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2022-10-27 08:00:00

Nightingale Health Plc
Company release 27 October 2022 at 9:00 a.m. (EEST)

Nightingale Health Plc ("Nightingale Health" or the "Company") will publish its first consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS for the financial year ended 30 June 2022. Nightingale Health has prepared the following unaudited IFRS financial information for the comparison periods to provide its investors with comparative information on Nightingale Health's consolidated statement of income, statement of financial position and key financials. Comparative information is provided for the financial year ended 30 June 2021, and for the opening IFRS statement of financial position as at the transition date, 1 July 2020. The IFRS transition does not affect the Company's business targets.

The financial information presented in this company release has been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the European Union and in force as at 30 June 2022. The date of transition to IFRS is 1 July 2020, and the Group applies IFRS 1 First-time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards in the transition. Nightingale Health's previous consolidated financial statements and half-year reports ("FAS financial information") were prepared in accordance with Finnish Accounting Standards ("FAS"). Further information on financial information prepared in accordance with FAS is available on Nightingale Health 's website.

Nightingale Health will publish the accounting policies according to IFRS in the consolidated financial statements that will be published on 27 October 2022.

The financial information in this company release has not been audited.

Key financials for the financial year 1 July 2020-30 June 2021

-   Revenue was EUR 2,305 thousand

-   EBITDA was EUR -7,301 thousand

-   Operating profit (loss) was EUR -9,754 thousand

-   Profit (loss) for the period was EUR -9,725 thousand

-   Earnings per share (EPS) amounted to EUR -0,23 (Series A shares and EMP shares) and EUR -0,23 (Series B shares)

-   Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period totaled EUR 113,807 thousand

Consolidated statement of income and consolidated statement of comprehensive income 1 July 2020-30 June 2021

EUR thousand FAS Total IFRS IFRS
1 July adjustments
2020 - 1 July 2020 -

30 30 June 2021
Revenue 2,081 224 2,305
Other income 303 1 304
Materials and services -319 - -319
Employee benefits -2,649 -3,716 -6,365
Depreciation, amortization and -470 -1,983 -2,453
impairment losses
Other expenses -4,224 873 -3,351
Share of joint venture's result 56 69 125
Operating profit (loss) -5,222 -4,532 -9,754
Finance income 2,258 - 2,258
Finance costs -8,225 5,999 -2,227
Net finance items -5,968 5,999 31
Profit (loss) before tax -11,190 1,467 -9,723

Income tax expense -2 - -2
Profit (loss) for the period -11,192 1,467 -9,725


Profit (loss) for the period -11,192 1,467 -9,725

Other comprehensive income
Items that may be reclassified
subsequently to profit or loss
Foreign operations - foreign - 12 12
currency translation differences,
net of tax
Other comprehensive income for the - 12 12
period, net of tax
Total comprehensive income for the -11,192 1,479 -9,713

A more detailed bridge calculation of the IFRS transition from the consolidated statement of income is presented in appendix A of this company release and the IFRS adjustments made are described in more detail in appendix C.

Consolidated statement of financial position 30 June 2021 and 1 July 2020

EUR thousand FAS 1 Total IFRS FAS 30 Total IFRS
July June
2020 IFRS 1 July IFRS 30 June
adjustments 2020 2021 adjustments
Intangible 12,114 -1,964 10,150 14,106 -2,323 11,783
Property, 1,375 301 1,677 721 1,694 2,415
plant and
Right-of-use - 5,811 5,811 - 5,652 5,652
Equity - - - 56 69 125
Investments - - - 3,274 - 3,274
Other assets 716 -263 453 833 -244 589
Deferred tax - - - - - -
Total non 14,205 3,886 18,091 18,989 4,848 23,838
Inventories 186 - 186 658 - 658
Trade and 8,494 -480 8,014 736 -52 685
Cash and 905 - 905 113,807 - 113,807
Total 9,585 -480 9,105 115,201 -52 115,150
Total assets 23,791 3,406 27,196 134,191 4,796 138,987

Equity and
Share 8 - 8 80 - 80
Reserve for 12,762 -512 12,250 146,378 -4,934 141,444
Equity loans 6,818 -161 6,657 - - -
Translation 1 -1 - 13 -1 12
Retained -10,854 -1,808 -12,662 -22,042 3,545 -18,498
Total equity 8,735 -2,482 6,253 124,429 -1,390 123,039
Loans and 4 489 545 5,034 3,200 865 4,064
Lease - 3,574 3,574 - 3,137 3,137
Deferred tax - - - - - -
Total non 4,489 4,119 8,608 3,200 4,001 7,201
Loans and 1,350 - 1,350 1,860 345 2,205
Lease - 1,365 1,365 - 1,685 1,685
Advances 224 - 224 1,941 -26 1,915
Trade and 8,993 404 9,396 2,761 181 2,942
Total 10,567 1,769 12,336 6,562 2,185 8,748
Total 15,056 5,887 20,943 9,762 6,187 15,949
Total equity 23,791 3,406 27,196 134,191 4,796 138,987

A more detailed bridge calculation of the IFRS transition from the consolidated balance sheets is presented in Appendix B of this company release, and the IFRS adjustments made are described in more detail in Appendix C.

