ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on... 1. Consolidated Financial Results May 9, 2013

ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on... 1. Consolidated Financial Results May 9, 2013
ROHM CO., LTD. Financial Highlights for the Year Ended on March 31, 2013
May 9, 2013
1. Consolidated Financial Results
(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)
'13/3
'12/3
Actual
Actual
Change from the
previous year
'14/3 (Projected)
Amount Percentage
Annual
Change from
the previous
year
First six
months
Change from
the first six
months of the
previous year
+0.2%
Net sales
Millions of
yen
292,410
304,652
-12,242
-4.0% 300,000
+2.6% 151,000
Cost of sales
Selling, general and
administrative expenses
Operating income
Millions of
yen
213,275
209,046
+4,229
+2.0% 207,500
103,000
Millions of
yen
80,056
89,253
-9,197
-10.3%
76,000
38,600
Millions of
yen
-921
6,352
-7,273
㧙
16,500
(-0.3%)
(2.1%)
(-2.4%)
11,786
7,286
+4,500
(4.0%)
(2.4%)
(+1.6%)
-52,464
-16,106
-36,358
(-17.9%)
(-5.3%)
(-12.6%)
-486.63
-149.41
-337.22
(Operating income margin)
Millions of
yen
Ordinary income
(Ordinary income margin)
Millions of
yen
Net income
(Net income margin)
Basic net income per share
yen
Ratio of net income to equity
%
-8.4
-2.5
-5.9
Ordinary income to total assets
%
1.6
1.0
+0.6
㧙
(5.5%)
+61.8%
15,000 +27.3%
㧙
13,500
7,100
㧙
(4.7%)
(5.0%)
㧙
9,400 +255.7%
(6.2%)
㧙
6,500
(4.5%)
(4.3%)
125.22
60.29
㧙
Total assets
Millions of
yen
699,014
737,326
-38,312
-5.2%
Net assets
Millions of
yen
613,647
634,280
-20,633
-3.3%
Equity ratio
%
87.7
86.0
+1.7
Net assets per share
yen
5,688.21
5,880.27
-192.06
-3.3%
Capital expenditures
Millions of
yen
42,817
51,117
-8,300
-16.2%
37,300
-12.9%
18,650
-17.4%
Depreciation
Millions of
yen
38,879
35,915
+2,964
+8.3%
29,300
-24.6%
13,200
-25.4%
Research and development costs
Millions of
yen
37,750
39,763
-2,013
-5.1%
35,500
-6.0%
18,000
-4.6%
Net financial revenue
Millions of
yen
1,743
1,599
+144
+9.0%
Foreign currency exchange gains/losses
Millions of
yen
Foreign exchange rate
(Average yen-dollar rate)
yen/US$
(gain) 9,697 (loss) 1,284 (gain) 10,981
83.23
79.31
+3.92
+4.9%
90.00
90.00
(Note1) The projected data are based on the information available at the time of release of this report. A number of important factors including business conditions may cause
actual results to differ materially from those projected, and therefore, the projected data are not intended to guarantee to be achived by ROHM.
(Note2) This report is a translation of the financial highlights and financial report of the Company prepared in accordance with the provisions set forth in the Securities and
Exchange Law and its related accounting regulations, and in conformty with accounting principles generally accepted in Japan. The original version of this report is written in
Japanese. In the event of any discrepancies in words, accounts, figures, or the like between this report and the original, the original Japanese version shall govern.
Contact:Public Relations and Investor Relations Dept., ROHM CO., LTD.
21, Saiin Mizosaki-cho, Ukyouku, Kyoto 615-8585 +81-75-311-2121
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1. Consolidated Financial Results (Continued from the previous page)
(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)
'13/3
'12/3
Change from the
previous year
Change from
the previous
year
-5.6%
140,845
+0.1%
70,800
-3.3%
(-11,341)
(-18.0%)
(39,778)
-22.9% (22,078)
-21.0%
(76,956)
(+3,192)
(+4.1%)
(92,562) +15.5% (44,749)
+10.0%
(6,530)
(6,765)
(-235)
(-3.5%)
(5,290)
-19.0%
(2,387)
-31.0%
(2,503)
(2,492)
(+11)
(+0.4%)
(3,213) +28.4%
(1,584)
+37.4%
Actual
140,761
149,134
-8,373
(Japan)
(51,578)
(62,919)
(Asia)
(80,148)
(Americas)
(Europe)
Millions of
yen
Discrete semiconductor devices
Change from
the first six
months of the
previous year
Annual
Actual
Sales by individual segments
and by individual regions䋨
䋨Note1䋩
䋩
IC
'14/3 (Projected)
Amount Percentage
First six
months
99,373
103,861
-4,488
-4.3%
99,527
50,174
-1.3%
(Japan)
(33,558)
(37,394)
(-3,836)
(-10.3%)
(30,581)
-8.9% (15,496)
-12.4%
(Asia)
(57,443)
(58,140)
(-697)
(-1.2%)
(59,513)
+3.6% (30,074)
+2.8%
(Americas)
(4,167)
(3,947)
(+220)
(+5.6%)
(4,774) +14.6%
(2,376)
+22.0%
(Europe)
(4,203)
(4,379)
(-176)
(-4.0%)
(4,656) +10.8%
(2,227)
+13.3%
52,275
51,656
+619
+1.2%
59,628 +14.1%
30,026
+12.6%
(Japan)
(18,001)
(17,304)
(+697)
(+4.0%)
(20,208) +12.3% (10,641)
+8.2%
(Asia)
(28,879)
(29,035)
(-156)
(-0.5%)
(33,956) +17.6% (16,662)
+16.8%
(Americas)
(2,153)
(1,894)
(+259)
(+13.7%)
(2,188)
+1.6%
(1,084)
+1.0%
(Europe)
(3,242)
(3,422)
(-180)
(-5.3%)
(3,274)
+1.0%
(1,637)
+9.7%
292,410
304,652
-12,242
-4.0%
300,000
+2.6%
151,000
+0.2%
(Japan)
(103,139) (117,618)
(-14,479)
(-12.3%)
(90,568)
-12.2% (48,217)
-13.1%
(Asia)
(166,471) (164,133)
(+2,338)
(+1.4%) (186,033) +11.8% (91,486)
+8.7%
Others
Total
(Americas)
+0.2%
(12,850)
(12,606)
(+244)
(+1.9%)
(12,254)
-4.6%
(5,847)
-9.7%
(9,949)
(10,294)
(-345)
(-3.3%)
(11,144) +12.0%
(5,448)
+18.2%
5.6
7.8
-2.2
Home appliance
3.4
3.2
+0.2
Other consumer
12.5
12.7
-0.2
Computer and OA
12.4
12.5
-0.1
Telecommunications
12.8
12.9
-0.1
Automotive
24.5
22.0
+2.5
Other industrial
6.1
6.0
+0.1
Subassemblies
16.9
17.4
-0.5
5.8
5.5
+0.3
(Europe)
Sales by application (Note2)
Audio,Visual
Others
Major End Products
Audio,Visual
㧑
TV,HD Recorder/Player,Video Camera,Memory Audio,Electronic Musical Instrument,etc.
Home Appliances
Microwave Oven,Air Conditioner,Refrigerator,Washing Machine,etc.
Other Consumer
Telecommunications
Digital Still Camera,Game Machine,Watch,etc.
PC,Server,PDA,Printer,Data Storage(DVD-ROM,CD-RW,CDROM,HDD,FDD),Monitor,Terminal,etc.
Cellular Phone/PHS,Modem,FAX,Network,etc.
Automotive
Engine Control Unit,Air bag,Car Navigation,Car Audio etc.
Other industrial
Medical Equipment,Electrical Measuring,Machine Tool,Vending Machine,etc.
Computer and OA
Subassemblies
Others
Power Supply For Consumer Appliance/Telecommunications/PC/Industrial
Equipment,Flat panel module for PC/TV Tuner,Motor,Power,Optical Pick up
OEM Sales,Lighting,etc.
(Note1) The sales mentioned above are for external customers.
(Note2) Since ROHM changed the way it classifies sales by application as of the year ended March 31, 2013, the company changed its components for the year ended
March 31, 2012 and posted those component ratios by application accordingly.
