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Bloomberg   ALGAU FP
Engineering-Heavy Constr.  /  France  Web Site   |   Investors Relation
Pioneer in green-powered closed space mobility but troubled by operational scares
Upside 259%
Price (€) 0.23
Market Cap (€M) 10.1
Perf. 1W: -2.35%
Perf. 1M: -5.19%
Perf. 3M: -29.8%
Perf Ytd: -57.0%
10 day relative perf. to stoxx600: -2.22%
20 day relative perf. to stoxx600: -4.42%
Target Change06/08/2023

Updated forecasts post the H1 release and the impact of warrant issuance

Change in Target Price€ 2.96 vs 4.90-39.5%

Our target price goes down following downgrades across the DCF, NAV and peer based valuations. Recent dilution has been a major factor in this and, given that Gaussin will require funding to scale up manufacturing, future equity dilution cannot be ruled out and hence remains a key risk to consider.

Change in EPS2023 : € 0.03 vs 0.28-89.9%
2024 : € 0.11 vs 0.43-74.0%

We have updated our share count forecasts for the company following the drawing of an equity line converting into 7m new shares. Additionally, we have also updated our operational forecasts for the company following the release of its first semester figures. Based on these figures we now expect profitability to be lower than initially expected and that improving margins will now take longer. The reasons for this are the slower ramp-up of current production and ongoing raw material inflation. Consequently, we have cut our 2023 EBITDA forecast from €20.9m to €2.5m and 2024 EBITDA from €28.7m to €6.2m.

Change in NAV€ 5.30 vs 6.62-20.0%

While we haven't materially updated our valuation of the assets within the company, the bulk of the revision in our NAV comes from the higher share count as Gaussin resorts to equity line financing. Moreover, with Gaussin aiming to scale up its production, the immediate need for working capital and capex will lead to an increase in net debt by c.€10m. This accounts for the remainder of the revision in our NAV.

Change in DCF€ 4.58 vs 7.71-40.7%

Our DCF valuation comes down due to three reasons. Firstly, our reduced profitability forecasts which result in lower FCF. Secondly, a change in the revenue and EBITDA growth rate in the out years from 8% to 5.5%. And thirdly, the dilution coming from a higher share count.


23 Oct 23 Shareholding structure
CSG could take the wheel

08 Aug 23 Earnings/sales releases
The H1 results were below expectations but the...

03 Feb 23 Initiation cov.
Greening up transport in closed spaces