Nokia publishes proxy materials for its Extraordinary General Meeting 2013 and notifies a new date for its Q3 2013 results announcement

Nokia publishes proxy materials for its Extraordinary General Meeting 2013 and notifies a new date for its Q3 2013 results announcement

Nokia Corporation
Stock Exchange Release
September 19, 2013 at 16.05 (CET+1)

Espoo, Finland - As outlined in the notice to the Nokia Extraordinary General Meeting 2013 (EGM) published earlier today, Nokia is making available proxy materials with more detailed information on the proposed transaction, announced on September 3, 2013, in which Nokia has agreed to sell substantially all of its Devices & Services business to Microsoft (the "Sale of the D&S Business").

Additionally, Nokia today announces a new publication date for its third quarter 2013 results announcement.

New publication date for Nokia's Q3 2013 results announcement
Nokia informs that it plans to publish its third quarter 2013 and January - September 2013 interim report on October 29, 2013. The postponement from the previously announced date is driven by Nokia's acquisition of Siemens AG's entire stake in NSN and the announcement of the Sale of the D&S Business, both of which have taken place during the third quarter of 2013.

Proxy materials for the EGM
The proxy materials relating to the Sale of the D&S Business are available at www.nokia.com/gm.  Additionally, the material is attached to the Nokia stock exchange release in pdf format and will be furnished to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

The proxy materials contain detailed information on the proposal to be voted on, and we strongly encourage our shareholders to read the materials in their entirety. The proxy materials include, for instance, a letter from Risto Siilasmaa, Chairman and interim CEO of Nokia as well as Nokia Group unaudited pro forma financial information for certain periods. These sections are also included below in this release.

Nokia Board recommendation
Nokia's Board of Directors recommends that Nokia shareholders vote to confirm and approve the Sale of the D&S Business at the Extraordinary General Meeting.

September 18, 2013
Shareholders of Nokia Corporation
Re: Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders

Dear Shareholder:
Shareholder:

You are cordially invited to attend an Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders of Nokia Corporation to be held on November 19, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. (Helsinki time) at Barona Areena, Urheilupuistontie 3, Espoo, Finland. The attached notice of the Extraordinary General Meeting and proxy materials provide information regarding the proposed resolution to be considered and voted on at the Extraordinary General Meeting. We hope that you can attend either by voting in advance, issuing a proxy to a representative or at the Extraordinary General Meeting in person.

The purpose of the Extraordinary General Meeting is for you and our other shareholders to consider and vote on a proposal to confirm and approve the transactions contemplated by the Stock and Asset Purchase Agreement, dated as of September 2, 2013 (the "Purchase Agreement"), by and between Nokia Corporation and Microsoft International Holdings B.V. ("Microsoft International"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation ("Microsoft"). Under the Purchase Agreement, Nokia will sell substantially all of its Devices & Services business (the "D&S Business"), including assets and liabilities to the extent primarily related thereto, to Microsoft International (the transactions contemplated by the Purchase Agreement, the "Sale of the D&S Business") for an aggregate purchase price of EUR 3.79 billion in cash, subject to certain adjustments.

Nokia has also entered into a mutual licensing agreement (the "Patent License Agreement") with Microsoft that will become effective upon consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business and a payment to Nokia of EUR 1.55 billion, and, as consideration for Microsoft's unilateral right to extend the term of the Patent License Agreement to perpetuity, an additional payment of EUR 100 million to Nokia. Under the Patent License Agreement, Nokia will grant Microsoft a 10-year license to certain of Nokia's patents and Microsoft will grant Nokia reciprocal rights to certain of Microsoft's patents for use in Nokia's HERE business. Upon consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business, Microsoft will also become a strategic licensee of the HERE location platform and will pay Nokia separately for the services provided under this license. Microsoft is expected to become one of the top three customers of HERE. Nokia will retain the Nokia brand and all of its patents and patent applications worldwide, provided that certain registered design rights that are specific to the D&S Business will be included in the assets transferred to Microsoft.

The Sale of the D&S Business and the licensing arrangements described above are expected to be significantly accretive to Nokia's earnings as each of Nokia's continuing businesses, NSN, HERE and Advanced Technologies are global leaders in enabling mobility in their respective areas. The Sale of the D&S Business and the licensing arrangements described above are also expected to significantly strengthen Nokia's financial position and provide a solid basis for future investment in the continuing businesses. During the first half of 2013, we estimate that the non-IFRS result of the business proposed to be sold, "substantially all of Devices & Services business" would have been a loss of EUR 395 million and net sales of that business would have been EUR 5.3 billion. For the same period of time (on a pro forma basis) the non-IFRS result of Nokia's continuing businesses would have been a profit of EUR 436 million and the net sales of Nokia's continuing businesses would have been EUR 6.3 billion. On a pro forma basis Nokia had EUR 12.8 billion of gross cash and EUR 7.5 billion of net cash at the end of the first half of 2013. 

