HUGO BOSS Group is engaged in the global apparel market. The Group, which is based in Metzingen Germany employs almost 12,500 people, generated annual sales of EUR 2.4 billion in fiscal year 2013 and is an apparel manufacturer. The Group focuses on developing and marketing high-end women's and men's fashion and accessories. With its brand including the BOSS core brand, the lines BOSS Orange, BOSS Green and the progressive brand HUGO, Co. targets different, consumer groups. The brands consists of modern business wear, evening wear and sportswear, shoes and leather accessories as well as licensed fragrances, eyewear, watches, children's fashion, home textiles and mobile accessories.
Since 1996, Bryan, Garnier & Co has been growing with an absolute conviction that the investment banking landscape would experience a major revolution: most of the large local generalist banking groups will disappear to the benefit of a handful of global powerhouses, and an emerging group of independent, highly specialised boutique investment banks.
>‘Claim 5’ strategy and people are key, strong momentum unchanged - On Monday evening Hugo Boss invited us to a store visit in Oxford Street, London. While the store manager together with CSO Oliver Timm explained the new store concept, there was also a Q&A session with CEO Daniel Grieder, CSO Oliver Timm and CFO Yves Mueller. Major takeaways are: 1/ the performance of the new store is above the company’s expectations. 2/ ‘Claim 5’ is the right strategy and Hugo Boss...
Entry into the processing software segment comfort us in the ability of Basler to strenghten even more its fundamentals in the Medium Term. Realistic comments from the CFO on the economic outllook during our roadshow in Paris lead us to adopt a slightly more cautious stance on (i) short-term outlook in terms of sales and margins while we remain confindent on the FY25 EUR400m sales guidance. However, we reiterate our NEUTRAL rating as we see no upside catalyst in end FY22e,. Our DCF valuation now points to a EUR29 TP (vs EUR33).
We downgrade our rating to Neutral from Buy and have cut our DCF-derived target price to CHF58 from CHF118 - with very limited upside potential - following the profit warning announced on 13th October. We have slashed our adj. EPS estimates by 18-28% over 2022-2025, and have been more conservative in our medium-term assumptions and WACC. In this context of absence of economic visibility, banks think twice before investing in a transformation project, thus translating into lenghtened decision cycles – notwithstanding poor sales execution during the last few months. Finally, while share price pe...
We view inflation as a catalyst to accelerate outsourcing and bring people back to office. In this context, Facility Management companies have proven pricing power and they have demonstrated their capacity in cutting costs. Based on our analysis, we confirm our positive outlook for guidance on FY 2022 margins and a potential improvement in 2023. We continue to prioritize Compass, ISS and Elis in our coverage
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