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2. Relevant information
(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen. Any fraction less than the unit is rounded off)
'12/3
'13/3
Actual
Actual
Change from the
previous year
'14/3 (Projected)
Amount Percentage
Change from
the previous
year
Annual
Change from
First six the first six
months months of the
previous year
Capital expenditures by individual segments
Millions
of yen
IC
15,051
27,252
-12,201
-44.8%
15,200
+1.0%
7,550
+12.8%
14,949
11,334
+3,615
+31.9%
15,600
+4.3%
7,600
-7.6%
Others
6,692
7,603
-911
-12.0%
5,100
-23.8%
2,550
-53.2%
Sales and Administrative Expenses Division
6,124
4,925
+1,199
+24.3%
1,400
-77.1%
950
-56.8%
42,817
51,117
-8,300
-16.2%
37,300
-12.9%
18,650
-17.4%
30.0
60.0
-30.0
40.0
(15.0)
(30.0)
(-15.0)
(20.0)
Domestic
5,269
5,900
-631
-10.7%
Overseas
14,934
15,395
-461
-3.0%
Total
20,203
21,295
-1,092
-5.1%
(2,966)
(3,243)
(-277)
(-8.5%)
48
48
0
(Domestic)
(12)
(12)
(0)
(Overseas)
(36)
(36)
(0)
4
6
-2
(0)
(0)
(0)
1
1
0
(0)
(0)
(0)
29,321
29,255
+66
Discrete semiconductor devices
Total
Annual cash dividends
yen
(Year-end cash dividends)
(yen)
Number of employees
(Number of R&D employees)
Number of consolidated subsidiaries
Number of affiliated companies
(Number of companies accounted for by equity method)
Number of non-consolidated subsidiaries
(Number of companies accounted for by equity method)
Number of shareholders
Financial institution shareholding ratio
%
20.37
21.52
-1.15
Foreign shareholding ratio
%
51.11
49.72
+1.39
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+0.2%
20.0
Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013 (Japan GAAP, Consolidated)
May 9, 2013
Listed Company Name: ROHM CO., LTD.
Stock Exchange Listings: Tokyo, Osaka
Code No.:6963
URL http://www.rohm.com
Company Representative:
(Title) President
(Name) Satoshi Sawamura
Contact Person:
(Title) Director, Accounting Headquarters
(Name) Eiichi Sasayama
TEL +81-75-311-2121
Scheduled Date of Annual Meeting of Shareholder June 27, 2013
Scheduled Dividend Payment Date
June 28, 2013
Scheduled Date of Securities Report for Submission June 27, 2013
Supplementary Material Prepared for Account Closing : Yes
Financial Results Briefing Available
: Yes (For analysts and institutional investors)
(Figures are rounded down to the nearest million yen)
1. Consolidated Business Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
(1) Consolidated Results of Operations
(The percentages [%] represent changes from the previous year.)
Net sales
Operating income
Millions of yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
(Note) Comprehensive Income
%
Millions of yen
Ordinary income
%
%
292,410
-4.0
-921
!
11,786
304,652
-10.9
6,352
-80.6
7,286
Year ended March 31, 2013: -15,776 million yen (—%)
Year ended March 31, 2012: - 22,585 million yen (—%)
Basic net income
per share
Ratio of net
income
to equity
Diluted net income
per share
Yen
Millions of yen
61.8
-72.8
-52,464
-16,106
%
!
!
Ordinary income to Operating income
total assets
to net sales
Yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
-486.63
Year ended March 31, 2012
-149.41
(Reference) Investment loss (-gain) on equity method
Net income
Millions of yen
%
!
-8.4
!
-2.5
Year ended March 31, 2013: — million yen
Year ended March 31, 2012: — million yen
%
%
1.6
1.0
-0.3
2.1
(2) Consolidated Financial Position
Total assets
Net assets
Millions of yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
(Reference) Shareholder’s equity
Equity ratio
Millions of yen
699,014
613,647
737,326
634,280
Year ended March 31, 2013: 613,270 million yen
Year ended March 31, 2012: 633,982 million yen
Net assets per share
%
Yen
87.7
86.0
5,688.21
5,880.27
(3) Consolidated Cash Flows
Cash flows from
operating activities
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
Cash flows from investing
activities
Cash flows from financing
activities
Cash and cash equivalents at
end of year
Millions of yen
Millions of yen
Millions of yen
Millions of yen
50,540
36,858
-73,138
-45,788
-5,120
-10,494
197,045
208,745
2. Dividend Details
End of the
first quarter
End of the
interim
Yen
Year ended March 31, 2012
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ending March 31, 2014
(Estimates)
Dividend per share
End of the
End of year
third quarter
Yen
Yen
Total annual
dividend
Annual
Yen
Yen
Millions of
yen
6,468
3,234
!
!
30.00
15.00
!
!
30.00
15.00
60.00
30.00
!
20.00
!
20.00
40.00
Shareholder Dividend on net
payout ratio
asset ratio
(consolidated) (consolidated)
%
%
1.0
0.5
!
!
31.9
3. Consolidated Business Results Forecast for the Year Ending March 31, 2014 (From April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014)
(The percentages [%] shown for Fiscal 2014 figures represent changes from the previous fiscal year and
those for the quarter figures represent changes from the interim data of the previous fiscal year.)
Net sales
Millions of yen
Interim
Fiscal 2014
151,000
300,000
Operating income
%
Millions of yen
0.2
2.6
9,400
16,500
Ordinary income
% Millions of yen
255.7
!
7,100
15,000
Basic net income
per share
Net income
%
!
27.3
Millions of yen
6,500
13,500
%
!
!
Yen
60.29
125.22
* Note
(1) Major Changes in Subsidiaries during the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(Changes to specified subsidiaries accompanying revision on the scope of consolidation): None
!, Excluded company New company - (Company name:
(Company name:
(2) Changes in Accounting Policies, Changes in Accounting Estimates, and Restatement of Revisions
[1] Changes in accounting policies according to revisions to accounting standards:
[2] Changes in accounting policies other than items indicated in [1]:
[3] Changes in accounting estimates:
[4] Restatement of revisions:
(3) Number of Shares Outstanding (common shares)
[1] Year-end number of
shares outstanding
Year ended March 31, 2013
(incl. treasury stocks)
[2] Year-end number of
Year ended March 31, 2013
treasury stocks
[3] Average number of
Year ended March 31, 2013
shares during the term
)
: None
: None
: None
: None
113,400,000 shares Year ended March 31, 2012
113,400,000 shares
5,586,081 shares Year ended March 31, 2012
5,585,173 shares
107,814,422 shares Year ended March 31, 2012
107,815,275 shares
(Reference) Summary of non-consolidated operating results
Non-consolidated Business Results for Year Ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
(1) Non-consolidated Results of Operations
Net sales
Millions of yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
(The percentages [%] represent changes from the previous year)
Operating income
%
249,741
255,787
Millions of yen
-2.4
-13.1
%
-15,933
-7,506
Basic net income per share
Ordinary income
Millions of yen
21,416
8,428
!
!
%
!
!
!
!
Net assets
Millions of yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
(Reference) Shareholder’s equity
4,200
-68,982
Yen
38.96
-639.82
(2) Non-consolidated Financial Position
Total assets
154.1
-84.7
Millions of yen
Diluted net income per share
Yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
Year ended March 31, 2012
Net income
%
Equity ratio
Millions of yen
463,989
403,845
467,061
403,511
Year ended March 31, 2013: 403,845 million yen
Year ended March 31, 2012: 403,511 million yen
Net assets per share
%
Yen
87.0
86.4
3,745.76
3,742.63
*Disclosure Regarding Implementation Status of Auditing Procedures
This financial report is not subject to auditing procedures under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. At the time of disclosure of this financial report,
auditing procedures for financial statements under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act had not been completed.
*Explanation on Adequate Usage of Business Results Forecast
Statements on business results forecasts in this financial report are based on current information that ROHM acquired as well as specific premises that the company
judges legitimate, therefore, ROHM makes no promises as to actual results attaining these forecasts. Actual business results may be considerably different due to
various factors. For presuppositional conditions used for business results forecasts and notes on using the forecasts, please refer to “1. Analysis of Business Results
and Financial Position (1) Analysis of Business Results,” on page 4 of the Appendix of the Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013.
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
Appendix
!Table of Contents
1. Analysis of Business Results and Financial Position
(1) Analysis of Business Results
(2) Financial Analysis
(3) Basic Policy for Profit Distribution and Dividends for the Year Ended March 31, 2013 and
Year Ending March 31, 2014
(4) Company Business Risks
2. Status of the ROHM Group
3 Management Policies
(1) ROHM’s Basic Management Policy
(2) Mid- to Long-term Corporate Strategies
(3) Priority Issues
4. Consolidated Financial Statements
(1) Consolidated Balance Sheets
(2) Consolidated Statement of Income and Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income
Consolidated statement of income
Consolidated statement of comprehensive income
(3) Consolidated Statement of Shareholders' Equity
(4) Consolidated Statement of Cash Flow
(5) Note on Going Concern
(6) Major Items for the Preparations of Consolidated Financial Statements
(7) Change in Indication Method
(8) Notes on Consolidated Financial Statements
(Notes on Consolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity)
(Segment Information)
(Per Share Data)
(Significant Subsequent Events)
5. Others
(1) Production, Orders and Sales
(2) Transfer of Directors
*Separately attached as supplementary material are “Financial Highlights for the Year Ended March 31, 2013.”
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1. Analysis of Business Results and Financial Position
(1) Analysis of Business Results
[1] Business Results for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
General Overview of Business Performance
The world economy in the current fiscal year continued to be weak as a whole due to China’s economic slowdown coupled
with a prolonged economic recession in Europe, although signs of economic recovery were seen in the US after the fall of last
year.
