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21st Austria weekly - Vienna Insurance Group, FACC, S Immo, Warimpex, Immofinanz, Andritz (27/08/2019)

01.09.2019

Vienna Insurance Group (VIG): VIG reported a significant year-on-year increase in premium income of 5.8% to Euro 5,447 mn. All segments produced gains, including the single-premium life insurance business, where premiums have been falling for years. The growth drivers were the non-life segment, comprehensive motor insurance and health coverage. Bulgaria, Poland and the Baltic states recorded particularly encouraging improvements in premium growth. Premium volume at the CEE Group companies, adjusted for the first-time consolidation of companies in Poland, the Baltics and Bosnia and Herzegovina, grew organically by a robust 4.1%.Consolidated pre-tax profit reached Euro 257.1 min –a substantial year-on-year increase of 10.5%. Result before taxes in the first half of 2018 was affected by the goodwill impairment in the Romanian market. The Austrian, Bulgarian, Baltic States and Remaining CEE segments posted particularly strong gains. VIG’s strategy of achieving profitablegrowth is also reflected in result after taxes and non-controlling interests, which has improved by 10.5% to Euro 151 mn in the first half of 2019. "With significant gains in two key indicators, premium growth as well as profit, both before and after taxes, we can report very positive half year results. In spite of higher claims payments due to weather conditions, the combined ratio remained stable year-on-year. We will maintain our focus on optimising the business model in terms of claims and costs so that we remain on track to reach our target ratio of 95% in 2020. We are very confident that we will achieve our targets for 2019. The Group is aiming for a premium volume of Euro 9.9 bn and a pre-tax profit of between Euro 500 and Euro 520 min. The favourable economic environment in the CEE region complements our optimism. In July 2019, the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies reported that slowdown in growth has been far less than expected in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Forecasts for the majority of countries have been revised upwards,” commented Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of the Vienna Insurance Group.
VIG: weekly performance: -3.66%

FACC: Austria-based FACC, a leading technology partner of the aerospace industry, has been commissioned by Bombardier Aviation to manufacture radomes also for the Airbus A220, in addition to the Bombardier Challenger and Global business jet families. Deliveries for the A220 commercial aircraft are scheduled to start in 2020.
FACC: weekly performance: 1.56%

S Immo: Austrian based reals estate group S Immo AG increased revenues in first half year by 11.0% to Euro 101.0 mn (HY 2018: 91.0m). The improvement in revenues can be attributed primarily to the acquisitions in Germany, the good like-for-like performance and the substantial growth in hotel income. Net income for the period increased to Euro 147.9 mn (HY 2018: Euro 47.9 mn). EPRA NAV per share came to Euro 24.27 as of the middle of the year. FFO I increased to Euro 39.0 mn. CEO Ernst Vejdovszky comments: “These figures clearly demonstrate the operating strength with which we manage our portfolio. We buy the right properties and are able to leverage potential and achieve increases in value. All this led to highly positive effects on the income statement, and we were once again able to significantly improve our key indicators. Thus, S IMMO is still fully on course for substantial growth.”
S Immo: weekly performance: 2.49%

Warimpex: Warimpex Finanz- und Beteiligungs AG is continuing its successful development in the current financial year with a profit of Euro 17.9 mn in the first half year (H1 2018: loss of 4.3 mn). This can be attributed primarily to property sales, valuation gains and exchange rate gains. Warimpex’s strategic focus continues to be on building up its property portfolio and strengthening its earnings potential. The company’sgoal is to increase revenue and improve gross income. “Following the sale of numerous assets in 2017, we used last year to set our strategic course. In particular, we are focusing on completing ongoing development projects, pursuing new developments, and acquiring cash-flow generating assets with potential for the future. The positive development of business demonstratesthe success of this strategy,” commented Warimpex CEO Franz Jurkowitsch. Further, the company announced the sale of two hotels. Together with joint venture partner UBM the company intends to sell the Vienna House Dream Castle and Vienna House Magic Circus hotels at Disneyland® Paris. Both hotels were jointly developed by Warimpex and UBM Development AG and opened in 2004 and 2007, respectively. Together, the two four-star hotels located near Disneyland® Paris have nearly 800 rooms and more than 1,200 square metres of conference space. The two joint venture partners Warimpex and UBM, which each own a stake of 50 per cent, negotiated a purchase price in excess of Euro 100 mn with an international investor.
Warimpex: weekly performance: 3.31%

Immofinanz: Real Estate company Immofinanz is expanding its portfolio of Stop Shop retail parks to 90 locations. The most recent acquisitions include six fully rented retail parks in Slovenia and Poland with roughly 54,000 sqm of rentable space. The annual rental income based on invoiced rents amounts to approximately Euro 6.6 mn, which represents a gross return of 8.6%. “This growth step not only strengthens our position as the leading European retail park operator, but also improves our sustainable cash flow. It increases both our tenant base and our rental offering for international retailers. That represents a clear competitive advantage, and the potential return in these markets speaks for itself“, indicated Oliver Schumy, CEO of Immofinanz. “With these activities, we have met our target to substantially expand the Stop Shop portfolio to 90 locations in 2019. Our goal for the next two years also remains intact – we want to increase the number of Stop Shops to over 100 – through acquisitions as well as our own development projects.“
Immofinanz: weekly performance: 6.38%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz has successfully started up the rebuilt BM1 for PJSC Kyiv Cardboard and Paper Mill at their site in Obukhiv, Ukraine. The rebuild of the packaging paper machine covered the upgrade of the press and calender sections, including extensions to the existing automation system. 
Andritz: weekly performance: -3.49%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (27/08/2019)


