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Findel

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Retail

7 April 2017

Price

201p

Market cap

£174m

Net debt at 31 March 2017 (£m)

80

Shares in issue

86.4m

Free float

100%

Code

FDL

Primary exchange

LSE

Secondary exchange

N/A

Share price performance

%

1m

3m

12m

Abs

0.0

7.5

13.4

Rel (local)

0.3

5.5

(3.6)

52-week high/low

215.8p

130.0p

Business description

Findel is a multi-channel retailer operating across the business-to-consumer and business-to-business market places. It is a market leader in the home shopping and educational supplies sectors. Findel’s objective is to be the leader in selling and delivering products to businesses and consumers via catalogues and the internet.

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Full year results

Early May 2017

Analysts

Paul Hickman

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Neil Shah

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Findel is a research client of Edison Investment Research Limited

Further strengthening in customer recruitment bodes well for Express sales volumes in FY18, while the short-term margin impact is essentially a side-effect. Chairman Ian Burke’s appointment of Phil Maudsley, the longstanding Managing Director of Express Gifts, to the CEO position indicates where the strategic emphasis now lies. Our valuation of 236p is not demanding at an FY18e P/E of 8.8x.

Year end

Revenue (£m)

PBT*
(£m)

EPS*
(p)

DPS
(p)

P/E
(x)

Yield
(%)

03/15

406.9

27.7

25.8

0.0

7.8

0.0

03/16

410.6

24.8

23.0

0.0

8.7

0.0

03/17e

459.7

24.0

23.1

0.0

8.7

0.0

03/18e

501.4

28.0

26.8

0.0

7.5

0.0

Note: *PBT and EPS are normalised, excluding amortisation of acquired intangibles, exceptional items and share-based payments.

Strong trading and customer recruitment at Express

Express Gifts continued its strong H2 performance with like-for-like sales growth of 14% (H1: 11.8%). Product sales were up c 16% (H1:12%). Customer recruitment repaid the company’s focus with spectacular 21% growth in the last 13 weeks on top of 13% for the first three quarters. This bodes very well for volumes in FY18. Education did not sustain the improvement noted in January; it ended c 4% down in like-for-like revenue. Core net debt reduced to £80m, £6m down on the year.

Currency impact on FY17 forecasts only

As a result of the lower margins caused by US dollar product purchases in H2, we downgrade our pre-tax forecasts by 6% for FY17 only. As the indication for Express is that the revenue risk is on the upside, despite margin risk, we are leaving our FY18 pre-tax forecast unchanged at £28.0m, growth of 12%.

Increases in provisions

The provision for flawed financial products is increasing from £17.7m to £29m, following more detailed analysis. There is expected to be an approximately equal split between cash and account balance refunds. In addition there will be an £8m onerous lease provision for the Hyde premises following relocation of the head office to the Express office in Accrington.

Management changes

Phil Maudsley’s appointment as CEO indicates the strategic emphasis now is under the chairmanship of Ian Burke. Tim Kowalski, Group Finance Director for the last seven years, is standing down with expressions of gratitude from the Board.

Valuation:

Reflecting the direct cash element of the financial products provision, as well as reduced estimates for FY17, we revise our sum-of-the parts valuation from 265p to 236p. This represents an undemanding P/E multiple of 8.8x our FY18 earnings per share.

Post-close update

Express Gifts: Customer recruitment accelerates

Online value retailer Express Gifts, which is Findel’s largest business (c 90% FY18e EBIT), continued its strong performance throughout the second half of FY17, after a promising first 16 weeks reported in January. Total sales grew by 14% for a like-for-like 52-week period (H1: 11.8%) and within this product sales were up c 16% (H1: 12%).

The customer recruitment drive that has been a focus this year has been very successful. We noted in January that the number of customers had increased by 13% to 1.56m at the end of December. Since then growth has accelerated further, with 21% growth in the last 13 weeks. This bodes very well for volumes in the coming year.

As we explained in January, new customers do not buy enough in their first three months to cover Express’s costs to recruit them ie there is a profit drag from new customers that unwinds progressively. As second half customer recruitment has stepped up, this factor has increased. The Far East product that Express has needed to invest in customer recruitment has been at less favourable US dollar exchange rates, which has had an impact on second-half margins beyond management’s original expectations.

Education: Difficulties continue

The division reports continuing difficult market conditions with like-for-like (52-week) sales declining c 4% in FY17. This indicates that the improving sales trends that were seen in the first 16 weeks of the second half to January has not continued. As we reported in January, full-year cost benefits from the major warehouse consolidation project that was completed should be c £3m.

Increases in provisions

Findel has revisited its provision in respect of past flawed financial services products. After carrying out a detailed assessment of the customer database, it is increasing its overall provision estimate from £17.7m to £29m, an exceptional charge of £11.3m. The increase replaces an earlier assumption that the profile of refunds across the main flawed products would be the same. The refund exercise is expected to be completed over the next 18 months with an approximate equal split between cash and account balance refund. Refunds to customers to date total £4.3m.