By individual regions, in the US, economic recovery remained weak in the first half of the fiscal year due to uncertainty
over a tight fiscal policy, but after the fall signs of improvement were seen in consumption and employment, placing the
overall economy on a recovery trend. In Europe, the economy continued to slump because of prolonged financial and
monetary problems, while in China, the overall economy exhibited slower growth due to decreasing export expansion, which
was affected by the economic recession in Europe and other major markets. India and South Korea also experienced slowing
economic growth due to sluggish exports. And in Japan, exports and industrial production slowed down after the summer on
the heels of a recovery trend that arose out of reconstruction demands following the Great East Japan Earthquake - amid the
backdrop of a sluggish world economy and appreciation of the yen. But after the new year, promising signs for the economy
were seen again with higher stock prices and the depreciation of the yen.
In the electronics-related industries, smartphones and tablet computers enjoyed robust sales. And the overall automotive
market was strong, although the Japanese market temporarily entered an adjustment phase after the fall. However, the
markets, including existing mobile phones, personal computers, and flat screen TVs, went through a prolonged adjustment
period, leaving them in severe shape.
In the face of such a business environment, the entire ROHM Group remained committed to reducing costs not only by
increasing efficiency through the restructuring of production systems centered on ICs production systems, reviewing
semiconductor materials, and streamlining via yield ratio improvements, but also by moving forward with structural reform,
which include personnel cutbacks.
In addition, to increase sales over the mid- to long-term, the Group strengthened its product lineups and positioned four key
areas as engines for future growth: 1) IC synergy (with LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.), 2) SiC-based power devices, 3)
LEDs and related products and 4) Sensor-related products.
The ROHM Group views the automotive, telecommunication infrastructure and industrial equipment markets (including
FA) as significant areas where growth is expected, and has accordingly increased sales personnel in these important markets
and created new product strategy groups for different segments. In order to respond to increased customer globalization, the
company proceeded to restructure the sales system from one focused on individual regions into a sales system centered on
customers. And, at individual overseas sites, the ROHM Group has been working to enhance customer support capabilities by
employing local FAEs (*1).
Regarding new product development, ROHM has put much effort into developing high efficiency power related ICs for
automotive applications, high reliability resistors, ultra-compact discrete semiconductor devices for mobile devices such as
smartphones, tablet PCs, and CPU peripheral devices, and ultra-low power wireless modules for smart homes based on
specified low power radio (*2) technology, which are expected to see significant adoption.
ROHM also continued to develop new fields for mid- to long-term growth by upgrading its product lineups of SiC devices
and modules, which we are quickly progressing as next-generation technologies, as well as launching sales of the B-analyst
(*3), micro-blood analysis system in Europe and commercializing solid fuel type hydrogen fuel cells (*4) under a joint
development program with Aquafairy Corp. and Kyoto University.
As mentioned above, ROHM endeavored to recover its business results through company-wide efforts, but due to
continuing difficulties in the business environment, net sales for the year ended March 31, 2013 were 292,410 million yen (a
decrease of 4.0 percent from the year ended March 31, 2012), and operating loss was 921 million yen (operating income of
6,352 million yen for the year ended March 31, 2012). Ordinary income was 11,786 million yen (an increase of 61.8 percent
from the year ended March 31, 2012), after foreign currency exchange gains, and the net loss for the year was 52,464 million
yen due to a considerable amount of impairment losses of fixed assets (net loss of 16,106 million yen for the year ended
March 31, 2012).
*1. FAE (Field Applications Engineer)
Engineers and technicians who provide technical support and proposals, including technical information,
to customers.
*2. Specified low power radio
A low-output-type radio communication standard that can be used without a license, qualification or registration. The
429MHz and other bandwidths have already been approved, with the 920MHz bandwidth recently opened in July
2012. Compared to the 2.4GHz bandwidth (which includes wireless LANs), these wavelengths can reach long
distances easily even through obstacles.
*3. Micro-blood analysis system ‘B-analyst’
A proprietary system that performs precision diagnostic tests using only a trace amount of blood. In 2008 the system
was being sold in Japan under the name Banalyst®Ace. Then in November 2012 ROHM entered into a marketing
alliance in Europe with A. Menarini Diagnostics of Italy under the name of ‘B-analyst’.
*4 Solid fuel type hydrogen fuel cells
A type of fuel cell in which hydrogen is formed and electricity generated after solidified calcium hydride is processed
into a sheet-like structure and water is added. This cell is safer and more portable than existing methanol and
hydrogen fuel cells using cylinders. It is also an extremely clean form of energy.
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Performance Overview by Segment
<ICs>
Net sales for the year ended March 31, 2013 were 140,761 million yen (a decrease of 5.6 percent from the year ended
March 31, 2012), and segment losses for the year were 7,824 million yen (segment losses of 6,665 million yen for the year
ended March 31, 2012).
In the digital AV equipment field, sales of lens controller driver ICs for digital cameras increased in the first half of the
year, but entered an adjustment phase due to the sluggish market after the fall. Sales in the flat screen TV sector also remained
slow, and power ICs for LCD panels remained in the doldrums. In the mobile phone sector, the demand for sensor ICs for
smartphones was strong, while extreme price competition for parts, coupled with the effects of a sluggish market for
conventional mobile phones, lowered the demand for LED driver ICs to lower than expected levels. For gaming consoles,
along with the launch of new models, sales centered on power ICs were on a recovery trend, but entered an adjustment phase
again after the new year. Regarding personal computers, sales of motor driver ICs were on a recovery trend in the first half of
the year, but entered an adjustment phase after the fall. For the automotive components market, sales of LED driver ICs for
lamps were robust. Likewise, in the industrial equipment market, sales of power ICs were strong.
At LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd., a ROHM Group company, sales of low power microcontrollers for the security market
and custom memory ICs for handheld game console were strong, while the demand for other memory ICs, including P2ROM
(*5) products for the entertainment market, significantly decreased due to market slowdown. In addition, LAPIS
Semiconductor Co., Ltd. sold its optical components division in order to focus on its core business.
Regarding production systems, ROHM decreased its production volumes at its headquarters in Kyoto and at ROHM Apollo
Co., Ltd. in Fukuoka Prefecture and worked to reduce costs through material changes and improvements in the yield ratio
while promoting 300mm wafer power devices at ROHM Hamamatsu Co., Ltd. in Shizuoka Prefecture and improving
production efficiency at individual factories. ROHM also enhanced its BCM (Business Continuity Management) system
against risks such as disasters by sharing production lines with LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
*5. P2ROM (Production Programmed ROM)
Non-volatile memory developed by LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd. Products are shipped after the customer’s program
and data are written into memory at the factory. They are often used for gaming consoles, and feature a shorter
turnaround time (TAT) compared to conventional mask ROMs.
<Discrete Semiconductor Devices>
Net sales for the year ended March 31, 2013 were 99,373 million yen (a decrease of 4.3 percent from the year ended March
31, 2012), and segment profits were 7,929 million yen (a decrease of 31.7 percent from the year ended March 31, 2012).
In the diode and transistor categories, sales were severe due to the effects of a considerable decrease in production in the
flat screen TV market, coupled with slow recovery caused by fewer orders in automotive markets resulting from the flooding
in Thailand.
In the SiC sector, which is used in next-generation high-efficiency devices, ROHM put much effort into enriching product
lineups of SiC diodes and MOSFETs and began full-scale mass-production of full SiC modules, for use in such products as
air-conditioners.
Regarding LEDs, small-package products, including PicoLEDs, sold well.
Concerning laser diodes, sales of dual-wavelength pulsation laser diodes for CD/DVD players(*6) and other applications
were slow.
As for production systems, ROHM decided to close its transistor wafer factory in Ibaraki Prefecture and concentrate its
efforts toward reducing costs by improving production efficiency at individual group factories in Thailand, the Philippines,
and Tianjin, China. ROHM also made considerable efforts to enhance its BCM (Business Continuity Management) system.
*6. Dual-wavelength pulsation laser diodes for CD/DVD players
Self-pulsation-type dual-wavelength laser diodes in which a single element generates two lasers, a 780nm beam for
playing CDs and a 650nm type for playing DVDs.
<Other>
Net sales for the year ended March 31, 2013 were 52,275 million yen (an increase of 1.2 percent from the year ended
March 31, 2012), and segment losses were 2,433 million yen (segment losses of 482 million yen for the year ended March 31,
2012).
In the resistor category, sales of mainly ultra-compact resistors for the mobile phone market entered an adjustment phase,
but transitioned toward recovery trend after the new year.
Sales of tantalum capacitors were extremely sluggish due to the flooding in Thailand in the first half of the year, but
gradually showed signs of recovery.
With optical modules, although sales of photointerrupters(*7) decreased due to the sluggish market for digital cameras and
printers in China and Europe, sales of infrared LED modules for smartphones were robust.
Regarding LED lighting products, sales were steady due to growing energy concerns and enhanced product lineups.
In the power module category, power supply modules for LED lighting enjoyed increased sales.
Concerning thermal printheads, sales for mini-printers recovered and sales of image sensor heads for scanners increased
after the summer.
In the medical field, sales of micro-blood analysis systems steadily increased although growth was still small in scale.
Regarding production systems, ROHM strove to improve production efficiency, reduce costs, and continued to strengthen
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its BCM (Business Continuity Management) system at group factories in Thailand, the Philippines, and Dalian and Tianjin
in China.
