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Ascendas Reit Q1 DPU edges up to 4.005 cents

31 Jul 2019 09:00

By Yunita Ong

DISTRIBUTION per unit (DPU) for Ascendas Reit in its first quarter rose marginally to 4.005 Singapore cents from 4.002 Singapore cents year-on-year on an enlarged unit base.

This came as Q1 total amount available for distribution grew 6.3 per cent to S$124.7 million on higher gross revenue and lower property operating expenses.

Gross revenue in its first quarter ended June 30 rose 6.1 per cent to S$229.7 million from the previous year, lifted mostly by new acquisitions in the United Kingdom and Australia during the previous financial year.

Net property income (NPI) grew 11.5 per cent to S$177.5 million from the year-ago period, as land rent of S$8.2 million was excluded from property operating expenses following the adoption of new financial reporting standards. Excluding the effects from that switch in standards, NPI would have risen by 6.3 per cent year-on-year.


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