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21st Austria weekly - Uniqa, UBM, Frequentis, Eyemaxx (28/08/2019)

01.09.2019

Uniqa Insurance Group: Total premiums written (including the savings portion of unit- and index-linked life insurance)  by the Uniqa Group, leading insurance group in its core markets of Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) went up slightly by 0.6 per cent to Euro 2,814.9 mn in the 1st half of 2019. Consolidated net profit (net profit for the period attributable to the shareholders of Uniqa Insurance Group AG) decreased by 5.9 per cent to Euro 105.6 mn. The average number of employees at the Uniqa Group decreased to 12,731 in the first six months of 2019 (January to June 2018: 12,876). For the 2019 financial year as a whole, Uniqa is expecting growth in property and casualty premiums of approximately 2 per cent and a rise in health insurance premiums of around 3 per cent. In view of the persistently low interest rates and the subdued demand for long-term pension products, the company is expecting a continuation of declining life insurance premiums. In 2019 as a whole, Uniqa is expecting moderate growth in total premium volume of around 1 per cent. Uniqa is anticipating a decline in investment income in 2019 due to the non-recurring effect from the sale of Casinos Austria Aktiengesellschaft in 2018. In property and casualty insurance, Uniqa is continuing to strive for increased profitability in its actuarial core business in 2019 and on this basis a further increase in the combined ratio compared with 2018. Overall, Uniqais anticipating an improvement in earnings before taxes for the 2019 financial year compared with the figure for 2018, which was adjusted for the non-recurring effect from the Casinos Austria sale. Uniqa is still intending to increase the annual distribution per share again in the coming year as part of a progressive dividend policy.
Uniqa: weekly performance: -2.37%

UBM: UBM Development has raised its previous guidance for EBT in 2019 by 18% to Euro 65 mn. Net profit (after taxes) is expected in the range of Euro 47-50 mn. This increase is based not only on the sound development of earnings in the first half of 2019 (earnings per share +18.6%, EBT +4.3%), but also on the successful sales activities and their impact on earnings for the second half-year. The two trade sales planned for 2019 as well as the most important forward sale, the QBC 1&2 office project in Vienna, have been signed. UBM is not only optimistic for the 2019 financial year, but also anticipates a sustainable rise in earnings for the future. “This year‘s increase in profit is not a one-off, it represents an increase in our earnings level for the future“, comments Thomas G. Winkler, CEO of UBM Development AG. “Our pipeline has reached a new record level – and our long-term mega-projects are not even included yet“, Thomas G. Winkler underscores this outlook. EBT rose from Euro 28.1 mn to Euro 29.3 mn and earnings per share by 18.6% from Euro 2.53 to Euro 3.01.
UBM: weekly performance: 5.64%

Frequentis: Stock listed Frequentis AG, international supplier of communication and information systems for control centres with safety-critical tasks, performed well in the first half of 2019. Revenues increased by 7.0% to Euro 132.4 mn in the first half of 2019, with both segments contributing to this growth. EBIT improved by Euro 1.6 mn to minus Euro 3.9 mn. The loss after taxes was Euro 2.4 mn in the reporting period, compared with a loss of Euro 3.8 mn in the first half of 2018. “The significant rise in revenues and the success of projects show that we are consistently driving forward growth. In both segments and all five business domains in which we operate, we secured important orders in the first half of the year, highlighting our leading technological position and the trust placed in us by our global customer base. We want our new shareholders to participate in this success. Although we have only been listed on the stock market since mid-May, at our Extraordinary General Meeting in September, we will therefore be proposing a dividend of EUR 0.10 per share for 2018 - as announced in the offering prospectus. Our dividend policy is unchanged,” says Frequentis’ CEO Norbert Haslacher.
Frequentis: weekly performance: 2.42%

Eyemaxx: Real estate development company Eyemaxx Real Estate AG intends to issue a corporate bond with a volume of up to Euro 50 mn with a five-year term, an interest rate of 5.5 percent p.a. and a denomination of Euro 1,000. The public offering in Germany, Austria and Luxembourg is to be made from 5 September 2019 to 19 September 2019 (12:00 noon CEST) and is subject to the authorisation of the Luxembourg Financial Supervisory Authority CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) and the notification to the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). It is planned that the bearer notes can be subscribed through the subscription functionality DirectPlace of Deutsche Bo?rse from a nominal amount of Euro 1,000 onwards. The issuing proceeds are to be used primarily to refinance capital market liabilities falling due.
Eyemaxx Real Estate: weekly performance: -4.25%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (28/08/2019)


