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EQS-News CPI PROPERTY GROUP publishes financial results for Q3 2022

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CPI PROPERTY GROUP publishes financial results for Q3 2022

30.11.2022 / 20:23 CET/CEST
The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.


CPI Property Group
(société anonyme)
40, rue de la Vallée
L-2661 Luxembourg
R.C.S. Luxembourg: B 102 254                                                                                                                             


Press Release - Corporate News

Luxembourg, 30 November 2022


CPI PROPERTY GROUP publishes financial results for Q3 2022

CPI PROPERTY GROUP (hereinafter “CPIPG”, the “Company” or together with its subsidiaries the “Group”), a leading owner of income-generating European real estate, hereby publishes unaudited financial results for the nine-month period ended 30 September 2022.

“CPIPG’s results reflect much of the positive impact from our acquisitions in 2022,” said Martin Nemecek, CEO. “The combined Group’s power to generate income is truly amazing, which reflects the quality of our assets, markets, tenants, and local teams.”

Highlights for the third quarter of 2022 include:

  • CPIPG’s property portfolio was €21.2 billion (vs. €13.1 billion at year-end 2021) as the Group consolidated the property portfolios of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO, partially offset by disposals of more than €700 million during the first three quarters of 2022. Total assets reached €23.7 billion.
  • Income statement figures (gross and net rental income, hotel income, etc.) include seven months contribution from IMMOFINANZ and three months contribution from S IMMO due to the dates of consolidation.
  • Gross rental income was €529 million (+79% vs. Q3 2021), net rental income was €441 million (+67%) and consolidated adjusted EBITDA was €437 million (+61%) driven by acquisitions, stable occupancy at 93.3% and a strong 7.9% like-for-like growth in gross rental income.
  • The Group believes we have the potential to achieve €1 billion in revenues in 2022. As of H1 2022, total contracted rent was €865 million.
  • Hotels reported a net income of €34 million (similar to the same period in 2019) because of a strong recovery in demand and improvement in operational performance.
  • Net business income rose to €479 million (+70% vs. Q3 2021) while FFO was €280 million (+34%).
  • EPRA NRV (NAV) grew by 22% to €8.6 billion.
  • Total liquidity was €2 billion, including €915 million of undrawn revolving credit facilities.
  • Net Loan-to-Value (LTV) increased to 48.6%, reflecting cash spent on acquisitions in Q3. The Group’s current top priority is to reduce LTV via disposals and other possible measures.
  • Net ICR stood at 3.4x.
  • Unencumbered assets decreased to 54%, reflecting the high proportion of secured debt at IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO.

“The Group is highly focused on preserving liquidity, reducing leverage and making disposals, but we realise the process could take 12 to 24 months depending on the market,” said David Greenbaum, CFO. “The good news is that CPIPG continues to obtain attractive bank financing and execute significant sales despite a tough market backdrop.”

Notable Events Occurring during and after Q3

In September, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed in total the judgement of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, dismissing the lawsuit filed in April 2019 against CPIPG, Radovan Vitek (the “CPIPG Defendants”), and other parties. The lawsuit concerned a group of Kingstown companies, Investhold LTD and Verali Limited (together, the “Kingstown Plaintiffs”) who filed a claim against the CPIPG Defendants and other parties alleging violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”) in the United States. The Court of Appeals considered the Kingstown Plaintiffs’ arguments and found them without merit.

In November, CPIPG refinanced and upsized a portion of our €750 million secured bank loan in Berlin, which matures in 2024. The new loan was signed for €515 million, with an additional €200 million of proceeds received, and matures in 2029. The loan was concluded with the existing lender (BerlinHyp) at terms similar to the original loan in 2017.

Secured bank loans remains available across CPIPG’s core markets at pricing which is hundreds of basis points tighter than the unsecured bond markets. Because of CPIPG’s proactive approach to refinancing in past years, we are confident that debt maturities in 2023 and 2024 can be managed via cash flow, bank financing, and disposals.

