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RNS Number : 0374N
Fulcrum Utility Services Ltd
20 September 2019
 

20 September 2019

FULCRUM UTILITY SERVICES LIMITED

("Fulcrum", the "Company" or the "Group")

Preliminary results for the year ended 31 March 2019

 

Fulcrum, the UK's market leading independent multi-utility infrastructure and services provider, today announces its preliminary results for the year ended 31 March 2019.

 

Financial performance

·      Revenue up 20.4% to £48.9 million (2018 restated: £40.6 million)

·      Adjusted EBITDA* up 16.8% to £10.0 million (2018 restated: £8.6 million)

·      Profit before tax of £6.0 million (2018 restated: £6.9 million) and adjusted profit before tax* of £8.6 million (2018 restated: £7.9 million)

·      Net cash inflows from operations of £3.5 million (2018: £3.1 million)

·      Adjusted earnings per share of 3.5p (2018 restated: 4.3p) and basic earnings per share of 2.3p (2018 restated: 3.7p)

·      Net cash of £3.8 million as at 31 March 2019 (2018: £9.4 million)

·      Net assets per share up 17.8% to 20.5p

·      The financial statements for FY2019 reflect the adoption of IFRS15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers and the results for FY2018 have been restated (see next page for impact statement)

 

Dividend

·      The Board is recommending a final dividend of 1.5p per share (2018: 1.4p per share) resulting in a full-year dividend of 2.25p per share (2018: 2.1p), an increase of 7.1% against the prior year

·      The dividend reflects the Board's ongoing confidence in the Group's ability to generate cash and its future prospects.

 

Operational highlights

·      Sustained growth in the order book, up 41% since March 2018 to £60.5 million (2018: £42.8 million)

·      In FY2019, our housing team secured £18.7 million in new multi‐utility housing project orders, up 74% on the prior year

·      Utility asset estate transportation revenues up by 53% to £3.0 million, with external capital commitments up by 84% to £18.7 million (2018: £10.4 million) providing forward visibility of asset earnings

·      Enhanced our in-house talent with the addition of new skillsets to underpin our expansion into smart metering and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, alongside developing our expertise in the multi-utility and asset ownership sectors

·      Smart meter accreditations gained and first installation contract secured for 90,000 smart meters, forecast to generate revenues of £12.0 million over a three year period

·      Electric vehicle charging infrastructure projects secured at £1.0 million with our integrated design, build and connect service.

 

*Adjusted EBITDA is operating profit excluding the impact of exceptional items, depreciation, amortisation and equity settled share based payment charges. Adjusted profit before tax is profit before tax excluding the impact of exceptional items and the amortisation of acquired intangibles. Full reconciliation of APM provided in note 3.

 

 

Martin Harrison, CEO of Fulcrum, said:

 

"FY2019 has been a year of progress for the Fulcrum Group. The nature of the UK's ongoing requirement for investment in its new utility infrastructure networks provides us with long-term prospects for continued growth. The Group has established a positive reputation across its markets through a track record of reliable and responsive delivery, evidenced through our relationships with customers.

 

Whilst we remain vigilant of the short-term impacts of economic and political uncertainty, and expect a softening of the Infrastructure Services market in the current financial year, our strategy to broaden our range of services, especially electric vehicle charging infrastructure and smart metering installations, will continue to provide long-term, sustainable growth opportunities. We look forward to progressing on our strategic priorities over the next 12 months. With the combined expertise, drive and dedication of our employees across the Group, we have a real opportunity to develop our position within the utility services market. We are confident in our ability to deliver incremental value to our stakeholders."

 

Explanation of delay to announcement of preliminary results

 

