Monadelphous Group Limited (MND)



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General Information
Company Name: Monadelphous Group Limited
Stock Code: MND
Website: www.monadelphous.com.au
GICS Sub-Industry: Construction & Engineering
Market Cap ($M): 852
Equiv. Shares (M): 93

Current Price Data+
Current Price Open High Low Last Close Volume Price Movement
 $ 9.140 $ 9.300 $ 9.390 $ 9.120 $ 9.320 494,471 $ -0.180  -1.931 %

Current Broker Consensus Recommendation more
Recommendation: Sell (3.6)
Recommendation Date: 16th Apr 2015
Brokers Surveyed: 5

Company Overview

Business Description:
Monadelphous Group Limited (MND) is an Australian engineering group providing construction, maintenance and industrial services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors throughout Australia. MND has two divisions including Engineering Construction and Maintenance and Industrial Services. MND is headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, with a major office in Brisbane, Queensland the company has facilities, workshops and projects across Australia, China and Papua New Guinea.

Strategy Analysis:
Monadelphous strategic objective is to establish a resilient business through economic cycles with the ability to deliver quality earnings growth by the provision of contracting services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. Diversification into the infrastructure sector is a well-considered strategy, which could eventually help to insulate it from an inevitable downturn in resource and energy project work. Engineering and construction contracting work prospects remain positive with a healthy forward work load combined with strengthening resources and energy project pipelines, should ensure high levels of tendering activity in the short term. But long term future growth is highly dependent on increasing levels of resource and energy sector activity and the flow of projects. Customers ultimately maintain strong bargaining power over Mondelphous due to an ability to substitute contractors. Monadelphous Group reported NPAT up 37.54% to $79.1m for the half-year ended 31 December 2012. Revenues from ordinary activities were $1.29bn, up 46.16% from the same period last year. This result has been driven by an extraordinary surge in construction work. Diluted EPS was 86.9 cents compared to 64.3 cents last year. Net operating cash flow was $43.35m compared to $68.41m last year. The interim dividend declared was 62 cents compared with 50 cents last year. Looking beyond the current financial year, after two consecutive years of growth of more than 30%, 2013/14 is currently anticipated to be a period of consolidation in which the achievement of any revenue growth will be challenging.


Financial Summary
Year to Jun NPAT EPS EPS chg (%) PER DPS Yield (%) Franking (%)
2016  F 92.2 100.1 -17.6 9.1 75.0 8.2 100.0
2015  F 111.9 121.4 -19.3 7.5 92.0 10.1 100.0
2014  A 138.7 150.5 -11.8 11.5 123.0 7.1 100.0
Source: Morningstar analyst estimates.

Peer Comparison
EPS Growth (%) P/E (%) Dividend Yield (%)
Company Mkt Cap 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F
Cardno (CDD) $571 M -0.0527 -0.2942 -0.0820 6.8168 9.6585 10.5215 10.43 7.32 6.74
Leighton (LEI) $7,000 M -- -- 0.0683 -- 14.6656 13.7281 6.04 4.21 4.43
Monadelphous (MND) $869 M -0.1184 -0.2181 -0.1924 6.1993 7.9285 9.8178 13.20 9.80 8.67
RCR Tomlinson (RCR) $239 M 0.1861 -0.1890 0.0439 5.1917 6.4012 6.1319 5.81 5.99 6.40
UGL (UGL) $274 M -0.1853 -0.3492 -0.1162 3.6491 5.6067 6.3440 0.00 0.00 1.03

Market Comparison
Earnings P/E Ratio P/B Ratio P/E Growth P/S Ratio
MND 0.68 7.36 2.34 10.00 0.36
Market 0.91 16.4 1.30 2.38 1.62
Sector 0.72 8.87 0.77 10.00 0.35

Directors
Name Position Start Date
Mr Calogero (John) Giovanni Battista Rubino Executive Chairman 18 January 1991
Mr Robert Velletri Managing Director 26 August 1992
Mr Peter Dempsey Non-Executive Director 30 May 2003
Mr Christopher Percival Michelmore Non-Executive Director 01 October 2007
Mr Dietmar Voss Non-Executive Director 10 March 2014

Management
Name Position
Philip Trueman Company Secretary
D. Foti Executive General Manager, Engineering Construction
A. Erdash Executive General Manager, Maintenance & Industrial Services
Kristy Glasgow Financial Controller,Company Secretary

Substantial Shareholders
Holding Name
10,190,835 (10.98%) BlackRock Group

Calendar of Events
Date Event
16 February 2016 Report (Interim)
16 October 2015 Report (Annual)
18 August 2015 Report (Prelim)
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