The company will also make an £8m onerous lease provision for the former head office in Hyde, which has moved to Express Gifts’ office in Accrington. Findel Education continues to occupy part of the Hyde office and new tenants are being sought for the space vacated by the head office functions.

Management changes

Phil Maudsley’s appointment as CEO, having been Managing Director of Express Gifts for over 20 years, indicates where the strategic emphasis now is under the chairmanship of Ian Burke, who is moving to a conventional non-executive chairmanship. Tim Kowalski, Group Finance Director for the last seven years, is standing down with expressions of gratitude and good wishes from the Board. Pending recruitment of his successor Stuart Caldwell (previously Group Financial Controller) will serve as Acting Chief Financial Officer.

Net cash improvement

Net bank debt has reduced further since the December figure of £81.8m, and is now expected to be c £80m, which compares with £85.6m at end March 2016 and is c £5m lower than we were expecting. This is despite the higher working capital requirement that has been necessary for Express Gifts' customer recruitment drive.

Estimates: Margins drive short-term reduction only

As a result of the lower margins caused by product purchases denominated in US dollars in the second half, Findel indicates that FY17 pre-tax profit is likely to be slightly below the consensus range of pre-tax profit estimates. It defines that range as £25.5-26.0m. We were already at the bottom of that range and we are downgrading our pre-tax forecast from £25.5m to £24m.

The company continues to be watchful on input pricing in relation to foreign exchange rates, but the indication for Express at the moment is that the revenue risk is on the upside. As a result we are leaving our FY18 pre-tax forecast unchanged at £28.0m.

Exhibit 1: Changes to estimates

EPS (p)

PBT (£m)

EBITDA (£m)

Old

New

% chg

Old

New

% chg

Old

New

% chg

03/17e

24.5

23.1

-5.7%

25.5

24.0

-5.9%

44.6

43.1

-3.4%

03/18e

26.8

26.8

0.0%

28.0

28.0

0.0%

48.1

48.1

0.0%

Source: Edison Investment Research

Valuation

As the company has now guided on the full year result for FY17, we refer both to FY17 and FY18 forecasts and ratings within our sum of the parts valuation (except for Education, which we already valued based on FY18e).

We are reducing our valuation from 265p to 236p, as a result of three factors:

1.

Our earnings forecast reductions described above;

2.

Reduction in the rating of our reference stock N Brown for FY17 and FY18. We use N Brown’s P/E ratio discounted by the dividend yield to reflect the absence of a dividend at Findel;

3.

Inclusion of the estimated cash effect of the financial products provision. This is estimated by the company as half the total provision of £29m. The cash element represents those customers who no longer have active accounts, to whom the company will need to make cash refunds. Other customers who have existing accounts will be offered incentives designed to increase their business and so mitigate the effect.

We do not reflect the onerous leases provision in our valuation as our forecasts already reflect actual rents payable.

The improvement of net debt from December’s £81.8m to £80m has a minor effect on our valuation.

Exhibit 2: Sum-of-the-parts valuation

£'000s

Basis

Metric

Multiple

Value

Express (incl securitisation facility)

NOPAT FY17

26,249

8.7

228,740

NOPAT FY18

27,709

9.0

248,949

Average

238,844

Education

Estimated FY18 EBITDA

9,482

8.0

76,655

FASL

NOPAT FY17

(459)

8.7

(4,004)

NOPAT FY18

(478)

9.0

(4,293)

Average

(4,148)

Enterprise value

311,351

Core net debt

December 2016 via Q3 trading update

(80,000)

Pension deficit

Interim balance sheet 30 September 2016

(12,846)

Cash provisions on financial products

50% of provision

(14,500)

Equity value

204,005

Number of shares

86,443

SOTP value per share (p)

236p

Source: Edison Investment Research

Our valuation of 236p would equate to a P/E ratio of 10.2x for FY17e falling to 8.8x for FY18e, which is scarcely demanding.

Economic concerns remain on the impact of inflation, caused mainly by adverse exchange rates, on consumers’ disposable incomes. However, the consumer has demonstrated remarkable resilience to date, and the recently introduced Living Wage regulation is likely to have a favourable effect on disposable incomes. At the same time this and business rates increases are likely to adversely affect the cost base of terrestrial retailers. Findel is demonstrating success in growing its customer base which is encouraging to our expectations of earnings growth in the year ahead.

Exhibit 3: Financial summary

£'000s

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017e

2018e

March

IFRS

IFRS

IFRS

IFRS

IFRS

IFRS

PROFIT & LOSS

Revenue

 

 

491,233

402,200

406,930

410,601

459,677

501,363

Cost of Sales

(254,481)

(265,468)

(215,146)

(213,479)

(240,972)

(264,197)

Gross Profit

236,752

136,732

191,784

197,122

218,705

237,166

EBITDA

 

 

31,999

43,320

45,136

41,758

43,101

48,112

Operating Profit (before amort. and except.)

