1151.05 -50.00 (-4.16%)
NSEJan 27, 2021 03:31 PM
The 15 reports from 7 analysts offering long term price targets for Shriram Transport Finance Company Ltd. have an average target of 961.29. The consensus estimate represents a downside of -16.49% from the last price of 1151.05.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2020-11-01||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Edelweiss||693.45||860.00||693.45 (65.99%)||Target met||Buy|
|2020-10-30||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Prabhudas Lilladhar||754.05||809.00||754.05 (52.65%)||Target met||Accumulate|
Co. has been able to collect from 84%/23%/52%/71%/73%/78% borrowers in the month of Mar/Apr/May/Jun/Jul/Aug'20 respectively. Q2FY21 earnings stood mixed with better clarity on asset quality expected to emerge in forthcoming quarter. While provisioning run-rate declines and collections gain pace, our FY21 EPS estimates stand higher by 9%. With additional provision of Rs23bn pushing ECL coverage to ~40%, provisions run-rate now has come down to Rs7bn as against Rs10-11bn over past two...
|2020-09-16||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||BOB Capital Markets Ltd.||658.35||1000.00||658.35 (74.84%)||Target met||Buy|
BOB Capital Markets Ltd.
Over the last four decades, Shriram Transport Finance (SHTF) has built a pan-India network in a fragmented used-CV market (~16% CV market share).
|2020-08-14||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Motilal Oswal||679.00||945.00||679.00 (69.52%)||Target met||Buy|
14 August2020 Shriram Transport Finance (SHTF)s 1QFY21 PAT halved to INR3.2b (6% miss). While growth was muted, collection efficiency improved MoM. SHTF also cut opex by 30% QoQ. We modestly increase FY21 estimates to factor higher AUM and lower opex. Our credit cost estimate of 3.5% for FY21 remains unchanged. on the books stood at INR115b as of 12 Aug20. With the COVID-19 provisions, SHTF has increased its Stage-3 PCR from 35% to 39% and Stage-1/2 PCR from 3.1% to 3.7% QoQ. Less than 10% of customers would need restructuring, according to management. Due to a change in accounting policy, the fair value of hedges is now routed through OCI rather than the P&L.; Since the IL&FS; crisis, the company has diversified into new borrowing sources such as retail NCDs and ECBs. The share of ECBs in total borrowings increased meaningfully to 18% YoY from 10%.
|2020-08-14||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Yes Securities||691.30||880.00||691.30 (66.51%)||Target met||Buy|
Additional covidrelated prov. of Rs9.6bn weighed on earnings, while asset quality was stable due to standstill. CumulativecovidbufferatRs18.7bn(1.7%ofonbookAUM). Conservativebuiltupofprov.alsoreflectedinECLcoverof...
|2020-08-14||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Prabhudas Lilladhar||687.80||805.00||687.80 (67.35%)||Target met||Accumulate|
dispensation is still masking the true asset quality picture. Quarter surprised used CV financing. We reckon pent-up demand and better rural scenario aided used CV traction. Same translated into higher than expected NII although Co. could not escape NIM compression on account of excess...
|2020-06-11||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||HDFC Securities||637.90||825.00||637.90 (80.44%)||Target met||Accumulate|
We maintain ADD with a TP of Rs 825 (1.1x FY22E ABV). SHTF's unique business model and attractive valuations underpin our stance. While AUM (~5% YoY growth) and PPOP (down 3.2%) trends were in line, PAT was much lower than estimates on a/c of higher provisions and SHTFs lower moratorium % vs. peer asset financiers surprised. Weve reduced our earnings further to factor in (1) lower NIMs (persistent NIM pressure for the last few qtrs) , (2) potential flows from high GS-II to GS-III (even as GS-III has improved slightly) and (3) higher LLPs (conservatively) due to COVID-19 related uncertainties. We would watch for SHTFs performance on the liquidity and borrowing fronts as well as comments on the anticipated 3-way inter-group merger.
|2020-06-11||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Motilal Oswal||684.40||960.00||684.40 (68.18%)||Target met||Buy|
11 June 2020 SHTFs 4QFY20 PAT declined 70% YoY to INR2.2b (65% miss). While operating profit missed our estimates by 8% due to lower-than-expected NII, higher COVID-19 related provisions of INR9.1b led to the PAT miss. PAT declined 2% YoY in FY20 while RoA/RoE stood at 2.3%/15%. The company collected money from 84%/23%/52% of its customers in Mar/Apr/May20 and in value terms it stood at ~15%/30% of Apr/May20 collections. NIMs declined 38bp QoQ to 6.76% as the currency movement on forex borrowings and higher excess liquidity impacted margins. GS3 remained stable YoY and declined 36bp QoQ to 8.36% We downgrade our EPS estimates by 11% for FY21E on the back of lower loan book growth. Our channel checks indicate that the used CV and driver- cum-operator segments (which are SHTFs target segments) are doing much better than other segments in CV financing. AUM was flat QoQ and grew 5% YoY to INR1.1t.
|2020-06-11||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Prabhudas Lilladhar||672.80||809.00||672.80 (71.08%)||Target met||Accumulate|
Only when we thought asset quality was on mend and liquidity overhang subsiding for SHTF, the pandemic shocks knocked both the aforesaid parameters yet again putting near term earnings under pressure. Q4FY20 witnessed 70%+ decline in PAT both YoY/QoQ to Rs2.2bn (PLe:Rs7.9bn) largely on account of Rs9.1bn COVID provisioning. Business trends stood weaker than expectations for 81-day quarter with AUMs at Rs1097bn (PLe:Rs1117bn) growing flattish QoQ (5% up YoY) led by slowing pace of...