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01.09.2019


Uniqa Insurance Group: Total premiums written (including the savings portion of unit- and index-linked life insurance)  by the Uniqa Group, leading insurance group in its core markets of Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) went up slightly by 0.6 per cent to Euro 2,814.9 mn in the 1st half of 2019. Consolidated net profit (net profit for the period attributable to the shareholders of Uniqa Insurance Group AG) decreased by 5.9 per cent to Euro 105.6 mn. The average number of employees at the Uniqa Group decreased to 12,731 in the first six months of 2019 (January to June 2018: 12,876). For the 2019 financial year as a whole, Uniqa is expecting growth in property and casualty premiums of approximately 2 per cent and a rise in health insurance premiums of around 3 per cent. In view of the persistently low interest rates and the subdued demand for long-term pension products, the company is expecting a continuation of declining life insurance premiums. In 2019 as a whole, Uniqa is expecting moderate growth in total premium volume of around 1 per cent. Uniqa is anticipating a decline in investment income in 2019 due to the non-recurring effect from the sale of Casinos Austria Aktiengesellschaft in 2018. In property and casualty insurance, Uniqa is continuing to strive for increased profitability in its actuarial core business in 2019 and on this basis a further increase in the combined ratio compared with 2018. Overall, Uniqais anticipating an improvement in earnings before taxes for the 2019 financial year compared with the figure for 2018, which was adjusted for the non-recurring effect from the Casinos Austria sale. Uniqa is still intending to increase the annual distribution per share again in the coming year as part of a progressive dividend policy.
Uniqa: weekly performance: -2.37%

UBM: UBM Development has raised its previous guidance for EBT in 2019 by 18% to Euro 65 mn. Net profit (after taxes) is expected in the range of Euro 47-50 mn. This increase is based not only on the sound development of earnings in the first half of 2019 (earnings per share +18.6%, EBT +4.3%), but also on the successful sales activities and their impact on earnings for the second half-year. The two trade sales planned for 2019 as well as the most important forward sale, the QBC 1&2 office project in Vienna, have been signed. UBM is not only optimistic for the 2019 financial year, but also anticipates a sustainable rise in earnings for the future. “This year‘s increase in profit is not a one-off, it represents an increase in our earnings level for the future“, comments Thomas G. Winkler, CEO of UBM Development AG. “Our pipeline has reached a new record level – and our long-term mega-projects are not even included yet“, Thomas G. Winkler underscores this outlook. EBT rose from Euro 28.1 mn to Euro 29.3 mn and earnings per share by 18.6% from Euro 2.53 to Euro 3.01.
UBM: weekly performance: 5.64%

Frequentis: Stock listed Frequentis AG, international supplier of communication and information systems for control centres with safety-critical tasks, performed well in the first half of 2019. Revenues increased by 7.0% to Euro 132.4 mn in the first half of 2019, with both segments contributing to this growth. EBIT improved by Euro 1.6 mn to minus Euro 3.9 mn. The loss after taxes was Euro 2.4 mn in the reporting period, compared with a loss of Euro 3.8 mn in the first half of 2018. “The significant rise in revenues and the success of projects show that we are consistently driving forward growth. In both segments and all five business domains in which we operate, we secured important orders in the first half of the year, highlighting our leading technological position and the trust placed in us by our global customer base. We want our new shareholders to participate in this success. Although we have only been listed on the stock market since mid-May, at our Extraordinary General Meeting in September, we will therefore be proposing a dividend of EUR 0.10 per share for 2018 - as announced in the offering prospectus. Our dividend policy is unchanged,” says Frequentis’ CEO Norbert Haslacher.
Frequentis: weekly performance: 2.42%

Eyemaxx: Real estate development company Eyemaxx Real Estate AG intends to issue a corporate bond with a volume of up to Euro 50 mn with a five-year term, an interest rate of 5.5 percent p.a. and a denomination of Euro 1,000. The public offering in Germany, Austria and Luxembourg is to be made from 5 September 2019 to 19 September 2019 (12:00 noon CEST) and is subject to the authorisation of the Luxembourg Financial Supervisory Authority CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) and the notification to the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). It is planned that the bearer notes can be subscribed through the subscription functionality DirectPlace of Deutsche Bo?rse from a nominal amount of Euro 1,000 onwards. The issuing proceeds are to be used primarily to refinance capital market liabilities falling due.
Eyemaxx Real Estate: weekly performance: -4.25%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (28/08/2019)




 

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