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|15Feb17 06:58||GNW||NATIXIS :STATEMENT FEBRUARY 15, 2017|
|09Feb17 16:35||GNW||NATIXIS :FOURTH-QUARTER 2016 and FULL-YEAR 2016 RESULTS|
|09Dec16 13:44||GNW||NATIXIS :Number of shares and voting rights at 30 November 2016|
|09Nov16 14:47||GNW||NATIXIS :Number of shares and voting rights at October 31, 2016|
|08Nov16 16:35||GNW||NATIXIS :THIRD-QUARTER 2016 AND NINE-MONTH 2016 RESULTS|
|12Oct16 16:37||GNW||NATIXIS :Preparation of the Q3-2016 financial disclosures: CIB restated quarterly series|
|10Feb16 16:35||GNW||NATIXIS : FOURTH-QUARTER AND FULL YEAR 2015 RESULTS|
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Strong beat in terms of P&L; capital and dividend in line
09 Feb 17
Natixis has just released its Q4 16 earnings. Total revenues at €2.52bn were 6% higher than expectations (and 5% higher than our own expectations). Total expenses were therefore mechanically higher than expectations at €1.65bn (versus €1.57bn expected by the consensus and us). Loan losses at -€60m were also better than expected (-€80m as for the consensus). All in all, operating profit at €801m was 8% higher than expectations and 7% higher than our forecasts. The CET1 ratio at 10.8% (fully-loaded except for DTA which remains phased-in) is 20bp lower qoq (to the benefit of an (expected) €0.10 exceptional dividend). Total dividend at €0.35 is in line with expectations.
CIB again and again...
09 Nov 16
Natixis has just released its Q3 16 results. Total income is roughly in line with expectations at €1.92bn but 2.6% higher versus our own expectations (once adjusted for corporate centre revenues). Total expenses are, however, 2.1% above consensus expectations and 2% above our expectations. Loan losses at €69m are below consensus expectations (at €81m) and above our €58m forecasts. All in all, operating revenues at €408m are 2.5% short of expectations but 4% higher than our numbers. The CET1 ratio at 11.2% is 20bp higher qoq and 60bp higher versus Q4 15.
Mixed P&L results, capital generation going on
29 Jul 16
Natixis released its Q2 16 earnings. Total revenues are 4% higher than expectations. With costs 4% higher than consensus forecasts and total loan losses in line with expectations, the operating profit is 4% higher than expectations. CET1 ratio at 11% (after accrual dividend) is 20bp higher than Q1 16 and 225bp above the ratio required by regulators.
Earnings miss expectations on the back of higher expenses...
10 May 16
Natixis released its Q1 16 earnings this morning. Total revenues at €2.08bn are 0.5% short of expectations. Expenses were 2% higher than forecasts due to a higher contribution to the Single resolution fund and expenses in the CIB. Cost of risk at €88m, although higher than the Q1 15 number of €78m, is in line with expectations. Reported profit before tax at €407m (of which -€13m non-operating items) is therefore 8% lower than forecasts. The fully-loaded CET1 ratio (after payment of the dividend – a 50% pay-out ratio) is 20bp higher than in the last quarter at 9.9%.
Strong set of results
11 Feb 16
Natixis' Q4 15 earnings release: Strong results versus expectations as revenues are higher than expectations and the cost of risk much better than expected, profit before tax is 20% ahead of consensus. Natixis has just still proven its ability to create value for shareholders as the CET1 ratio is at 12.2% (phased-in and before dividends). The payout ratio is 50% and a €0.10ps dividend has been announced.
Capital back in shareholders' hands...
05 Nov 15
Natixis' Q3 earnings release was quite strong. Total revenues were a bit lower than expected (at €1,956m), 2% short of expectations. Total expenses were roughly in line with expectations and cost of risk a bit lower than expected. PBT is therefore roughly in line with expectations. CET1 ratio is 20bp higher than Q2 15 (11.2% vs 11%).
N+1 Singer - Uncovered Gems - Speed Dating Lunch - A Famous Five for the future?
12 Apr 17
On Friday we hosted our third “speed dating” lunch with the management of five very interesting and contrasting companies not under our formal coverage: Be Heard, Byotrol, Gfinity, Oxehealth and Plant Impact. Each company gave a concise and punchy overview of its business and investment case to a group of fund managers, before rapid fire Q&A. Below we summarise our thoughts on each company with more details inside the note, plus some relevant slides. We believe that all five companies are well-managed and well worth a closer look - we intend to repeat this efficient and popular format for engaging with management teams.
N+1 Singer - Small-cap quantitative research - Growth style screen revamp and 10 focus stocks
06 Apr 17
We have reviewed the performance of our consistent growth screen since the previous refresh on 27 September 2016 and revamped the selection parameters to focus more on forecast sales and EPS growth going forward. In the period under review the consistent growth style screen outperformed the small-cap benchmark by c. 6% and underperformed the microcap index by a similar amount. Interestingly, although growth doesn’t always seem to be defensive as might be expected, however it appears right to buy growth on dips caused by or coincident with wider market volatility. In the new forecast growth screen we take a close look at 10 focus stocks. We will monitor performance and refresh it in three to four months time.
24 Apr 17
Lok’nStore* (LOK): Growth supported by a strong balance sheet (CORP) | Mortice* (MORT): UK acquisition (CORP) | Avacta* (AVCT): Another milestone – 1st non-therapeutics licence (CORP) | Petra Diamonds (PDF): Trading update and Q3 results (BUY) | Nasstar* (NASA): Growth and margin focus (CORP)
Small Cap Breakfast
24 Apr 17
Global Ports Holding—Intention to float on Standard List of the Main Market. International cruise ports operator. Seeking $250m raise including $75m primary offer. Dorcaster—Schedule One Update. Admission now expected on AIM 3 May. RTO of Escape Hunt raising £14m at 135p. Verditek— Intention to float on AIM. On Admission, the Company's subsidiaries will be involved in advanced solar photovoltaic, filtration and absorption technologies specialising in providing environmental services. Raising £3.5m. Admission in May. Eddie Stobart Logistics— Schedule 1 update. Admission expected 25 April on AIM raising £122m. ADES International Holding— Intends to join the Standard List of the Main Market in May raising up to $170m plus a vendor sale. Provider of offshore and onshore oil and gas drilling and production services in the Middle East and Africa. Admission expected in May. Tufton Oceanic Assets– Offer extended to 9 May on specialist funds segment of Main Market to enable investors to complete further due diligence.
Mining the cash
20 Apr 17
The global metals and mining industry is not out of the woods yet. Previously burned investors are not rushing to buy the sector, and sentiment remains subdued. Meanwhile, we think it could be sensible to dip one’s toes in the water at these levels. BRWM has a sizable yield of nearly 4%, albeit a bit lower than a few months ago, as the sector rerated upwards during 2016. In our opinion, the trust offers exposure to skillfully picked global metals and mining businesses, and pays decent dividend which has potential to increase in the next few years. We take comfort in better revenue generation prospects for the fund. While in the past two years BRWM had to pay part of its dividends out of reserves, this year we expect higher income to be sufficient to cover the dividend payment.