|2020-02-05||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Edelweiss||1218.80||1470.00||1218.80 (-5.56%)||27.71||Buy|
|2020-02-04||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||HDFC Securities||1132.95||1524.00||1132.95 (1.60%)||32.40||Buy|
Our stance on SHTF remains unchanged as operational performance was in line with expectations. News on the asset quality front is positive, but we watch for sustainability, considering the broader economic environment. An improvement in demand and better availability of funds could improve SHTF's growth prospects. The possibility of a 3-way merger within the group remains an overhang. Tepid AUM growth at ~5% YoY (flat QoQ) was on expected lines. Asset quality was surprisingly stable QoQ and this is contextually impressive. Consequently, lower provisions led to a 25% PAT beat. Maintain BUY (TP of Rs 1,524, 1.75x Dec-21E ABV of Rs 871).
|2020-02-04||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1132.95||1444.00||1132.95 (1.60%)||25.45||Buy|
We did highlight a quarter ago that SHTF balance sheet is on the path of mend and Q3FY20 healthy earnings set corroborates our stance. Amidst sectoral headwinds and funding challenges, SHTF put up decent 5%YoY AUM growth, remaining flat QoQ largely led by used CV loans that grew healthy 7.5%YoY/ 1.5%QoQ. The used CV mix inched up 207bps YoY to 85% supporting margins and growth alike. While funding pressures sustained for past couple of quarters, Q3 witnessed slight higher overseas borrowing costs coupled with...
|2020-02-03||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Motilal Oswal||1049.50||1385.00||1049.50 (9.68%)||20.32||Buy|
3 February 2020 SHTF reported 38% YoY growth in PAT to INR8.8b (27% beat). 5bp/30bp QoQ/YoY to 7.14% at 5% YoY (AUM of INR1.08t), impacted by a 14% YoY drop in new CV financing. Share of other loans remained stable at ~5.4%. We upgrade our EPS estimates by 8-9% on the back of lower credit costs. Overall, we expect PAT CAGR of ~10% over FY20-22 and RoA/RoE of ~2.7%/16%. Maintain Disbursements increased 19% YoY to INR114b off the low base of 3QFY19. AUM growth was modest at 1% QoQ/5% YoY to INR1.09t. Rural AUM grew 3% QoQ/17% YoY to INR435b. Share of rural in overall AUM increased to 40% from 36% a year ago and 39% a quarter ago.
|2019-11-07||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Karvy||1131.55||1332.00||1131.55 (1.72%)||Target met||Buy|
Dominant Market Position in Pre-owned CV Financing,Stabilizing Asset Quality and Network Expansion to DriveFuture Growth: yyShriram Transport Finance Company (STFC) enjoys a dominant position in thepre-owned CV
|2019-10-27||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Prabhudas Lilladhar||1125.15||1441.00||1125.15 (2.30%)||Buy|
(7%QoQ/9%YoY) and steady asset quality (8.8% Stage 3 assets), SHTF impressive defying market challenges. While funding pressures sustained for past couple of quarters, they have seemingly appeared to be subsiding as margins stand stable (719bps vs 716bps QoQ) and Management confident of...
|2019-10-26||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||HDFC Securities||1125.15||1523.00||1125.15 (2.30%)||Buy|
Our stance on SHTF remains unchanged after yet another in-line (albeit soft) qtr, with some silver linings (higher used CV disbursals, upbeat commentary on availability of funds). Commentary suggests that constraints imposed by availability of debt capital on SHTF's growth, seem to be lifting (gradually). We continue to like SHTF's niche presence in the used CV financing space, but are a tad weary of the possible 3-way merger within the group. SHTFs growth moderated, as expected, in 2QFY20. Stable margins and higher used CV disbursals were positives, while the bump-up in GS-III disappointed. Maintain BUY (TP of Rs 1,523, 1.75x Sept-21E ABV of Rs 870).
|2019-10-26||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Edelweiss||1144.10||1295.00||1144.10 (0.61%)||Target met||Buy|
|2019-07-29||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Edelweiss||978.45||1235.00||978.45 (17.64%)||Target met||Buy|
|2019-07-25||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||HDFC Securities||986.35||1375.00||986.35 (16.70%)||Buy|
An in line 1Q (with excusable seasonal trends) is a positive. Strong upcountry presence and focus on the niche used CV mkt give SHTF an edge over other asset financiers. Availability of funds and risks stemming from uncertain macros are monitorables. We reiterate that the possible 3-way merger within the group is undesirable from SHTF's point of view. Maintain BUY with TP of Rs 1,375 (1.75x June-21E ABV of Rs 786. An in line 1Q performance, across parameters (asset quality, growth and margins) impressed. MAINTAIN BUY (TP of Rs 1,375, 1.75x Jun-21E ABV of Rs 786).
|2019-07-25||Shriram Transport Fi.. +||Motilal Oswal||986.35||1300.00||986.35 (16.70%)||Target met||Buy|
As a result, AUM grew 2% QoQ/ 6% YoY to INR1.06t. Growth in M&LCV; remains healthy at 15% YoY, while it was subdued in other products. Tractor finance AUM declined 13% YoY. Portfolio mix remained largely stable QoQ with HCV comprising 46% of AUM and M&LCV;/passenger vehicles comprising 22-23% of AUM each. During the quarter, SHTF raised ~INR35b in foreign currency borrowings. As these borrowings were at a higher cost, the overall cost of funds increased ~65bp QoQ to 9.2%. However, the company managed to pass...