20. Other intangible assets

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€ million

Intangible assets without goodwill

(thereof internally generated intangible assets)

Acquisition or production costs

 

 

As of 1/10/2013

1,796

(1,012)

Currency translation

−5

(−1)

Additions to consolidation group

0

(0)

Additions

130

(75)

Disposals

−70

(−21)

Reclassifications under IFRS 5

−5

(−1)

Transfers

−7

(−6)

As of 30/9 / 1/10/2014

1,840

(1,056)

Currency translation

−9

(−2)

Additions to consolidation group

116

(1)

Additions

133

(71)

Disposals

−14

(−2)

Reclassifications under IFRS 5

−210

(−184)

Transfers

9

(−2)

As of 30/9/2015

1,864

(940)

Depreciation/amortisation/impairment losses

 

 

As of 1/10/2013

1,403

(817)

Currency translation

−4

(−1)

Additions, scheduled

126

(76)

Additions, non-scheduled

4

(1)

Disposals

−66

(−20)

Reclassifications under IFRS 5

−4

(−1)

Reversals of impairment losses

0

(0)

Transfers

0

(−4)

As of 30/9 / 1/10/2014

1,460

(868)

Currency translation

−7

(−1)

Additions, scheduled

116

(73)

Additions, non-scheduled

3

(2)

Disposals

−12

(0)

Reclassifications under IFRS 5

−169

(−149)

Reversals of impairment losses

0

(0)

Transfers

8

(0)

As of 30/9/2015

1,399

(793)

Carrying amount at 1/10/2013

393

(194)

Carrying amount at 30/9/2014

380

(188)

Carrying amount at 30/9/2015

464

(147)

The other intangible assets have both finite and indefinite useful lives. Intangible assets with a finite useful life are subject to depreciation/amortisation. Intangible assets with an indefinite useful life relate to the Classic Fine Foods brand acquired in the context of the acquisition of the Classic Fine Foods group (€48 million).

The other additions to the consolidation group comprise the customer base also acquired as part of the acquisition of the Classic Fine Foods group, at €62 million. Additions of €6 million were effected in the context of the first-time consolidation of the iBOOD group.

Additions in the amount of €133 million concern internally generated software at €71 million, concessions, rights and licences at €35 million, and purchased software at €27 million.

Reclassifications to assets held for sale concern the divested department store business including the associated real estate assets at €41 million.

The additions to depreciation/amortisation/impairment losses on other intangible assets are shown in the cost of sales at an amount of €3 million (2013/14: €4 million), in selling expenses at €36 million (2013/14: €56 million), in general administrative expenses at €65 million (2013/14: €71 million) and at €15 million in profit or loss for the period from discontinued operations after taxes.

Impairment losses concern internally generated software at €2 million (2013/14: €1 million), lease and usage rights at €0 million (2013/14: €2 million) and acquired concessions, rights and licences at €3 million (2013/14: €1 million).

Research and development expenses recognised in expenses essentially concern internally generated software and amounted to €39 million in the current financial year (2013/14: €39 million).

As in the previous year, there are no material limits to the title or right to dispose of intangible assets. Purchasing obligations amounting to €1 million (30/9/2014: €1 million, including €0 million related to discontinued operations) were entered into.