The delay to the announcement of the results was due to the Group and its auditor needing to agree the accounting treatment for the adoption of IFRS15: Revenue from Contracts with Customers.  Detailed consideration of accounting guidance led the Group to conclude in late May 2019 that a revised interpretation would be more appropriate. Given the significance of the proposed change it was the subject of extended technical consideration and the Board informed the market of the delay on 3 June 2019 and did not form a final view on the appropriate accounting policies until 5 July 2019.  The change meant that profit on projects would be different depending on whether the infrastructure assets being constructed were to be retained and adopted by the Group's licensed infrastructure companies, or were adopted by a third party licensed infrastructure company. In the case of Group adoption of assets, as more fully described in the paragraph below, an element of profit may be classed as an asset revaluation and is not included in EBITDA. The Group's EBITDA under the new accounting policy was announced to the market on 16 July 2019, with the reduction from the previously announced EBITDA for the year ending 31 March 2019 going directly to Other Comprehensive Income. Since then, EBITDA has not changed but the Group has had to complete an unprecedented amount of analysis to restate balance sheets at 31 March 2017, 2018 and 2019 for c41,000 live supply points as well as integrating the five-yearly external asset revaluation into this work in order to ensure that utility assets and utility assets under construction were properly restated in the Annual Report and Accounts.

 

Impact of implementation of IFRS15 - Revenue from contracts with customers.

 

The Group has adopted IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers for the current reporting period and retrospectively to each prior reporting period previously presented in accordance with IAS 8 Accounting Policies.  In assessing the application of IFRS15, the Group has reconsidered the previous approach of recognising revenue in respect of the fair value of the infrastructure assets that it constructs and then owns and concluded that the asset is controlled by the Group throughout construction. Accordingly the utility asset is recognised as it is being constructed within Property, Plant and Equipment at the construction cost as incurred and consequently these costs are no longer recorded in cost of sales.  In addition, the Group records  its utility assets at fair value and, as a result, in those cases where the fair value is less than the construction cost an impairment is recorded in cost of sales. The net effect of this change is to record as cost of sales the utility asset value that was previously recognised as revenue.  Where the fair value is greater than the construction cost this profit is now recorded in Other Comprehensive Income but would previously have been reported in the Statement of Consolidated Income.

 

The impact of IFRS15 on the 2019 financial results is as shown in the table below - the pro-forma column shows the financial results on the previously adopted accounting basis.

 

 

Proforma

£m

Adjustments*

£m

As reported

£m

Revenue

57.1

8.2

48.9

Cost of sales

37.7

7.1

30.6

Gross profit

19.4

1.1

18.3

Gross profit (%)

34.0%

 

37.4%

Adjusted EBITDA

11.1

1.1

10.0

 

 

The 2018 financial results have been restated to reflect the above restatement as shown below.

 

 

As previously reported

£m

IFRS15  restatement

£m

As restated

£m

Revenue

44.8

4.2

40.6

Cost of sales

28.3

4.1

24.2

Gross profit

16.5

0.1

16.4

Gross profit (%)

36.8%

-

40.4%

Adjusted EBITDA

8.7

0.1

8.6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Notes to Editors:

Fulcrum is a multi-utility infrastructure and services provider based in Sheffield, UK. The Company's primary business is the provision of utility infrastructure services to the residential, commercial and industrial markets throughout the mainland UK. These range from the design, installation or alteration of utility services for single site properties to large complex multi-site projects. Through its subsidiaries, Fulcrum Pipelines Limited and Fulcrum Electricity Assets Limited, Fulcrum is also licensed as an Independent Gas Transporter and Independent Distribution Network Operator, owning and operating gas and electrical assets that connect properties to the main UK gas and electricity networks. Fulcrum is also a meter asset manager, owning and operating meter assets across mainland UK.

 

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Chairman's Statement

"A year of progress"

 

Results

The 2019 financial year was a period of change and development for the Fulcrum Group with improvements in both operational and financial performance. Revenues increased 20.4% to £48.9 million and, although profit before tax reduced from £6.9 million to £6.0 million, this was principally due to a £1.7 million increase in non-cash depreciation and amortisation. Adjusted profit before tax increased by 8.8% to £8.6 million and Adjusted EBITDA increased by 16.8% to £10.0 million.  The Group also implemented IFRS 15, the impact of which is described more fully in the Chief Financial Officer's Statement.

