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Saturday, August 29, 2020

IREIT Global Analysis @ 29 August 2020

Basic Profile & Key Statistics

IREIT Global (IREIT) invests in office properties in Europe. Its portfolio comprises of 5 properties in Germany and 4 in Spain.


Lease Profile

Occupancy is healthy at 95.7%. WALE is short at 3.7 years where the highest lease expiry of 35.1% falls in FY2024. All of IREIT properties are freehold.


Debt Profile

Gearing ratio is slightly high at 39%. Cost of debt is low at 1.8%. Fixed-rate debt % is slightly high at 86.3%. All of IREIT debts are secured debt. Interest cover ratio is high at 7.4 times. WADE is long at 5 years where the highest debt maturity of 86.2% falls in the year 2026, still quite some years away.


Diversification Profile

Top geographical and top property contributions are the same at 34.5%. It is low in terms of geographical but high in terms of property. Top tenant and top 10 tenants are high at 47% and 94.1%.


Key Financial Metrics

Property yield is moderate at 5.4%. Management fee is competitive in which unitholders receive S$ 9 distribution for every dollar paid. Distribution on capital and distribution margin are high at 4% & 63.6% respectively.


Related Parties Shareholding

As compared to SREITs median, sponsor and directors of REIT manager holding higher stake while manager never holds any units. Manager's fee is 100% paid in shares, but most of the time manager sold all of its shareholdings within the same quarter upon receipt.


Trend

IREIT distribute 100% of distributable income from listed to 4Q 2016 and reduced to 90% since 2017. If we look at after 2017, DPU and distribution margin dropped slightly while NAV is on uptrend.


Relative Valuation

i) Average Dividend Yield  - Average yield at 7.98%, apply the past 4 quarters DPU of 5.56 cents will get S$ 0.695. 

ii) Average Price/NAV - Average value is at 1.06, apply the latest NAV of S$ 0.855 will get S$ 0.905.


Author's Opinion

FavorableLess Favorable
100% Freehold PropertiesWALE
Cost of DebtConcentrated Lease Expiry
Interest Cover RatioUnsecured Debt
WADETop Property Weightage
Top Geographical WeightageTop Tenant & Top 10 Tenants Weightage
Management Fee
Distribution on Capital
Distribution Margin 
NAV per Unit Uptrend

IREIT 1H performance is not affected by COVID. Together with the latest result announcement, IREIT has proposed to acquire the remaining 60% stake in Spanish properties. This proposed acquisition is to be funded by rights issues where part of the proceeds would be used to repay €32.0m loan from CDL. From the illustrative pro-forma financial effect, gearing would reduce to 35%, DPU would drop 18.9% and NAV per Unit would drop 14.5%. Manager will announces more detail together with EGM notice to get approval for this acquisition anytime soon as the the target completion is in 4Q 2020.

 

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