More information about the Sale of the D&S Business and the Purchase Agreement is contained in the accompanying proxy materials, which we strongly encourage you to read in their entirety. These proxy materials are also available on Nokia's website at www.nokia.com/gm.

After a thorough assessment of how to maximize shareholder value, including considering a variety of strategic alternatives, Nokia's Board of Directors decided to approve Nokia's entry into the Purchase Agreement and the Sale of the D&S Business contemplated thereby and determined that Nokia's entry into the Purchase Agreement and the Sale of the D&S Business are in the best interests of Nokia and our shareholders. The Board of Directors recommends that Nokia shareholders vote to confirm and approve the Sale of the D&S Business at the Extraordinary General Meeting.

The Purchase Agreement requires that shareholders representing a majority of the votes cast at the Extraordinary General Meeting confirm and approve the Sale of the D&S Business. The consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business is also subject to the satisfaction of certain other conditions to consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business as set forth in the Purchase Agreement and described in the accompanying proxy materials.

Regardless of the number of Nokia shares or American Depositary Shares you own, your vote is very important. The accompanying notice to convene the Extraordinary General Meeting and proxy materials provide you with detailed information about the Sale of the D&S Business and the Extraordinary General Meeting.

On behalf of Nokia Corporation, we would like to thank all of our shareholders for their ongoing support as we prepare for this important event in Nokia's history.

Sincerely,
/s/ Risto Siilasmaa
Risto Siilasmaa
Chairman of the Board and interim CEO

 

NOKIA GROUP UNAUDITED PRO FORMA FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Basis of compilation of the unaudited pro forma financial information

The following unaudited pro forma financial information ("pro forma", "pro forma information") is presented to illustrate the financial impact of the following transactions (collectively, the "Transactions"):
- Nokia's acquisition of Siemens AG's ("Siemens") 50% stake in Nokia Solutions and Networks, also referred to as NSN (formerly Nokia Siemens Networks), for EUR 1.7 billion, completed on August 7, 2013 (the "NSN Acquisition");

- The sale of substantially all of Nokia's Devices & Services business (the "D&S Business") to Microsoft International Holdings B.V. ("Microsoft International"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation ("Microsoft") for EUR 3.79 billion (the transactions contemplated by the Stock and Asset Purchase Agreement, dated as of September 2, 2013 (the "Purchase Agreement"), by and between Nokia and Microsoft International (the "Sale of the D&S Business");

- Nokia's granting Microsoft a 10-year license to certain of Nokia's patents and Microsoft granting Nokia reciprocal right to use Microsoft's patents in HERE services upon consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business for a license payment of EUR 1.55 billion in cash to Nokia and, as consideration for the unilateral right to extend the term of the Patent License Agreement to perpetuity, an additional EUR 100 million payment to Nokia (the "Patent License Agreement");

- Microsoft's payment to Nokia for services provided in connection with Microsoft becoming a strategic licensee of Nokia's HERE location platform; and

- The sale of EUR 1.5 billion in senior unsecured convertible bonds to Microsoft (the "Convertible Bonds") pursuant to a bond purchase agreement, dated as of September 2, 2013, by and between Nokia and Microsoft International (the "Bond Purchase Agreement"). The Convertible Bonds will be issued in three equal tranches of EUR 500 million each, bearing interest of 1.125%, 2.500% and 3.625% and maturing in 2018, 2019 and 2020, respectively.

The pro forma financial information also illustrates the financial impact of certain other items described below, including the divestment of our luxury phone business Vertu, which was completed in October 2012.

This unaudited pro forma information is presented for illustrative purposes only. Because of its nature, the unaudited pro forma information illustrates what the hypothetical impact would have been if the Transactions and certain other items described below had been consummated at an earlier point in time and therefore, does not represent the actual results of operations or financial position of Nokia and its consolidated subsidiaries ("Nokia Group"). The unaudited pro forma information is not intended to project the results of operations or financial position of Nokia Group as of any future date.

For the purposes of this pro forma information, the D&S Business has been treated as a discontinued operation. Accordingly, the results for the D&S Business for the year ended December 31, 2012 and for the six month period ended June 30, 2013 have been presented separately from the results of continuing operations and on a separate line at the bottom of the pro forma income statements.

The pro forma adjustments are based upon available information and assumptions, which are described in the accompanying notes. There can be no assurance that the assumptions used in the preparations of the unaudited pro forma financial information will prove to be correct. Hence, the final amounts at the consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business are likely to differ from the amounts presented here.

