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Pro-Gest Memo 191219

Deep Value Play. Analysing The Options. Large Repricing Possible
PUBLISHED: 19 December 2019
PAGES: 206
PRODUCT CODE: PROGST0002
SUBMARKET: Pro-Gest, Top Reports, Top Reports,

£2,670.00

Why Read?

  • Understand why Pro-Gest’s liquidity is likely stronger than market participants believe
  • Understand why Pro-Gest is likely to be a desired M&A target and its low market-implied EV / 2019E Adj EBITDA multiple
  • Clear up market confusion on recent events – Mantua plant authorization; uncommitted working capital credit facilities; asset sales and litigation
  • Understand potential maintenance covenant breaches (triggers at Cartiere Villa Lagarina solo, Pro-Gest SpA solo and Pro-Gest consolidated), cross-acceleration and cross-default
  • Understand many scenarios regarding: Mantua plant authorization; magnitude and timing of final anti-trust fine; availability of uncommitted working capital credit facilities or equivalent new receivables factoring facility; revenue & EBITDA contraction potential vs 2006 – 2009 downturn given increased supply and adverse cycle; shocks to days payable outstanding, days receivable outstanding and days inventory outstanding 
  • Understand importance of looking at Cartiere Villa Lagarina solo (Italian-language) financial statements and analysis thereof
  • Understand Italian local press – key issues in Mantua plant authorization; potential sale of Mantua plant
  • Understand Italian law restructuring options to deal with Pro-Gest should it need to restructure 
  • Understand key drivers in recovery analysis and our base and bear case recoveries 

What’s New?

  • Analysis and valuation of potential asset sales
  • Potential financing / refinancing structure
  • Detailed liquidity (and full financial) analysis with sensitivities to: Mantua plant authorization; magnitude and timing of final anti-trust fine; availability of uncommitted working capital credit facilities or equivalent new receivables factoring facility; revenue & EBITDA contraction potential vs 2006 – 2009 downturn given increased supply and adverse cycle; shocks to days payable outstanding (DPO), days sales outstanding (DSO) and days inventory outstanding (DIO)
  • Analysis of why Pro-Gest is likely a desirable M&A target and comparable transactions
  • Analysis of Cartiere Villa Lagarina solo financial statements
  • Review of Q3 2019 results and company updates
  • Timetable of expected events

Questions Answered

  • Under what circumstances and when would liquidity break?
  • What is the recovery range on Pro-Gest’s 3.25% 2024 senior unsecured bonds across our full range of scenarios and sensitivities?
  • How would a debt restructuring work for Pro-Gest under Italian law? Art. 67, Art. 182-bis; Art. 161
  • How deep was the 2006 – 2009 downturn in European containerboard and corrugated board and packaging and how do our base and bear cases compare with this?
  • What is the outlook for the demand-supply balance in the Italian containerboard market?
  • What is the potential realizable value for the Mantua plant if the project is abandoned?
  • How has Pro-Gest compared with peers over time? Revenue growth; EBITDA margin; DPO, DSO and DIO; capex; ROIC; FCF; leverage; valuation multiples 
  • What are the key points from Pro-Gest’s various bond, mini-bond and credit facility indentures to be aware of?
  • What are the key catalysts and dates for these?
  • What exactly are the key issues of contention around the Mantua plant’s Integrated Environmental Authorization application?

  1. View, Variant Perception & Recommendations

  2. Business Overview

  3. Industry Overview

  4. Group Structure & Capitalization

  5. Historic Financial Analysis

  6. Trading Update – ER Q319

  7. Trading Update

  8. Forecasts – Base Case

  9. Forecasts – Bear Case

  10. M&A  And Comparable Transactions

  11. Liquidity & Restructuring

  12. Investment Considerations

    Appendix

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