*7 Photointerrupter
A sensor comprised of an infrared emitter on one side and an infrared detector on the other side. The sensor detects that
the beam from the emitter is blocked when an object passes through the beam. It is often used to detect the existence or
location of objects.
It should be noted that the above sales are for external customers.
[2] Prospects for the Next Fiscal Year
Overall Conditions Concerning the Performance Prospects for the Next Fiscal Year
In regards to the world economy, although there are destabilizing factors such as remaining uncertainties over financial and
rete semiconmonetary problems in Europe, improvements in employment conditions and the housing market in the US,
coupled with increased exports from China, all indicate that the global economy as a whole is on the road to recovery. And in
Japan, growing expectations over economic recovery backed by the depreciation of the yen and high stock prices have led to
brighter economic prospects.
In the electronics market, along with the expected recovery of the world economies mentioned above, the automotive
components and industrial equipment sectors also show signs of recovering and the markets for smartphones and tablet PCs
continue to enjoy robust sales. In contrast, however, AV-related markets, including those for personal computers and digital
cameras, remain sluggish. In addition, fierce competition in the global market shows no signs of weakening, leading to severe
market projections.
Under these circumstances, the ROHM Group will continue to develop new products that meet future market needs in the
fields of high value-added ICs and LED-related products, and introduce them onto the market when appropriate.
The Group will also make the utmost efforts to increase sales worldwide in a variety of areas including the automotive and
industrial equipment markets, and continue to focus on long-term research and development.
In addition, amid intensifying global competition, the Group will work to reform its business structure into a more effective
production system and further reduce costs, with the goal of recovering its business performance and improving corporate
value.
In consideration of the above mentioned situations, ROHM forecasts consolidated business results for the year ending
March 31, 2014 as follows.
Details of consolidated sales prospects of individual segments are as follows.
Integrated circuits
140,845 million yen (0.1 percent up from the current fiscal year)
99,527 million yen (0.2 percent up from the current fiscal year)
Discrete semiconductor devices
Others
59,628 million yen (14.1 percent up from the current fiscal year)
The forecasts are based on an exchange rate of 90 yen to US$1.
(2) Financial Analysis
Analysis on status of assets, liabilities, net assets and cash flow
During the year ended March 31, 2013, total assets decreased by 38,312 million yen from the previous fiscal year,
amounting to 699,014 million yen. The main factors behind the decrease were that other current assets decreased by 32,817
million yen (including accrued insurance payouts for flooding in Thailand of 32,245 million yen), and tangible fixed assets
decreased by 31,954 million yen. On the other hand, cash and time deposits increased by 12,958 million yen, and inventory
assets increased by 10,017 million yen.
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Liabilities decreased by 17,679 million yen from the previous fiscal year, amounting to 85,367 million yen. The main
causes were that accounts payable decreased by 10,661 million yen, notes and accounts payable trade decreased by 6,422
million yen, and the allowance for restructuring expenses decreased by 2,056 million yen.
Net assets decreased by 20,633 million yen from the previous fiscal year, amounting to 613,647 million yen. The main
causes were a decrease in shareholders' equity by 57,318 million yen, and an increase in foreign currency translation
adjustments by 35,620 million yen.
Consequently, equity ratio increased from the 86.0 percent of the previous fiscal year to 87.7 percent.
Cash flow in the year ended March 31, 2013 was as follows.
Cash flow from operating activities increased by 13,682 million yen, which amounts to a plus of 50,540 million yen (a plus
of 36,858 million yen in the year ended March 31, 2012). This was mainly attributable to certain positive factors in that
impairment losses increased, insurance proceeds received increased, and insurance adjustments decreased, and to certain
negative factors in that the net loss before tax increased, and notes and accounts payable-trade changed from an increase to a
decrease.
Cash flow from investment activities recorded a minus of 73,138 million yen (a minus of 45,788 million yen in the year
ended March 31, 2012) because of an increase in expenses of 27,350 million yen. This was mainly attributable to time
deposits changing from a decrease to an increase, and expenses on purchases of tangible fixed assets increasing, which
worked as negative factors, and expenses on purchases of subsidiaries’ shares that had accrued in the previous year not being
incurred this year, which worked as a positive factor.
Cash flow from financial activities decreased by 5,374 million yen (a minus of 10,494 million yen in the year ended March
31, 2012) and recorded a minus of 5,120 million yen in the year ended March 31, 2013. It was mainly attributable to the
positive effects of a decrease in dividend payments.
As a result of adding an increase in exchange rate changes of 16,018 million yen, cash and cash equivalents decreased by
11,699 million yen from the previous fiscal year, and amounted to 197,045 million yen.
Plant and equipment investment of 37,300 million yen and depreciation of 29,300 million yen are scheduled as events with
potential to significantly affect cash flow in the next fiscal year.
(Reference) Changes in cash-flow indicators
Year ended
March 31, 2009
Year ended
March 31, 2010
Year ended
March 31, 2011
Year ended
March 31, 2012
Year ended
March 31, 2013
Equity ratio
87.5%
87.4%
87.7%
86.0%
87.7%
Equity ratio on a market
value basis
66.2%
94.7%
73.9%
59.7%
53.2%
Ratio of cash flow to
interest-bearing liability
0.012/year
0.012/year
0.007/year
0.008/year
0.002/year
4,066.3
2,886.4
3,031.2
2,716.4
7,662.4
Interest coverage ratio
(Computation) Equity ratio = Equity/Total assets
Equity ratio on a market value basis = Aggregate market value of shares/Total assets
Ratio of cash flow to interest-bearing liability = Interest-bearing liability/Cash flow
Interest coverage ratio = Cash flow/Interest payment
(3) Basic Policy for Profit Distribution and Dividends for the Year Ended March 31, 2013 and Year Ending March 31, 2014
[1] Basic Policy for Profit Distribution
Under the global-scale restructuring and shakeout of the semiconductor industries, ROHM aggressively infuses funds to
necessary capital investments and M&A to win out over the competition, and strives to improve business performance over
the long-term in order to live up to the expectations of its shareholders.
In profit distribution to shareholders, ROHM will make every effort to reliably pay dividends based on its business
performance and cash flow, from the long-term perspective of continually improving corporate value and ensuring stable and
continuous payment of dividends.
Regarding the market environment surrounding ROHM, market growth in the mid- to long-term can be expected alongside
continued informatization. However, global competition will intensify due to global-scale restructuring and a shakeout of the
industry. In order to maintain growth and increase business performance under these circumstances, it is imperative that
ROHM develop unique products and enhance cost competitiveness. In response, ROHM is making every effort to enhance its
corporate value by actively investing cash reserves and generated cash flows in facilities necessary to enhance its
developmental and technological expertise, which are essential to maintain a competitive edge, and in strategic businesses,
including partnerships and acquisitions that can be expected to produce synergistic results and attractive returns.
[2] Profit Distribution for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
In consideration of the tight business environment and future capital requirements, the year-end dividend will be 15 yen per
share. As a result, the annual dividend, with 15 yen per share added as an interim dividend, is scheduled to be 30 yen per
share.
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[3] Schedule of Profit Distribution for the Year Ending March 31, 2014
Profit distributions for the year ending March 31, 2014 are scheduled, in consideration of performance for the next fiscal
year and cash flow status, at 20 yen per share as an interim dividend and 20 yen per share as a year-end dividend, totaling 40
yen.
[4] Retirement of Treasury Stock
The ROHM Group considers a maximum 5 percent of the total outstanding shares as its treasury stock holdings, and, in
principle, any amount beyond this limit is retired at the end of every fiscal year. Also, the Group always keeps no more than 5
percent of its treasury stocks on hand in order to ensure management flexibility for merger and acquisition activity and other
needs as required. For your information, treasury stock holdings on hand in the year ended March 31, 2013 (5,586 thousand
shares) were 4.93 percent of the total outstanding shares, falling below 5 percent.
(4) Company Business Risks
The following are risks that may have a significant impact on the financial status and operating results of the ROHM
Group.
[1] Risks Associated with Market Changes
The semiconductor and electronics component industries are subject to sharp and abrupt changes in market conditions in
the short term, caused by factors such as the production trends of end-set manufacturers, which readily fluctuate according to
the sales performance of electronic products, automotive products, and industrial equipment, as well as competition in prices
and technology development with rival companies. Prices are especially susceptible to sudden drops due to the supplydemand relationship, while competition from emerging Asian manufacturers tends to cause instability with regard to
maintaining and increasing sales and ensuring profits.
[2] Exchange Risks
The ROHM Group has expanded its stronghold in global development, production, and sales. Therefore, the financial
statements prepared in each local currency are converted into Japanese yen in order to prepare consolidated financial
statements. Accordingly, even if the values in local currencies remain the same, the profits and losses on the consolidated
financial statement may be affected by the exchange rates at the time of conversion.
The ROHM Group, while conducting production activities in Japan and Asian countries, sells its products in Japan, Asia,
the US, and Europe. This means different currencies are used between production and sales bases, and consequently exchange
rate fluctuations exert a continual influence on the ROHM Group. Generally, a strong Japanese yen conversion adversely
affects our business performance, while a weak yen conversion has a favorable impact.
