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Performance measurement comprises several metrics and applications used as a benchmark in business sectors for both internal and external users. For managers, it expresses whether company’s targets are reached and as a way of evaluating risks and returns for shareholders. A variety of performance measures are utilized to almost every operational process, and the area is rather vast. Therefore, the aim of the study is to find out what kinds of financial tools are better linked to market value. The result of the study shows that financial measures appear to be favorable measures for companies providing relevant and meaningful information to shareholders. Especially, return on investment (ROI) and earnings are significantly relevant to market value, while the superiority of EVA still remains unclear. Above all, companies still prefer traditional financial measures to other financial tools.
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TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF FINANCIAL LEVERAGE ON THE BANKING PERFORMANCE OF UK
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Background of the study.
The following research is aimed towards the effects of financial leverage on the banking performance of UK. In the contemporary business world, the corporate structure is known as one of the issues that are considered to be very puzzling in the literature of corporate finance (Ku and Yen, 2016). The concept of the capital structure is known as such a concept in which the debt and equity are regarded as the strategic choice for the managers of the organization, specifically in the banking sector. The decision of capital structure is considered to be an important decision for the managerial role as it influences the return and risk of the shareholders. The capital structure decision mainly affects the market value of the share and the banks would have to plan that capital structure at the initial phase at the time of inception (Afolabi et al., 2019).
Principally, whenever there are funds which need to be raised for the financial investment purposes, there is an involvement of the capital structure decision. In the banking sector, it is analysed that there is a need of the debt and equity for financing the investments and in this process, the preference shares are also used (Bhayani and Ajmera, 2018). Financial leverage is known as the ratio of the fixed charge sources for funding like preference shares for the equity of the owners and the debt in the capital structure. The decisions that are related to the financial leverage is considered as very important as the performance of the organization is mainly affected by the such decisions, hence, the financial managers in the banking sector should perform their duties with the cautions and the focus over the decisions regarding the debt-equity mix (Ku and Yen, 2016). Thus, the study had been directed for exploring the influence of the financial leverage on the performance of the banking industry in the UK.
Aims and Objectives of the study
The main aim of conducting this research is to evaluate and measure the effects of financial leverage on the performance of the banking industry in the UK. The objectives that are focused in the study plays a major role in order to achieve the aim of the study in a respective manner. The objectives designed for the study had been presented below:
- To study the concept and significance of financial leverage
- To identify factors affecting the performance of an organisation
- To evaluate the impact of financial leverage on the banking performance of the UK
- To provide recommendations on the improvisation of banking performance through financial leverage in the UK.
The design which is followed in order to conduct the study mainly reflects the nature of the study which is mostly categorized in two types that are qualitative and quantitative research design (Kumar, 2019). For the research, the quantitative research design is followed in which data would be tested by using mathematical and statistical tests. By relying on the existing studies, it is investigated that most of the studies have been conducted over the same topic by using a quantitative research design that is why this method is used for the study. For the study, the primary data is collected through questionnaire, interviews and observations which mostly comprise of new information. Whereas on the other hand, secondary data consists of the data that is already available on the internet in which web link, books and columns etc. are included. The main purpose of the study was analysing the banks of UK; therefore, five top banks of the UK are involved in the study that are HSBC, Barclays, Halifax, Natwest and Lloyds. In order to measure the financial leverage of banks two metrics, debt to asset and debt to equity are used whereas in order to measure the performance of banking the metrics like ROA, ROE and Net profit margins are used. The data will be taken for the years mentioned as 2005-2018. Correlation and regression tools are used in order to analyses the gathered data. The variable description is presented as,
Afolabi, A., Olabisi, J., Kajola, S.O. and Asaolu, T.O., 2019. Does leverage affect the financial performance of Nigerian firms?. Journal of Economics & Management , 37 , pp.5-22.
Bhayani, S.J. and Ajmera, B., 2018. AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF FINANCIAL LEVERAGE ON FIRM’S PERFORMANCE AND VALUATION OF SELECTED PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES IN INDIA. Indian Journal of Accounting (IJA) Vol , 50 , p.2.
