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Technopolis provides the best addresses for companies to operate and succeed in five countries in the Nordic-Baltic region. In this presentation we present our financial highlights from fiscal year 2014.

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Technopolis FY 2014 Presentation

  1. 1. FullYear Results for 2014 February 10, 2015
  2. 2. 10.2.2015 2 2014 Highlights Net sales up 28.0% EBITDA up 35.9%, costs up 16.9% EBITDA margin up from 50.7% to almost 54% EPRA Direct result rose 38.1% Occupancy rose to 94.7% Equity ratio 38.5%, and LTV 59.7% Valuation items impacted financials
  3. 3. 10.2.2015 3 Occupancy on the Rise Group occupancy approaching our long-term target Oulu up y/y 3.1% &Tallinn up by 1.6% Largest dip in the smallest business unit, Lappeenranta, down 7.8% 94,6% 90,2% 95,6% 98,7% 94,1% 96,2% 99,3% 100,0% 96,4% 83,4% 75,0% 80,0% 85,0% 90,0% 95,0% 100,0% 2013 2014 GroupTotal 94.7%
  4. 4. 10.2.2015 4 Changes in Fair Values In 2014 fair values were negative 0f EUR 40.5 million EUR -33.4 million from renovations: Quality space is a competitive advantage Market Yield Related Occupancy Assumption Renovations Projects in Progress Total Finland -2.6 -9.4 -39.1 +0.5 -50.6 Baltic Rim +2.9 +0.1 +1.3 +1.5 5.8 Scandinavia +3.4 -3.5 +4.4 - 4.3 Total +3.7 -12.8 -33.4 +2.0 -40.5 Changes in EUR million
  5. 5. 10.2.2015 5 The Impact ofValuation Items Income Statement 1-12/2014 Fair value changes, EUR million -40.5 Unrealized FX losses, EUR million*) -22.1 Realized FX losses, EUR million -1.8 Total -64.4 Per share, EUR -0.61 Earnings per share, EUR (IFRS) -0.15 Direct result per share, EUR (EPRA) 0.53 in EUR million Equity 1-12/2014 Conversion difference, EUR million -17.1 Net profit for the period, EUR million -11.7 In total -28.8 Per share, EUR -0.27 *) EBRD euro denominated loan Valuation Effect Strong Operational Performance Total Effect on Equity
  6. 6. 10.2.2015 6 Guidance 2014 vs. Actual Results FX rate changes impacted sales & EBITDA growth in 2014 In rubles St. Pete net sales +70.6% and EBITDA +139.7% y/y In krone Oslo net sales +3.8 % and +EBITDA 3.7% y/y Since the start of the year: Norwegian krone has been appreciated ca. 5% Russian ruble has stabilized at EUR/RUB ca. 75 Guidance Realized Growth without FX changes Net sales 27% - 32% 28.0% 30.3% EBITDA 35% - 40% 35.9% 38.4%
  7. 7. In the Field
  8. 8. 10.2.2015 8 Case: Peltola, Oulu Acquired in February 2013 with a financial occupancy rate of 54% At the end of 2014 financial occupancy stood at 90 % New customers such as Norwegian Nordic Semiconductor Contributed to overall Oulu occupancy being over 90%
  9. 9. 10.2.2015 9 Case: Vilnius, Lithuania Two buildings with 100% financial occupancy and a one under construction with a 46% pre-let rate acquired in May2013 Team built from scratch. Now fully resourced and performing well At the end of 2014 financial occupancy stood at 100% Excellent demand. Plan to launch next expansion this spring Option to acquire an 30,000 m² in building rights
