Adjusted Funds From Operations

Adjusted Funds From Operations

In real estate investment trusts (REITs), a measure of revenue from operations involving liquid transfers, like cash, rather than illiquid assets. In general, the FFO is determined by taking the REIT's earnings and adding back their depreciation and amortization of mortgages, then subtracting regular expenditures used to maintain the REIT's assets. It is widely considered a better measure of an REIT's earnings than its funds from operations.
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Following the divestitures, Equinix expects the merger with Telecity to be adjusted funds from operations (AFFO) per share accretive to Equinix twelve months from closing.
That said, Poh Kong's debt-protection metrics remained intact for FY Jul 2014, with its adjusted funds from operations debt coverage (FFODC) ratio standing at 0.
Adjusted Funds from Operations ("AFFO") in the second quarter increased by 6.
The ratio of adjusted funds from operations to adjusted net debt[1] rose to 18.
56 and Increased 2012 Adjusted Funds from Operations Guidance of $3.
Its adjusted funds from operations debt cover and adjusted operating cashflow debt cover (OCFDC) came in at 0.
17 per basic share and Adjusted Funds from Operations of $0.
Further, we expect the impact from the contemplated transaction and related expected debt financing to be accretive to our 2013 adjusted funds from operations per share and approximately 5% accretive to our long-term adjusted funds from operations per share.
Reconciliation of Net Income to Adjusted Funds from Operations
49 times and a correspondingly weak annualised adjusted funds from operations debt coverage (FFODC) ratio of 0.
On an annualized basis, this is a 67% increase compared to the dividends paid during 2011 and represents approximately 60% of projected 2012 Adjusted Funds from Operations.
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