TOP Glory International Holdings, in its annual results statement yesterday, told shareholders that the Government's investigation into the Tomson Group of companies would not affect group affairs. Yesterday the company, led by chairman Zhou Biquan, reported profit attributable to shareholders of $363.76 million in the year ending March 31, compared to a loss in the previous period of $486.58 million. At the operating level the group recorded a loss of $30.5 million, compared to a profit in the previous period of $83.8 million. Earnings per share were 19.9 cents and 18.4 cents fully diluted, compared to the previous period's 26.6 cents. There was an exceptional gain of $412.6 million. A dividend of eight cents was announced payable to members on the register on September 30. No dividend was paid in the previous year. In December last year, police and officers from the Commercial Crime Bureau entered premises of Tomson and the company and took possession of documents relating to events between 1990 and 1992. A report by a government inspector investigating Tomson was published in July and the board of Top Glory was looking at it, said the company. Deputy managing director Wong Chun-hong said the company was acquired by Rovtec, a subsidiary of China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Import and Export Corp in November 1993. ''Accordingly the directors are not familiar with the events that occurred between 1990 and 1992,'' he said. ''However, on the information presently available, and on legal advice, the directors believe that the contents of the inspector's report will not have any material impact on the present operation, business and affairs of the company.'' In store is the realisation of unsold office space at World Trade Centre amounting to $588 million, under a valuation made in April. There is also the profit from the sale of Anglang worth $186 million and a return on the $312 million acquisition of an edible oils joint venture in Shenzhen. Top Glory Tower in Causeway Bay with a floor area of 169,000 square feet is expected to generate $68 million in rental income a year. Group company China Foods contributed $8 million. The big ticket item in this year's accounts was the disposal of a subsidiary which brought in $302.47 million, in a restructuring deal with China Foods and Seapower. In the previous year the company was hit with a provision of $212.63 million and foreign exchange losses of $382.66 million. Mr Wong said: ''Taking into consideration the aforesaid events and projects that have been undertaken by the group, the results for the coming year should be promising.''