  10. 10. 10.2.2015 10 Case: Oslo Acquired in December 2013 with financial occupancy of 89.5% At the end of 2014 financial occupancy stood at 95.6% 12,200 m² in deals done, including new customers totaling 5,400 m² Customer satisfaction up from 3.6/5 to almost 4/5 Fornebu is an up and coming area
  11. 11. 10.2.2015 11 Case: Innopoli 3 Acquired in two parts in November and December 2013 Total investment was EUR 77.5 million Two years left for three-year rental guarantee Financial occupancy rate at 95.2%, Innopoli campus at 92.5% and rising Market vacancy rate in the area was 20%
  12. 12. 10.2.2015 12 Case: Tallinn Large-scale development with the local partner At the point of acquisition 70,000m² of which modern 46,000m² So far about 20,000m² demolished, 22,400m² new and 9,200m² under construction Financial occupancy up from 93.5% in 2011 to 99.3% in 2014 Rents up from 9.67 €/m²/mo to 12.4 €/m²/mo (Lõõtsa 8)
  13. 13. 10.2.2015 13 Case: St. Petersburg Greenfield project started in 2009 Pulkovo 1 commissioned in 2011, occupancy currently 95.2% Pulkovo 2 commissioned in October 2014, occupancy now at 96.0% Total campus occupancy rate at 95.6% as of February 9 Total rentable area will be 35,800m² after the building is fully commissioned In rubles like-for-like rents up by 23.6% in 2014
  14. 14. 10.2.2015 14 Looking Ahead 2015 growth guidance y/y: Net sales and EBITDA to be at the same level or slightly higher than in 2014 Guidance is subject to foreign exchange changes, acquisitions and divestitures Dividend proposal of 0.15 euros per share Share buybacks of 700,000 as of January 19 i.e. EUR 2.7 million
  15. 15. 10.2.2015 15 Growth 2010-2014 In five years net sales have grown about 100% and EBITDA about 110% Balance sheet has grown 82% and rentable space 41% 0 50 100 150 200 Net Sales EBITDA CAGR 14.8% CAGR 16.1% EUR millions 2010 - 2014
  16. 16. 1610.2.2015 Technopolis was Awarded in 2014 IR was evaluated the best among the Finnish mid-caps (Regi) Attended the first time GRESB and was awarded by the green star Five new LEED certificates of which one in St. Petersburg Sustainability reporting achieved bronze level (EPRA)
  17. 17. Appendices: Additional Data
  18. 18. 10.2.2015 18 Area Name m² EUR million Stabilized yield, % Financial Occupancy, % Completion Tallinn Löötsa 8A 7,500 11.8 9.1 100.0 9/2014 St. Petersburg Pulkovo 2 18,700 42.0 12.6 96.0 9/2014 Tallinn Löötsa 5 9,200 17.0 8.8 8.6 9/2015 HMA Building,G 5,300 18.3 8.0 32.6 9/2015 Tampere Yliopist. 3&4 11,900 39.0 7.2 28.9 3/2016 Investments Note:At February 9, 2015. Projects in grey are not completed i.e. financial occupancy is pre-let rate Projects in progress EUR 74.3 million
  19. 19. 10.2.2015 19 Key Figures Financials 2014 2013 , % Net sales, EUR million 161.7 126.3 28.0 EBITDA, EUR million 87.2 64.1 35.9 Operating profit, EUR million 42.9 43.9 -2.3 Direct result (EPRA), EUR million 55.9 40.5 38.1 Direct result/share (EPRA), EUR 0.53 0.47 12.8 Real Estate Operations Financial occupancy rate, % 94.7 93.6 +1.1pp Net rental yield, % 7.5 7.6 -0.1pp Market yield, % 8.1 8.2 -0.1pp Rentable space, 1 000 m² 742,000 746,800 -0.6