 

Over the year, Fulcrum strategically and significantly enhanced its business capabilities. While the unexpected suspension of the UK capacity market in late 2018 significantly impacted on its delivery of large projects linked to electricity generation, the acquisition of Dunamis has provided the Group with strategically critical capabilities. Firstly, we are now more competitive in the large and medium electric connections market and we have an increasing pipeline of opportunities to provide these connections, both stand-alone and alongside large gas connections. It fits well with Fulcrum's existing strong position in providing gas infrastructure across a range of sectors, nationally, and enables the Group to offer a full multi-utility service to domestic, commercial and industrial customers. Secondly, the acquisition means that the Group is now established as a provider of electrical installation and maintenance in areas embedded in the delivery of the UK's accelerating transition to a low carbon economy - solar farms, wind generation, battery storage, electric vehicle (EV) charging, smart meters, etc. This is already a large market and one that is expanding each year. Specifically, EV new vehicle registrations are increasing at more than 50% per annum. This growth is already driving a high demand for EV charging points, and this in turn will require significant additions and changes to the electricity network and more electricity generation capacity.

 

Fulcrum's iDNO and iGT licences enable the Group to offer competitive rates through its ability to own and maintain the assets it has installed, providing a long-term secure income stream, alongside the revenues from infrastructure projects. Under these licences the Group is also able to acquire utility assets from third party contractors. During the year, the value of utility assets owned (including assets both built, under construction and acquired) increased by £19.3 million. This reflects increased activity in building and acquiring utility assets and a net increase of £8.0 million arising from an external independent valuation. The total annualised recurring utility asset revenue run rate is now £3.6 million. The Group applies strict financial disciplines to the funding of assets owned, whether built out or acquired. Future asset growth will be funded by existing debt facilities and the sale of assets. Cash generated by the infrastructure business will be retained within that business for reinvestment and dividends.

 

Dividend

The Board remains confident in the strength of the Group's capabilities and its balanced position within its chosen markets.  We have maintained our progressive dividend policy and I am pleased to report that the Board recommends a final dividend of 1.5p per share, giving a full year dividend of 2.25p per share for the year ended 31 March 2019, a 7.1% increase on the prior year (2018: 2.1p).

 

Board and corporate governance

At the end of the financial year, Ian Foster (Chief Operating Officer) retired from the Board after a distinguished career in the UK utilities industry. Post the year end, Hazel Griffiths (Chief Financial Officer) announced her intention to step down from the role and left the business on 28 June 2019. I would like to thank Ian and Hazel for the valuable contribution they have made to the Group. A new Chief Financial Officer, Daren Harris, has been appointed and joined the Group and Board on 24 June 2019.

 

The Board remains committed to the highest standards of corporate governance and to operating in accordance with strong ethical and corporate social responsibility principles. The Board and its Committees play an active role in guiding the Group and leading its strategy. In a business evolving at pace, we maintain a governance structure that underpins and encourages growth, while ensuring effective controls and safeguards are in place.

 

Our people

The Group's performance during the year would not have been possible without the expertise, drive and dedication of our employees. In addition to our colleagues in the Dunamis Group, we have strengthened our in-house talent with the addition of new skillsets.  Also, Terry Dugdale was appointed Chief Operating Officer (gas and multi-utility) to replace Ian Foster.  This ongoing commitment to talent enables us to underpin our expansion into smart metering and electric vehicle infrastructure, alongside enhancing our expertise in the multi-utility and asset ownership sectors. There is a real drive to deliver our core values amongst the workforce and to grow the business. On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank all our employees for their continued hard work and contribution.

 

Outlook

The Board believes that Fulcrum's breadth of services across multi-utility, gas and electrical markets sees it well positioned to capitalise on opportunities across the infrastructure and utility asset ownership sectors and are encouraged by the incremental smart metering and cross-selling opportunities for the Group. Further, compelling electric vehicle infrastructure, photovoltaics (PV), wind and solar opportunities are afforded to the Group by the push for the decarbonisation of energy.

 

In the short term, the softening construction market and the continued suspension of the capacity market present challenges but we remain confident that the successful execution of the Group's strategy and balanced approach to the industrial, commercial and residential markets will deliver long-term, sustainable growth for our shareholders.

 

 

CEO Statement

"A balanced Group with a broad range of gas and electrical capabilities"

 

Highlights:

·      Sustained growth in the order book, up 41.4% since March 2018 to £60.5m

·      Utility asset estate transportation revenues up by 53.0% to £3.0 m

·      Smart meter accreditations gained and first installation contract secured

·      Housing multi-utility sales orders secured up by 74.0% to £18.7 m

·      Net assets per share increased by 17.8% to 20.5 pence per share.