The unaudited pro forma financial information has been derived from Nokia's unaudited consolidated financial information as at and for the year ended December 31, 2012 and Nokia's unaudited consolidated interim report as at and for the six month period ended June 30, 2013. Nokia adopted the revised "IAS 19 - Employee Benefits" standard ("IAS 19R") as of January 1, 2013. The historical financial information as at and for the year ended December 31, 2012 presented has been revised to comply with the new accounting principles, and due to the revision, is unaudited. For more information on the impact of the retrospective application of IAS 19R, see Nokia's published 2013 interim reports available at www.nokia.com.

The unaudited pro forma financial information included in the proxy materials should be read in conjunction with our consolidated financial statements and consolidated interim financial statements available at www.nokia.com.

Pro forma periods
The pro forma consolidated income statements for the year ended December 31, 2012 and for the six month period ended June 30, 2013, have been compiled assuming that the Transactions and certain other items described below had been completed on January 1, 2012. The pro forma statement of financial position as at June 30, 2013 has been compiled assuming that such transactions had been completed on June 30, 2013.

Nokia Group's operating results for the six months ended June 30, 2013
The following table sets forth consolidated income statements of Nokia Group for six months ended June 30, 2013 as follows:

- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement as reported in Nokia's interim report dated July 18, 2013 (column titled "Reported 1-6/2013");

- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement adjusted to reflect the Transactions and certain other items as if the Transactions and such other items had been consummated as of January 1, 2012 (column titled "Pro forma Reported 1-6/2013"); and

- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement, on a non-IFRS basis, further adjusted to exclude the impact of special items and purchase price adjustments (column titled "Pro forma non-IFRS 1-6/2013").

In the first half of 2013, Nokia Group's reported net sales were EUR 11,547 million. On a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's reported net sales were EUR 6,304 million and Nokia Group's non-IFRS net sales were EUR 6,305 million, reflecting the hypothetical impact of the Transactions and certain other items described in Notes 3 and 4 below. The most significant item explaining the difference between Nokia Group's reported net sales and Nokia Group's pro forma reported net sales is the hypothetical impact of the Sale of the D&S Business, as the D&S Business generated reported net sales of EUR 5,344 million in the first half 2013.

In the first half of 2013, Nokia Group's reported operating loss was EUR 265 million, or negative 2.3%. On a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's reported operating profit was EUR 19 million, or positive 0.3% and Nokia Group's non-IFRS operating profit was EUR 721 million or positive 11.4%. The most significant item explaining the difference between Nokia Group's reported operating loss and Nokia Group's pro forma reported operating profit is the hypothetical impact of the Sale of the D&S Business, as the D&S Business generated reported operating losses of EUR 273 million in the first half 2013.

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENTS First half 2013, EUR million (unaudited)

Reported
1-6/2013

Pro
forma adjustments
NSN Acquisition (1)

Pro
forma
adjustments
Sale
of the
D&S
Business
(2)

Other
pro
forma adjustments
(3)

Pro forma
Reported
1-6/2013

Pro
 forma
non-IFRS exclusions
(4)

Pro
forma
Non-IFRS
1-6/2013

Continuing
operati
ons:
             
Net sales 11,547   -5,344 101 6,304 1 6,305
Cost of
sales

-7,801

 

4,213

-90

-3,678

 

-3,678

Gross
profit
3,746 -1,131 11 2,626 1 2,627
Research and
develop
ment
expens
es
-1,983   579   -1,404 176 -1,228
Selling and
marketi
ng
expens
es
-1,151   638   -513 73 -440
Administrative and
general
expens
es
-440   121   -319   -319
Other income
and
expens
es

-437

 

66

 

-371

452

81

Operating
loss/pr
ofit
-265 - 273 11 19 702 721
Share of
results
of
associate
ed
company
ies
-4       -4   -4
Financial
income
and
expens
es

-163

 

20

 

-143

 

-143

Loss/profit
before tax
-432 - 293 11 -128 702 574
Tax

-185

 

102

11

-72

-66

-138

Loss/profit
from
continu
ing
operati
ons

-617

-

395

22

-200

636

436

               
Discontinued
operati
ons:
             
Loss for
the
period

 

 

-395

 

-395

67

-328

Gain on
dispos
al, net
             
Loss from
discount
inued
operati
ons

 

-

-395

-

-395

67

-328

               
Loss/profit
for
the
period

-617

-

-

22

-595

703

108

Loss/profit
attribute
able to
equity
holders
of the
parent

-499

-131

7

22

-601

703

102

Loss/profit
attribute
able to
 non-
control
ing
interest
s

-118

131

-7

 

6

 

6

 

-617

-

-

22

-595

703

108

               
Earnings
per
share,
EUR
             
(for
loss/pro
fit
attributa
ble to
the
equity
holders
of the
parent)
             
