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Vestor DM podnosi rekomendację mBanku do "neutralnie"

W dniu wydania raportu kurs akcji wynosił 439,2 zł.
"Sprzedaż zorganizowanej części przedsiębiorstwa mFinanse, oczekiwania co do wyników za I kw. 2018 roku oraz zmiany w oczekiwanej ścieżce podwyżek stóp procentowych skłoniły nas do obniżenia prognoz zysku netto mBanku o 11 proc. i 10 proc. w 2018 roku i 2019 roku" - napisano w raporcie.
"Nasze prognozy są obecnie 5 proc. poniżej konsensusu, który – w naszej ocenie – nie uwzględnia w pełni utraconych na skutek sprzedaży zorganizowanej części przedsiębiorstwa mFinanse przychodów" - dodano.
W ocenie analityków Vestor DM, ze względu na słabszy w porównaniu do konkurentów profil marży odsetkowej netto i kosztów ryzyka, mBank pozostaje jednym z najmniej rentownych spośród analizowanych przez brokera banków - w latach 2018-2019 Vestor DM oczekuje odpowiednio 8 proc. i 8,6 proc. zwrotu na kapitale własnym banku wobec 9,6 proc. i 10,5 proc. średnio w całym sektorze bankowym.
"Z drugiej jednak strony mBank oferuje solidny wzrost zysku na akcję (9 proc. i 15 proc. rdr w latach 2018-2019), ma możliwość wypłaty dywidendy oraz konsekwentnie zmniejsza udział hipotek walutowych w strukturze kredytów" - napisano w rekomendacji.
"Dlatego też, wycenę na poziomie 15,6-krotności zysku prognozowanego na 2018 rok oraz 1,2-krotności wartości księgowej uważamy za adekwatną" - dodano.
Autorem rekomendacji Vestor DM jest Michał Fidelus. Pierwsze rozpowszechnienie raportu Vestor DM nastąpiło 19 kwietnia, o godzinie 8.00.

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    Banks | Poland Recommendation upgrade
    mBank  We upgrade our rating to Neutral from Sell , with TP
    slightly down to PLN 441 from PLN 443
    Neutral (from Sell)  We cut our adjusted net profit estimates by 11% in
    2018E and by 10% in 2019E.
    TP: PLN 441

    All prices are those current at the end of April 17 , 2018,17:30 unless otherwise indicated. Prices are sourced from local exchanges via Reuters, Bloomberg and other vendors. Da ta is sourced from Vestor DM and subject companies. Investors should consider this report as on ly a single factor in making their investment decision. This document is an investment research within the meaning of article 36.1 Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/565 of 25 April 2016 supplementing Dire ctive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards organizational requirements and operating conditions for investment firms and defined terms for the purposes of that Directive.