 

2019 review

The Group has successfully developed its strategy to align Fulcrum with its key sector opportunities and now has a balanced exposure to the different energy supply elements of the UK residential and industrial and commercial construction markets. We have a broad and deep in-house technical capability to design and build low, medium and intermediate gas pressure projects, together with high and low voltage electrical projects, including renewables, solar and electric vehicles. This breadth and depth of our expertise has provided us with an excellent foundation to enhance our collaborative gas and electrical opportunities, ensuring we continue to deliver against our growth strategy and strengthen our market position.

 

We remain committed to safety, providing excellent customer service, enhancing our inhouse multiutility and infrastructure services capabilities and growing the utility asset base. The combination of the £20.0 million debt facility (£3.0 million drawn as at 31 March 2019) and our net cash of £3.8 million, positions us well for investing in the long term gas and electricity utility assets. A further £3.0 million was drawn after the year end.  The facility is structured as an "accordion" facility so that £10 million is committed and a further £10 million is available by request from the Group to the bank.

 

We have a robust platform for continued growth over the coming years and remain confident for the future.

 

Financial performance

Year‐on‐year Group revenue increased by £8.3 million or 20.4% to £48.9 million (2018 restated: £40.6 million), benefiting from both organic growth in our core infrastructure and utility asset businesses and a full year's contribution from Dunamis and CDS (acquired in February and March 2018 respectively). Adjusted EBITDA* for the Group increased by £1.4 million or 16.8% to a record £10.0 million (2018 restated: £8.6 million. Although profit before tax reduced from £6.9 million to £6.0 million, this was principally due to a £1.7 million increase in non-cash depreciation and amortisation.  Adjusted profit before tax* increased from £7.9 million to £8.6 million.

 

On a like-for-like** basis, after adjusting for the acquisitions, revenues from infrastructure services amounted to £34.8 million (2018 restated: £36.3 million) a decrease of £1.5 million or 4.0%. The decrease is due to the change in accounting policy described in the Chief Financial Officer's Statement.  Asset ownership revenues increased by 53% to £3.0 million (2018: £2.0 million). With its low cost to serve, this long term, regulated annuity income stream represents a stable, secure, profitable component of the Group's current and future financial performance.

 

The sustained growth in the infrastructure order book demonstrates the successful delivery of our sales growth strategy. The infrastructure sales order book increased by 41.4% year-on-year to £60.5 million at 31 March 2019, up from £42.8 million at 31 March 2018. The March 2019 order book includes the smart metering exchange contract announced in March 2019 that will be delivered over the following three years.

 

Delivering contracts safely, efficiently and profitably

Maintaining the highest standards of health and safety remains a cornerstone of the Group's culture and we are committed to the continual improvement in health and safety performance. In the period, we received the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Order of Distinction, which recognises 16 years of health and safety excellence and demonstrates our commitment to the health and safety of our customers, each other, suppliers, the public and the environment.

 

The Group continues to invest in the business to improve operational capacity and drive efficiencies to optimise profits. In the period, we have increased our direct delivery offering, focusing on strengthening our electrical and multi-utility capabilities to support the growth in electrical and housing sales orders. We continue to use accredited subcontractors to supplement our direct labour teams, notably on longer duration, larger contracts or in more remote geographies around the UK.

 

Underpinned by a continuous improvement philosophy and the aim to make all operational processes simple, standardised, effective and nationally consistent, we continue to refine our operational systems and processes to make it easier to do business and deliver on the ground, challenging and streamlining our cost of delivery to be able to offer the most competitive prices. We evolve and develop low‐cost applications for the mobile devices used by the construction teams to improve communications with customers and streamline internal processes to help drive down the cost of delivery. For example, we have introduced a new hand-held system for maintenance reporting and site survey capture that replaces numerous manual forms, reduces printing costs and saves administration time. We listen to our experienced teams and encourage them to develop efficient and innovative ways of working.

 

Our method of delivery across all functions (direct, indirect and support) will continue to be tested to consistently provide a high level of customer service that meets customers' expectations on process delivery, communications and timescales.