[3] Risks of Product Defects
As stated in the Company Mission, the ROHM Group places top priority on quality, and develops products subject to
stringent quality control standards. However, this does not guarantee that defective products will never be produced or that
claims arising from product defects will never be sought by buyers in the future. If a buyer should make a claim for defects
regarding ROHM products, company performance may be adversely affected.
[4] Legal Risks
In order to manufacture products distinguishable from those of other companies, the ROHM Group develops various new
technologies, cultivates expertise, and manufactures and sells products worldwide based on these proprietary technologies.
The ROHM Group has a division that specializes in the strict supervision of in-house activities in order to ensure that the
technologies and proprietary knowledge used by the Group do not infringe on the intellectual property rights of other
companies such as patent rights. In addition, in all business fields in which the ROHM Group is involved, the Group complies
with all relevant laws and regulations with respect to the utilization and handling of exhaust air, drainage, harmful materials,
waste treatment, surveys on soil/underground water pollution, and the protection of the environment, health, and safety.
However, the Group may incur legal responsibilities in this respect due to unexpected events, which may possibly have an
adverse influence on business results.
[5] Natural Disasters and Geopolitical Risks
The ROHM Group performs development, manufacturing, and sales activities not only in Japan but also worldwide. To
distribute the associated risks, the Group locates production lines at different bases. However, these production bases may be
damaged due to earthquake, typhoon, flooding, other natural disasters, political uncertainty or international conflicts. Business
results could be adversely affected by stalled product supply or considerable changes in electronics markets due to these
unforeseen events.
[6] Mergers and Acquisitions Risks
The ROHM Group, taking into account future business prospects, considers it necessary to investigate and implement
mergers and acquisitions worldwide with a focus on entering new fields that are relevant to our existing business, and to
always make the utmost efforts to improve corporate value and expand the size of our business. In conducting mergers and
acquisitions, we thoroughly study, review, and discuss matters before any acquisitions are made. Nonetheless, due to
unexpected circumstances or significant changes in market forces after an acquisition, an acquired business may not progress
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as expected and we may suffer losses in some cases as a result.
[7] Research and Development Risks
At present, new technologies and products are being developed and diffused in different electronics fields. ROHM, as a part
of electronics related industry, continually faces stiff competition in technology and product development and therefore must
exert ourselves day and night in the research and development of materials and products in order to produce new products and
technologies. Consequently, our research and development expenditures in the year ended March 31, 2013 were
approximately 13 percent of our consolidated sales.
In these research and development activities, plans may be considerably delayed, and the opportunity to introduce them into
the market missed, for example, due to a lack of technical capabilities or the ability to develop new products. And, there is
also the possibility that the new products we develop may not receive favorable acceptance by the market as anticipated. If
this occurs, it may affect our business performance.
[8] Other Risks and Our Corporate Risk Management System
In addition to the above-mentioned risks, there are various other factors that may influence our financial situation and
business performance, such as risks related to logistics, material procurement, security leaks, and information systems. In
response, the ROHM group has been making company-wide efforts to enhance its risk management system in order to avert
these risks and, in their event, minimize their impact. To identify, analyze, control, and manage significant risks that may arise
in the course of executing business, we organized the “Risk Management and BCM Committee” under the CSR Committee
with the President, serving as the chairman.
Along with overseeing the activities of the main departments that control risks, the committee crafts and enforces across the
company Business Continuity Plans (BCP) so that ROHM is proactive and prepared for thinkable risks.
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2. Status of the ROHM Group
The ROHM Group consists of ROHM Co., Ltd., 49 consolidated subsidiaries (13 in Japan and 36 outside Japan) and 4
affiliated companies (2 in Japan and 2 outside Japan). We are a comprehensive electronic component manufacturer, whose
principal business is the manufacture and sales of electronic components.
A group diagram and information on affiliated companies are given below.
As these subsidiary companies are doing business across multiple segments, it is complicated to describe by individual
segments. Therefore, segments are indicated as one package.
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3. Management Policies
(1) ROHM’s Basic Management Policy
ROHM believes that, in creating and improving our overall corporate values, added-values created by the company’s
business activities should be allocated in appropriate proportions to all constituents, including shareholders, employees, and
stakeholders of local communities, while retained earnings should be allotted to business investment and efforts to increase
competitive strength. To pursue this objective, it is also essential to obtain the understanding and cooperation of all those with
a stake in the company’s performance. Making ROHM’s shares more attractive to investors is one of the important aspects of
company management.
With these perspectives, ROHM has committed itself to developing market-leading products by focusing on high valueadded system ICs, power devices, LED-related products, and sensor devices for digital information appliances, mobile
electronic equipment, industrial equipment and automotive components, where further market expansion is expected. As a
fundamental policy, ROHM pursues a stable supply of high quality, cost-competitive products in high volume through
optimal utilization of its distinctive production technologies that will help to maintain a leading position in the global
electronic components market.
(2) Mid- to Long-term Corporate Strategies
ROHM celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2010. In order to respond to increased market globalization, we embarked on a
campaign, titled ‘Next 50’, that focuses on four growth strategies that we believe will lead to significant growth in the mid- to
long-term.
<1> Four Growth Engine Strategies
[1] IC synergy with LAPIS Semiconductor Co., Ltd.
As IC technological requirements reach higher levels, ROHM continues to enhance its capability to develop system
solutions that can more flexibly respond to a wide range of needs by combining ROHM’s strength in analog linear technology
with LAPIS Semiconductor’s market-leading digital technology, including low power microcontrollers and memories.
[2] Power device products (including SiC)
ROHM is proceeding with developing and strengthening product lineups of SiC devices that can deliver significantly lower
loss and more stable operation under high temperature than conventional silicon semiconductors. In addition, the company has
been enhancing product lineups of SiC modules that combine these features and has begun adopting these modules for use in
next-generation energy equipment, such as electric vehicles and solar power generation devices. Also, regarding existing
silicon devices, we are strengthening our lineups of IGBT (*8), and high efficiency transistors/diodes.
* 8 IGBT (Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor)
A type of power semiconductor device that utilizes the advantages of MOSFET and bipolar transistors. It is used for
controlling electric power.
[3] LED and related products, from LED elements to lighting equipment
ROHM has been expanding its lineup of LED lighting equipment through the AGLED brand and expanding sales to
electric appliance stores and for office use. Also, in the LED related market that continues to grow with next-generation
lighting and indicators, ROHM has been enhancing its product lineups to include power supply modules for LED lighting,
sensor devices, LED driver ICs, and discrete ICs.
[4] Sensor products
With the rapid expansion of applications and product lineups of sensor-related devices such as MEMS accelerated sensors,
illuminance sensors, and image sensors, ROHM has been putting much effort into its lineup of sensor-related devices that
utilize a variety of technologies, including semiconductor production technology, module technology, and IC circuit design
technology. In addition, the company is promoting various combinations of different types of sensors and proposing total
solutions.
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<2> Enhancement Strategies for the Automotive and Industrial Equipment Markets
The automotive market, which is seeing increased computerization, and the industrial equipment market, which continues
to grow at a steady pace, require a stable supply of high quality, high reliability products – all of which ROHM can easily
provide. We will leverage our strengths in developing high quality, high reliability and focus on new markets, from the latest
automotive systems, and new energy applications to FA machines and medical equipment.
<3> Sales Enhancement Strategy for Overseas Customers
Amidst the increased globalization and expansion of markets not only in the US and Europe, but also in China, Taiwan,
South Korea, and emerging markets, ROHM is moving ahead with cultivating overseas customers and strengthening sales
activities. We are working to set up systems that fit the needs of overseas customers, from product configuration to
development, sales, and technical support, with the aim of increasing sales and shares in overseas markets.
<4> Enhancement Strategy for Existing Products
In addition to strengthening new categories of business, ROHM will take steps to expand market share and ensure profits
with existing products that support ROHM’s current sales by identifying customer requirements in advance, including the
need for greater sophistication and/or miniaturization and develop new industry-leading products and technologies that will
gain market share.
(3) Priority Issues
Although the global economy is gradually showing positive signs, as Japan and the US are seeing some improvement in
personal consumption and employment, a full recovery is expected to take time due to financial and monetary problems in
Europe.
The electronics industry will continue to grow in the mid- to long-term thanks to the increased proliferation of digital
appliances and automotive computerization. However, competition with regard to prices and technologies will become more
spirited, making it increasingly necessary to supply products that are competitive all over the world. ROHM will accomplish
this by developing new products and technologies that respond to global markets, and by thoroughly tackling cost reduction.
Under these circumstances, the ROHM Group will exert itself to identify needs in advance and develop eco-friendly
devices that meet energy-saving needs and novel applications never before seen, in a broad range of markets (i.e. automotive
electronics equipment, flat screen TVs, information and telecommunication, and mobile equipment).
In order to keep pace with rapid changes in the global and Asian electronic components markets and increase market share,
ROHM will not only develop and distribute new products but will also continue to implement enhancements intended to
strengthen sales structures for overseas customers by expanding sales bases and increasing the number of FAEs in inland
China and developing new sales activities for companies in India and Brazil.
In the future, based on our experiences and lessons learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake and the flooding in
Thailand, ROHM will further strengthen its management system to ensure business continuity by reviewing and restructuring
measures against natural disasters, geopolitical risks, and other unforeseen events.
