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21st Austria weekly - Immofinanz, Wolftank-Adisa, Strabag, Porr (23/04/2020)

26.04.2020

Immofinanz: The Supervisory Board of real estate company Immofinanz resolved upon the appointment of Ronny Pecik as member of the Executive Board of the company for three years starting with 4 May 2020. Ronny Pecik will be Chief Executive Officer (CEO). "Ronny Pecik is a leading entrepreneur and his many years of experience in executive and supervisory board positions, carry a special strengthening of the Executive Board in challenging times like these. Further there is also a strong entrepreneurial responsibility grounded in the significant stake in Immofinanz", says Michael Knap, Chairman of the Supervisory Board. The Executive Board of Immofinanz therefore consists of Ronny Pecik (CEO), Dietmar Reindl (COO) and Stefan Schönauer (CFO).
Immofinanz: weekly performance: 13.93%

Wolftank-Adisa: Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, the parent company of an international group of companies focusing on environmental protection services for polluted soil, facilities and water, remediation and monitoring of (large) tank facilities, as well as full-service engineering services for (LNG) tank facilities, presented its preliminary consolidated results for the 2019 financial year as part of its annual financial statements. In the 2019 financial year, the Wolftank-Adisa Group, including all group companies, was able to increase its revenues by approximately 17% to Euro 52 mn (previous year Euro 44.55 mn). The Group EBITDA of Euro 3.0 mn is approximately at the previous year's level (Euro 3.2 million), while the EBIT of Euro 1.2 million is slightly below the previous year's level of Euro 1.7 mn. The revenue forecast of EUR 50 million for 2019 was thus slightly exceeded, while the planned EBITDA was missed by Euro 1.7 mn. The reduced profitability is due to an extraordinary and one-time special influence: the company succeeded in ending the hitherto exclusive relationship with the historical supplier of raw epoxy resin products, thus paving the way for a multi-supplier strategy. This significantly reduces the risk of global dependency, especially in times of difficult logistics, and thus secures the supply chain in the long term. As a result of a one-off special payment, gross profit was reduced by around Euro 1.47 mn in the 2019 financial year. This will already have a positive effect on the EBIT margin in the current financial year, but especially in the coming financial years due to improved purchase prices. The Management Board continues to expect a positive business trend in the current year. The economic effects of the COVID 19 pandemic are both positive and negative for the business of Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, and the company is therefore cautiously expecting to be able to repeat the business figures in 2019 for the time being.

Porr: In its meeting on 23 April 2020, the Supervisory Board of construction group Porr together with the Management Board, evaluated the Management Board's original proposal for the appropriation of profits to pay a dividend of 0.40 Euro per share. After detailed discussion, the Supervisory Board and the Management Board jointly came to the conclusion that the payment of a dividend is not appropriate in the current situation triggered by the COVID 19 pandemic and therefore propose to the Annual General Meeting that no dividend be paid for the 2019 financial year, but that the entire net profit for the year be carried forward to new account. This proposal does not mean a change of the continuous dividend policy of Porr, which usually aims at a payout ratio of 30-50%, but takes into account the historically unique exceptional situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company stated.
Porr: weekly performance: -6.24%

Strabag: The Management Board of construction group Strabag SE proposes, for approval by the Annual General Meeting, a dividend in the amount of Euro 0.90 per (dividend-bearing) no-par share. Given the net income after minorities in 2019 in the amount of Euro 371.7 mn, the dividend policy that has been continuously pursued since the IPO in 2007 would justify a payout of up to Euro 1.80 per share. This is now to be halved to Euro 0.90 per share. Against the background of the coronavirus crisis, steps must be taken to ensure that the payment of even such a reduced dividend does not unduly burden the company’s liquidity.
Strabag: weekly performance: -6.30%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (23/04/2020)


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Immofinanz: The Supervisory Board of real estate company Immofinanz resolved upon the appointment of Ronny Pecik as member of the Executive Board of the company for three years starting with 4 May 2020. Ronny Pecik will be Chief Executive Officer (CEO). "Ronny Pecik is a leading entrepreneur and his many years of experience in executive and supervisory board positions, carry a special strengthening of the Executive Board in challenging times like these. Further there is also a strong entrepreneurial responsibility grounded in the significant stake in Immofinanz", says Michael Knap, Chairman of the Supervisory Board. The Executive Board of Immofinanz therefore consists of Ronny Pecik (CEO), Dietmar Reindl (COO) and Stefan Schönauer (CFO).
Immofinanz: weekly performance: 13.93%

Wolftank-Adisa: Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, the parent company of an international group of companies focusing on environmental protection services for polluted soil, facilities and water, remediation and monitoring of (large) tank facilities, as well as full-service engineering services for (LNG) tank facilities, presented its preliminary consolidated results for the 2019 financial year as part of its annual financial statements. In the 2019 financial year, the Wolftank-Adisa Group, including all group companies, was able to increase its revenues by approximately 17% to Euro 52 mn (previous year Euro 44.55 mn). The Group EBITDA of Euro 3.0 mn is approximately at the previous year's level (Euro 3.2 million), while the EBIT of Euro 1.2 million is slightly below the previous year's level of Euro 1.7 mn. The revenue forecast of EUR 50 million for 2019 was thus slightly exceeded, while the planned EBITDA was missed by Euro 1.7 mn. The reduced profitability is due to an extraordinary and one-time special influence: the company succeeded in ending the hitherto exclusive relationship with the historical supplier of raw epoxy resin products, thus paving the way for a multi-supplier strategy. This significantly reduces the risk of global dependency, especially in times of difficult logistics, and thus secures the supply chain in the long term. As a result of a one-off special payment, gross profit was reduced by around Euro 1.47 mn in the 2019 financial year. This will already have a positive effect on the EBIT margin in the current financial year, but especially in the coming financial years due to improved purchase prices. The Management Board continues to expect a positive business trend in the current year. The economic effects of the COVID 19 pandemic are both positive and negative for the business of Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, and the company is therefore cautiously expecting to be able to repeat the business figures in 2019 for the time being.

Porr: In its meeting on 23 April 2020, the Supervisory Board of construction group Porr together with the Management Board, evaluated the Management Board's original proposal for the appropriation of profits to pay a dividend of 0.40 Euro per share. After detailed discussion, the Supervisory Board and the Management Board jointly came to the conclusion that the payment of a dividend is not appropriate in the current situation triggered by the COVID 19 pandemic and therefore propose to the Annual General Meeting that no dividend be paid for the 2019 financial year, but that the entire net profit for the year be carried forward to new account. This proposal does not mean a change of the continuous dividend policy of Porr, which usually aims at a payout ratio of 30-50%, but takes into account the historically unique exceptional situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company stated.
Porr: weekly performance: -6.24%

Strabag: The Management Board of construction group Strabag SE proposes, for approval by the Annual General Meeting, a dividend in the amount of Euro 0.90 per (dividend-bearing) no-par share. Given the net income after minorities in 2019 in the amount of Euro 371.7 mn, the dividend policy that has been continuously pursued since the IPO in 2007 would justify a payout of up to Euro 1.80 per share. This is now to be halved to Euro 0.90 per share. Against the background of the coronavirus crisis, steps must be taken to ensure that the payment of even such a reduced dividend does not unduly burden the company’s liquidity.
Strabag: weekly performance: -6.30%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (23/04/2020)



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