Basic
-0.13       -0.16   0.03
From
continui
ng
operatio
ns
-0.13       -0.06   0.12
From
disconti
nued
operatio
ns
-       -0.11   -0.09
Diluted
-0.13       -0.16   0.03
From
continui
ng
operatio
ns
-0.13       -0.06   0.11
From
disconti
nued
operatio
ns
-       -0.11   -0.09
             
Average
number
of
shares
(1,000
shares)
             
Basic
3,711,827       3,711,827   3,711,827
Diluted,
Continu
ed
operatio
ns
3,711,827       3,711,827   3,998,986
Diluted,
Disconti
nued
operatio
ns
-       3,711,827   3,711,827

(1) The reported income statement for the period has been adjusted for the portion of NSN's results that were previously attributed to Siemens' non-controlling interest.
(2) The adjustments in this column reclassify the results of the D&S Business for the period to discontinued operations.
(3) The other pro forma adjustments include:
- EUR 101 million net increase in revenue related to the Patent License Agreement and the HERE location platform licensing agreement with Microsoft. Revenue for the Patent License Agreement is estimated to be recognized over 10 years and revenue for the HERE location platform licensing agreement is estimated to be recognized over four years;
- An adjustment of EUR 90 million in inter-company charges between HERE and the D&S Business; and
- The estimated tax impact of the adjustments in the two bullet points above.
(4) Pro forma non-IFRS exclusions related to continuing operations include the following:
- The reversal of EUR 249 million in amortization on acquired intangible assets (EUR 176 million recorded in Research and development expenses and EUR 73 million in Selling and marketing expenses);
- The reversal of EUR 301 million in restructuring charges (recorded in Other income and expenses);
- The reversal of EUR 151 million in losses related to the divestment of certain NSN businesses (recorded in Other income and expenses); and
- The reversal of EUR 46 million tax benefits related to the items and adjustments noted above as well as of prior year tax benefits in the amount of EUR 20 million (recorded in Tax).

Additionally, the discontinued operations non-IFRS exclusions include the following:
- The reversal of restructuring charges of EUR 72 million;
- The reversal of EUR 27 million for a benefit from a cartel claim settlement; and
- Certain prior year tax expenses of EUR 20 million

Nokia Group's operating results for the full year 2012

In the full year 2012, Nokia Group's reported net sales were EUR 30,176 million. On a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's reported net sales were EUR 15,220 million and on a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's non-IFRS net sales were EUR 15,221 million, reflecting the hypothetical impact of the Transactions, the divestment of Vertu, and certain other adjustments described in Notes 3 and 4 below. The most significant item explaining the difference between Nokia Group's reported net sales and Nokia Group's pro forma reported net sales is the hypothetical impact of the Sale of the D&S Business, as the D&S Business generated net sales of EUR 14,937 million in the full year 2012.

In the full year 2012, Nokia Group's reported operating loss was EUR 2,299 million, or negative 7.6%. On a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's reported operating loss was EUR 925 million, or negative 6.1% and on a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's non-IFRS operating profit was EUR 1,033 million, or positive 6.8%. The most significant item explaining the difference between Nokia Group's reported operating loss and Nokia Group's pro forma reported operating profit is the hypothetical impact of the Sale of the D&S Business, as the D&S Business generated operating losses of EUR 1,603 million in the full year 2012 and was also a significant driver of the difference between Nokia Group's non-IFRS operating loss and Nokia Group's pro forma non-IFRS operating profit.

The following table sets forth Nokia Group's consolidated income statements for the twelve months ended December 31, 2012 as follows:
- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement as reported in Nokia's Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2012, adjusted for the adoption of "IAS 19 - Employee Benefits" (column titled "Reported 1-12/2012");
- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement adjusted to reflect the Transactions, certain other items and the divestment of Vertu, as if the Transactions, such other items and the divestment of Vertu had been consummated as of January 1, 2012 (column titled "Pro forma Reported 1-12/2012"); and
- Nokia Group's consolidated income statement, on a non-IFRS basis, further adjusted to exclude the impact of special items and purchase price adjustments (column titled "Pro forma Non-IFRS 1-12/2012").

CONSOLIDATED INCOME STATEMENTS Full year 2012, EUR million (unaudited)

Reported
1-12/2012

Pro
forma
adjustments
NSN
Acquisition
(1)

Pro
forma
adjustments
Sale of the
D&S Business(2)

Other
pro
forma
adjustments
(3)

Pro
forma
Reported
1-12/2012

Pro
forma
non-IFRS exclusions (4)

Pro forma
Non-IFRS
1-12/2012

Continuing
operations:
             
Net sales 30,176   -14,937 -19 15,220 1 15,221
Cost of sales

-21,786

 

