(8) Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation Account

Balance Sheets

(Unit: million yen)
Assets Liabilities and Net Assets
Item March 31,
2012
(Reference)
March 31,
2011
Item March 31,
2012
(Reference)
March 31,
2011
(Current Assets) 19 23 (Current Liabilities)    
Cash and Deposits
19 23
Accounts Payable
0 0
Accounts Receivable
0      
      (Fixed Liabilities) 9,660 9,660
(Fixed Assets)    
Contribution from Financial Institutions
9,659 9,659
ETIC Shares
19,629 19,629
Reserves for Retirement Allowance
0 0
           
      (Liabilities Total) 9,660 9,660
           
      (Capital)    
     
Government Capital
10,000 10,000
           
      (Deficit) (10) (6)
     
Deficit brought forward
(6) (2)
     
Unappropriated Current Deficit
(4) (4)
           
      (Net Assets Total) 9,989 9,993
Total 19,649 19,653 Total 19,649 19,653

Note: Figures are rounded off.

 

Profit and Loss Statement

(Unit: million yen)
Expenses Revenues
Item FY2011 (Reference)
FY2010
Item FY2011 (Reference)
FY2010
(Current Expenses)     (Current Revenue)    
General Administrative Expenses
4 4
Non-Operating Income
0 0
           
      (Current Deficit) 4 4
Total 4 4 Total 4 4
Notes: 1. Current deficit of ¥4 million is carried forward to the next fiscal year, pursuant to the provision of Article 3, paragraph 2 of the Order on Special Provisions, etc. for DICJ's Operations, prescribed in Chapter 8 of the Act on Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corporation of Japan.
2. Figures are rounded off.
 

The notes below refer to the items mentioned for the FY2011 settlement of accounts.

Important accounting principles and other relevant matters

1. Evaluation Method for Securities
Cost method based on the periodic average method.
2. Appropriation Criteria for Reserves
Reserves for Retirement Allowance
The required remuneration at the end of the fiscal year is used as the criterion for appropriating for payment of allowances for employees.
3. Other Important Matters relating to Preparation of Financial Statements
(1)  Accounting method for consumption tax: tax inclusive method
(2)  Accounting criteria for revenue and expenses: accrual method

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