 

Design and Build - infrastructure services

 

Our multi-disciplined approach to infrastructure services provides a balanced stance within the residential and industrial and commercial sectors and enables us to design and build projects of any scale across the whole of mainland UK with our in-house design, project management and build expertise. Our routes to market are well established, with dedicated teams covering major projects, key accounts and technical sales, housing, low and high voltage electricity, renewables, battery storage and electric vehicle charging.

 

We aim to be recognised as the leading utilities services business in the industry through consistently delivering a high level of service, understanding customer requirements and providing tailored solutions to meet their needs. Our brands position the Group as leaders in our markets and ensure that we are visible to new and existing customers.

 

All of our people recognise the vital role they play in being the face of Fulcrum and in developing strong stakeholder relationships at all levels, from site based local teams through to the senior management team. In the spirit of continuous improvement, we seek feedback on how well we engage, perform and deliver for our customers, which we use to develop our services. Our performance over the past year has been consistently positive, with 80.0% of customers rating our service as 'great' (9 or 10 out of 10), an improvement of 2.0% on the prior year (2018: 78.0%). We listen to what went well and how we can improve which we share via continuous learning and knowledge sharing across all functions so we can push for ever higher levels of satisfaction and build trusted relationships between Fulcrum and our customers at all levels.

 

Our sector approach to infrastructure services is detailed below.

 

Gas and multi-utility

Our gas and multi-utility expertise is well recognised and we continue to generate incremental quote opportunities through our dedicated sales, design and technical teams and secure a broad base of projects from £5,000 to over £0.5 million project value.

 

Our responsive teams support a wide variety of customers from a myriad of sources (for example, web, main contractors, mechanical and engineering consultants and housing developers) throughout the design to delivery process, taking the sales leads and converting the opportunities into customer led projects, with their knowledgeable and integrated design and sales approach.

 

The housing market continues to present a significant growth opportunity. We are working with the national, regional and local house builders and during the period our housing teams secured £18.7 million in new multi‐utility housing schemes, a notable 74.0% increase on the prior year. These schemes will be built out and utilities connected in the months and years ahead, providing an internal feed to the own and operate utility asset ownership part of the business.

 

With our established and growing customer base, clearly focused and incentivised work winning approach, competitive pricing model, trusted delivery and a significant utility market to penetrate, we are confident that sales will continue to grow in the long term.

 

Electricity

The electrical infrastructure market is strategically important for Fulcrum and represents a significant growth opportunity in the long term, particularly given the increasing desire of customers to seek gas and electrical installation services from one integrated provider. Our ability to design and build and then adopt, own and operate electrical connections under our Independent Distribution Network Operator (IDNO) licence provides a cohesive service and enhances our ability to build a portfolio of stable, secure and low risk regulated long term income‐generating assets.

 

The acquisition of Dunamis in February 2018 significantly expanded and extended Fulcrum's capabilities and specialist knowledge in the electrical infrastructure services sector creating one of the UK's leading gas and electrical infrastructure services groups. The Fulcrum Group is able to offer an extensive range of electrical infrastructure services including the design of connections to the Distribution Network Operators' ("DNO") technical standard, accredited construction and installation up to 132kV and a comprehensive range of maintenance and operational services.

 

The integration of Dunamis has progressed well during the period and in line with plans, with increasing numbers of collaborative gas and electricity opportunities being generated, secured and delivered.  During the period some of the larger infrastructure projects were influenced by external factors, such as the suspension of the UK capacity market, which has resulted in certain projects being delayed. Despite these headwinds presenting current challenges for the sector, the Board remains confident in the longer term prospects for Dunamis due to our customer relationships, our technical expertise and the fundamental need for investment to enhance and efficiently manage electricity grid distribution and capacity.