 

26,787

39,224

41,686

37,264

37,075

42,026

Intangible Amortisation

(2,621)

(2,848)

(3,029)

(2,348)

(1,930)

(2,027)

Operating profit pre exc post intang amortisation

24,166

36,376

38,657

34,916

35,145

39,999

Exceptionals

(11,031)

(16,928)

(27,036)

(25,458)

(3,167)

0

Other/share based payments

(1,847)

(1,698)

(861)

(239)

(1,000)

(1,000)

Operating Profit

11,288

17,750

10,760

9,219

30,978

38,999

Net Interest

(10,523)

(9,876)

(10,097)

(9,901)

(10,131)

(10,995)

Financial exceptional items

(283)

(472)

(136)

(998)

735

0

Profit Before Tax (norm)

 

 

11,796

24,802

27,699

24,776

24,013

28,004

Profit Before Tax (FRS 3)

 

 

482

7,402

527

(1,680)

21,581

28,004

Tax

1,103

(1,857)

(5,323)

91

(4,264)

(5,881)

Profit After Tax (norm)

12,130

22,563

21,994

19,785

19,943

23,123

Profit After Tax (FRS 3)

2,890

2,219

(25,261)

(10,196)

17,317

22,123

Average Number of Shares Outstanding (m)

84.8

84.8

85.2

86.1

86.3

86.3

EPS - normalised (p)

 

 

14.3

23.7

25.8

23.0

23.1

26.8

EPS - normalised and fully diluted (p)

 

12.1

19.9

22.2

20.3

20.4

23.6

EPS - (IFRS) (p)

 

 

3.4

2.6

(29.7)

(11.8)

20.1

25.6

Dividend per share (p)

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Gross Margin (%)

48.2

34.0

47.1

48.0

47.6

47.3

EBITDA Margin (%)

6.5

10.8

11.1

10.2

9.4

9.6

Operating Margin (before GW and except.) (%)

5.5

9.8

10.2

9.1

8.1

8.4

BALANCE SHEET

Fixed Assets

 

 

140,839

133,047

94,428

92,927

98,706

99,594

Intangible Assets

100,892

90,337

50,217

47,322

47,638

50,611

Tangible Assets

31,329

34,644

35,070

41,423

43,041

40,955

Investments

8,618

8,066

9,141

4,182

8,028

8,028

Current Assets

 

 

327,016

301,960

328,250

321,279

335,278

366,950

Stocks

58,896

64,406

65,405

53,472

60,669

66,339

Debtors

210,234

213,284

224,375

229,848

263,120

295,418

Cash

34,023

24,270

38,470

34,405

9,964

3,668

Other

23,863

0

0

3,554

1,525

1,525

Current Liabilities

 

 

(86,941)

(82,861)

(82,340)

(76,191)

(82,444)

(86,879)

Creditors

(86,941)

(82,861)

(82,340)

(75,673)

(81,912)

(86,347)

Short term borrowings

0

0

0

(518)

(532)

(532)

Long Term Liabilities

 

 

(280,443)

(240,498)

(257,628)

(259,140)

(263,514)

(274,346)

Long term borrowings

(259,176)

(231,223)

(245,021)

(250,569)

(245,252)

(255,252)

Other long term liabilities

(21,267)

(9,275)

(12,607)

(8,571)

(18,262)

(19,094)

Net Assets

 

 

100,471

111,648

82,710

78,875

88,027

105,318

CASH FLOW

Operating Cash Flow

 

 

26,500

26,097

19,250

8,889

2,120

9,580

Net Interest

(10,000)

(9,482)

(9,938)

(9,549)

(9,709)

(10,995)

Tax

(1,761)

(998)

(1,396)

(2,494)

(4,000)

(5,881)

Capex

(8,259)

(11,831)

(10,269)

(15,940)

(9,927)

(9,000)

Acquisitions/disposals

0

15,461

1,720

11,115

2,318

0

Financing

0

0

(500)

0

0

0

Dividends

0

0

0

0

0

0

Net Cash Flow

6,480

19,247

(1,133)

(7,979)

(19,198)

(16,295)

Opening net debt/(cash)

 

 

230,659

226,168

206,953

206,551

216,682

235,820

HP finance leases initiated

0

0

0

0

0

0

Other

(1,989)

(32)

1,535

(2,152)

60

(0)

Closing net debt/(cash)

 

 

226,168

206,953

206,551

216,682

235,820

252,116

Source: Company accounts, Edison Investment Research

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Level 12, Office 1205

95 Pitt Street, Sydney

NSW 2000, Australia

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