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PP 7767/09/2010(025354)

23 August 2010

Malaysia Corporate Highlights


RHB Research
Institute Sdn Bhd
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Company No: 233327 -M

R e su lt s N o te
23 August 2010
MARKET DATELINE

Sunway City Share Price


Fair Value
:
:
RM3.73
RM5.20
31 sen gross dividend to reward shareholders Recom : Outperform
(Maintained)

Table 1 : Investment Statistics (SUNCITY; Code: 6289) Bloomberg: SCITY MK


Net Net
FYE Turnover Profit# EPS# Growth PER C.EPS* P/CF P/NTA ROE Gearing GDY
Dec (RMm) (RMm) (sen) (%) (x) (sen) (x) (x) (%) (%) (%)
2009** 1,067.3 148.8 31.7 13.9 11.8 - 3.5 0.8 6.9 53.4 2.3
2010f 902.7 163.5 34.8 9.9 10.7 37.4 3.0 0.8 7.2 Net cash 9.7
2011f 998.8 181.7 38.7 11.1 9.6 41.3 7.8 0.7 7.5 Net cash 2.3
2012f 1,110.9 203.8 43.4 12.2 8.6 47.5 7.6 0.7 7.9 Net cash 2.7
Main Market Listing / Non-Trustee Stock / Non-Syariah-Approved Stock By The SC #normalised **annualised * Consensus Based On
IBES

RHBRI Vs. Consensus


♦ In line. Excluding the one-off fair value gain amounting to RM41.8m (RM32.4m Above
net) arising from the completion of disposal of three parcels of leasehold land In Line
to Sunway Pyramid S/B, core net profit of RM39.3m came in within our Below
expectations but below consensus estimates by 10.5%. Compared to 1Q10 core
Issued Capital (m shares) 469.9
net profit of RM41.9m, contraction of 6.3% in 2Q10 core earnings was mainly
Market Cap (RMm) 1,752.9
dragged down by lower revenue from the property development division, due
Daily Trading Vol (m shs) 0.1
to the completion and delivery of Sunway Giza in 1Q10. To our surprise,
52wk Price Range (RM) 2.88-4.28
Suncity declared an interim dividend of 31 sen, to commemorate the successful Major Shareholders: (%)
listing of Sunway REIT. Including our final dividend forecast of 5 sen, this year’s Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Dr 40.3
dividend yield may potentially surge to 9.7%. Cheah Fook Ling
Government of Singapore 21.4
♦ Targeted RM1.76bn worth of new launches. Key launches this year include:
Investment Corporation

i) Sunway Velocity; ii) Sunway South Quay condo; and iii) Commercial area in
Sunway Damansara. So far in 1H10, Suncity has launched RM966m worth of FYE Dec FY10 FY11 FY12
projects, generating new sales of RM424m, representing a take up of roughly EPS chg (%) - (0.4) -
44%, exceeding internal sales target of RM411m. Going into 2H10, Suncity will Var to Cons (%) (7.0) (6.4) (8.7)

launch the remaining RM798m worth of new projects. The upcoming Sunway
PE Band Chart
Velocity has managed to attract 2,000 registrants. The project has a total GDV
of RM1.5bn, located at Jalan Peel, Cheras. The first launch will consist of 112
PER = 11x
units of office suites with 2 levels of retail lots on the ground floor, as well as PER = 9x
PER = 7x
264 units of service apartments. Pricing is about RM450-500psf. As for the PER = 5x
Tianjin, China project, Suncity will sign the equity JV agreement next month.
The consortium partners include Keppel Land from Singapore, Shima from
China, Mitsui Fudosan from Japan, Far Glory from Taiwan and etc. The Tianjin
Eco-City project is worth a preliminary GDV of RM2.5bn.

♦ Debt free post-REIT listing. Following the successful listing of REIT, Suncity Relative Performance To KLCI
will become a net cash (about RM120m based on proforma) company, after
utilisting part of the proceeds to pare down debt. This would give the company Sunway City

ample flexibility to gear up for big projects or landbank acquisitions.


FBM KLCI
♦ Forecasts. We adjust our balance sheet based on the proforma provided.
Impact on net earnings is minimal, <1% drop from our previous forecasts.

♦ Risks. The risks include: 1) competition from peers; 2) delays in launches and
approvals; 3) rising raw material prices; and 4) country risk.

♦ Investment case. Following the adjustments in our forecasts, our RNAV-based Joshua Ng
fair value is revised slightly to RM5.20, from RM5.33, based on an unchanged (603) 92802237
joshuang@rhb.com.my
15% discount. We maintain our Outperform rating on the stock.

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Table 2. Suncity Quarterly Results (Suncity changed its FYE from Jun to Dec in FY09)
FYE Dec (RMm) 4QFY09 1Q10 2Q10 QoQ YoY 1H09 1H10 YoY Comments
(Apr- (%) (%) (%)
Jun09)
Turnover 230.3 283.3 262.3 (7.4) 13.9 493.0 545.6 10.7 Qoq decline was mainly dragged down by lower
contribution from the property development
division.
Prop dev 73.8 97.5 61.7 (36.7) (16.4) 176.9 159.2 (10.0) Qoq decline was attributed to the completion and
delivery of Sunway Giza in the previous quarter.
Prop invt 67.1 79.0 73.6 (6.8) 9.7 135.1 152.6 13.0
Leisure 24.2 29.4 41.4 41.0 71.2 48.3 70.8 46.6