  20. 20. 10.2.2015 20 Financing Q4/2014 Q4/2013 Change, % Interest bearing debt, EUR million 841.9 861.9 -2.3 Fixed rate, % 60.0 49.7 10.3 pp Hedging ratio, % 57.4 46.5 10.9 pp Average interest rate, % 2.43 2.46 -0.03 pp Capital weighted loan maturity, years 6.1 7.0 -13.1 Fixing period, years 2.7 2.2 22.7 Interest cover ratio, % 4.8 5.3 -0.5 pp Loan to value, % 59.7 59.5 0.2 pp Maturing loans, next 12 mo, EUR million 182.2 145.6 25.1 Untapped credit lines, EUR million 156.5 87.5 79.9
  21. 21. 10.2.2015 21 Customers Segments in December 31, 2014 Nordic Semiconductor to Peltola campus in Oulu DataCenter took 1,000 m² from Innopoli campus in Espoo Tampere University of Applied Science took 3,200 from Mediapolis inTampere Customer Highlights % of rentable space 24% 16% 11%10% 8% 16% 7% 4% 3% ICT Professional Services Manufacturing Wholesail and Retail Education Other Financial Services Food Services Public Sector
  22. 22. 10.2.2015 22 Lease Agreements Lease stock, % of space Maturity in years Q4/2014 Q3/2014 Q2/2014 Q1/2014 Q4/2013 <1 17 17 14 17 22 1-3 23 25 24 21 22 3-5 12 12 9 12 13 >5 22 21 24 22 26 Open-end leases 26 25 28 28 17 Av. Maturities in Mo 39 40 40 31 35 Lease stock, EUR million 455.9 463.5 468.2 478.6 470.5 20 largest customers leased approximately 29.7% of the company’s rented space on December 31, 2014
  23. 23. 10.2.2015 23 Finland 2014 2013 , % Rentable space, m² 542,200 555,900 -2.3 Rent, €/m²/mo avg. 16.79 16.21 3.5 Financial occupancy rate, % 93.7 92.9 +0.8pp Net rental revenue, EUR million 103.3 94.9 8.8 Net sales, EUR million 118.6 109.4 8.4 EBITDA, EUR million 62.6 56,1 11.7 Market yield requirement, % 7.9 7.9 0.1pp Fair value of investment properties, EUR million 951.9 981.0 -3.0
  24. 24. 10.2.2015 24 Baltic Rim 2014 2013 , % Rentable space, m² 135,800 119,500 13.6 Rent, €/m²/mo avg.*) 14.00 15.04 -6.9 Financial occupancy rate, % 98.4 99.1 -0.7 pp Net rental revenue, EUR million 23.6 15.3 54.3 Net sales, EUR million 24.9 15.9 56.3 EBITDA, EUR million 13.4 7.6 77.0 Market yield requirement, % 8.7 9.0 -0.3 pp Fair value of investment properties, EUR million 224.7 212.4 5.8 *) Decreased due to depreciated ruble – in local currencies rent level was up. Like-for-like rents in St. Petersburg 23.6% y/y
  25. 25. 10.2.2015 25 Scandinavia 2014 2013 *) , % Rentable space, m² 63.000 71,400 -11.8 Rent, €/m²/mo avg. 22.03 21.16 4.1 Financial occupancy rate, % 95.6 89.5 6.1 pp Net rental revenue, EUR million 18.0 1.0 1,695.2 Net sales, EUR million 18.2 1.0 1,807.2 EBITDA, EUR million 12.0 0.6 2,044.0 Market yield requirement, % 6.4 6.5 -0.1 pp Fair value of investment properties, EUR million 201.8 217.0 -7.0 *) December 11-31, 2013
  26. 26. 10.2.2015 26 Financial Occupancy 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100% Q4-2004 Q1-2005 Q2-2005 Q3-2005 Q4-2005 Q1-2006 Q2-2006 Q3-2006 Q4-2006 Q1-2007 Q2-2007 Q3-2007 Q4-2007 Q1-2008 Q2-2008 Q3-2008 Q4-2008 Q1-2009 Q2-2009 Q3-2009 Q4-2009 Q1-2010 Q2-2010 Q3-2010 Q4-2010 Q1-2011 Q2-2011 Q3-2011 Q4-2011 Q1-2012 Q2-2012 Q3-2012 Q4-2012 Q1-2013 Q2-2013 Q3-2013 Q4-2013 Q1-2014 Q2-2014 Q3-2014 Q4-2014 10Yr. Avg. 94.9% Q4/14 94.7%
