Quick update on Ranhill Holdings Berhad (a Malaysian conglomerate with interests in power and environment sectors). It has since dropped to RM0.965 from its initial IPO price of RM1.20 per share.
At current price of RM0.965, Ranhill may be trading at implied forward dividend yield of approximately 6.5%, which is a decent yield supported by a stable cashflow profile from its long term concessions. Our desktop analysis is summarised as follows:
Note on projections & assumptions:
- Normalised PAT for FY15 to exclude non-recurring costs relating to initial public offering / RTO exercises;
- Assume a lower revenue y-o-y growth rate and PAT margin rate for FY16
*Update*: investors should take note of the on-going negotiation between the Company and its Corporate Guarantors relating to its existing Sukuk programme (shown below). Once the proposed debt-to-equity ratio / covenant has been approved, hopefully we will see more light in terms of future dividend payments by the Company.
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