Hospitality 35.3 46.1 50.0 8.4 41.8 76.0 96.1 26.5


Healthcare 29.9 31.3 35.5 13.4 18.8 56.7 66.8 17.8

EBIT 67.7 91.8 121.8 32.7 80.0 145.8 213.6 46.5 2Q10 EBIT included a one-off gain on land disposal
amounted to RM41.8m.
Prop dev 20.2 23.2 12.8 (44.9) (36.7) 49.2 36.0 (27.0)
Prop invt 45.4 53.7 85.6 59.4 88.7 85.7 139.2 62.4 2Q10 improvement was mainly due to stronger
contribution from Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall,
driven by higher visitorship and good rental yield.
Leisure 1.4 4.1 8.5 >+100 >+100 3.1 12.6 >+100
Hospitality 2.0 11.2 13.3 19.1 >+100 8.7 24.6 >+100 Better performance in 2Q10 was due to higher
average room rate.
Healthcare (1.2) (0.4) 1.6 >-100 >-100 (1.0) 1.3 >-100
Others 0.0 0.0 0.0 Na Na 0.0 0.0 Na

Finance cost (15.4) (17.1) (16.9) (1.3) 9.5 (32.4) (34.0) 4.8
Asso & jv 8.8 12.6 8.2 (35.0) (7.7) 16.9 20.7 22.5
Other Income 0.0 0.0 0.0 Na Na 0.0 0.0 Na
Pretax profit 61.1 87.3 113.1 29.6 85.1 130.3 200.4 53.8
Tax (16.5) 301.4 (21.4) >-100 29.3 (29.7) 280.0 >-100 Positive tax expense in 1Q10 was due to the
reclassification of certain investment properties to
non-current assets held for sale pursuant to the
proposed sale to REIT. As a result of the
reclassification, Suncity has reversed deferred tax
liability amounting to RM318.5m (RM181.4m net)
PAT 44.6 388.7 91.7 (76.4) >+100 100.6 480.4 >+100
MI (18.4) (165.4) (20.1) (87.9) 9.1 (46.2) (185.4) >+100
Net profit 26.2 223.3 71.7 (67.9) >+100 54.4 295.0 >+100 2Q10 net profit included a one-off fair value gain of
RM41.8m (RM32.4m net), arising from the
completion of land sale whereby Suncity sold three
parcels of leasehold land to Sunway Pyramid Sdn
Bhd.

EPS (sen) 5.6 47.5 15.3 (67.9) >+100 11.6 62.8 >+100
NTA (RM) 3.8 5.0 5.2 3.0 34.8 3.8 5.2 34.8
DPS (sen) 8.0 0 31.0 Na Na 8.0 31.0 >+100 Surprise on 2Q10 dividend.

EBIT Margin 29.4 32.4 46.4 29.6 39.2 Excluding 2Q10 EI, EBIT margin was 31.5%.
(%)
Prop dev 27.3 23.8 20.7 27.8 22.6
Prop invt 67.6 68.0 116.2 63.5 91.2
Leisure 6.0 14.1 20.5 6.5 17.8
Hospitality 5.5 24.3 26.7 11.5 25.5
Healthcare (4.1) (1.3) 4.6 (1.8) 1.9
PBT margin (%) 26.5 30.8 43.1 26.4 36.7
Normalised tax 27.1 (345.4) 18.9 22.8 (139.8) Lower effective tax rate in 2Q10 was due to
rate (%) utilisation of unabsorbed losses and unutilised
capital allowances of certain subsidiaries.

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Table 3. Earnings Forecasts


FYE Dec (RMm) FY09a FY10F FY11F FY12F

Revenue 1,601.0 902.7 998.8 1,110.9


Operating profit 369.5 186.8 206.0 221.0

Interest expenses (104.8) (88.3) (59.5) (56.0)


PBT 1,141.4 233.6 261.4 295.4
Tax (275.5) (58.4) (66.7) (76.8)
Minority interest (328.0) (11.7) (13.1) (14.8)
Net profit 223.2 163.5 181.7 203.8
EPS (sen) 114.5 73.4 38.7 43.4
DPS (sen) 13.0 36.0 8.5 10.0

Note: FY09 has 18 month period, due to change in FYE to Dec.


Source: Company data, RHBRI estimates

Table 4: RNAV breakdown


Type Stake
Remaining Investment Properties EBITDA Mkt Value Book Value Valuation Surplus
Monash University Campus 100% 5.2 158.0 158.0 0.0
Sunway University College 100% 8.9 150.0 150.0 0.0
Sunway Hotel, Penang 100% 2.5 63.0 63.0 0.0
Sunway Medical Centre 78% 10.4 184.0 184.0 0.0
Sunway Hotel Phnom Penh 53% 3.1 32.3 31.0 1.3
Subtotal: 30.1 587.3 586.0 1.3
(Implied yield @ BV) 5.1%

Property Development Acres GDV NPV @ 13.2% Surplus for Suncity


Sunway South Quay 31% 61 4,261 528.9 164.0
Sunway Velocity 50% 23 1,500 186.2 93.1
Damansara 60% 22 1,326 164.6 98.7
Integrated Resorts 100% 18 462 55.0 55.0
Melawati 100% 33 461 54.9 54.9
Sunway Towers KL 100% 1 240 29.8 29.8
Taman Duta 100% 3 200 24.8 24.8
Others 100% 49 388 46.3 46.3
Penang Grp 100% 34 293 36.3 36.3
Semenyih 70% 398 1,105 115.2 80.7
Ipoh 65% 750 385 40.2 26.1
Opus, India 50% 35 1,174 145.7 72.9
MAK, India 60% 14 380 47.2 28.3
Australia 15% 123 800 99.3 14.9
Cambodia 70% 750 500 62.1 43.4
Jiangyin, China 39% 17 492 61.1 23.8
Subtotal: 892.9

Total 894.2
NTA FY09 2,174.6
Warrants conversion 746.6
RNAV 3,815.4
Enlarged shares base (mil) 623.3

Fully diluted RNAV per share (RM) 6.12


Discount 15%
Fair value per share 5.20

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