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    Upgrade to Neutral after the share price drop.
    We trim our 12M TP for mBank to PLN 441 from PLN 443 previously, but due to share
    price drop we upgrade our rating to Neutral (from Sell ). Sale of an organized part of
    mFinanse coupled with 1Q18E results and changes in expected interest rates cuts
    prompted us to cut our earnings estimates for mBank by 11 /10 % in 2018 /19 E. Our
    forecasts are 5% below consensus, that – in our view – does not fully reflect revenues
    lost due to sale of mFinanse. Due to poor NIM -CoR profile mBank remains one of the
    least profitable banks in our coverage (in 2018/19E we expect 8.0/8.6% ROE vs. 9.6/
    10.5 % sector median ). However, it offers decent EPS growth (9/15% YoY in 2018/19E),
    is capable to pay dividend and has been co ntinuously reducing its FX mortgage
    exposure. Thus, we see its current valuation at 15.6x 2018E P/E and 1.2x P/BV as fair .
    In this note we present also 1Q18E preview for all the 9 banks in our coverage.
    1Q18 driven by one -off . We expect mBank to report 1Q18 net profit of PLN 377m (72%
    YoY) driven by one -off gain on sale of mFinanse. We expect adjusted earnings though to
    drop 6% YoY (to PLN 287m) negatively affected by higher provisions (74% YoY) and costs
    (5% YoY) that should mo re than offset strong NII (10% YoY ) and F&C (5% YoY).
    We cut our 2018/19E estimates by 11/ 10 %. Sales of mFinanse coupled with 4Q17
    results and changes in expected interest rates cuts (we now assume 25bp hike in 4Q19
    vs. 2x25bp in 3/4Q18 previously) prompte d us to cut our earnings estimates by 11% in
    2018E and by 10 % in 2019E. Our 2018/19E forecasts are 5% below consensus.
    We expect downgrades in consensus estimates . In March 2018 mBank finalized sale of
    an organized pa rt of mFinanse. The bank expects to report PLN 177m one -off gain in
    1Q18 and up to PLN 190m spread over the next 6 years. According to our estimates the
    sold part of mFinanse added to mBank’s 2017 consolidated revenues c. PLN 90m ( 10%
    of net fee income ). However, s tarting in 2Q18 it will no longer support the bank’s
    revenues , what - in our view – is yet not fully reflected in consensus estimates.
    Valuation sounds fair . At our forecasts mBank is trading at 15.6x 2018E P/E and 1.2x
    P/BV, with 4% premium and 10% discount to peers, respectively. Given expected EPS
    growth on one hand and below average profitability on the other hand, we see its
    current valuation as fair .
    CHF risk declining, but still on . While mBank has been successfully reducing its FX
    mortgage risk, with 21% share of FX mortgages in total loans it remains one of the most
    exposed Polish banks. We maintain our assumption of PLN 4.8bn FX conversion sector
    cost resulting from a quarterly contribution at 0.2% of FX loan book , that would consume
    c. 13 % of net profit in the first year and 4% of BV over the next 5 years .
    Figure 1. mBank – Key data , 201 5-20 20 E
    2015 2016 2017 2018E 2019E 2020E
    Adjusted net profit (PLNm) 1 180 996 1 092 1 191 1 371 1 504
    YoY change (%) -8% -16% 10% 9% 15% 10%
    Adjusted ROE (%) 10.1% 7.9% 8.0% 8.0% 8.6% 8.9%
    P/E (x) adjusted 15.7 18.6 17.0 15.6 13.6 12.4
    P/BV (x) 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1
    DPS* (PLN) 0.0 0.0 5.1 9.9 13.3 14.6
    DY* (%) 0.0% 0.0% 1.2% 2.3% 3.0% 3.3%
    * from the year’s earnings. Source: Company data, Vestor DM estimates
    Company data
    Rating Neutral
    Target Price (PLN) 441.0
    Market Price (PLN) 439.2
    Upside/ downside 0%
    Previous rating Sell
    Previous Target Price (PLN) 443.0
    Min (52W) 372.7
    Max (52W) 538.0
    Market cap ( PLNm ) 18,583
    Avg. 3M Turnover (PLN m) 7.8
    Shareholders %
    Commerzbank AG 69.4% Other 30.6% Company description
    mBank is the fourt h largest bank in Poland with almost 7% market share in assets and 271 branches. The bank has a strong exposure to corporate loans (44% of the loan book) and FX mortgage loans (21% vs. 17% PLN mortgage loans). Consumer loans constitute 15% of mBank’s loan book. mBank vs. WIG vs. WIG Banks 12M relative price performance rebased
    Source: Bloomberg, Vestor DM