 

As part of the integration plan, Dunamis has been reducing its reliance on larger infrastructure projects and now offers the end-to-end design and delivery of industrial, commercial and electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure projects. The EV charging service offers an integrated design, build, own and operate solution to help meet the UK's need to build the infrastructure needed to charge the growing number of electric vehicles. In the year, the Group won projects with a combined value of £1.0 million, ranging from individual installations to frameworks with national chains. The Group is now delivering new EV charging infrastructure across the nation, at locations including supermarkets, public houses, forecourts and retail parks whilst also continuing to tender on new potential EV charging sites 

 

Smart Metering

The Group secured its Meter Operator (MOP) accreditation in September 2018, and we now have all of the accreditations required to underpin our strategic plans to install, adopt, own and operate smart meters. In March 2019 we entered into our first agreement with an energy supplier to provide services as an integrated smart meter installer, Meter Operator (MOP) and Meter Asset Manager (MAM). The agreement provides Fulcrum with the opportunity to supply and install 90,000 SMETS2 domestic meters over a three year period commencing in summer 2019 and is forecast to generate over £12.0 million revenue in total.

 

Our aim is to build relationships and secure incremental agreements with a number of energy suppliers to create smart meter installation revenue streams as we participate in the domestic exchange programme in the years ahead. We will also seek to establish and grow the long-term meter operator/manager income streams and will consider ownership of smart meters where customers want this provision and where it demonstrates the most efficient allocation of our capital.  

 

Own and Operate - utility asset ownership

Our gas (iGT) and electricity (iDNO) asset owning licences complement our Design and Build services and the Group continues to create long-term, secure income and cash flows, expanding its ownership of regulated utility assets by adopting the assets it constructs, and contracting to purchase and adopt assets from external utility contractors which are unable to adopt, own and operate the connections and networks they install.

 

During the year, the fair value of completed utility assets increased by 107.8% from £16.7 million to £34.7 million.

This was largely due to a net increase of £8.0 million arising from an independent external valuation of the portfolio. £3.6 million of assets adopted from external third parties and £7.1 million (net) of internally constructed assets that were completed in the year.

.

Asset ownership transportation revenues for the year were £3.0 million, and as at the year end, the annualised transportation revenue run rate from the asset portfolio was approximately £3.6 million.

 

The Group's iDNO electrical asset licence has been operational for its first full year and at the year-end was approaching 1,000 live supply points; the annual fixed cost of the IDNO licence/system is approximately £0.3 million. Similarly, the gas pipeline estate has expanded significantly during the past year and we had over 40,000 live gas supply points as at the year-end (almost double the number at the start of the financial year), of which 93% were domestic connections and 7% were industrial and commercial connections.

 

We have forward visibility over both our internal gas and electrical sales orders and the utility assets we have contracted to acquire from external utility contractors (£18.7 million external spend committed as at 31 March 2019).  We expect that the transportation revenues associated with both of these alone will approximately double Fulcrum's transportation revenues over the next four year period, with the associated EBITDA margin increasing over time as the fixed costs in the utility asset ownership business are spread over an expanding asset base. 

 

The growth strategy in utility asset ownership is supported by our net cash of £3.8 million and our debt facility for up to £20.0 million (£3.0 million drawn at the year-end). We will commit these resources as necessary over the coming months and years ahead as these contracted residential and industrial and commercial schemes are developed and utility connections completed.

 

Outlook

The nature of the UK's ongoing requirement for investment in its new utility infrastructure networks provides us with long-term prospects for continued growth. The Group has established a positive reputation across its markets through a track record of reliable and responsive delivery, evidenced through our relationships with customers. This strong platform, and our strategy to broaden our range of services, will continue to provide growth opportunities. The balanced exposure that Fulcrum has to multi-utility infrastructure construction, smart metering installation and utility asset ownership positions the Group well and the fundamentals of the Group and the markets it operates in remain strong.

 

While we remain vigilant of the short-term impacts of economic and political uncertainty in our markets, and expect a softening of the Infrastructure Services market in the current financial year, we look forward to progressing our strategic priorities over the next 12 months. With our combined expertise across the Group, we have a real opportunity to develop our position within the utility services market. We remain confident in our ability to deliver incremental value to our stakeholders.

 

Martin Harrison

Chief Executive Officer

19 September 2019

 

*Adjusted EBITDA is operating profit excluding the impact of exceptional items, depreciation, amortisation and equity settled share based payment charges. Adjusted profit before tax is profit before tax excluding the impact of exceptional items and the amortisation of acquired intangibles. See note 3 for full reconciliation.

**Like-for-like revenue is Group revenue excluding acquisitions and utility asset ownership. See note 3 for full reconciliation.

