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21st Austria weekly - Palfinger, Bawag, Austrian Post, Wolford (29/10/2019)

03.11.2019

Palfinger: The Palfinger Group’s revenue climbed 10.0 percent year-on-year in the first three quarters of 2019, increasing from Euro 1,182.6 mn to Euro 1,300.6 mn and reaching yet another record level in this reporting period. EBITDA saw double-digit growth of 18.7 percent, rising from Euro 147.6 mn to Euro 175.1 mn. While this improvement is a reflection of the Group’s solid business performance, it also includes a positive effect of Euro 8.2 mn attributable to the change in the accounting requirements for leases (IFRS 16 Leases). The EBITDA margin stood at 13.5 percent, up from 12.5 percent in the prior-year reporting period. EBIT grew by 17.3 percent from Euro 101.7 mn to Euro 119.3 mn in the first three quarters of 2019, giving an EBIT margin of 9.2 percent, up on the previous year’s figure of 8.6 percent. The consolidated net result for the period saw a year-on-year increase of 31.6 percent, climbing from Euro 48.3 mn to Euro 63.6 min. The outlook for 2019 as a whole remains positive. On the basis of current market trends Palfinger, world’s leading manufacturers of innovative lifting solutions for use on commercial vehicles and in the maritime field, expects another record year: Management projects that revenue will increase to Euro 1.7 bn and that the EBIT margin will be 9 percent. For the years to come, Palfinger sees continued growth potential. Revenue is expected to rise to Euro 2 bn by 2022, accompanied by a further improvement in profitability.
Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.20%

Bawag: Banking group Bawag reports a strong profit before tax of Euro 451 mn and net profit of Euro 343 mn, both up 5% versus the prior year, for the first three quarters 2019. The increase was primarily driven by higher operating income. The Bank delivered a return on tangible common equity of 14.2%, a cost-income ratio of 42.7% and a CET1 ratio of 15.7%. On a pro forma basis the return on tangible common equity was 17.7%, with a CET1 ratio of 13.0%. Chief Executive Officer Anas Abuzaakouk comments: “In addition to making progress executing on our strategic capital actions, we continue to execute across a number of operational initiatives from Concept 21 to integrating our recent acquisitions in Germany and Switzerland. We are on track to deliver on all of our targets in 2019 as we continue to adapt to the changing operating environment. While the market environment for European financials continues to be challenging, the fundamentals of the bank remain strong. We will continue to focus on the things that we control, driving operational excellence, and continuing to pursue disciplined and profitable growth”.
Bawag: weekly performance: -4.60%

Austrian Post: As was already evident in the half-year revenue development, Austrian Post expects an overall increase in the entire 2019 financial year. Despite the declining mail volumes, positive one-off effects from elections and special mailings but above all from the growing parcel business are driving the positive revenue trend. The partnership with Deutsche Post DHL Group to delivery parcels in Austria is off to a very good start. Since 1 August 2019, DHL parcels destined for Austria have been delivered by Austrian Post. Total monthly transport and delivery volumes are now about 25% higher than in the previous year. Against the backdrop of this parcel volume development, the capacity expansion investment programme is accorded the highest priority. As previously communicated, growth investments in excess of Euro 50m are planned in 2019 in addition to maintenance investments totalling about Euro 70 mn. Moreover, investments in the range of Euro 25 mn are expected to expand existing properties or acquire new land, as well as Euro 15 mn to purchase sorting technology in connection with the cooperation with Deutsche Post DHL Group. On balance, Austrian Post targets stable operating earnings (EBIT) in 2019 based on the good development in the core business including various start-up costs to develop its financial services business. This does not include provisions totalling Euro 18 mn for an administrative fine imposed on Austrian Post by the Austrian Data Protection Authority on grounds of the alleged illegal use of marketing data. The penalty decision is not legally binding, and Austrian Post intends to exercise its right to file an appeal in a court of first instance.
Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 0.46%

Wolford: Wolford AG announced that the Supervisory Board appointed Silvia Azzali (48), the present Global Sales & Merchandising Director of Wolford AG, to serve on the Management Board as the company's Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Starting on November 1, 2019, the Wolford manager will be responsible for the areas of Sales & Merchandising, Marketing and Design. Wolford's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Axel Dreher resigned from his Management Board position today on the most amicable terms with the Supervisory Board and will leave the company effective October 31, 2019. Axel Dreher has been a Member of the Management Board since 2013, first working as COO/CFO before being named CEO in 2017. The Supervisory Board expressed its thanks to Axel Dreher for his longstanding commitments on behalf of the company. Andrew Thorndike, who was appointed to be a new member of the Management Board and Chief Operations Officer (COO) in September 2019, will continue to be responsible for Product Development, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Controlling, Legal, Investor Relations, IT and Human Resources. The Management Board will consist of two members until the vacant position of CEO is successfully filled.
Wolford: weekly performance: 16.36%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (29/10/2019)


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Palfinger:The Palfinger Group’s revenue climbed 10.0 percent year-on-year in the first three quarters of 2019, increasing from Euro 1,182.6 mn to Euro 1,300.6 mn and reaching yet another record...