12,242

-276

-9,820

65

-9,755

Gross profit 8,390   -2,695 -295 5,400 66 5,466
Research and
development
expenses
-4,782   1,779 28 -2,975 375 -2,600
Selling and
marketing
expenses
-3,205   1,657 72 -1,476 313 -1,163
Administrative
and general
expenses
-955   287 15 -653   -653
Other income
and expenses

-1,747

 

575

-49

-1,221

1,204

-17

Operating loss/profit -2,299   1,603 -229 -925 1,958 1,033
Share of results
of associated
companies
-1       -1   -1
Financial income
and expenses

-340

-46

57

 

-329

 

-329

Loss/profit
before tax
-2,640 -46 1,660 -229 -1,255 1,958 703
Tax

-1,145

 

890

18

-237

69

-168

Loss/profit
from continuing
operations

-3,785

-46

2,550

-211

-1,492

2,027

535

               
Discontinued
operations:
             
Loss for the
period
    -2,550 -1 -2,551 1,339 -1,212
Gain on disposal,
net

 

 

3,003

52

3,055

-3,055

-

Profit/loss from
discontinued
operations

 

 

453

51

504

-1,716

-1,212

             
Loss for the
period

-3,785

-46

3,003

-160

-988

311

-677

             
Loss attributable
to equity holders
of the parent
-3,104 -776 3,033 -160 -1,007 311 -696
Loss/profit attributable
to non-controlling
interests

-681

730

-30

 

19

 

19

 

-3,785

-46

3,003

-160

-988

311

-677

               
Earnings per share,
EUR
             
(for loss/profit
attributable to the
equity holders of
the parent)
             
Basic -0.84       -0.27   -0.19
From continuing
operations
-0.84       -0.41   0.14
From discontinued
operations
-       0.14   -0.33
Diluted -0.84       -0.27   -0.19
From continuing
operations
-0.84       -0.41   0.14
From discontinued
operations
-       0.14   -0.33
             
Average number
of shares
(1,000 shares)
             
Basic 3,710,845       3,710,845   3,710,845
Diluted, Continuing
operations
3,710,845       3,710,845   3,763,561
Diluted, Discontinued
operations
-       3,763,561   3,710,845

(1) The reported income statement for the period has been adjusted for the portion of NSN's results that were previously attributed to Siemens' non-controlling interest. In addition, the adjustment reflects the estimated financing charges related to the NSN Acquisition funded through an initial bank facility and a secured loan from Siemens, which will be terminated early using the cash proceeds of the sale of Convertible Bonds to Microsoft International. The estimated one-time charges and interest expenses related to an early repayment of the bank facilities and secured loan from Siemens together with estimated accrued interest on the Convertible Bonds, amounting to EUR 46 million, have been reflected as a cash interest charge in the pro forma income statement for the year ended December 31, 2012.
(2) The adjustments in this column reclassify the results of the D&S Business for the period to discontinued operations. The adjustment also includes the estimated gain on the Sale of the D&S Business calculated as the difference between the carrying amount of the net assets of the D&S Business using the balances as of June 30, 2013 and the estimated net proceeds to be received. In accordance with the Purchase Agreement, the purchase price of EUR 3.79 billion for the Sale of D&S Business is subject to certain adjustments. However, these adjustments are not reflected in the pro forma financial information as their estimated impact is deemed to be zero. Additionally, as the final gain on the Sale of the D&S Business will be calculated using the carrying amount of the net assets at the consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business, such final gain will vary, possibly significantly, from the pro forma gain estimate presented here.
(3) The other pro forma adjustments include:
- EUR 196 million net increase in revenue related to the Patent License Agreement and the HERE location platform licensing agreement with Microsoft. Revenue for the Patent License Agreement is estimated to be recognized over 10 years and revenue from the HERE location platform licensing agreement is estimated to be recognized over four years;
- The elimination of EUR 374 million in inter-company charges between HERE and the D&S Business;
- Elimination of EUR 215 million in revenue and, EUR 216 million in costs related to the Vertu business as well as EUR 52 million gain related to the divestment of the Vertu; and
- The estimated tax impact of the adjustments in the three bullet points above.
(4) Pro forma non-IFRS exclusions related to continuing operations include the following:
- The reversal of a EUR 65 million charge to country and contract exits based on NSN's new strategy that focuses on key markets and product segments (recorded in Cost of sales);
- The reversal of EUR 688 million in amortization on acquired intangible assets (EUR 375 million recorded in Research and development expenses and EUR 313 million in Selling and marketing expenses);
- The reversal of EUR 1,220 million of restructuring charges and associated items, EUR 42 million related to country and contract exits, impairments of assets of EUR 2 million, a negative adjustment of EUR 4 million to purchase price allocation related to the final payment from Motorola, as well as amortization of acquired intangible assets EUR 23 million in 2012, EUR 79 million of net gain on sale of real estate (recorded in Other income and expenses); and
- The reversal of EUR 159 million net tax benefits related to the above as well as certain prior year tax benefit in the amount of EUR 64 million, valuation allowance for NSN deferred tax assets of EUR 135 million and EUR 157 million non-cash deferred tax expense related to legal reorganizations arising from HERE business integration (recorded in Tax).

