Consolidated Statements of Comprehensive Income

Note 2015 2014
    MCHF MCHF
Net income according to the income statement   422.4 498.6
       
Cumulative translation adjustments1   -203.7 -4.8
Taxes   0.3 0.0
Cumulative translation adjustments, net of tax   -203.4 -4.8
       
Cashflow hedge accounting 15 71.5 -71.5
Taxes   -10.2 10.2
Cashflow hedge accounting, net of tax   61.3 -61.3
Total other comprehensive income to be reclassified to the income statement in subsequent periods, net of tax   -142.1 -66.1
       
Remeasurements of pension plans 16 -14.8 -82.3
Taxes   2.7 17.2
Remeasurements of pension plans, net of tax   -12.1 -65.1
Total other comprehensive income not to be reclassified to the income statement in subsequent periods, net of tax   -12.1 -65.1
       
Total other comprehensive income, net of tax   -154.2 -131.2
Total comprehensive income   268.2 367.4
- Attributable to shareholders of Geberit AG   268.2 367.4

The accompanying  Notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements.

Consolidated Statements of Changes in Equity

  Attributable to shareholders of Geberit AG  
  Ordinary shares Reserves Treasury shares Pension plans Hedge accounting Cum. translation adjustments Total equity
  MCHF MCHF MCHF MCHF MCHF MCHF MCHF
Balance at 31.12.2013 3.8 2,013.0 -40.5 -86.3 0.0 -225.9 1,664.1
Net income   498.6         498.6
Other comprehensive income       -65.1 -61.3 -4.8 -131.2
Distribution   -282.0         -282.0
Share buyback program     -37.4       -37.4
Purchase (-) /Sale of treasury shares   8.8 -0.4       8.4
Management option plans   -3.4         -3.4
Balance at 31.12.2014 3.8 2,235.0 -78.3 -151.4 -61.3 -230.7 1,717.1
Net income   422.4         422.4
Other comprehensive income       -12.1 61.3 -203.4 -154.2
Distribution   -310.7         -310.7
Share buyback program     -167.6       -167.6
Purchase (-) /Sale of treasury shares   7.6 -30.6       -23.0
Management option plans   -1.8         -1.8
Balance at 31.12.2015 3.8 2,352.5 -276.5 -163.5 0.0 -434.1 1,482.2

1 The Swiss National Bank abandoned the minimum exchange rate of CHF 1.20 per euro on January 15, 2015. This decision triggered currency fluctuations and led to an appreciation of the Swiss franc against all other key currencies. As Geberit is exposed to currency risks on both the assets and liabilities side, this contributed significantly to the negative translation effect of MCHF 203.7.

The accompanying  Notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements.