- After talking with accountant Ernst & Young, SolarCity (SCTY -2.3%) has decided to restate its results from Q1 2012 to Q3 2013 due to "an error in the allocation of overhead expenses." (8-K)
- The company plans to "recognize a downward adjustment of assets related to solar energy systems leased and to be leased and an upward adjustment to the costs of solar energy system sales" for the aforementioned timeframe.
- In addition, SolarCity, which had previously planned to release its full Q4 results today - a business update was provided a week ago - now says it's delaying the filing of its 2013 10-K.
- Deutsche (Buy) thinks "evidence of ineffective internal controls" and the delayed release of Q4 results will worry investors over the near-term. But it also points out there will be "no change in total overhead" in the restatement, only "a shift in how it is allocated."
- The firm adds SolarCity still expects its next offering of solar asset-backed securities to arrive in late Q1 or early Q2.
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