On 21 November, CPIPG announced the results of the additional acceptance period for the S IMMO tender offer, wherein we achieved a final direct and indirect stake equal to 88.37% of the share capital of S IMMO. Together with the acquisition of IMMOFINANZ (of which CPIPG owns 76.87%), the Group achieved our strategic objective of creating one of Europe’s largest landlords, owning the best real estate platforms in Central and Eastern Europe.

The purchase of S IMMO shares was funded via CPIPG’s bridge financings, which have final maturity dates in H1 2025. The current bridge balance is approximately €1.65 billion. CPIPG expects to repay the bridge primarily via disposals, along with bank financing. In total, CPIPG spent €3.4 billion to purchase our stakes in IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO, of which €2.7 billion was funded with bridge drawings. About €925 million of the bridges have already been repaid via capital markets transactions, secured loans and disposals.

In November, CPIPG conducted our annual distribution via share buybacks, but reduced the payout ratio from 65% to 55% of FFO 1.

Since H1 results were announced at the end of August, CPIPG made further significant progress on the disposal pipeline, closing sales with gross proceeds exceeding €300 million. Net proceeds from the €300 million of sales (after repayment of associated secured debt) were approximately €190 million.              

The Group’s disposal pipeline still exceeds €2 billion, excluding the recent successful closed disposals. Currently, more than half of our disposal pipeline has received letters of intent from one or more buyers outlining the transaction parameters. A meaningful portion of these transactions are in advanced stages of due diligence and documentation, and the Group hopes to announce additional significant disposals before year-end and during Q1 2023.

 

 

FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS*

 

Performance   Q1-Q3 2022 Q1-Q3 2021 Change
         
Gross rental income € million 520 291 79.0%
Net rental income € million 441 265 66.5%
Net hotel income € million 34 10 252.8%
Total revenues € million 885 474 86.7%
Net business income € million 479 282 69.6%
         
Consolidated adjusted EBITDA € million 437 272 60.6%
Funds from operations (FFO) € million 280 208 34.4%
         
Net profit for the period € million 977 801 22.0 %
         
     
           
Assets   30-Sep 2022 31-Dec 2021 Change
         
Total assets € million 23,723 14,369 65.1%
Property portfolio € million 21,172 13,119 61.4%
Gross leasable area sqm 6,759,000 3,667,000 84.3%
Occupancy % 93.3 93.8 (0.5 p.p.)
Like-for-like gross rental growth* % 7.9 3.3 4.6 p.p.
         
Total number of properties** No. 888 367 142.0%
Total number of residential units No. 17,233 11,755 46.6%
Total number of hotel rooms*** No. 7,992 7,025 13.8%
         
* Based on gross rent, excluding one-time discounts, CPIPG standalone
** Excluding residential properties in the Czech Republic
*** Including hotels operated, but not owned by the Group
 
   
           
Financing structure   30-Sep 2022 31-Dec 2021 Change
         
Total equity € million 9,949 7,695 29.3%
EPRA NRV (NAV) € million 8,554 7,039 21.5%
         
Net debt € million 10,282 4,682 119.6%
Net Loan-to-value ratio (Net LTV) % 48.6 35.7 12.9 p.p.
Net debt/EBITDA x 17.6x 12.7x 4.9x
Secured consolidated leverage ratio % 18.1 9.8 8.3 p.p.
Secured debt to total debt % 37.6 27.0 10.6 p.p.
Unencumbered assets to total assets % 54.4 70.4 (16.0 p.p.)
Unencumbered assets to unsecured debt % 182 267 (85 p.p.)
Net ICR x 3.4x 4.6x (1.2x)

* Income statement figures (GRI, NRI, net hotel income, net business income etc.) include seven months contribution from IMMOFINANZ and three months contribution from S IMMO due to the dates of consolidation.


CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INTERIM INCOME STATEMENT*

  Nine-month period ended
(€ million) 30 September 2022 30 September 2021
Gross rental income 520.1 290.6 
Service charge and other income 208.6 93.7 
Cost of service and other charges (185.9) (74.4) 
Property operating expenses (101.4) (44.8) 
Net rental income
 
441.4 265.1 
Development sales 0.4 12.1 
Development operating expenses (0.5) (9.3) 
Net development income (0.1) 2.8 
Hotel revenue 116.1 47.8 
Hotel operating expenses (82.1) (38.2) 
Net hotel income
Revenues from other business operations
34.0 9.6 
Other business revenue 39.8 29.9 
Other business operating expenses (36.4) (25.1) 
Net other business income 3.4 4.8 
Total revenues 885.0 474.1 
Total direct business operating expenses (406.3) (191.8) 
Net business income 478.7 282.3 
Net valuation gain 298.0 790.7 
Net gain on disposal of investment property and subsidiaries 39.5 1.2 
Amortization, depreciation and impairment (59.5) (22.4) 
Administrative expenses (91.5) (40.1) 
Other operating income 292.3 4.7 
Other operating expenses (5.0) (3.7) 
Operating result 952.5 1,012.7 
Interest income 9.5 16.4 
Interest expense (136.6) (69.0) 
Other net financial result 225.6 1.1 
Net finance income/ (costs) 98.5 (51.5) 
Share of gain of equity-accounted investees (net of tax) 33.1 3.9 
Profit before income tax 1,084.1 965.1 
Income tax expense (107.3) (164.2) 
Net profit from continuing operations 976.8 800.9 

* The presented financial statements do not represent a full set of interim financial statements as if prepared in accordance with IAS 34

 

 

Gross rental income

Gross rental income increased by €229.5 million (79.0%) to €520.1 million in Q1-Q3 2022 primarily due to rental income generated by IMMOFINANZ (€163.7 million) and S IMMO (€38.4 million), the contribution of other acquisitions, and strong like-for-like growth.

Property operating expenses

In Q1-Q3 2022, property operating expenses increased by €56.6 million to €101.4 million primarily due to the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO.

Net hotel income

In Q1-Q3 2022, hotel revenues increased by €24.4 million to €34.0 million due to the recovery in travel demand and the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions after Q1 2022.

Net gain on disposal of investment property and subsidiaries

Net gain on the disposal of investment property and subsidiaries of €39.5 million resulted from sales of certain Czech subsidiaries and other investment property.

Amortization, depreciation and impairment

Amortization, depreciation and impairment increased by €37.1 million to €59.5 million in Q1-Q3 2022 due to impairment of receivables of €20.6 million, which are largely driven by the full write-off of purchase price receivables (€12.9 million) from Russia by IMMMOFINANZ.  Impairments of property, plant and equipment (€6.0 million) which were negative in H1 2021 (release of impairment of €10.8 million).

Administrative expenses

In Q1-Q3 2022, administrative expenses increased by €51.4 million to €91.5 million primarily relating to IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO acquisitions (€37.3 million and €2.8 million, respectively) including associated one-off costs.

Other operating income 

In Q1-Q3 2022, other operating income represented primarily bargain purchases resulting from the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO for a total of €285.9 million.

Interest expense

Interest expense increased by €67.6 million to €136.6 million in Q1-Q3 2022 due to the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO (€43.7 million and €6.9 million, respectively) and an increase in the volume of bonds issued (€17.0 million).

Other net financial result

In Q1-Q3 2022, other net financial result of €225.6 million reflects predominantly the changes in the fair values of financial derivatives (gain of €181.6 million) and foreign exchange gains.

 

 

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED INTERIM STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION*

(€ million) 30 September 2022 31 December 2021
NON-CURRENT ASSETS    
Intangible assets and goodwill 115.7 114.0
Investment property 18,765.2 10,275.8
Property, plant and equipment 1,163.9 854.6
Deferred tax assets 174.7 164.1
Equity accounted investees 722.4 1,216.1
Other non-current assets 573.0 338.0
Total non-current assets 21,514.9 12,962.6
CURRENT ASSETS    
Inventories 27.0 11.8
Trade receivables 156.0 105.7
Cash and cash equivalents 1,080.6 501.8
Assets linked to assets held for sale 551.1 588.5
Other current assets 393.6 198.6
Total current assets 2,208.3 1,406.4
TOTAL ASSETS 23,723.2 14,369.0
EQUITY    
Equity attributable to owners of the Company 6,992.5 5,991.8
Perpetual notes 1,636.2 1,611.6
Non-controlling interests 1,320.3 91.2
Total equity 9,949.0 7,694.6
NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES    
Bonds issued 4,876.4
 
