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|09Dec16 01:44||GNW||NATIXIS :Number of shares and voting rights at 30 November 2016|
|09Nov16 02:47||GNW||NATIXIS :Number of shares and voting rights at October 31, 2016|
|08Nov16 04:35||GNW||NATIXIS :THIRD-QUARTER 2016 AND NINE-MONTH 2016 RESULTS|
|12Oct16 04:37||GNW||NATIXIS :Preparation of the Q3-2016 financial disclosures: CIB restated quarterly series|
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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%).
Good revenue growth...
31 Jul 15
Total revenues (excluding exceptional items) were slightly higher than company-compiled consensus (€2,175m vs €2,128m). Expenses were in line with consensus and so was the cost of risk. Gross operating income after tax was therefore 9% higher than consensus. The good news also being that growth was not made exclusively at the cost of the balance sheet as RWA recorded a 1% drop ytd (at constant exchange rates).
Mobilising the strategy
08 Dec 16
PCF has reported a good set of FY16 figures this morning. Pro forma 12 month adjusted pre-tax profit increased 38% YoY to £4.0m (FY15: £2.9m), 5% ahead of our estimate of £3.8m. Fully diluted return on equity remained broadly stable YoY at 13% but beat our forecast of 12.6%, driven by good loan book growth, up 14% YoY to £122m. Given the strength of the results the board has reinstated a dividend of 0.1p per share. Following Tuesday’s announcement of the approval of a banking licence, we believe that the group now has the capacity to accelerate its growth prospects. While the shares trade at 12.0x earnings and 2.0x reported book value, we do not believe this valuation captures the growth potential of the business.
VPC Speciality Lending Investments PLC – sticking to your knitting pays dividends
05 Dec 16
A 25% discount on a dividend paying vehicle suggests either (a) lack of belief in the NAV, (b) lack of belief in the dividend, (c) concerns over future delivery, (d) a shareholder’s base not normally exposure to “closed end structures” or (e) some combination of (a) to (d). We had a first meeting with the management team and London representative of VPC Speciality Lending to try to better understand why the share price had fallen quite so much.
Small Cap Breakfast
07 Dec 16
Creo Medical group—Schedule 1 update.. £20m raise. Expected market cap £61.2m, admission expected 9 December. ECSC—Schedule 1 from provider of cyber security services. Raising £5m. Vendor sale £0.8m. Target date 14 Dec. Expected market cap £15m. RM Secured Direct Lending - The secured direct lending fund intends to float on the Main Market on 15 December raising up to £100m
Better Capital – A tale of two funds
05 Dec 16
Our gut feel on the results is that BCAP’s Gardner disposal feels viable (albeit as a late Q1 transaction). Post Gardner, the exit profile for BCAP’s portfolio is slanted towards the years 2018/19 and not earlier; we view the market’s current pricing as cautious (14% disc to our estimate of FV). In contrast, BC12’s more consumer facing portfolio remains a work in progress and may well offer further disappointment before turning a corner; the market valuation (51% discount to NAV) is cautious but probably fair given the difficulties.
Panmure Morning Note 07-12-2016
07 Dec 16
PCF today announces that it has succeeded in achieving once its major strategic goals by being granted a UK banking licence. In line with prior guidance, the company aims to begin taking deposits in summer 2017 and will initially focus on lending to its core markets in consumer motor finance and SME asset finance. As well as supporting growth in the loan book, the banking licence will both diversify and reduce the cost of its funding base. More details are expected as part of the FY16 results tomorrow.
Meeting near-term headwinds
06 Dec 16
In its trading update IFG reported that performance has been in line with management expectations. The cooling effect of market uncertainty on growth in James Hay and financial advice client numbers, together with the impact of low interest rates, remain a near-term head wind for revenues. Even so, with Saunderson House continuing to increase profits, IFG expects to match 2015 earnings. The long-term growth opportunity presented by an ageing population and pension freedoms remains in place and to address this IFG is continuing investment to enhance its service and increase operational gearing.