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    5) Dividend discount model (DDM),
    6) net asset value (NAV),
    7) Sum of the parts,
    8) Discounted residual income model (DRIM),
    9) Risk -adjusted net present value (rNPV).
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    The discounted residual income model includes equity at the end of a given financial year, excess equity (return on equity ov er cost of equity) the company is expected to generate in the estimation period and a discounted residual value post -estimation period. On one hand, the method includes profitability of the company compared to a cost of equity, but on the other hand it is st rongly dependent on a number of parameters and assumptions.
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    EBIT – earnings before interest and tax
    NOPAT – net operational profit after taxation
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    ROE – return on equity
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    CAGR – cumulative average annual growth
    CPI – consumer price index
    COE – cost of equity
    L-F-L – like for like
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    Accumulate - indicates a stock's total return to exceed more than respective cost of equity over the next twelve months.
    Neutral - indicates a stock's total return to be in range of 0% to respective cost of equity over the next twelve months.
    Reduce - indicates a stock's total return to be in range of minus respective cost of equity to 0% over the next twelve months.





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    Sell - indicates a stock's total return to be less than minus respective cost of equity over the next twelve months.
    ANY PERSON WHO ACCEP TS THIS DOCUMENT AGREES TO BE BOUND BY THE FOREGOING DISCLAIMER AND LIMITATIONS.
    List of all recommendations issued by Vestor in the last 12 months: Company Recommendation Date Analyst TP Current price at the time of publication of the recommendation
    Recommendation Time horizon
    Archicom 2017 -04-19 Marek Szymański 22.5 16.2 Not rated 12M Grupa Azoty 2017 -04-25 Katarzyna Włodarczyk 62.1 68.9 Sell 12M Mercator Medical 2017 -04-27 Aleksandra Jakubowska 25.1 18.0 Not rated 12M KGHM 2017 -05-11 Marcin Stebakow 121 116 Neutral 12M JSW 2017 -05-11 Marcin Stebakow 112 78 Buy 12M 11 Bit Studios 2017 -05-12 Jakub Rafał 255.8 177.2 Buy 12M Warimpex 2017 -05-29 Marek Szymański 5.66 5.11 Not rated 12M Kruk 2017 -06-02 Michał Fidelus 316.0 300.9 Neutral 12M Vigo System 2017 -06-12 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 468 372 Not rated 12M Ciech 2017 -06-13 Katarzyna Włodarczyk 72.3 65.4 Neutral 12M Wawel 2017 -06-14 Marcin Stebakow 1368.0 1175 Buy 12M Colian 2017 -06-30 Marcin Stebakow 3.48 3.50 Not rated 12M Marvipol 2017 -07-13 Marek Szymański 18.0 12.7 Not rated 12M PKO BP 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 34.0 35.8 Reduce 12M Pekao 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 140.0 128.0 Accumulate 12M BZ WBK 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 349.0 362.5 Reduce 12M mBank 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 380.0 460.0 Sell 12M ING BSK 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 191.0 189.0 Neutral 12M Handlowy 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 71.0 68.1 Neutral 12M Millennium 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 7.1 7.5 Reduce 12M Alior 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 68.0 60.5 Accumulate 12M Getin Noble Bank 2017 -07-24 Michał Fidelus 1.58 1.45 Neutral 12M Grupa Azoty 2017 -07-28 Katarzyna Włodarczyk 75.0 67.6 Accumulate 12M JSW 2017 -08-09 Marcin Stebakow 102.0 90.5 Buy 12M Ciech 2017 -08-10 Katarzyna Włodarczyk 68.0 62.5 Neutral 12M Lotos 2017 -08-21 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 56.0 51.0 Neutral 12M Getback 2017 -08-25 Michał Fidelus 26.6 