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SEVERN TRENT KEY NUMBERS

Latest Share Price (p)


Market Capitalisation (m)
Share in issue (m)
P/E Ratio
Total dividends per share (p)
Dividend Yield (%)
Dividend cover (x)
NAV per share (p)
Earning per share (p)
52 week high / low

1,899.00
4,450.57
239.60
10.20
80.40
4.33
1.00
0.00
182.10
2,011.00 / 1,626.00

Net Gearing (%)


Gross Gearing (%)
Debt Ratio
Debt-to-Equity Ratio
Assets / Equity Ratio
Cash / Equity Ratio
Price to book value
ROCE
EPS Growth (%)
DPS Growth (%)

84.62
86.18
84.93
0.90
7.24
11.30
4.08
0.06
90.28
6.00

SEVERN TRENT RESULTS AT A GLANCE

Date

Type

Turnover (M)

Profit (M)

Basic EPS

Currency

31 Mar 2014
31 Mar 2013
31 Mar 2012
31 Mar 2011
31 Mar 2010

Full Year
Full Year
Full Year
Full Year
Full Year

1,857
1,832
1,771
1,711
1,704

435
230
174
275
252

182.10
95.70
72.50
115.20
105.60

GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX

SEVERN TRENT DIVIDEND HISTORY

Period

Ex-date

Pay-Date

Net Dividend

Currency

Total for Year

H2 Dividend
H1 Dividend
H2 Dividend
H1 Dividend
Special Dividend
H1 Dividend
H2 Dividend
H1 Dividend
H2 Dividend
H1 Dividend

18 Jun 2014
04 Dec 2013
19 Jun 2013
05 Dec 2012
20 Jun 2012
30 Nov 2011
22 Jun 2011
01 Dec 2010
16 Jun 2010
02 Dec 2009

25 Jul 2014
10 Jan 2014
26 Jul 2013
11 Jan 2013
27 Jul 2012
13 Jan 2012
29 Jul 2011
14 Jan 2011
30 Jul 2010
15 Jan 2010

48.24
32.16
45.51
30.34
63.00
28.04
39.05
26.04
45.61
26.71

GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX
GBX

80.40
0.00
75.85
0.00
0.00
0.00
65.09
0.00
72.32
0.00

SEVERN TRENT CONTACT DETAILS

Company Name
Address
Telephone
Website

n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

SEVERN TRENT ADVISORS

Company's Broker
Company's Joint Broker
NOMAD
Registrar
Auditors
Solicitors

n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a

SEVERN TRENT DIRECTORS

Appointed

Director

Position

02 Oct 2007
02 Oct 2007
07 Mar 2005
06 Dec 2005
10 May 2010
01 Jan 2006
01 Jan 2006
01 Jul 2009
29 Feb 2008
29 Feb 2008

Dr Anthony John Ballance


Andrew Partick Smith
Anthony Paul Wray
Michael James Edward McKeon
Andrew James Duff
Dr Bernard Joseph Bulkin
Richard Harding Davey
Gordon Fryett
Martin James Lamb
Baroness Sheila Valerie Noakes

dir, Regulation & Competition


dir, Water Services
Group Chief Executive
Group Finance Director
Non-Executive Chairman
Non-Executive Director
Non-Executive Director
Non-Executive Director
Non-Executive Director
Non-Executive Director

SEVERN TRENT COMPANY FINANCIALS

Assets (M)

2014
31 Mar
2014
7,024
95

2013
31 Mar
2013
6,760
141

2012
31 Mar
2012
6,578
161

2011
31 Mar
2011
6,427
203

2010
31 Mar
2010
6,261
209

78

135

138

193

209

7,196
27
513
123

7,036
32
506
404

6,876
34
479
295

6,823
27
479
315

6,678
27
473
228

29

42

30

7,889
2014

8,019
2013

7,715
2012

7,649
2011

7,408
2010

Short term liabilities


Long term liabilities
Other liabilites / pension etc
Total of all LIABILITIES
Net assets (M)

656
6,143
0
6,799
2014

581
6,594
0
7,175
2013

551
6,183
0
6,734
2012

495
6,048
0
6,542
2011

822
5,639
0
6,461
2010

Net assets
Equity (M)

1,090
2014

844
2013

981
2012

1,106
2011

947
2010

Share Capital
Minority Interests
Retained earnings
Share premium account
Other Equity
Total EQUITY
Cash Flow (M)

234
13
667
94
82
1,090
2014

233
11
438
90
72
844
2013

233
8
257
84
400
981
2012

232
6
323
80
465
1,106
2011

232
6
178
76
456
947
2010

Cash from operating activities

757

659

654

721

654

Reporting date
Tangible assets
Intangible asssets and goodwill
Investments and other non-current
assets
Total non-current assets
Inventory / Work in progress
Trade and other receivables
Cash and Equivalents
Other current assets and asset held for
resale
Total of all ASSETS
Liabilities (M)

