In financial accounting, a balance sheet is a summary of the financial balances of an individual or organization, whether it be a sole proprietorship, a business partnership, a corporation, private limited company or other organization such as government or not-for-profit entity.

Property For Industry Limited Balance Sheet Statement - Assets

As of 31 Dec 2021, The total current assets of Property For Industry Limited (NZX:PFI) was around $16,945,000 which consisted of $1,103,000 of Cash, no Inventory and $1,834,000 of Net receivables. Current assets represent all the assets of a company that are expected to be conveniently sold, consumed, used, or exhausted through standard business operations within one year.

All amounts in NZD

Cash
$1.1M
Current assets
$16.95M
Total assets
$2.22B

The latest balance sheet of Property For Industry Limited also showed $2,159,352,000 of Property Plant Equipment and $29,086,000 of Good will. Also there were no Intangible assets and no Other assets. The total assets including current and Intangibles/Deferred Long Term Asset Charges were $2,217,006,000.

Property For Industry Limited Balance Sheet Statement - Liabilities

PFI's latest annual results shows the balance sheet has $1,570,000 of Accounts Payable. Also there were $710,000 of Short/Long term debt, $603,261,000 of Long term debt, $3,557,000 of Other Current liabilities and $16,611,000 of Total Current Liabilities. Current liabilities are a company's short-term financial obligations that are due within one year or within a normal operating cycle.

Account payable
$1.57M
Current liabilities
$16.61M
Total liabilities
$654.34M

As per the 31 Dec 2021's annual report of Property For Industry Limited, the total liabilities were $654,344,000.

PFI Balance Sheet Statement - Stock Holder Equity

Stockholders' equity, also referred to as shareholders' equity, is the remaining amount of assets available to shareholders after all liabilities have been paid. It is calculated either as a firm's total assets less its total liabilities or alternatively as the sum of share capital and retained earnings less treasury shares. Stockholders' equity might include common stock, paid-in capital, retained earnings and treasury stock.

The latest Balance sheet of Property For Industry Limited showed the total stock holder equity was $1,562,662,000 which consisted of $580,995,000 of Common stocks, $980,916,000 of Retained earnings and $751,000 of Other stock holder equity.

PFI Balance Sheet Statement History

Following table shows the history of balance sheet for Property For Industry Limited (PFI).

31 Dec 202131 Dec 202031 Dec 201931 Dec 2018
Cash1.1M1.41M1.19M1.65M
Net Receivables1.83M1.86M1.41M903k
Inventory----
Total Current Assets16.95M113.51M10.5M6.2M
Property Plant Equipment2.16B1.53B1.47B1.32B
Good Will29.09M29.09M29.09M29.09M
Intangible Assets----
Other Assets----
Deferred Long Term Asset Charges----
Total Assets2.22B1.69B1.52B1.36B
Accounts Payable1.57M1.01M1.71M1.61M
Short/Long Term Debt710k340k840k94k
Other Current Liabilities3.56M3.25M12.87M8.8M
Long Term Debt603.26M512.69M431.93M412.2M
Other Liabilities34.42M25.16M13.19M12.2M
Total Current Liabilities16.61M12.74M23.3M19.36M
Total Liabilities654.34M550.75M468.66M443.76M
Common Stock581M569.17M562.43M562.43M
Retained Earnings980.92M566.83M491.34M352.71M
Treasury Stock751k615k270k-
Other Stockholder Equity751k615k270k-
Total Stockholder Equity1.56B1.14B1.05B915.13M
Net Tangible Assets1.53B1.11B1.02B886.05M

Property For Industry Limited (NZX:PFI) Balance Sheet Statement FAQ

1. How much Cash Property For Industry Limited has on their balance sheet?

As of 31 Dec 2021, Property For Industry Limited (NZX:PFI) has $1,103,000 of Cash.

2. What's the long term debt of Property For Industry Limited?

As per the latest Balance sheet of Property For Industry Limited (NZX:PFI), it has $603,261,000 of Long term debt.

3. How much share holder equity does Property For Industry Limited has?

The Property For Industry Limited (NZX:PFI)'s balance sheet shows that it has $1,562,662,000 of Total stock holder equity.