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4. Consolidated Financial Statements
(1) Consolidated Balance Sheets
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(March 31, 2012)
Assets
Current assets
Cash and time deposits
Notes and accounts receivable trade
Marketable securities
Commodities and products
Products in progress
Raw materials and inventories
Prepaid pension cost
Deferred tax assets
Refundable income taxes
Others
Allowance for doubtful accounts
Total current assets
Fixed assets
Tangible fixed assets
Buildings and structures
Accumulated depreciation
Buildings and structures (net)
Machinery, equipment and vehicles
Accumulated depreciation
Machinery, equipment and vehicles (net)
Tools and furniture
Accumulated depreciation
Year ended March 31, 2013
(March 31, 2013)
211,199
67,393
15,618
24,366
38,508
30,652
2,250
1,369
2,887
40,474
-265
224,157
65,424
15,996
30,808
44,224
28,511
2,092
987
3,474
7,657
-270
434,457
423,064
208,252
-129,037
207,891
-130,815
79,215
77,075
460,311
-400,069
453,506
-417,769
60,242
35,736
40,600
-34,478
42,323
-35,880
6,121
6,443
79,791
20,015
74,848
19,329
245,386
213,432
5,561
6,049
100
3,624
Total intangible fixed assets
11,610
3,724
Investments and other assets
Investment securities
Deferred tax assets
Others
Allowance for doubtful accounts
39,886
1,735
4,784
-533
38,489
7,352
13,056
-104
45,872
58,793
302,869
275,950
737,326
699,014
Tools and furniture (net)
Land
Construction in progress
Total tangible fixed assets
Intangible fixed assets
Goodwill
Others
Total investments and other assets
Total fixed assets
Total assets
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(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(March 31, 2012)
Liabilities
Current liabilities
Notes and accounts payable trade
Other accounts payable
Accrued income taxes
Deferred tax liabilities
Provision for loss on liquidation of subsidiaries and
affiliates
Allowance for restructuring expenses
Allowance for disaster loss
Others
Total current liabilities
Long-term liabilities
Deferred tax liabilities
Liabilities for retirement benefits
Others
Total long-term liabilities
Total liabilities
Net assets
Shareholders' equity
Capital stock
Capital surplus
Retained earnings
Treasury stock-at cost
Total shareholders' equity
Other comprehensive income
Net unrealized gain on available-for-sale securities
Foreign currency translation adjustments
Total other comprehensive income
Minority interests
Total net assets
Total of liabilities and net assets
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Year ended March 31, 2013
(March 31, 2013)
23,979
29,168
1,551
1,227
17,557
18,507
1,348
1,153
!
1,511
2,056
61
16,291
!
!
15,671
74,337
55,750
18,899
7,700
2,109
20,152
6,185
3,278
28,709
29,617
103,046
85,367
86,969
102,403
589,999
-50,084
86,969
102,403
532,683
-50,087
729,288
671,970
3,780
-99,086
4,766
-63,466
-95,306
-58,700
297
377
634,280
613,647
737,326
699,014
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(2) Consolidated Statement of Income and Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income
(Consolidated statement of income)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
Net sales
Cost of sales
304,652
209,046
292,410
213,275
Gross profit
95,606
79,134
Selling, general and administrative expenses
89,253
80,056
Operating income (-loss)
6,352
-921
Non-operating income
Interest income
Dividends income
Foreign currency exchange gain
Others
1,171
441
!
1,167
1,329
420
9,697
1,317
Total non-operating income
2,781
12,765
Non-operating expenses
Interests paid
Foreign currency exchange loss
Laid-off expenses
Others
13
1,284
322
226
6
!
!
50
Total non-operating expenses
1,847
57
7,286
11,786
275
!
18,320
528
388
2,988
18,596
3,906
8
340
24,180
134
164
274
475
55,046
3
255
812
1,135
!
1,939
!
!
778
!
618
!
101
280
4,068
2,175
!
Ordinary income
Extraordinary gains
Gain on sale of fixed assets
Gain on sale of investment securities
Gain on insurance adjustments
Total extraordinary gains
Extraordinary losses
Loss on sale/disposal of fixed assets
Abandonment loss on fixed assets
Impairment loss
Loss on reduction of fixed assets
Loss on revaluation of investment securities
Loss on revaluation of subsidiaries’ and affiliates’
stocks
Loss on reorganization of subsidiaries and affiliates
Restructuring expenses
Loss on liquidation of subsidiaries and affiliates
Loss on transfer of business
Special severance payments for early retired employees
Loss on revision of retirement benefit plan
Environmental spending
Loss from provision for product warranty
220
!
Total extraordinary losses
Loss before income taxes
Income taxes-current
Income taxes-deferred
Total income taxes
Loss before minority interests
Minority interest
Net loss
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3,670
28,578
68,106
-2,696
-52,414
3,724
9,649
4,404
-4,395
13,374
9
-16,070
-52,424
35
40
-16,106
-52,464
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(Consolidated statement of comprehensive income)
(Unit: millions of yen)"
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Loss before minority interests
Other comprehensive income
Valuation differences of available-for-sale securities
Other valuation differences of foreign exchange
translations
Total other comprehensive income
Comprehensive Income
(breakdown)
Comprehensive Income Attributable to Parent
Company Shareholders
Comprehensive Income Attributable to Minority
Shareholders
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Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
-16,070
-52,424
-2,079
986
-4,434
35,661
-6,514
36,647
-22,585
-15,776
-22,602
-15,857
17
81
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(3) Consolidated Statement of Shareholders' Equity
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year Ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Shareholders' equity
Common share
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Total changes during the fiscal year
Year Ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
86,969
86,969
!
!
86,969
86,969
102,403
102,403
-17,039
!
17,039
!
Total changes during the fiscal year
!
!
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
102,403
102,403
633,388
589,999
-10,242
-16,106
-4,851
-52,464
-17,039
!
Total changes during the fiscal year
-43,388
-57,315
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
589,999
532,683
-67,120
-50,084
-3
17,039
-2
!
Total changes during the fiscal year
17,035
-2
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
-50,084
-50,087
755,641
729,288
-10,242
-16,106
-3
-4,851
-52,464
-2
Total changes during the fiscal year
-26,352
-57,318
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
729,288
671,970
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
Capital surplus
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Retired treasury stocks
Transfer from retained earnings to capital
surplus
Retained earnings
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Dividends from retained earnings
Net loss
Transfer from retained earnings to capital
surplus
Treasury stock
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Acquisition of treasury stock
Retired treasury stocks
Total shareholders' equity
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Dividends from retained earnings
Net loss
Acquisition of treasury stock
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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year Ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Total of accumulated other comprehensive income
Net unrealized gain on available-for-sale securities
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Changes (net) in sections other than
shareholders' equity during the fiscal year
Total changes during the year
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
Foreign currency translation adjustments
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Changes (net) in sections other than
shareholders' equity during the fiscal year
Total changes during the year
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
Total of accumulated other comprehensive income
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Changes (net) in sections other than
shareholders' equity during the fiscal year
Total changes during the year
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
Minority interests
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders'
equity during the fiscal year
Total changes during the year
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
Total net assets
Balance at the beginning of the fiscal year
Changes during the fiscal year
Dividends from retained earnings
Net loss
Acquisition of treasury stock
Changes (net) in sections other than shareholders'
equity during the fiscal year
Total changes during the year
Balance as of the end of the fiscal year
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Year Ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
5,859
3,780
-2,079
986
-2,079
986
3,780
4,766
-94,669
-99,086
-4,416
35,619
-4,416
35,619
-99,086
-63,466
-88,810
-95,306
-6,496
36,606
-6,496
36,606
-95,306
-58,700
1,947
297
-1,649
79
-1,649
79
297
377
668,778
634,280
-10,242
-16,106
-3
-4,851
-52,464
-2
-8,145
36,686
-34,498
-20,632
634,280
613,647
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(4) Consolidated Statement of Cash Flow
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year Ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Operating Activities
Loss before income taxes
Depreciation
Impairment loss
Gain on insurance adjustments
Amortization of goodwill
Increase (-decrease) in net liability for retirement
benefits
Increase (-decrease) in provision for loss on liquidation
of affiliates and subsidiaries
Decrease (-increase) in prepaid pension cost
Increase (-decrease) in allowance for restructuring
expenses
Increase (-decrease) in allowance for disaster loss
Loss (-gain) on transfer of business
Interest and dividends income
Foreign currency exchange loss (-gain)
Revaluation loss (-gain) on securities/investment
securities
Decrease (-increase) in notes and accounts receivable trade
Decrease (-increase) in inventories
Increase (-decrease) in notes and accounts payable trade
Increase (-decrease) in other accounts payable
Decrease(-increase) in long-term prepaid expenses
Others
Year Ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
-2,696
34,924
24,180
-18,320
5,251
-52,414
38,856
55,046
-2,988
2,100
-629
-1,198
!
1,511
12
158
1,911
-2,056
-1,684
!