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Vienna Insurance Group (VIG): VIG reported a significant year-on-year increase in premium income of 5.8% to Euro 5,447 mn. All segments produced gains, including the single-premium life insurance business, where premiums have been falling for years. The growth drivers were the non-life segment, comprehensive motor insurance and health coverage. Bulgaria, Poland and the Baltic states recorded particularly encouraging improvements in premium growth. Premium volume at the CEE Group companies, adjusted for the first-time consolidation of companies in Poland, the Baltics and Bosnia and Herzegovina, grew organically by a robust 4.1%.Consolidated pre-tax profit reached Euro 257.1 min –a substantial year-on-year increase of 10.5%. Result before taxes in the first half of 2018 was affected by the goodwill impairment in the Romanian market. The Austrian, Bulgarian, Baltic States and Remaining CEE segments posted particularly strong gains. VIG’s strategy of achieving profitablegrowth is also reflected in result after taxes and non-controlling interests, which has improved by 10.5% to Euro 151 mn in the first half of 2019. "With significant gains in two key indicators, premium growth as well as profit, both before and after taxes, we can report very positive half year results. In spite of higher claims payments due to weather conditions, the combined ratio remained stable year-on-year. We will maintain our focus on optimising the business model in terms of claims and costs so that we remain on track to reach our target ratio of 95% in 2020. We are very confident that we will achieve our targets for 2019. The Group is aiming for a premium volume of Euro 9.9 bn and a pre-tax profit of between Euro 500 and Euro 520 min. The favourable economic environment in the CEE region complements our optimism. In July 2019, the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies reported that slowdown in growth has been far less than expected in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Forecasts for the majority of countries have been revised upwards,” commented Elisabeth Stadler, CEO of the Vienna Insurance Group.
VIG: weekly performance: -3.66%

FACC: Austria-based FACC, a leading technology partner of the aerospace industry, has been commissioned by Bombardier Aviation to manufacture radomes also for the Airbus A220, in addition to the Bombardier Challenger and Global business jet families. Deliveries for the A220 commercial aircraft are scheduled to start in 2020.
FACC: weekly performance: 1.56%

S Immo: Austrian based reals estate group S Immo AG increased revenues in first half year by 11.0% to Euro 101.0 mn (HY 2018: 91.0m). The improvement in revenues can be attributed primarily to the acquisitions in Germany, the good like-for-like performance and the substantial growth in hotel income. Net income for the period increased to Euro 147.9 mn (HY 2018: Euro 47.9 mn). EPRA NAV per share came to Euro 24.27 as of the middle of the year. FFO I increased to Euro 39.0 mn. CEO Ernst Vejdovszky comments: “These figures clearly demonstrate the operating strength with which we manage our portfolio. We buy the right properties and are able to leverage potential and achieve increases in value. All this led to highly positive effects on the income statement, and we were once again able to significantly improve our key indicators. Thus, S IMMO is still fully on course for substantial growth.”
S Immo: weekly performance: 2.49%

Warimpex: Warimpex Finanz- und Beteiligungs AG is continuing its successful development in the current financial year with a profit of Euro 17.9 mn in the first half year (H1 2018: loss of 4.3 mn). This can be attributed primarily to property sales, valuation gains and exchange rate gains. Warimpex’s strategic focus continues to be on building up its property portfolio and strengthening its earnings potential. The company’sgoal is to increase revenue and improve gross income. “Following the sale of numerous assets in 2017, we used last year to set our strategic course. In particular, we are focusing on completing ongoing development projects, pursuing new developments, and acquiring cash-flow generating assets with potential for the future. The positive development of business demonstratesthe success of this strategy,” commented Warimpex CEO Franz Jurkowitsch. Further, the company announced the sale of two hotels. Together with joint venture partner UBM the company intends to sell the Vienna House Dream Castle and Vienna House Magic Circus hotels at Disneyland® Paris. Both hotels were jointly developed by Warimpex and UBM Development AG and opened in 2004 and 2007, respectively. Together, the two four-star hotels located near Disneyland® Paris have nearly 800 rooms and more than 1,200 square metres of conference space. The two joint venture partners Warimpex and UBM, which each own a stake of 50 per cent, negotiated a purchase price in excess of Euro 100 mn with an international investor.
Warimpex: weekly performance: 3.31%

Immofinanz: Real Estate company Immofinanz is expanding its portfolio of Stop Shop retail parks to 90 locations. The most recent acquisitions include six fully rented retail parks in Slovenia and Poland with roughly 54,000 sqm of rentable space. The annual rental income based on invoiced rents amounts to approximately Euro 6.6 mn, which represents a gross return of 8.6%. “This growth step not only strengthens our position as the leading European retail park operator, but also improves our sustainable cash flow. It increases both our tenant base and our rental offering for international retailers. That represents a clear competitive advantage, and the potential return in these markets speaks for itself“, indicated Oliver Schumy, CEO of Immofinanz. “With these activities, we have met our target to substantially expand the Stop Shop portfolio to 90 locations in 2019. Our goal for the next two years also remains intact – we want to increase the number of Stop Shops to over 100 – through acquisitions as well as our own development projects.“
Immofinanz: weekly performance: 6.38%

Andritz: International technology Group Andritz has successfully started up the rebuilt BM1 for PJSC Kyiv Cardboard and Paper Mill at their site in Obukhiv, Ukraine. The rebuild of the packaging paper machine covered the upgrade of the press and calender sections, including extensions to the existing automation system. 
Andritz: weekly performance: -3.49%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (27/08/2019)



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