 
 
 
3,693.7
Financial debts 5,736.3 1,164.4
Deferred tax liabilities 1,749.8 1,082.4
Other non-current liabilities 192.2 96.2
Total non-current liabilities 12,554.7 6,036.7
CURRENT LIABILITIES    
Bonds issued 285.2 41.1
Financial debts 356.2 233.5
Trade payables 143.1 116.2
Other current liabilities 435.0 246.9
Total current liabilities 1,219.5 637.7
TOTAL EQUITY AND LIABILITIES 23,723.2 14,369.0

* The presented financial statements do not represent a full set of interim financial statements as if prepared in accordance with IAS 34

 

Total assets

Total assets increased by €9.4 billion (65%) to €23.7 billion as at 30 September 2022 compared to 31 December 2021. The increase was driven by the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO (investment property increased by €8.0 billion and cash and cash equivalents by €780 million), partly offset by a decrease in assets held for sale due to disposals in the period.

Total liabilities

Total liabilities increased by €7.1 billion (106%) to €13.8 billion as at 30 September 2022 compared to
31 December 2021, primarily due to the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO. The Group also drew two new bridge facilities with €1.5 billion outstanding at 30 September 2022.

Equity and EPRA NRV

Total equity increased from €7.7 billion as at 31 December 2021 to €9.9 billion as at 30 September 2022
(by €2.2 million). The movements of equity components were as follows:                   

  • Increase due to the profit for the period of €976.8 million (profit to the owners of €850.8 million);
  • Increase of non-controlling interests (NCI) by €1.8 billion through the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO;
  • Decrease in translation reserve of €38.4 million; and
  • Increase in revaluation, hedging and legal reserve of €60.4 million.

EPRA NRV was €8.6 million as at 30 September 2022, representing an increase of 21.5% compared to 31 December 2021. The increase of EPRA NRV was driven by the above changes in the Group’s equity attributable to the owners (increase of retained earnings, other reserves and decrease of translation reserve) and changes in deferred tax (primarily due to the acquisitions of IMMOFINANZ and S IMMO and revaluations).

 

  30 September 2022 31 December 2021
     
Equity attributable to the owners (NAV) 6,993 5,992
Diluted NAV 6,993 5,992
Revaluation of trading property and PPE - -
Fair value of financial instruments (134)  
Deferred tax on revaluations 1,738 1,090
Goodwill as a result of deferred tax (43) (43)
EPRA NRV (€ million) 8,554 7,039

 

GLOSSARY

 