-1,613
842
-61
280
-1,750
-6,015
977
1,390
5,336
6,211
-13,791
-3,855
2,274
-9,766
998
-1,291
-634
-1,334
-5,598
-644
Subtotal
36,045
17,870
Insurance proceeds received
Interest and dividends -received
Interest expenses
Income taxes -refunded (-paid)
6,593
1,530
-13
-7,297
36,169
1,719
-6
-5,212
Net cash used by operating activities
36,858
50,540
5,039
-19,074
-10,204
-8,540
6,675
4,251
-41,708
361
-4,521
!
-1,430
-50,935
1,444
!
796
-1,081
Net cash used in investing activities
-45,788
-73,138
Financing Activities
Expenses on purchases of treasury stock
Dividends paid
Others
-3
-10,242
-248
-2
-4,851
-266
-10,494
-5,120
Investing Activities
Decrease (-increase) in time deposits
Expenses on purchases of securities and investment
securities
Revenue from sales and paying-off of securities and
investment securities
Expenses on purchases of tangible fixed assets
Revenue from sales of tangible fixed assets
Expenses on purchases of subsidiaries’ shares
Revenue from transfer of business
Others
Net cash used in financing activities
Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash and Cash
Equivalents
Net Increase(-decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents
-2,551
16,018
-21,975
-11,699
Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of the Fiscal Year
230,721
208,745
Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of the Fiscal Year
208,745
197,045
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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(5) Note on Going Concern
No applicable items
(6) Major Items for the Preparations of Consolidated Financial Statements
Items regarding standards for accounting procedures
Standard for accounting important allowance
Provision for loss on liquidation of subsidiaries and affiliates
In order to prepare for the loss which is expected to accrue in accordance with liquidation of its subsidiaries and
affiliated companies, ROHM has earmarked estimated amount of losses.
Regarding matters other than those mentioned above, since there are no significant changes from the descriptions in the
latest securities report (submitted on June 28, 2012), information other than that listed above has been omitted from this
disclosure.
(7) Change in Indication Method
(Consolidated cash flow statement)
In the year ended March 31, 2012, “Decrease(-increase) in long-term prepaid expenses”, which was included in “Others”
under “Operating Activities,” became more significant in terms of monetary value, therefore ROHM decided to record the
amount independently from the current year. In order to reflect the change in posting method, the company has changed the
order in the consolidated financial statement.
As a result, -1,926 million yen, which was listed in “Others” under “Operating Activities” in the consolidated cash flow
statement of the year ended March 31, 2012, was changed to -1,291 million yen and posted as “Decrease(-increase) in longterm prepaid expenses,” and -634 million yen and posted as “Others.”
(8) Notes on Consolidated Financial Statements
(Notes on Consolidated Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity)
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
1. Classifications and total number of shares outstanding and classifications and numbers of treasury stocks
(Unit: thousand shares)
At the beginning of
Increase during
Decrease during
Number of shares on
the year ended
the year ended
the year ended
March 31, 2012
March 31, 2012
March 31, 2012
March 31, 2012
Shares outstanding
Common shares (Note 1)
115,300
!
1,900
113,400
Total
115,300
!
1,900
113,400
Common shares (Note 1,2)
7,484
0
1,900
5,585
Total
7,484
0
1,900
5,585
Treasury stocks
(Note) 1. Regarding the number of issued stocks, the decrease of 1,900 thousand units in treasury stocks was due to
cancellation.
2. Concerning common shares, the increase of 0 thousand units of treasury stocks came from the purchase of
odd stock.
2. Notes on dividends
(1) Dividend paid
(Resolution)
Annual meeting of
shareholders
June 29, 2011
Board of Directors’
meeting
November 9, 2011
Classification of
shares
Total dividend
amount
Dividend per
share
Base date
Date of Effect
Common shares 7,008 million yen
65.00 yen
March 31, 2011
June 30, 2011
Common shares 3,234 million yen
30.00 yen
September 30, 2011
December 2, 2011
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(2) Of the dividends whose base date belongs to the year ended March 31, 2012, those whose dates of effect are after the
end of the year
Assets
Classification Total dividend
Dividend per
available for
Base date
Date of Effect
(Resolution)
of shares
amount
share
dividends
Annual meeting of
Common
3,234
Retained
shareholders
30.00 yen
March 31, 2012
June 29, 2012
shares
million yen
earnings
June 28, 2012
Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
1. Classifications and total number of shares outstanding and classifications and numbers of treasury stocks
(Unit: thousand shares)
At the beginning of Increase during the Decrease during the
Number of shares on
the year ended
year ended
year ended
March 31, 2013
March 31, 2013
March 31, 2013
March 31, 2013
Shares outstanding
Common shares
113,400
!
!
113,400
Total
113,400
!
!
113,400
5,585
0
!
5,586
5,585
0
!
5,586
Treasury stocks
Common shares (Note)
Total
(Note) Concerning common shares, the increase of 0 thousand units of treasury stocks came from the purchase of odd stock.
2. Notes on dividends
(1) Dividend paid
(Resolution)
Annual meeting of
shareholders
June 28, 2012
Board of Directors’
meeting
November 8, 2012
Classification of
shares
Total dividend
amount
Dividend per
share
Base date
Date of Effect
Common shares 3,234 million yen
30.00 yen
March 31, 2012
June 29, 2012
Common shares 1,617 million yen
15.00 yen
September 30, 2012
December 7, 2012
(2) Of the dividends whose base date belongs to the year ended March 31, 2013, those whose dates of effect are after the
end of the year
Assets
Dividend per
(Resolution, scheduled Classification Total dividend
Base date
Date of Effect
available for
share
meeting)
of shares
amount
dividends
Annual meeting of
Common
1,617
Retained
15.00 yen
March 31, 2013
June 28, 2013
shareholders
shares
million yen
earnings
June 27, 2013
(Segment Information)
1. Segment information
(1) Overview of reportable segments
The reportable segments of the ROHM Group are units of the group for which separated financial information is
available, and which is the subject of the periodical review by the board of directors for the purpose of deciding the
distribution of management resources and evaluating business performance.
The ROHM Group is a comprehensive manufacturer of electronic components, and sets up operational divisions by
individual product categories at its headquarters. Each operational division draws up comprehensive production plans and
business strategies for both domestic and overseas operations, and develops global production activities. Therefore, from
a management standpoint, the group attaches great importance to the supervision of profits and losses by operational
segments organized as operational divisions of individual product categories. For this reason, the group is consolidating
operational segments in consideration of characteristics of the products each operational division is manufacturing and
similarities of production process, and setting up two reportable segments as “ICs” and “Discrete semiconductor devices”.
In the “ICs” segment, products such as analog ICs, logic ICs, memory ICs and ASICs are manufactured and foundry
business operations are conducted.
Products manufactured in the “Discrete semiconductor devices” segment include diodes, transistors, light-emitting
diodes, and laser diodes.
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(2) Calculating method of amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, and other items of individual segment information
Accounting processing for each reported operating segment is basically identical to accounting standards used for
compiling consolidated financial statements.
Profits of reported segments are operating income. “Internal sales between individual segments or amount transferred”
are calculated based on market price.
Although assets of common categories such as sales and administrative expenses, are included in “Adjustments,”
depreciation costs derived from these assets are allocated to individual segments according to in-house standards to
calculate individual segment profits.
(3) Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, and other items of individual segment information
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Reportable segments
ICs
Discrete
semiconductor
devices
Subtotal
Others
(Note 1)
Total
Adjusted
amount
(Note 2)
Amount on
consolidated
income
statement
(Note 3)
Sales
Sales to customers
149,134
103,861
252,995
51,656
304,652
-
304,652
Inter-segment sales
or transfer
1,795
1,009
2,805
0
2,805
-2,805
-
150,930
104,870
255,801
51,657
307,458
-2,805
304,652
-6,665
11,616
4,951
-482
4,469
1,883
6,352
128,798
83,362
212,161
35,446
247,608
489,718
737,326
18,446
13,277
31,723
5,115
36,839
-1,914
34,924
4,953
174
5,127
123
5,251
-
5,251
Total
Segment profit (-loss)
Segment asset
Other items
Depreciation expense
Depreciation of goodwill
Increase in tangible
30,132
13,484
43,616
7,603
51,220
2,793
54,014
fixed asset and intangible
fixed asset
(Note) 1. “Others” is an operational segment that is not included in reportable segments, consisting of business in
resistors, printheads, optical modules, tantalum capacitors, power modules, and lightings.
2. Adjustments are as follows.
[1]The adjusted amount of the segment profit (loss), 1,883 million yen, mainly includes general administrative
expenses of -623 million yen that do not attribute to the segment, and the settlement adjusted amount of 2,506
million yen, which is not allocated to the segment (such as adjustment for retirement benefits).
[2]The adjusted amount of 489,718 million yen in segment assets contains corporate assets of 494,432 million yen
that have not been allocated to individual segment information and a downward adjustment of fixed assets of
-4,714 million yen. Corporate assets do not belong to reported segments, consisting of cash and time deposits
of 211,199 million yen, land of 79,791 million yen, and notes receivable and accounts receivable of 67,393
million yen.
[3]Adjustments to increases in tangible fixed assets and intangible fixed assets apply to fixed assets of common
categories such as sales and administrative expenses.
