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Morrisons Memo 140122

Morrisons. Significantly More Leveraged Trajectory Than ASDA. How Sustainable Is Pro Forma Capital Structure To Revenue Loss To Aldi From Aldi’s Planned New Store Openings? Store-By-Store Analysis
PUBLISHED: 14 January 2022
PAGES: 130
PRODUCT CODE: MRWLN0001
SUBMARKET: Morrisons, Top Reports, Top Reports,

£1,970.00

Why Read?

  • Understand how resilient Morrisons’ EV, FCF, leverage and liquidity are to potential revenue loss: (1) to Aldi as Aldi executes on its planned store openings to 2025; and (2) to normalisation of COVID-induced food stock-piling 
  • Understand how well covered Morrisons’ to-be-issued Senior Secured Notes (SSNs) and Senior Notes (SNs) are across our base and bear cases (assuming these are a straight terming out of Morrisons’ Senior Secured and Junior Bridge Facilities) and their risk relative to ASDA’s SSNs

What’s New?

  • Catchment area analysis of extent of competition Morrisons may face from each of Aldi’s planned new store openings to 2025
  • Comparison of Morrisons’ KPIs vs other UK food retailers – sales and EBITDA densities, store estates, rent levels, margins, cash generation
  • Financial projections, DCF valuation and sensitivities, across base and bear cases

Questions Answered

  • Has Morrisons already absorbed, over FY 14- FY 16, most of the competitive impact from Aldi’s rise or is Morrisons still particularly at risk of further market share loss to Aldi from the latter’s plans to open a further c. 300 stores by 2025?
  • How resilient is Morrisons’ pro forma capital structure to revenue loss to Aldi from Aldi’s planned new store openings?

  1. View, Variant Perception & Recommendations


  2. Business Overview & Analysis




  3. Historic Financials Analysis




  4. Financial Projections, Valuation & Sensitivities – Base & Bear Cases



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