  27. 27. 10.2.2015 27 EBITDA, Net Sales & Rentable Space m²EUR Million Net Sales & EBITDA 2015 are analysts’ consensus estimates Rentable space from year-end 2014 to 2015 is assumed to be fixed 0 100000 200000 300000 400000 500000 600000 700000 800000 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015e Rentable space Net Sales EBITDA
  28. 28. 10.2.2015 28 EBITDA and EBITDA-% EBITDA-% turned upward in 2014 Market expects trend to continue 63,7% 50,3% 55,9% 0,0% 10,0% 20,0% 30,0% 40,0% 50,0% 60,0% 70,0% 0,00 20,00 40,00 60,00 80,00 100,00 120,00 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015e EBITDA EBITDA-%
  29. 29. 10.2.2015 29 Market Segments by FairValue December 31, 2014 20% 18% 15% 14% 8% 8% 8% 5% 4% 1% HMA Oulu Oslo Tampere Kuopio Jyväskylä Tallinn Vilnius St. Petersburg Lappeenranta
  30. 30. 3010.2.2015 Investment Criteria Good quality, flexible buildings in good shape Excellent location with good transportation links Critical mass, at least in the 50,000 m² range Additional building rights to allow expansion Good customer mix or the potential to create it Generates good cash flow Reasonable yield generating positive EPS impact
  31. 31. 10.2.2015 31 Strategic Financial Targets 2015 - 2017 Company’s goal is to grow in the Nordics and Baltic Rim and in service business Net sales and EBITDA growth 15% on average per annum EPRA-based annual ROCE *) of at least 6% Equity ratio at or above 35% over the cycle *) Calculated by EPRA-based operating profit Dividend policy: distribute on average one third of its EPRA- based direct result annually
  32. 32. 10.2.2015 32 Area Name m² EUR million Stabilized yield, % Completion Oulu Peltola 37,600 31.7 11.2 2/2013 Kuopio Viestikatu 7B&C 9,300 18.2 9.2 2/2013 Tallinn Löötsa 8 B&C 14,900 21.1 9.1 3/2013 Vilnius Ozas 42,200 62.2 9.3 5/2013 Jyväskylä Innova 4 8,900 23.7 8.1 10/2013 HMA Innopoli 3 26,300 77.5 7.8 12/2013 Oslo IT Fornebu 70,500 217.0 7.7 12/2013 Tallinn Löötsa 8A 7,500 11.8 9.1 9/2014 St. Petersburg Pulkovo 2 18,700 42.0 12.6 9/2014 Under construction Pre-let rate 09 Feb 15 Tallinn Löötsa 5 8.6 9,200 17.0 8.8 9/2015 HMA Building,G 32.6 5,300 18.3 8.0 9/2015 Tampere Yliopist. 3&4 28.9 11,900 39.0 7.2 3/2016 Investments of EUR 579.5 million
  33. 33. 10.2.2015 33 Technopolis Value Chain Porter adaptation
  34. 34. 10.2.2015 34 Chain of Smart Campuses
  35. 35. 10.2.2015 35 # of shares % of shares Varma Mutual Pension 25,448,192 23.9 Ilmarinen Mutual Pension 11,089,647 10.4 City of Oulu 3,511,211 3.3 OP-Pohjola Group 1,615,224 1.5 Jyrki Hallikainen/KickoffOy 1,233,236 1.2 Laakkonen Mikko 1,226,184 1.2 The Finnish Cultural Foundation 1,188,042 1.1 Odin Finland 1,119,944 1.1 City ofTampere 960,577 0.9 Jenny and AnttiWihuri Foundation 738,398 0.7 10 largest shareholders, total 48,130,655 45.2 Foreign shareholders, total 35,080,146 32.9 Others, total 23,300,831 21.9 Total amount of shares 106,511,632 100 Shareholders December 31, 2014

Technopolis provides the best addresses for companies to operate and succeed in five countries in the Nordic-Baltic region. In this presentation we present our financial highlights from fiscal year 2014.

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