Additionally, the discontinued operation non-IFRS exclusions include the following:
- Amortization of acquired intangible assets of EUR 4 million, restructuring charges of EUR 545 million, impairments of assets of EUR 30 million, a EUR 56 million benefit from settlement of cartel claims, valuation allowance related to Devices & Services tax assets in Finland of EUR 800 million, certain prior year tax expenses of EUR 64 million and the net tax benefit on special items and PPA of EUR 48 million in 2012; and
- Gain on Sale of the D&S Business of EUR 3,003 million and gain on the divestment of Vertu of EUR 52 million in 2012.

Nokia Group financial position as of June 30, 2013
The following table sets forth Nokia Group's consolidated financial position as of June 30, 2013 as follows:
- Nokia Group's consolidated statement of financial position as reported in Nokia's interim report dated July 18, 2013 (column titled "Nokia Group Reported 30.06.2013"); and
- Nokia Group's consolidated statement of financial position adjusted to reflect the Transactions as if the Transactions had been consummated as of June 30, 2013 (column titled "Pro forma Nokia Group 30.06.2013").

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION 30.06.2013, IFRS, EUR million (unaudited)

 

Nokia Group
Reported
30.06.2013

Pro forma
adjustments
NSN
Acquisition
(1)

Pro forma
adjustments
Sale of
the D&S Business
(2)

Other
pro forma
adjustments
(3)

Pro forma
Nokia Group
30.06.2013

ASSETS          
Non-current assets          
Goodwill 4,813   -1,416   3,397
Other intangible
assets
369   -30   339
Property,
plant and equipment
1,336   -602   734
Investments in
associated
companies
58   -6   52
Available-for-sale
investments
740   -7   733
Deferred
tax assets
1,007   -328 170 849
Long-term loans
receivable
114   -1   113
Other non-current
assets

168

 

-120

137

185

 

8,605

-2,510

307

6,402

Current assets          
Inventories 1,420   -496   924
Accounts receivable 3,789   -990 75 2,874
Prepaid expenses
and accrued
income
2,920   -1,935  63 1,048
Current portion of
long-term loans
receivable
47       47
Other financial
assets
313   -70   243
Investments at fair
value through
profit and loss,
liquid assets
389       389
Available-for-sale
investments,
liquid assets
982   -207   775
Available-for-sale
investments,
cash equivalents
4,590   -2,056   2,534
Bank and cash

3,492

-1,752

5,757

1,650

9,147

 

17,942

-1,752

3

1,788

17,981

Total assets

26,547

-1,752

-2,507

2,095

24,383

 

SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
AND LIABILITIES

Nokia Group
30.06.2013

Pro forma
adjustments
NSN
Acquisition
(1)

Pro forma
adjustments
Sale of the D&S Business
(2)

Other
pro forma
adjustments
(3)

Pro forma
Nokia Group
30.06.2013

Capital and reserves attributable
to equity holders of the parent
         
Share capital 246       246
Share issue premium 450    -42   408
Treasury shares -607       -607
Translation differences 638 48 53   739
Fair value and other reserves 119 -15  25   129
Reserve for invested non-restricted equity 3,118       3,118
Retained earnings

3,500

-830

2,848

137

5,655

  7,464 -797 2,885 137 9,689
Non-controlling interests

1,164

-955

-111

 

98

Total equity

8,628

-1,752

2,774

137

9,787

           
Non-current liabilities          
Long-term interest-bearing liabilities 3,375       3,375
Deferred tax liabilities 380   -215 170 335
Other long-term liabilities

402

 

-44

 

358

 

4,157

-

-259

170

4,068

Current liabilities          
Current portion of long-term loans 1,839   -8   1,831
Short-term borrowing 172   -1   171
Other financial liabilities 70   -30   40
Accounts payable 3,595   -1,685  75 1,985
Accrued expenses and other liabilities 5,681   -2,247 1,831 5,265
Provisions

2,405

 

-1,051

-118

1,236

 

13,762

-

-5,022

1,788

10,528

Total shareholders' equity and liabilities

26,547

-1,752

-2,507

2,095

24,383

           
Interest-bearing liabilities 5,386 - -9 - 5,377
Shareholders' equity per share, EUR 2.01       2.61
Number of shares (1,000 shares)* 3,712,192       3,712,192

* Shares owned by Nokia Group companies are excluded.

