CEZ Group is a dynamic, integrated electricity conglomerate based in the Czech Republic and with operations in a number of countries of Central and Southeastern Europe and Turkey. Co. is an international group consisting of nearly 120 companies, Czech and foreign. Co.'s primary activities involve the production and transmission of electricity through nuclear, coal-fired and hydro power stations; production and distribution of heat and processing of secondary products generated during the production of electricity and heat as well as coal mining. Co. has operating companies in Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, the Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Hungary, Albania, Turkey, Serbia, and Slovakia.
Datawalk SA Formerly known as Pilab SA. Datawalk SA, formerly known as Pilab SA, is a Poland-based a software publisher. The Company specializes in the area of data analysis, offering Business Intelligence solutions. It operates DataWalk, an agile analysis platform, which enables financial and insurance institutions to discover fraud attempts, combat money laundering, as well as analyze and monitor business processes, such as sales, claim adjustment and debt collection, among other applications. The Company operates through Datawalk Inc, its wholly-owned subsidiary based in the United States.
Erste Group is a financial services provider based in Austria. As of Dec 31 2015, Co.'s total assets amounted to Euro199,743 million and the number of customers was approximately 16.5 million. Co.'s key business is the retail business, covering the entire spectrum from lending, deposit and investment products to current accounts and credit cards. In addition to providing financial services to private individuals, Co.'s core activities also include advisory services and support for corporate clients in financing, investment and access to international capital markets, public sector funding and interbank market operations.
Eurobank Ergasias and its subsidiaries are organized in the following reportable segments: Retail. which incorporates customer current accounts, savings, deposits and investment savings products, credit and debit cards, consumer loans, small business banking and mortgages; Corporate, which incorporates direct debit facilities, current accounts, deposits, overdrafts, loan and other credit facilities, foreign currency and derivative products; Wealth Management, which incorporates private banking services; Global and Capital Markets, which incorporates investment banking services; and International, which incorporates operations in Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Cyprus, Ukraine and Luxembourg.
Globe Trade Centre is the parent company of the capital group, Globe Trade Centre (the Group). The Group is engaged in the development and rental of office and retail space and the development and sale of residential units. The Group is a real estate company in Central and Eastern Europe and South-eastern Europe, operating in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Slovakia. Additionally, it co-owns land in Ukraine and Russia and operates in the Czech Republic. The Group's portfolio comprises: completed office buildings and office parks as well as retail and entertainment centres; residential projects; and undeveloped plots of land and suspended projects.
Otokar Otomotive Ve Savunma Sanavi is engaged in the import, manufacture, assembly, sale and export of bodies, engines, and all other components of all kinds of land, sea and air defense vehicles, as well as security vehicles, commercial buses, trucks, minibuses, midibuses, panel vans, cross-country vehicles, etc. Co.'s primary focus is on the production of Land Rover 4x4 and minibuses.
Titan Cement Co. and, its subsidiaries (collectively, the Group) are engaged in the production, trade and distribution of a range of construction materials, including cement, concrete, aggregates, cement blocks, dry mortars and fly ash. The Group operates primarily in Greece, the Balkans, Egypt, Turkey and the U.S. The Group operates in 14 countries in Europe, North America and the Eastern Mediterranean and is organized in the following four operating (geographic) segments: Greece and Western Europe, North America, South East Europe, and Eastern Mediterranean.
WOOD & Company is the leading investment bank in Emerging Europe. Founded in 1991 and head-quartered in Prague, our footprint spans the region and touches investors around the globe.
A pioneer in Emerging Europe, WOOD executed many of the first CEE equity trades and landmark investment banking transactions. Our electronic trading platform was the first in the region, and remains the best. We are continually expanding our relevance and reach in these ever-evolving markets.
Our equity market share reflects our stature: 7% in Warsaw, 20% in Bucharest, 16% in Hungary, 40% in Prague and 5% in Vienna. Our distribution is unparalleled, with the largest salesforce in the region, servicing a uniquely diverse investor base.
We couple local expertise with a truly international perspective. With offices on the ground in the region, and in key financial hubs such as London and Milano, we are never far from our clients and we remain at the forefront of what’s afoot in the CEE emerging and frontier landscape.
Two Directors at Erste Group Bank AG bought 7,222 shares at between 22.000EUR and 22.457EUR. The significance rating of the trade was 62/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing...
HEADLINES: • EME Macro/Strategy: US macro - may be heading for 6% rates and recession • Shoper: 2Q22 adjusted EBITDA broadly in line with preliminary figure NEUTRAL • Santander Bank Polska: sees increase in OSII buffer - cross-read for Bank Pekao • PKO BP: sees OSII hike to 200bps (up from 100bps) • Polyus: 1H22 financial results - in line with consensus EBITDA, further pressure ahead NEUTRAL • Short News (COTE, SNP, SNG)
We confirm our BUY call but lower our 12m TP to EUR 36 (was 41) because of raising COE, consideration of windfall profit taxes in HU (and CZ) and minor cautious model adjustments in the long-term Erste may be able generate ROTE of >12% until 2024e assuming not aggressive 200 bps rate hike in EA (vs. 300 bps realistic) which should be sufficient to digest increasing risk and operating costs as well as to compensate for subdued loan growth in the upcoming economic slowdown (RBIe 1.7% weighted GDP growth and 4% loan growth in 2023e/24e) We price-in cumulative risk costs of 90 bps until 2023e (in...
HEADLINES: • EME macro/strategy: shock therapy to curb inflation, but test institutions and keep FX pressure high • Fintel Energija: growth without windfall taxes or price caps (stays BUY) • AD Plastik: fairly valued until the risks fade away (stays HOLD) • Polish banks: resolution procedures begin for Getin Noble Bank • PKO BP and PZU: are buying shares in PKN Orlen from the State Treasury NEUTRAL • Alior Bank: to pay PLN 53m into the mortgagors' support fund in 2022E NEUTRAL • PCF Group: 2Q22 EBITDA in line with the preliminary figures NEUTRAL • Wirtualna Polska: increases its stake in ...
We maintain our HOLD rating on AD Plastik, but reduce our 12M price target (PT) to HRK 84 (from HRK 88), implying 9% upside. We now see slightly higher EU revenues in 2022E and 2023E, but scale down Russia, following the announcement of the partial mobilisation, which we expect to affect both supply and demand negatively. With our 80% yoy drop in Russian sales this year, and no improvements in 2023E, we believe the downside potential from the Russian market remains limited, with only a new wave of sanctions complicating the picture further, from a risk perspective. We maintain our previous ass...
Over the last few weeks, the sharp hawkish message of the Federal Reserve, and the worsening of the tensions between the EU/US and Russia, have sharply escalated the risk that we are heading for a global downturn of the severity of the 2008 crisis, and the complexity of the 2020 pandemic. The data available show that, in September, the economic slowdown that was beginning to become apparent in August has accelerated and has spread to all sectors. The energy crisis is forcing all the EU member states to save on energy and is beginning to bring congestion to the production chains. Thus, we now e...
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