Alternative Performance Measures (APM) Definition Rationale
Consolidated adjusted EBITDA Net business income as reported deducting administrative expenses as reported. This is an important economic indicator showing a business’s operating efficiency comparable to other companies, as it is unrelated to the Group’s depreciation and amortisation policy and capital structure or tax treatment. It is one of the fundamental indicators used by companies to set their key financial and strategic objectives.
Consolidated adjusted total assets Consolidated adjusted total assets is total assets as reported deducting intangible assets and goodwill as reported.  
EPRA Net Reinstatement Value (NRV) EPRA NRV assumes that entities never sell assets and aims to represent the value required to rebuild the entity. Makes adjustments to IFRS NAV to provide stakeholders with
the most relevant information on the fair value of the assets and
liabilities within a true real estate investment company with a
long-term investment strategy.
Funds from operations or FFO It is calculated as net profit for the period adjusted by non-cash revenues/expenses (like deferred tax, net valuation gain/loss, impairment, amortisation/depreciation, goodwill etc.) and non-recurring (both cash and non-cash) items. Calculation also excludes accounting adjustments for unconsolidated partnerships and joint ventures. Funds from operations provide an indication of core recurring earnings.
Net debt/EBITDA It is calculated as Net debt divided by Consolidated adjusted EBITDA. A measure of a company’s ability to pay its debt. This ratio measures the amount of income generated and available to pay down debt before covering interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation expenses.
Net ICR It is calculated as Consolidated adjusted EBITDA divided by a sum of interest income as reported and interest expense as reported. This measure is an important indicator of a firm´s ability to pay interest and other fixed charges from its operating performance, measured by EBITDA.
Net Loan-to-Value or Net LTV It is calculated as Net debt divided by fair value of Property Portfolio. Loan-to-value provides a general assessment of financing risk undertaken.
Secured consolidated leverage ratio Secured consolidated leverage ratio is a ratio of a sum of secured financial debts and secured bonds to Consolidated adjusted total assets. This measure is an important indicator of a firm´s financial flexibility and liquidity. Lower levels of secured debt typically also means lower levels of mortgage debt - properties that are free and clear of mortgages are sources of alternative liquidity via the issuance of property-specific mortgage debt, or even sales.
Secured debt to total debt It is calculated as a sum of secured bonds and secured financial debts as reported divided by a sum of bonds issued and financial debts as reported. This measure is an important indicator of a firm´s financial flexibility and liquidity. Lower levels of secured debt typically also means lower levels of mortgage debt - properties that are free and clear of mortgages are sources of alternative liquidity via the issuance of property-specific mortgage debt, or even sales.
Unencumbered assets to total assets It is calculated as total assets as reported less a sum of encumbered assets as reported divided by total assets as reported. This measure is an important indicator of a commercial real estate firm´s liquidity and flexibility. Properties that are free and clear of mortgages are sources of alternative liquidity via the issuance of property-specific mortgage debt, or even sales. The larger the ratio of unencumbered assets to total assets, the more flexibility a company generally has in repaying its unsecured debt at maturity, and the more likely that a higher recovery can be realized in the event of default.
Unencumbered assets to unsecured debt It is calculated as unencumbered assets as reported divided by a sum of unsecured bonds and unsecured financial debts as reported. This measure is an additional indicator of a commercial real estate firm’s liquidity and financial flexibility.

 

   
Non-financial definitions Definition
Company CPI Property Group S.A.
Property Portfolio value or PP value The sum of value of Property Portfolio owned by the Group
Gross Leasable Area or GLA Gross leasable area is the amount of floor space available to be rented. Gross leasable area is the area for which tenants pay rent, and thus the area that produces income for the property owner.
Group CPI Property Group S.A. together with its subsidiaries
Net debt Net debt is borrowings plus bank overdraft less cash and cash equivalents.
Occupancy Occupancy is a ratio of estimated rental value regarding occupied GLA and total estimated rental value, unless stated otherwise.
Property Portfolio Property Portfolio covers all properties and investees held by the Group, independent of the balance sheet classification, from which the Group incurs rental or other operating income.

 

APM RECONCILIATION*

EPRA NRV reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Equity attributable to owners of the company 6,993 5,992
Effect of exercise of options, convertibles and other equity interests  0  0
Diluted NAV, after the exercise of options, convertibles and other equity interests 6,993 5,992
Revaluation of trading property and property, plant and equipment 0 0
Fair value of financial instruments (134) 0
Deferred tax on revaluation 1,738 1,090
Goodwill as a result of deferred tax (43) (43)
EPRA NRV 8,554 7,039

 

Net LTV reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Financial debts 6,093 1,398
Bonds issued 5,162 3,735
Net debt linked to assets held for sale 108 51
Cash and cash equivalents (1,081) (502)
Net debt 10,282 4,682
Total property portfolio 21,172 13,119
Net LTV 48.6% 35.7%

 

Net ICR reconciliation (€ million) Q1-Q3 2022 FY 2021
Interest income 9 18
Interest expense (137) (97)
Consolidated adjusted EBITDA 437 368
Net Interest coverage ratio 3.4x 4.6x

 

Secured debt to total debt reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Secured bonds 0 0
Secured financial debts 4,278 1,398
Total debts 11,367 5,187
Secured debt to total debt 37.6% 27.0%

 

 

* Totals might not sum exactly due to rounding differences.