...level in this reporting period.EBITDA saw double-digit growth of 18.7 percent, rising from Euro 147.6 mn to Euro 175.1 mn. While this improvement is a reflection of the Group’s solid business performance, it also includes a positive effect of Euro 8.2 mn attributable to the change in the accounting requirements for leases (IFRS 16 Leases). The EBITDA margin stood at 13.5 percent, up from 12.5 percent in the prior-year reporting period. EBIT grew by 17.3 percent from Euro 101.7 mn to Euro 119.3 mn in the first three quarters of 2019, giving an EBIT margin of 9.2 percent, up on the previous year’s figure of 8.6 percent.The consolidated net result for the period saw a year-on-year increase of 31.6 percent, climbing from Euro 48.3 mn to Euro 63.6 min. The outlook for 2019 as a whole remains positive. On the basis of current market trends Palfinger, world’s leading manufacturers of innovative lifting solutions for use on commercial vehicles and in the maritime field, expects another record year: Management projects that revenue will increase to Euro 1.7 bn and that the EBIT margin will be 9 percent. For the years to come, Palfinger sees continued growth potential. Revenue is expected to rise to Euro 2 bn by 2022, accompanied by a further improvement in profitability.Palfinger: weekly performance: 0.20%Bawag: Banking group Bawag reports a strong profit before tax of Euro 451 mn and net profit of Euro 343 mn, both up 5% versus the prior year, for the first three quarters 2019. The increase was primarily driven by higher operating income. The Bank delivered a return on tangible common equity of 14.2%, a cost-income ratio of 42.7% and a CET1 ratio of 15.7%. On a pro forma basis the return on tangible common equity was 17.7%, with a CET1 ratio of 13.0%. Chief Executive Officer Anas Abuzaakouk comments:“In addition to making progress executing on our strategic capital actions, we continue to execute across a number of operational initiatives from Concept 21 to integrating our recent acquisitions in Germany and Switzerland. We are on track to deliver on all of our targets in 2019 as we continue to adapt to the changing operating environment. While the market environment for European financials continues to be challenging, the fundamentals of the bank remain strong. We will continue to focus on the things that we control, driving operational excellence, and continuing to pursue disciplined and profitable growth”.Bawag: weekly performance: -4.60%Austrian Post:As was already evident in the half-year revenue development, Austrian Post expects an overall increase in the entire 2019 financial year. Despite the declining mail volumes, positive one-off effects from elections and special mailings but above all from the growing parcel business are driving the positive revenue trend.The partnership with Deutsche Post DHL Group to delivery parcels in Austria is off to a very good start. Since 1 August 2019, DHL parcels destined for Austria have been delivered by Austrian Post. Total monthly transport and delivery volumes are now about 25% higher than in the previous year. Against the backdrop of this parcel volume development, the capacity expansion investment programme is accorded the highest priority. As previously communicated, growth investments in excess of Euro 50m are planned in 2019 in addition to maintenance investments totalling about Euro 70 mn. Moreover, investments in the range of Euro 25 mn are expected to expand existing properties or acquire new land, as well as Euro 15 mn to purchase sorting technology in connection with the cooperation with Deutsche Post DHL Group.On balance, Austrian Post targets stable operating earnings (EBIT) in 2019 based on the good development in the core business including various start-up costs to develop its financial services business. This does not include provisions totalling Euro 18 mn for an administrative fine imposed on Austrian Post by the Austrian Data Protection Authority on grounds of the alleged illegal use of marketing data. The penalty decision is not legally binding, and Austrian Post intends to exercise its right to file an appeal in a court of first instance.Österreichische Post: weekly performance: 0.46%Wolford:Wolford AG announced that the Supervisory Board appointed Silvia Azzali (48), the present Global Sales & Merchandising Director of Wolford AG, to serve on the Management Board as the company's Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). Starting on November 1, 2019, the Wolford manager will be responsible for the areas of Sales & Merchandising, Marketing and Design. Wolford's Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Axel Dreher resigned from his Management Board position today on the most amicable terms with the Supervisory Board and will leave the company effective October 31, 2019. Axel Dreher has been a Member of the Management Board since 2013, first working as COO/CFO before being named CEO in 2017. The Supervisory Board expressed its thanks to Axel Dreher for his longstanding commitments on behalf of the company.Andrew Thorndike, who was appointed to be a new member of the Management Board and Chief Operations Officer (COO) in September 2019, will continue to be responsible for Product Development, Supply Chain Management, Finance, Controlling, Legal, Investor Relations, IT and Human Resources.The Management Board will consist of two members until the vacant position of CEO is successfully filled.Wolford: weekly performance: 16.36%(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (29/10/2019)

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