Ku, Y.Y. and Yen, T.Y., 2016. Heterogeneous effect of financial leverage on corporate performance: A quantile regression analysis of Taiwanese companies. Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies , 19 (03), p.1650015.
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Petrobras: Attractively Valued And Well-Positioned To Absorb Industry Tailwinds
- Petrobras is a generous company in terms of dividend policy, with a high dividend yield and the ability to generate substantial free cash flow.
- The company's financial performance has been volatile over the decade, but its profitability demonstrated solid resilience even during the deep crisis during the global lockdown of 2020-2021.
- The stock is attractively valued, with potential upside depending on conservative dividend growth assumptions, and the company is well-positioned to absorb industry tailwinds.
Petrobras ( NYSE: PBR ) is a very generous company when we speak from the dividend policy perspective. The dividend yield has been massive since the 2022 oil prices spike. According to my analysis, oil prices are very likely to stay higher for longer and PBR's ability to generate a substantial free cash flow margin gives me the high conviction that dividend is safe. Moreover, according to my valuation analysis, the stock is attractively valued even under conservative dividend growth assumptions. The risks of investing in oil and gas companies are substantial, but I think that the potential benefits outweigh all the risks and uncertainties. With that being said, I assign PBR a "Buy" rating.
Petrobras is a Brazilian oil and gas behemoth employing over 45 thousand employees, including subsidiaries across the world.
The company's fiscal year ends on December 31. The business is operated through three main segments: Exploration and Production [EP], Refining, Transportation and Marketing [RTM], and Gas and Power [GP]. According to the latest annual SEC filing , the EP segment contributed 85% to the total FY 2022 net income.
Compiled by the author based on the latest annual SEC filing
As an oil and gas company, Petrobras significantly depends on trends in energy commodity prices. That said, its financial performance has been very volatile over the past decade with annual revenue bottoming at $52 billion in FY 2020 and achieving the decade's high of $121 billion in FY 2022. I would like to highlight that PBR's profitability has improved massively over the decade, as its operating margin during the deep crisis of FY 2020 was higher than in the last year of the previous oil and gas supercycle, FY 2013. Last year's spike in crude oil prices due to sanctions against Russian oil after its invasion of Ukraine was a massive positive tailwind for Petrobras. The company generated a staggering 32.3% levered free cash flow [FCF] margin in FY 2022.
Despite having a staggering over 20% levered FCF margin over the last three years, I cannot say that the company's balance sheet is a fortress. Despite the fact that the leverage ratio might look somewhat moderate at below 1, the net indebtedness of $46 billion is massive, and the notable part of the debt is short-term. The major reason why the balance sheet strength does not align with wide FCF margins is the company's very generous dividend policy. After a recent revision, the payout ratio was trimmed to 45% of the FCF, compared to 60% in the previous policy. Such an aggressive dividend policy is because the company is controlled by the Brazilian Federal Government, and profit from the country's major oil company is vital to finance governmental projects and initiatives. With that being said, I do not expect a rapid improvement of the company's balance sheet, even in the current environment of high energy commodity prices. But, at the same time, this also indicates that PBR's generous dividend payout is safe.
The latest quarterly earnings were released on August 3, when the company missed revenue consensus estimated by a notable margin but successfully outperformed expectations around the bottom line. Unsurprisingly, revenue dipped YoY by almost 35% as last year's biggest spike in oil price occurred exactly in Q2 and prices started moderating in the second half of FY 2022. The adjusted EPS followed the top line and shrank YoY from $1.33 to $0.92.
The upcoming quarter's earnings release is scheduled for November 9. The revenue decline is expected by consensus to decelerate as the quarterly expectation of $25.7 billion indicates an 8% YoY decline. This is a significant improvement compared to Q2.