Assets (M)
Reporting date
Tangible assets
Intangible asssets and goodwill
Investments and other non-current
assets
Total non-current assets
Cashflow before financing
Increase / Decrease in Cash
Income (M)
Turnover
Cost of sales
Gross Profit
Operating Profit
Pre-Tax profit
Profit / Loss for the year

2014
31 Mar
2014
7,024
95

2013
31 Mar
2013
6,760
141

2012
31 Mar
2012
6,578
161

2011
31 Mar
2011
6,427
203

2010
31 Mar
2010
6,261
209

78

135

138

193

209

7,196
289
-278
2014

7,036
272
108
2013

6,876
309
-20
2012

6,823
331
88
2011

6,678
166
-420
2010

1,857
0
0
472
283
435

1,832
0
0
492
215
230

1,771
0
0
470
157
174

1,711
0
0
498
253
275

1,704
0
0
507
334
252

THESE ARE THE THREE TECHNIQUES WHICH ARE USED TO KNOW ABOUT THE
PRICE OF THE SHARES. THE FOLLOWING ARE WRITTEN BY ME ME ME
JUNAID ALI MALIK. SAJID YOU HAVE TO USE THE THREE METHODS
FORMULA AND FIND OUT THE SHARE PRICE OF THE SEVEN TRENT COMPNAY.
THIS IS THE WORK OF 300 RUPEES MAN.. YES!!!!
Dont read them all, just use the formula and fulfill the c requirement below.. very simple

(c) Using the information from (a), (b) above, value the price of
the share of your company as at 1 Sep 2014 using at least three
alternative valuation techniques.

(c) Using the information from (a), (b) above, value the price of the share of your company
as at 1 Sep 2014 using at least three alternative valuation techniques.
The valuation techniques are very crucial for every company to find out what the price will be of
the share of the company. There are certain techniques that are used in this regard, but the main
thing is that we need to understand them first of all and after their understanding; determination
of the value of the price will be easy for the investors. Most of the investors, by the
understanding of the techniques make a rational decision. The three alternative techniques are
mentioned below with their impact over the price of the share of the Seven Trent PLC share
price.

1. Net assets methods of valuation of shares


In this method, the total value of this company will be divided by total number of shares of the
company. In this way, per share value will be there after the division. Following is the formula
that shows how the calculation is done.
Value per Share= (Net Assets-Preference Share Capital)/Number of Equity Shares
The main things in this technique are that of the accurate measurement of the value of the assets.
The net realizable value is to be taken of the floating assets and the assets and the liabilities are
given proper consideration at the time of calculation. The goodwill and the intangible assets are
calculated properly by actually taking the total amount that can be gained from this intangible
asset. There are some types of assets that should be completely ignored and they are fictitious
assets like accumulated loss and the discount on the shares and the debenture. These are the
certain things that should be considered before taking into consideration this method of
calculation.
2. Yield Or Market Value Method Of Valuation Of Shares
The second one is the market value method in which the predicted or the expected rate of return
on investment is shown by the curve. This rate of return is further subdivided into, rate of
dividend and the rate of earning too. Due to these rates the shareholders determine how much
they are going to receive on the investment they have done in purchasing the share of the
company. There are two sorts of yield in it as mentioned earlier.
The first one is the dividend yield, under which the shares of the company are valued on the
basis of the general or normal rate of return and the expected dividend is also given
consideration. Here the following formula is applied.
Expected rate of dividend = (profit available for dividend/paid up equity share capital) X
100
Value per share = (Expected rate of dividend/normal rate of return) X 100
The second on is the earning yield method in which the shares are valued on the basis of rate of
interest and the expected amount of the earning. These are the factors which are used in the
calculation process to find out the per share value of the company.
Value per Share = (Expected rate of earning/Normal rate of return) X Paid up value of
equity share
Expected rate of earning = (Profit after tax/paid up value of equity share) X 100
3. Earning Capacity Method Of Valuation Of Shares

This is the method in which the management of the Seven Trent Company will find out the value
of its share by observing the disposable profit of the company. The total profit is the gross profit,
it becomes the net profit after the deduction of the variable expenses and after the net profit is
gotten the reserves kept by the company and the taxes are deducted to find out the disposable
income of the company. There are certain steps that are followed in receiving the share price. The
very first one is the formation and knowledge of the total amount of profit available for the
dividend, and then the capitalized value is found out. The formula for finding out this value is
Capitalized Value = (Profit available for equity dividend/Normal rate of return) X 100
The last step here is to find out the price of a share, which is gotten by the assistance of the
following formula.
Value per share = Capitalized Value/Number of Shares