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Like many of its peers, CABK views the current environment as the best in the world, as if the only potential outcome of the escalating tensions between the West and the East was the end of negative interest rates. Not only the group’s view is already largely factored in the consensus expectations (and ours), but it could prove too optimistic in our view.
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In our view, the underlying quarterly trends were in line with expectations thus enabling the management to reiterate its full-year guidance.
The fourth quarter operating trends are in line with the group’s 10% RoTE objective set for 2022 (without any interest rates support). Ongoing strong fee income generation, merger-related cost savings and the benign cost of risk will help absorb net interest margin headwinds.
The quarter exceeded expectations on lower loan impairments but slightly disappointed on the top-line front driven by low activity levels.
The quarter enjoyed a particularly benign cost of risk, leading management to improve its full-year guidance. Last but not least, merger-related cost synergies have been increased by 22%.
The quarter enjoyed ongoing wealth management momentum and a faster-than-expected cost of risk normalisation. This bodes well for the future earnings trajectory which will be boosted by confirmed cost and revenue synergies.
The group posted a strong set of results, driven by strong wealth management momentum and impressive efficiency gains. Next month, CaixaBank will start consolidating Bankia which itself showed encouraging top-line momentum.
Companies: CaixaBank SA
The third-quarter results confirmed the top-line pressure but also the strong cost base flexibility and the improved asset quality projections. The capital position improved markedly and, if needed, the dividend accrual confirms the management’s commitment to resuming capital distribution as soon as possible.
The quarter was marked by an accelerated frontloading of pending credit losses but, above all, showed an impressive pre-provision resilience.
The first visible impacts of the COVID-19-induced crisis were commensurate with our expectations, be it at the top line or credit charges levels.
The group posted a strong set of quarterly results driven by fee income and insurance and announced it has secured slower cost inflation this year. This will enable it to absorb ongoing net interest income pressure and normalisation in both trading income and the cost of risk, thus continuing to generate equity at a decent rate.
The group posted a reassuring set of results confirming the recovery of the non-interest income generation after a weak first half.
Although core revenues have suffered from subdued activity levels, the net interest margin has proved resilient, efficiency gains are emerging faster-than-expected and asset quality trends are particularly benign. Last but not least, capital consumption has improved.
The first quarter results were unimpressive but were at least fully in line with expectations, translating into decent organic capital generation which was not offset by accounting and regulatory inflation.
The quarterly underlying operating trends were fully in line with expectations, showing strong resilience.
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Mercia Asset Management reported FY22 results, with a significant uplift in adj. operating profit to £8.4m, driven by strong management fee margins of >2% on stable FuM as well as strong finance income during the year. Group AuM has grown to >£1bn post period end, driven by fundraises across the Northern VCTs. The Group is well set to achieve its Mercia 20:20 Vision, with ~£27m (~46%) of its cumulative three-year PBT target delivered in year one. We increase our adj. EBITDA forecasts by 1-26% on
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Augmentum Fintech has delivered a strong finish to FY22, with NAV per share up 19% YoY and +9% HoH to 155.2p, driven by both investments and positive fair value changes across the majority of its portfolio companies. The 23% IRR since IPO is above the Group’s 20% Internal Target Return, demonstrating overall attractive investment performance. Post-period end The Group has invested £4.0m in new portfolio company Kenbi and the £43m proceeds from the sale of its stake in ii strengthens AUGM’s cash
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Marlowe delivered an impressive set of FY22A results, with underlying organic revenue growth of 9%, Adj EBITDA margins up 240bps to 18.6%, and Adj EBITDA of £54.4m (ahead of our £50.7m forecast). We make minor updates to our FY23E forecasts (Adj Diluted EPS increases 1% to 49.6p) and release new FY24E forecasts. Given the strength of Marlowe's business model, its defensive nature (non-discretionary products and services; 85%+ recurring revenue), the group's continued positive momentum (including
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