Now, let me switch to the longer-term prospects of PBR. There are multiple reasons why I think that we are amid the new oil supercycle now. The major positive catalyst to keep oil prices elevated for multiple years is substantial underinvestment in capex due to the era of low commodity prices between 2014 and 2021, multiplied by a massive COVID-19-related crisis for the industry. The accumulated global volume of investments in oil and gas exploration and production is the primary driver for the supply side. The oil output can only occur if new wells are drilled, or existing ones are intensified, but it also requires substantial capex.
The ongoing biggest war in Europe since WWII where Russia, one of the world's largest oil producers is involved, and its economy is now isolated with the help of sanctions. According to WSJ , this war can run for years. If that is the case, around 10% of the world's total oil output will stay under sanctions for longer, significantly weighing on the supply side of the macroeconomic equation. The recent military escalation between Israel and Hamas also brings vast geopolitical uncertainty to the Middle East, where some other major oil producers are located.
Last but not least, the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve [SPR] has also been one of the strong factors affecting crude oil prices as the country is by far the largest oil consumer . Joe Biden's administration was aggressive in using the Reserve last year to fight inflation, but now the SPR is running very low . It seems that the world's largest economy will start refilling its SPR soon and that is also likely to be a solid positive catalyst for oil prices.
Overall, I think that Petrobras is a strong global oil and gas player given its strong profitability improvement. This makes the company well-positioned to absorb multiple industry tailwinds, which I have described above. PBR's substantial indebtedness might have been a significant risk if energy commodity prices were flying low, but I am comfortable with the current balance sheet in the current environment of high crude oil prices.
The stock demonstrated a massive rally with a 66% year-to-date price increase this year, significantly outperforming the broader U.S. stock market and the iShares MSCI Brazil ETF ( EWZ ). It is also important to highlight that PBR also outperformed the U.S. Energy sector ( XLE ) by a very wide margin this year. Seeking Alpha Quant assigns the stock a high "A" valuation grade because current ratios are substantially lower than the sector median and historical averages.
Now, let me proceed with the dividend discount model [DDM] simulation. I use an elevated 12% WACC, considering country risks and inherent volatility in energy commodity prices. Consensus dividend estimates forecast an FY 2024 payout of $1.47, which I will incorporate into my DDM calculations. Dividend growth is always tricky to project due to the substantial volatility in oil companies' profits so that I will simulate two different scenarios. I consider both of them fairly conservative to implement for my analysis.
According to my DDM calculations, the stock is attractively valued, with the upside potential varying from 7% to 20%, depending on the dividend growth assumptions. My fair price estimation is at the midpoint between the two ends of the range, i.e., $17.4 per share, meaning approximately 13% upside potential.
Risks to consider
Operating within the oil and gas industry exposes Petrobras to a high degree of vulnerability to swings in energy commodity prices. Potential investors should be aware that oil pricing is influenced not only by the immediate supply and demand dynamics but also by the impact of breaking news, rumors, and decisions made by a very limited group of key individuals in oil-exporting countries. While it is evident that, over the long term, prices eventually align with fundamental market factors, short-term fluctuations in the oil market can be drastic. Consequently, the stock prices of oil and gas companies, including Petrobras, tend to exhibit considerable volatility and are heavily affected by prevailing sentiments regarding energy commodity markets.
Petrobras also faces substantial operational risks as it conducts complex and high-risk operations, especially related to its offshore activities. The company is extensively involved in offshore drilling and exploration, which presents unique risks and challenges. Deepwater drilling means the company must handle high pressure, extreme depths, and harsh sea conditions. Equipment failures or a well blowout might lead to substantial downtime and safety hazards. In case of pollution due to the company's fault, Petrobras might face substantial costs and significant reputational damage. For example, as a result of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Mexican Gulf in 2010, BP, the project operator, paid more than $65 billion in cleanup costs, charges, and penalties.
To conclude, PBR is a "Buy". The company demonstrates substantial profitability improvement and is now well prepared to absorb positive industry trends, which I expect to sustain over multiple years. The valuation is attractive and the company pays almost half of its FCF in dividends, which I consider a gift amid the beginning of a new oil and gas supercycle.
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