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Tuesday, May 14, 2024

AIMS APAC REIT's 2H FY24 Result Review

Basic Profile & Key Statistics

Key Indicators

Performance Highlight
Gross revenue and NPI saw a YoY uptick, driven by increased rentals and recoveries. Despite this, distributions to unitholders remained steady, as management opted to receive more management fees in cash. Meanwhile, DPU faced a notable decline, impacted by the enlarged unitholder base from the mid-2023 equity fundraising.

Rental Reversion
Rental reversion for 4Q and FY is at 31.7% and 24.3% respectively.

Asset Enhancement Initiatives
There are 2 ongoing AEIs, which are expected to commence lease by Q1 FY26 and Q3 FY 25 respectively.

Related Parties Shareholding

The REIT manner and directors of the REIT manager hold a relatively high proportion of shares, while the REIT sponsor holds a relatively low proportion.

Lease Profile

The WALE is long and the lease expiry is well spread. However, the weighted average land lease expiry is short.

Debt Profile

The gearing ratio is low. However, the adjusted interest coverage ratio and unsecured debt proportion are also low. Additionally, there is a high proportion of perpetual securities and a concentration of debt maturity in FY2027. 

Diversification Profile

The portfolio shows diversification in terms of sector and property but concentration in terms of geography and tenants.

Key Financial Metrics

Overall key metrics fall within the median range, with the property yield relatively high.

DPU Breakdown
  • TTM Distribution Breakdown:
    • 95.1% from Operation
    • 4.9% from Management Fees Paid in Units


  • Uptrend: Committed Occupancy
  • Flat: NAV per Unit
  • Slight Downtrend: DPU from Operation, Property Yield
  • Downtrend: Adjusted Interest Coverage Ratio, Operating Distributable Income on Capital, Operating Distributable Income Margin

Relative Valuation

  • Dividend Yield - Below -1SD for 1y; Average for 3y & 5y
  • P/NAV - Above +1SD for 1y; Average for 3y & 5y

Author's Opinion

Compared to the previous half-year, gross revenue, NPI, and distributions to unitholders have increased. There's been a slight improvement in DPU, primarily due to the release of retention from 1H FY24. As for debt, note that 14.5% is due to mature in 3Q FY25.

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