Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Talwalkars Better Value Pvt Ltd : TBVF
Issue opens on - 21th April 2010, Wednesday
Issue closes on - 23th April 2010, Friday
QIB Book - 30,25,000 shares (50% of Net issue)
HNI Book - 9,07,500shares (15% of Net issue)
Retail Book - 21,17,500 shares (35% of Net issue)
Total No. of Shares offered - 60,50,000 shares or 25.09%
Equity Shares outstanding after the Issue - 2,41,15,672 Eq Sh
Equity Shares outstanding prior Issue - 1,80,65,672 Eq Sh
Total Size of the Issue- Rs. 74.42 Crs. - Rs. 77.44 Crs.
Talwalkars Better Value Pvt Ltd (TBVF) - Commonly famous as Talwalkars, is India’s largest chain of health centers. The company established in 1932, it operates 58 health clubs in 28 cities, serves 55,000 clients in India.Hence demands premium. Talwalkars were the Official Fitness Partners for Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon in 2008 and 2009 and Femina Miss India Contest in 2009.
The proceeds will be used for setting up of 27 additional health clubs about Rs.50.22 cr and repaying certain unsecured loans of Rs. 20.59 cr. The issue will constitute 25.09% of the fully diluted post issue paid-up capital of the company. Promoters’ stake will be reduced to 59.39% and non-promoters to 15.42% post issue.
At upper band of Rs.128 the stock is available at 53.9x the P/E & 2.6x the P/Bv based on FY10 post issue EPS of Rs.2.4 & BVPS of Rs 48.6. For the year ended on 31st March 2009 company reported PAT of Rs.5.687cr on total income of Rs.59.424 crs, For the period ended in April-September 2009 ,Company posted PAT of Rs.31.90 cr on the total income of Rs. 358.82 cr.
CARE has assigned an IPO Grade 3 to Talwalkars Better Value Fitness Ltd IPO. This means as per CARE company has 'Average Fundamentals'. CARE assigns IPO grading on a scale of 5 to 1, with Grade 5 indicating strong fundamentals and Grade 1 indicating poor fundamentals.
TBVF IS AT EXPENSIVE VALUATION: BUT GOOD BUSINESS
The company has set a price band of Rs 123 to Rs 128 per equity share of Rs 10 face value. At the lower band of Rs 123 per share, the P/E would be 51.6 times the annualized EPS of Rs 2.4 for the nine months ended December 2009 (on post-IPO equity) and 82 times the EPS of Rs 1.5 (on post-IPO equity) for FY09. At the upper price band of Rs 128 per share, the P/E would be 54 times the annualized EPS for the nine months ended December 2009 and 85 times the EPS for FY09. There is no comparable listed company. The very high valuation already factors in very high growth rates in future.