3. Segment profits or losses are adjusted with operating income or losses on consolidated financial statement.
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Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Reportable segments
ICs
Discrete
semiconductor
devices
Subtotal
Others
(Note 1)
Total
Adjusted
amount
(Note 2)
Amount on
consolidated
income
statement
(Note 3)
Sales
Sales to customers
140,761
99,373
240,134
52,275
292,410
-
292,410
Inter-segment sales
or transfer
2,100
1,931
4,032
1
4,033
-4,033
-
142,862
101,304
244,166
52,277
296,443
-4,033
292,410
Segment profit (-loss)
-7,824
7,929
104
-2,433
-2,328
1,407
-921
Segment asset
91,348
92,236
183,584
37,365
220,950
478,064
699,014
20,749
14,675
35,424
4,855
40,280
-1,423
38,856
2,100
-
2,100
-
2,100
-
2,100
Total
Other items
Depreciation expense
Depreciation of goodwill
Increase in tangible
15,051
14,949
30,001
6,692
36,693
6,124
42,817
fixed asset and intangible
fixed asset
(Note) 1. “Others” is an operational segment that is not included in reportable segments, consisting of business in
resistors, printheads, optical modules, tantalum capacitors, power modules, and lightings.
2. Adjustments are as follows.
[1]The adjusted amount of the segment profit (loss), 1,407 million yen, mainly includes general administrative
expenses of -259 million yen that do not attribute to the segment, and the settlement adjusted amount of 1,667
million yen, which is not allocated to the segment (such as adjustment for retirement benefits).
[2]The adjusted amount of 478,064 million yen in segment assets contains corporate assets of 479,470 million yen
that have not been allocated to individual segment information and a downward adjustment of fixed assets of
-1,405 million yen. Corporate assets do not belong to reported segments, consisting of cash and time deposits
of 224,157 million yen, land of 74,848 million yen, and notes receivable and accounts receivable of 65,424
million yen.
[3]Adjustments to increases in tangible fixed assets and intangible fixed assets apply to fixed assets of common
categories such as sales and administrative expenses.
3. Segment profits or losses are adjusted with operating income or losses on consolidated financial statement.
2. Relevant information
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
(1) Information on individual products and services
As the classification of products and services is identical to segment classification, it has been omitted.
(2) Information on individual regions
[1] Sales
Japan
China
117,618
82,457
(Unit: millions of yen)
Others
Total
104,576
304,652
(Note) Sales are based on the location of customers, and categorized by country.
[2] Tangible fixed assets
Japan
159,333
China
30,814
Thailand
(Unit: millions of yen)
Others
Total
19,100
36,138
245,386
(3) Information on individual significant customers
Since there are no customers who account for more than 10 percent of sales to external customers in the
consolidated income statement, this section has been omitted.
Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
(1) Information on individual products and services
As the classification of products and services is identical to segment classification, it has been omitted.
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(2) Information on individual regions
[1] Sales
Japan
China
103,140
Others
94,206
(Unit: millions of yen)
Total
95,063
292,410
(Note) Sales are based on the location of customers, and categorized by country.
[2] Tangible fixed assets
(Unit: millions of yen)
Japan
123,219
China
Thailand
26,306
Others
27,645
Total
36,261
213,432
(Revision of indication method)
In the year ended March 31, 2012, “Thailand,” which was included in “Others,” is independently listed from this
fiscal year as the tangible fixed assets of “Thailand” exceeded 10 percent of the amount of tangible fixed assets of
the consolidated balance sheet. In order to reflect this revision, we have changed the indication method of the
previous fiscal year.
As a consequence, 55,238 million yen, which appeared under “Others” in the previous fiscal year, was changed to
19,100 million yen and posted as “Thailand”, and 36,138 million yen and posted as “Others.”
(3) Information on individual significant customers
Since there are no customers who account for more than 10 percent of sales to external customers in the
consolidated income statement, this section has been omitted.
3. Information regarding impairment loss of fixed assets of reported individual segments
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Segment information
Others
Corporate/
Semiconductor
(Note)
Cancellation
Total
ICs
device
Impairment loss
14,608
921
15,530
2,429
6,220
(Note) The amount in “Others” is mainly the amount incurred by the tantalum capacitor sector.
Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
4. Information regarding depreciation amount of goodwill and undepreciated balance
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
ICs
Total
24,180
(Unit: millions of yen)
Segment information
Others
Corporate/
Semiconductor
(Note)
Cancellation
Total
ICs
device
Impairment loss
37,174
5,008
42,183
7,879
4,984
(Note) The amount in “Others” is mainly the amount accrued to resistor sector, print-head sector, and
optical module sector.
Segment information
Semiconductor
device
Total
Others
(Note)
Total
55,046
(Unit: millions of yen)
Corporate/
Cancellation
Total
Undepreciated
amount of the
!
!
!
5,561
5,561
5,561
fiscal year ended
March 31, 2012
(Note) “Depreciation of goodwill” has been omitted, as similar information is disclosed in “1. Segment information (3)
Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, and other items of individual segment information.
Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
ICs
Segment information
Semiconductor
device
Total
(Unit: millions of yen)
Others
(Note)
Corporate/
Cancellation
Total
Undepreciated
amount of the
!
!
!
100
100
100
fiscal year ended
March 31, 2013
(Note) “Depreciation of goodwill” has been omitted, as similar information is disclosed in “1. Segment information (3)
Information regarding amount of sales, profit or loss, asset, and other items of individual segment information.”
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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
5. Information regarding profits of negative goodwill of reported individual segments
Year ended March 31, 2012 (From April 1, 2011 to March 31, 2012)
There is no relevant information.
Year ended March 31, 2013 (From April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013)
There is no relevant information.
(Per Share Data)
Net asset per share
Net loss per share
Year ended March 31, 2012
5,880.27 yen
Year ended March 31, 2013
5,688.21 yen
-149.41 yen
-486.63 yen
(Note) 1. Net loss per share after adjustment of residual securities is a net loss per share, and as residual securities do not
exist, it has been omitted.
2. The basis for the calculation of the net asset per share is as follows.
Year ended March 31, 2012
Total net asset
Amount deducted from the total of net asset
(Minority interests included in the above
amount)
Year-end net asset from common shares
634,280million yen
613,647 million yen
299
379
(297)
(377)
633,980
613,268
Year-end number of common shares used
107,814 thousand shares
to calculate net asset per share
3. The basis for the calculation of the net loss per share is as follows.
Year ended March 31, 2012
Net loss
Amount not attributable to common
shareholders
Net loss related to common shares
Average number of common shares during
the year
Year ended March 31, 2013
-16,106 million yen
107,813thousand shares
Year ended March 31, 2013
-52,464 million yen
1
1
-16,108
-52,466
107,815 thousand shares
(Significant Subsequent Events)
There is no relevant information.
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107,814 thousand shares
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
5. Others
(1) Production, Orders and Sales
[1] Production
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
ICs
147,359
146,739
Semiconductor device
106,910
100,387
Total of reported segment
254,269
247,126
Other
51,659
53,845
Total
305,929
300,972
(Note)
The amounts above are calculated based on the average sale prices for each fiscal year and consumption tax and
the like are excluded.
[2] Orders
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Order received
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
Order backlog
Order received
Order backlog
ICs
146,001
23,602
136,928
19,769
Semiconductor device
99,872
14,250
99,637
14,514
Total of reported segment
245,873
37,853
236,565
34,284
Other
50,353
7,412
52,832
7,968
Total
296,227
45,265
289,397
42,252
(Note) The above amounts do not contain consumption tax and the like.
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ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
[3] Sales
Sales by product segment (domestic)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
Sales
Sales
Domestic Ratio
Domestic Ratio
ICs
62,919
42.2%
51,578
36.6%
Semiconductor device
37,394
36.0
33,558
33.8
Total of reported segment
100,314
39.7
85,137
35.5
Other
17,304
33.5
18,001
34.4
Total
117,618
38.6
103,139
35.3
Sales by product segment (overseas)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
Sales
Sales
Oversea Ratio
Oversea Ratio
ICs
86,214
57.8%
89,182
63.4%
Semiconductor device
66,466
64.0
65,814
66.2
Total of reported segment
152,681
60.3
154,996
64.5
Other
34,352
66.5
34,274
65.6
Total
187,033
61.4
189,271
64.7
Sales by product segment (total)
(Unit: millions of yen)
Year ended March 31, 2012
(From April 1, 2011
To March 31, 2012)
Year ended March 31, 2013
(From April 1, 2012
To March 31, 2013)
Percent
Distribution
Sales
Percent
Distribution
Sales
ICs
149,134
48.9%
140,761
Semiconductor device
103,861
34.1
99,373
34.0
Total of reported segment
252,995
83.0
240,134
82.1
Other
51,656
17.0
52,275
17.9
Total
304,652
100.0
292,410
100.0
(Note) The above amounts are for external customers and do not contain consumption tax and the like.
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48.1%
ROHM CO., LTD. (6963) Financial Report for the Year Ended March 31, 2013
(2) Transfer of Directors
[1] Candidates for new board of directors
Isao Matsumoto, Director
Katsumi Azuma, Director
[2] Director to be resigned from board
Takahisa Yamaha, Managing Director
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