Unencumbered assets to total assets reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Bonds collateral 0 0
Bank loans collateral 10,811 4,255
Total assets 23,723 14,369
Unencumbered assets ratio 54.4% 70.4%

 

Consolidated adjusted EBITDA reconciliation (€ million)* Q1-Q3 2022 Q1-Q3 2021
Net business income 479 282
Administrative expenses (91) (40)
Other effects 50 30
Consolidated adjusted EBITDA 437 272

 

Funds from operations (FFO) reconciliation (€ million)* Q1-Q3 2022 Q1-Q3 2021
Net profit/(loss) for the period 977 801
Deferred income tax (77) (155)
Net valuation gain or loss on investment property 298 791
Net valuation gain or loss on revaluation of derivatives 182 2
Net gain or loss on disposal of investment property and subsidiaries 40 1
Net gain or loss on disposal of PPE/other assets (1) 0
Amortization, depreciation and impairments (60) (22)
Other non-cash items 76 11
GW/Bargain purchase 286 0
Other non-recurring items (47) (21)
Share on profit of equity accounted investees/JV adjustments 33 4
Other effects 32 17
Funds from operations 280 208

 

Secured consolidated leverage ratio reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Secured bonds 0 0
Secured financial debts 4,278 1,398
Consolidated adjusted total assets 23,607 14,255
Secured consolidated leverage ratio 18.1% 9.8%

 

Unencumbered assets to unsecured debt  reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Total assets 23,723 14,369
Bonds collateral 0 0
Bank loans collateral 10,811 4,255
Total debts 11,367 5,187
Secured bonds 0 0
Secured financial debts 4,278 1,398
Unencumbered assets to unsecured debt 182% 267%

 

* Includes pro-rata EBITDA/FFO for Q1-Q3 2022 and Q1-Q3 2021 of Equity accounted investees.
 

Property portfolio reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Investment property – Office 9,149 5,165
Investment property - Retail 4,737 2,351
Investment property - Residential 2,159 1,134
Investment property - Land bank 1,983 1,396
Investment property - Development 433 77
Investment property - Hotels rented 140 --
Investment property - Agriculture 112 109
Investment property - Other 29 22
Investment property - Industry & Logistics 24 22
Property, plant and equipment - Hospitality 1,032 757
Property, plant and equipment - Mountain resorts 40 51
Property, plant and equipment - Office 29 12
Property, plant and equipment - Residential 14 6
Property, plant and equipment - Agriculture 14 13
Property, plant and equipment - Retail 10 2
Property, plant and equipment - Other 7 1
Property, plant and equipment - Land bank 2 1
Property, plant and equipment - Hotels rented 1 --
Equity accounted investees 722 1,216
Other financial assets -- 199
Inventories – Other 9 --
Inventories – Land bank 6 2
Inventories - Development 2 2
Assets held for sale 516 581
Total 21,172 13,119

 

Net debt/EBITDA reconciliation (€ million) 30-Sep 22 31-Dec 21
Net debt 10,282 4,682
Net business income* 638 385
Administrative expenses* (122) (58)
Other effects* 67 41
Net debt/EBITDA 17.6x 12.7x

*Annualised.

 

For further information please contact:

Investor Relations

David Greenbaum
Chief Financial Officer
d.greenbaum@cpipg.com

 

Moritz Mayer
Manager, Capital Markets
m.mayer@cpipg.com

For more on CPI Property Group, visit our website: www.cpipg.com    

 



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Language: English
Company: CPI PROPERTY GROUP
40, rue de la Vallée
L-2661 Luxembourg
Luxemburg
Phone: +352 264 767 1
Fax: +352 264 767 67
E-mail: contact@cpipg.com
Internet: www.cpipg.com
ISIN: LU0251710041
WKN: A0JL4D
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