Key impacts from the adoption of IFRS

The key impacts from the adoption of IFRS to the financial information of Nightingale Health are briefly described below:
  • Under IFRS other long-term expenses capitalized by the Company are either classified to other assets or written off from the balance sheet, if they do not meet the asset recognition criteria under IFRS.
  • In FAS financial information Nightingale Health recognized lease payments as other operating expenses during lease term and future lease payments subsequent to period end were disclosed as off-balance sheet commitments. Under IFRS a right-of-use asset and a lease liability are recognized at the lease commencement date. Lease payments presented as other operating expenses under FAS are apportioned between the reduction of the lease liability and the interest expense related to the lease liability. Depreciation of the right-of-use assets is recorded in the statement of income. In IFRS transition Nightingale Health recognized leases as right-of-use assets and lease liabilities.
  • Nightingale Health has granted stock options to board members, CEO, employees and other key personnel. In FAS, the increase in equity triggered by the exercise of the option to subscribe the share has been recorded in connection with the payment of the subscription price, but no expense related to the options have been recorded in the statement of income. Under IFRS options are measured at fair value at the grant date and expensed over the vesting period.
  • Under FAS the sale and leaseback arrangements of certain laboratory devices are treated as a sale of the asset and leasing of the same asset after the sale.  As the IFRS criteria for recognizing sales were not met the arrangement has been treated as a sale and leaseback transaction and therefore the sale has been cancelled and the payment received has been recognized as a liability.
  • Under IFRS transaction costs that are directly attributable to the issue of new shares are recorded directly to equity. Nightingale Health had material transaction costs arising from the IPO of which transaction costs directly attributable to the issue of new shares were adjusted from finance costs to equity and transaction costs of other than new shares were adjusted to Other expenses in IFRS.
  • Accounting for financial instruments differs between FAS and IFRS. Under FAS, convertible loan withdrawn by the Company was measured at nominal value. Under IFRS, the convertible loan is measured at fair value through profit or loss, and the change in fair value is recognized in consolidated statement of income.
  • Nightingale Health has netted the deferred tax liabilities against deferred tax assets, because they were related to the same taxation authority and Nightingale Health has the right to net them against each other.

Key adjustments related to Opening IFRS statement of financial position as at 1 July 2020 and statement of financial position as at 30 June 2021.

Nightingale Health derecognized other long-term assets capitalized as intangible assets such as marketing and branding costs as well as expenses considered as long-term under FAS. The adjustment reduced other long-term expenses included in intangible assets and equity by EUR 2,075 thousand at the IFRS transition date 1 July 2020 and EUR 2,235 thousand at 30 June 2021. Other adjustments were recognized to Intangible assets resulting in adjustments totaling to decrease of EUR 1,964 thousand in Intangible assets and Equity on 1 July 2020 and EUR 2,086 thousand at 30 June 2021.

As result of the change in accounting treatment of the leases Nightingale Health recognized right-of-use assets of EUR 5,811 thousand and Lease liabilities of EUR 4,939 thousand at 1 July 2020, respectively right-of-use asset of EUR 5,652 thousand and lease liabilities of EUR 4,822 thousand at 30 June 2021. In addition, the accrued lease items recorded under FAS financial information were adjusted by reducing the items Other assets by EUR 263 thousand, Trade and other receivables by EUR 179 thousand and increasing Trade and other payables by EUR 4 thousand at 1 July 2020, respectively reducing other assets by EUR 84 thousand, trade receivables and other receivables by EUR 179 thousand and accounts payable and other payables by EUR 224 thousand at 30 June 2021. An adjustment of EUR 427 thousand was recognized at 1 July 2020 and of EUR 791 thousand at 30 June 2021 to Retained losses reflecting the difference in the adjustments due to the changed accounting treatment of leases.

Nightingale Health reversed sale and leaseback transactions recorded in the FAS financial information. The adjustment increased Property, plant and equipment by EUR 1,227 thousand, Loans and borrowings by EUR 1,239 thousand as well as Trade and other payables by EUR 5 thousand, and increased Retained losses by EUR 18 thousand.

Key adjustments related to Consolidated statement of income 1 July 2020 - 30 June 2021

Nightingale Health adjusted the transaction costs related to the issuance of new shares in the IPO by EUR 6,469 thousand from Finance costs to a deduction from equity. The adjustment improved the Profit (loss) for the period. The proportion of transaction costs of other than new shares amounting to EUR 1,110 thousand was adjusted from Finance costs to Other expenses.

Nightingale Health recognized share options issued and benefits given in connection with the share issues issued to its employees and other key personnel as an expense for the vesting period. The adjustment reduced the Profit (loss) for the period by EUR 3,886 thousand.

The adoption of IFRS had a total positive impact on the Profit (loss) for the period of EUR 1,467 thousand.

The individual most significant adjustments described above do not include the tax effect of the adjustments, but the tax effects have been treated as a separate adjustment.

The adjustments made in the IFRS transition are described in more detail in Appendix C of this company release.

Nightingale Health Plc will publish its first consolidated financial statements prepared in accordance with IFRS on 27 October 2022. Comparative IFRS periods for the half-yearly periods ended on 30 June 2022 and 31 December 2021 will be published before the publication of the H1/2023 half-yearly report. The materials will be available after publication at nightingalehealth.com/investors.

For further information, please contact:

CEO Teemu Suna



Nightingale Health Plc Company release IFRS transition, which includes:

Appendix A Consolidated statements of income and consolidated statements of comprehensive income 1July 2020 - 30 June 2021

Appendix B Consolidated statements of financial position 1 July 2020 and 30 June 2021

Appendix C Descriptions of the IFRS adjustments

About Nightingale Health

Nightingale Health is The Preventative Health Company. Staying healthy is one of the top priorities in human life. Our health has a profound impact on our quality of life, and it's also strongly connected to the lives of those close to us. Nightingale Health enables prevention by combining the power of our in-house developed, advanced blood analysis technology with unprecedented access to global health repositories and world-leading medical research. With this combination, we go beyond the traditional healthcare and wellbeing tools: We provide the scientific connection to multiple health and disease outcomes and the ability to predict future healthy years.