21.8 Accumulate 12M KGHM 2017 -08-28 Marcin Stebakow 153.0 126.0 Buy 12M Wawel 2017 -08-30 Marcin Stebakow 1153 990 Buy 12M Mercator Medical 2017 -09-07 Aleksandra Jakubowska 23.1 18.0 Not rated 12M Kruk 2017 -09-14 Michał Fidelus 340.0 311.0 Accumulate 12M Bogdanka 2017 -09-21 Marcin Stebakow 95.0 78.0 Buy 12M JSW 2017 -09-28 Marcin Stebakow 107 93 Buy 12M MZN Property 2017 -10-04 Aleksandra Jakubowska 2.0 1.45 Not rated 12M Warimpex 2017 -10-11 Marek Szymański 7.3 6.73 Not rated 12M ATC Cargo 2017 -10-13 Marcin Stebakow 3.0 2.0 Not rated 12M LPP 2017 -10-19 Marek Szymański 6962.0 7960.0 Sell 12M CCC 2017 -10-19 Marek Szymański 322.0 265.3 Buy 12M PKO BP 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 35.0 36.7 Reduce 12M Pekao 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 139 125.2 Accumulate 12M BZ WBK 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 370 356 Neutral 12M mBank 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 393 452.5 Reduce 12M ING BSK 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 193 191.2 Neutral 12M Handlowy 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 75.0 70.0 Neutral 12M Millennium 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 7.7 7.55 Neutral 12M Alior Bank 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 80.0 70.2 Buy 12M Getin Noble 2017 -10-24 Michał Fidelus 1.40 1.53 Reduce 12M Marvipol 2017 -10-24 Marek Szymański 19.0 13 Not rated 12M KGHM 2017 -11-23 Marcin Stebakow 134 114.25 Buy 12M JSW 2017 -11-29 Marcin Stebakow 86.8 90.2 Reduce 12M Vigo System 2017 -12-05 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 455 305 Not rated 12M LW Bogdanka 2017 -12-07 Marcin Stebakow 75 95 Accumulate 12M Śnieżka 2017 -12-08 Aleksandra Jakubowska 63 69 Not rated 12M Dom Development 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 90 83.4 Accumulate 12M Atal 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 43 41.0 Neutral 12M LC Corp 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 3.3 2.7 Buy 12M Robyg 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 4.1 3.5 Accumulate 12M Lokum Deweloper 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 23 16.55 Buy 12M Archicom 2017 -12-14 Marek Szymański 23 15.39 Not rated 12M PKO BP 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 45 44.3 Neutral 12M Pekao 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 152 134.3 Buy 12M BZ WBK 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 442 408.4 Accumulate 12M mBank 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 443 496 Sell 12M ING BSK 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 222 215 Neutral 12M Handlowy 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 86 83 Neutral 12M Millenium 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 8.9 9.4 Reduce 12M Alior 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 87 78 Accumulate 12M Getin Noble Bank 2018 -01-08 Michał Fidelus 1.55 1.71 Reduce 12M PKN 2018 -01-09 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 117 106.7 Neutral 12M Lotos 2018 -01-09 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 54 57.4 Reduce 12M PKP Cargo 2018 -02-14 Marcin Stebakow 68 58.8 Buy 12M BZ WBK 2018 -02-21 Michał Fidelus 436 385.8 Buy 12M Wielton 2018 -02-23 Marcin Górnik 15.3 12.36 Buy 12M Selvita 2018 -03-20 Beata Szparaga -Waśniewska 85 59 Not rated 12M JSW 2018 -03-22 Marcin Stebakow 99 95.3 Neutral 12M Marvipol Development 2018 -03-26 Marek Szymański 8.9 8.7 Not rated 12M Kruk 2018 -03-28 Michał Fidelus 286 208 Buy 12M British Automotive Holding 2018 -03-28 Marek Szymański 10.5 8.3 Not rated 12M
    Aplisens 2018 -04-04 Michał Wojciechowski 15.1 12.9 Buy 12M Wielton 2018 -04-05 Marcin Górnik 16.0 13.7 Buy 12M KGHM 2018 -04-16 Marcin Stebakow 110.0 92.0 Buy 12M LPP 2018 -04-18 Marek Szymański 9000 8965 Neutral 12M CCC 2018 -04-18 Marek Szymański 310 272 Buy 12M


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