As of June 30, 2013, Nokia Group's total cash and other liquid assets was EUR 9,453 million, and net cash and other liquid assets was EUR 4,067 million. On a pro forma basis, Nokia Group's total cash and other liquid assets was EUR 12,845 million, and net cash and other liquid assets was EUR 7,468 million, reflecting the hypothetical impact of the Transactions.

(1) The adjustments in this column reflect the impact of the NSN Acquisition as if it had occurred on June 30, 2013. The adjustments eliminate the recorded Siemens' non-controlling interest against the related capital accounts attributable to the equity shareholders of the parent, Nokia Group, and reflect the estimated loss that will be incurred as a result of the NSN Acquisition. Although the NSN Acquisition was financed through a secured loan from Siemens and bank financing, the adjustments reflect a cash transaction as the secured loan and the bank financing is expected to be repaid with the cash proceeds from the Sale of the D&S Business.
(2) The adjustments in this column reflect the impact of the Sale of the D&S Business. The pro forma adjustments eliminate all of the assets and liabilities attributable to the D&S Business, reflect the net proceeds expected to be received from Microsoft International and reflect the estimated gain that would result if the Sale of the D&S Business was consummated on June 30, 2013. These adjustments and the estimated gain are based on the reported assets and liabilities as of June 30, 2013 and the estimated net proceeds, while the actual adjustments and gain to be recognized upon consummation of the Sale of the D&S Business will be based on the assets and liabilities that exist on that date and on the final purchase price paid to Nokia. Accordingly, the final gain and related adjustments may differ significantly from the estimated adjustments presented here.
(3) Other pro forma adjustments include:
- EUR 1.65 billion in cash to be received in connection with the Patent License Agreement;
- An increase of EUR 1.65 billion in accrued expenses and other liabilities related to deferred revenue under the Patent License Agreement; and
- Tax related and other miscellaneous adjustments to reflect the conversion of certain inter-segment receivables and payables into external receivables and payables between the D&S Business and the continuing operations of Nokia Group.

Presentation of pro forma non-IFRS results from continuing operations
In addition to information on Nokia's reported IFRS results, Nokia provides certain information on a non-IFRS, or underlying business performance, basis. Non-IFRS results exclude all material special items for all periods. In addition, non-IFRS results exclude intangible asset amortization, other purchase price accounting related items and inventory value adjustments arising from (1) the formation of Nokia Siemens Networks and (2) all business acquisitions completed after June 30, 2008. Nokia believes that its non-IFRS results provide meaningful supplemental information to both management and investors regarding Nokia and its underlying business performance by excluding the above-described items that may not be indicative of Nokia's business operating results. In this pro forma information Nokia's non-IFRS results as described above are also presented on a pro forma basis.

These non-IFRS financial measures should not be viewed in isolation or as substitutes to the equivalent IFRS measure(s), but should be used in conjunction with the most directly comparable IFRS measure(s) in the reported results. More information, including a reconciliation of our January - June 2013 and full year 2012 non-IFRS results to our reported results, can be found in our complete January - June 2013 interim report and in our complete interim report for the fourth quarter 2012.

The following table sets forth information on Nokia's non-IFRS results as previously reported and on a pro forma basis for the six month period ended June 30, 2013 and for the year ended December 31, 2012.

Consolidated income statements (unaudited)

First half 2013, EUR million

Full year 2012, EUR million

Non-IFRS as published for 1-6/2013

Pro forma
Non-IFRS
Continuing
operations
1-6/2013

Non-IFRS as published for 1-12/2012

Pro forma
Non-IFRS
Continuing
operations
1-12/2012

       
Net sales 11,548 6,305 30,177 15,221
Cost of sales

-7,801

-3,678

-21,721

-9,755

Gross profit 3,747 2,627 8,456 5,466
Research and development expenses -1,805 -1,228 -4,404 -2,600
Selling and marketing expenses -1,078 -440 -2,891 -1,163
Administrative and general expenses -440 -319 -955 -653
Other income and expenses

60

81

-76

-17

Operating profit 484 721 130 1,033
Share of results of associated companies -4 -4 -1 -1
Financial income and expenses

-163

-143

-340

-329

Profit/loss before tax 317 574 -211 703
Tax

-231

-138

-260

-168

Profit/loss

86

436

-471

535

       
Profit/loss attributable to equity
holders of the parent
-53 430 -646 516
Profit/loss attributable to
non-controlling interests
139 6 175 19
86 436 -471 535
       
Earnings per share, EUR        
(for loss/profit attributable to the
equity holders of the parent)
       
Basic -0.01 0.12 -0.17 0.14
Diluted -0.01 0.11 -0.17 0.14
       
Average number of shares
(1,000 shares)
       
Basic 3,711,827 3,711,827 3,710,845 3,710,845
Diluted 3,711,827 3,998,986 3,710,845 3,763,561


Evaluation of other assets and liabilities
In connection with the Sale of the D&S Business, Nokia Group will be required to evaluate whether the impact of the Sale of the D&S Business on future cash flows or operating results requires changes in the carrying values of any of Nokia's remaining assets or liabilities. This evaluation will include, among other things, a review of existing goodwill balances for impairment and the potential recoverability of deferred tax assets currently subject to valuation allowance. Nokia will conduct this review during the third quarter and the results of the review are planned to be disclosed in connection with the announcement of our third quarter 2013 results, scheduled for October 29, 2013.

