates show that the quantities of mineral fuels sold on the domestic market also recorded an annual growth of 49.6%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (10.07.2017)
 
25 YEARS OF CAPITAL MARKET IN BULGARIA 2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the capital market in Bulgaria. On April 8, 1992 Sofia Stock Exchange Ltd. (SFB Capital Market JSC) held the first public trading session for trade in securities in the new economic history of Bulgaria. Main initiator of the establishment of SFB and long-time partner and shareholder is the Bulgarian Industrial Association. Currently, BIA continues its active policy of development of the capital market in Bulgaria, incl. through its shareholding in the capital of the Bulgarian Stock Exchange - Sofia AD, as well as specific proposals and initiative within the Council for development of the capital market in Bulgaria, established in 2016.
Source: BIA (10.04.2017)
 
In the fourth quarter of 2016 production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines (ICE) increased by 22.8% yoy, showed the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. For the whole 2016 the increase is 13.1% on year-on-year base. Import decreased - in the quarter by 0.1%, while in the whole 2016 - by 10.4%. In the fourth quarter of 2016 exports grew. Compared to the same quarter of the previous year export in Q4’2016 grew by 34.3%. In the whole 2016 it also increased - exported products are up 15.7% as to 2015. Estimates for the fourth quarter of 2016 show that the quantities of mineral fuels supplied to the domestic market are lower by 2.9% yoy, and throughout 2016 growth is 3.3% yoy. For further information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com/
Source: Capital market (28.03.2017)
 
Zhechko Dimitrov is the new representative of the employers in the Board of the Silver Fund The new representative of the employers’ national organizations for 2017 in the Management Board of the State Fund for sustainability of the public pension reform, a.k.a. the Silver Fund, is the Program Director of the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) Zhechko Dimitrov. This was decided on the Council of Ministers’ meeting on Wednesday. The Board of the Silver Fund consists of 9 members, its chairman and vice-chairman being the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Labour and Social Policy. The total cash resources of the Fund as on 30.11.2016 amounted to BGN 2.655 billion, of which BGN 2.64 billion are in an annual deposit in BNB by the Management Board of the Fund. At the same time last year the fund had BGN 2.534 billion.
Source: Investor.BG (08.12.2016)
 
In the second quarter of 2016 production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines (ICE) increased yoy by 16.8%, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. In the first half of 2016 the reported increase was 9.3%. Imported quantities of mineral fuels in Bulgaria increased by 8.8% yoy in the second quarter of 2016 and in the first half-year - by 0.7%. Exports in the second quarter decreased by 5.5%. In the first half of 2016, however, there is an increase in exported volumes by 1%. Estimates for the second quarter of 2016 show that the quantities of fuel supplied for domestic sales were higher by 38.2% and in the first half-year – by 13%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (28.10.2016)
 
In the fourth quarter of 2015 production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines (ICE) increases year-on-year by 3.7%, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. The decrease during the full 2015 was 11.7% yoy. Imports increased on an annual basis - for the quarter by 17%, for the full 2015 - by 7.4%. In the fourth quarter of 2015 there was a decline in exports. Compared to the same quarter the previous year it fell by 6%. For the full year there was an increase - exported products are 13.5% higher compared to 2014. Estimates for the fourth quarter of 2015 show that the supplied quantities of mineral fuels for domestic sales were higher by 20% yoy, and in the full 2015 - by 8.2%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (30.05.2016)
 
In the third quarter of 2015 production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines (ICE) increased by 3.6% year-on-year, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. For the first nine months of 2015. The growth in the first nine months of 2015 is 15%. Imports of mineral fuels continued to increase in the third quarter of 2015 as the yoy growth is 12%. Increase of import in the nine months to September was 3.8% yoy. Exports in the third quarter is up by 8.5% compared to the same period of 2014. During the period January-September 2015, quantities of fuel exported from Bulgaria are higher by 23.5%. Estimates for the third quarter of 2015 show, that the supplied quantities of mineral fuels (for automobiles and other internal combustion engines) for domestic sales in Bulgaria are higher by 4.1% yoy, and for the first nine months - by 3.2%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (08.01.2016)
 
In the second quarter of 2015 production of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines (ICE) increased YoY by 2.5%, shows the industry report of SFB Capital Market JSC on the development of the sector. The growth in the first half of 2015 is 22.6%. Imports of mineral fuels for internal combustion engines in Bulgaria decreased by 3% on an annual basis in the second quarter of 2015, and for the half-year - by 0.7%. Exports, however, increased in both periods - during the quarter by 12% and during the January-June period - by 32%. Estimates for the second quarter of 2015 show that the quantities of mineral fuels supplied for domestic sales are smaller by 9% YoY, but bigger in the first half of 2015 by 2.6%. For more information and orders: http://sfb.bia-bg.com
Source: Capital market (20.10.2015)
 
Bulgarian legislators exempt public companies from new agriculture land ownership requirements Bulgaria’s a Parliamentary Budget Committee unanimously passed amendments allowing public companies with shareholders registered in non-EU countries to own agriculture land in Bulgaria. The move comes on the back of calls by business associations that the recent changes to the Ownership and Use of Agricultural Land Act in Bulgaria was putting a serious strain on the local capital market and companies with multinational ownership profiles. In a month’s time the controversial text in the Law wrote off more than BGN 100 million from some public companies’ market capitalization. In the middle of February MPs adopted sanctions for foreign entities, registered out of the EU that own agricultural land. Thus fines to the amount of BGN 100 per acre for each acre owned illegally were imposed back then. BGN 300 per acre was the fine for subsequent breach. The latter may be levied every three months,. The new texts in the Law adopted yestreday say that the ban should not be applied for public companies and special purpose legal entities. Êàïèòàë
Source: Capital (20.03.2015)