Income Taxes
Pro forma income taxes reflect tax for continuing operations and estimated tax consequences for divesting discontinued operations. After the Sale of the D&S Business, Nokia Group continues to have unrecorded material deferred tax assets including deferred tax benefits available in Finland for both the NSN and Advanced Technologies businesses.

Other items
In addition to the pro forma adjustments reflected in the pro forma information above, Nokia Group has determined during the third quarter of 2013 that certain properties of the continuing business will meet the criteria of assets held for sale. The assets held for sale reclassification is not reflected in the tables above, but it will be presented in the third quarter 2013 interim report. As part of the reclassification, Nokia Group expects to record impairment charges of approximately EUR 5 million to the third quarter 2013 income statement, after which the properties' carrying values will be approximately EUR 113 million.

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS
It should be noted that Nokia and its business are exposed to various risks and uncertainties and certain statements herein that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements, including, without limitation, those regarding: A) the planned sale by Nokia of substantially all of Nokia's Devices & Services business, including Smart Devices and Mobile Phones (referred to below as "Sale of the D&S Business") pursuant to the Stock and Asset Purchase Agreement, dated as of September 2, 2013, between Nokia and Microsoft International Holdings B.V.(referred to below as the "Agreement"); B) the closing of the Sale of the D&S Business; C) obtaining the confirmation and approval of our shareholders for the Sale of the D&S Business; D) receiving timely (if at all), necessary regulatory approvals for the Sale of the D&S Business; E) expectations, plans or benefits related to or caused by the Sale of the D&S Business; F) expectations, plans or benefits related to Nokia's strategies, including plans for Nokia with respect to its continuing businesses that will not be divested in connection with the Sale of the D&S Business; G) expectations, plans or benefits related to changes in leadership and operational structure; H) expectations and targets regarding our operational priorities, financial performance or position, results of operations and use of proceeds from the Sale of the D&S Business; and I) statements preceded by "believe," "expect," "anticipate," "foresee," "sees," "target," "estimate," "designed," "aim", "plans," "intends," "focus," "will" or similar expressions. These statements are based on management's best assumptions and beliefs in light of the information currently available to it. Because they involve risks and uncertainties, actual results may differ materially from the results that we currently expect. Factors, including risks and uncertainties that could cause these differences include, but are not limited to: 1) the inability to close the Sale of the D&S Business in a timely manner, or at all, for instance due to the inability or delays in obtaining the shareholder approval or necessary regulatory approvals for the Sale of the D&S Business, or the occurrence of any event, change or other circumstance that could give rise to the termination of the Agreement; 2) the potential adverse effect on the sales of our mobile devices, business relationships, operating results and business generally resulting from the announcement of the Sale of the D&S Business or from the terms that we have agreed for the Sale of the D&S Business; 3) any negative effect from the implementation of the Sale of the D&S Business, as we may forego other competitive alternatives for strategies or partnerships that would benefit our Devices & Services business and if the Sale of the D&S Business is not closed, we may have limited options to continue the Devices & Services business or enter into another transaction on terms favorable to us, or at all; 4) our ability to effectively and smoothly implement planned changes to our leadership and operational structure or maintain an efficient interim governance structure and preserve or hire key personnel; 5) any negative effect from the implementation of the Sale of the D&S Business, including our internal reorganization in connection therewith, which will require significant time, attention and resources of our senior management and others within the company potentially diverting their attention from other aspects of our business; 6) disruption and dissatisfaction among employees caused by the plans and implementation of the Sale of the D&S Business reducing focus and productivity in areas of our business; 7) the amount of the costs, fees, expenses and charges related to or triggered by the Sale of the D&S Business; 8) any impairments or charges to carrying values of assets or liabilities related to or triggered by the Sale of the D&S Business; 9) potential adverse effects on our business, properties or operations caused by us implementing the Sale of the D&S Business; 10) the initiation or outcome of any legal proceedings, regulatory proceedings or enforcement matters that may be instituted against us relating to the Sale of the D&S Business; and, as well as the risk factors specified on pages 12-47 of Nokia's annual report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2012 under Item 3D. "Risk Factors." and risks outlined in our most recent interim report. Other unknown or unpredictable factors or underlying assumptions subsequently proving to be incorrect could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Nokia does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except to the extent legally required.

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