 

 

CFO statement

"Continued progress"

 

 

Financial results

Total revenue increased by £8.3 million or 20.4% to £48.9 million (2018 restated: £40.6 million) benefiting from a full year's contribution from Dunamis and growth in the asset business. Revenues from infrastructure services  (excluding Dunamis) amounted to £34.8 million (2018 restated: £36.3 million), down £1.5 million due to changes arising from the adoption of IFRS 15 - on a pro forma basis (i.e. using the accounting policies adopted in prior years) infrastructure services revenue would have increased by £2.5 million.  Revenue from Dunamis was £11.1 million reflecting a full year of operations (2018: £2.4 million) and revenue from asset ownership was £3.0 million (2018: £2.0 million).

 

Adjusted EBITDA* for the period has increased to £10.0 million (2018 restated: £8.6 million). On a like-for-like basis, after adjusting for Dunamis, adjusted EBITDA was £9.3 million, a year-on-year increase of £1.0 million or 12.0%.

 

Basic earnings per share reduced to 2.3p compared to 3.7p in 2018, with the decrease largely due to the business growth being offset by the increased amortisation charge and increase in the issued share capital to fund the strategically important acquisition of Dunamis. Adjusted basic earnings per share, before charging exceptional items, have decreased to 3.5p (2018 restated: 4.3p).

 

Impact of implementation of IFRS 15: Revenue from contracts with customers.

 

The impact of IFRS 15 on the 2019 consolidated statement of comprehensive income is summarised in the table below - the pro forma column shows the financial results on a pre-IFRS 15 basis.  In summary, the Group no longer recognises revenue in relation to the value of the assets as they are deemed, under IFRS 15, to control the assets throughout construction.  Accordingly, the utility asset is recognised as it is being constructed and consequently these costs are not in cost of sales.  Where the value of the asset is greater than the construction cost, this element of profit is now taken directly to other comprehensive income rather than via the income statement.   Where the asset value is lower than the cost of construction, an impairment is recorded in cost of sales representing the difference and ultimately leading to a lower cost of sale than recognised previously for construction costs.

 

 

As reported

£m

Adjustments

£m

Pro forma

£m

Revenue

48.9

8.2

57.1

Cost of sales

30.6

7.1

37.7

Gross profit

18.3

1.1

19.4

Gross profit (%)

37.4%

-

34.0%

 

 

 

 

Adjusted EBITDA

10.0

1.1

11.1

 

 

Underlying performance

 

These results include both statutory and adjusted measures of performance, the latter of which, in management's view, reflects the performance of the business and provides a more meaningful comparison of how the business is managed and measured on a day-to-day basis. Our Alternative Performance Measures (APMs) and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are aligned to our strategy and together are used by the Board to measure and monitor the performance of our business and form the basis of the performance measures for remuneration. Adjusted results exclude certain items because, if included, these items could distort the understanding of our performance for the year and the comparability between periods. The APMs used by the Group are discussed in note 3.

 

The APM's exclude exceptional items of £1.3 million and comprise £0.9 million of non-cash impairment charges arising on the external revaluation of the utility assets portfolio where those assets have not been previously revalued, together with one-off restructuring and legal costs of £0.4 million.

 

* Adjusted EBITDA (£10.0 million) - this is operating profit (£6.0 million) excluding exceptional items (£1.3 million), depreciation and amortisation (£2.6 million) and equity-settled share based payment charges (£0.1 million), a reconciliation of which is included on the face of the consolidated statement of comprehensive income.

 

Investment in revenue-generating assets

During the year, the fair value of completed utility assets increased by 107.8% from £16.7 million to £34.7 million.

This was largely due to a net increase of £8.0 million arising from an independent external valuation of the portfolio, £3.6 million of assets adopted from external third parties and £7.1 million (net) of internally constructed assets that were completed in the year.

 

We are seeing the continued growth in our asset ownership reflected in the revenue, with 53.0% growth delivered from the prior year. With its low costs to serve, this annuity income stream represents a secure and profitable component of the Group's future financial stability.

 

There has been sustained growth in the utility assets secured from outside the Group, with the capital commitment increasing by £8.3 million, from £10.4 million as at 31 March 2018 to £18.7 million as at 31 March 2019.

 

Liquidity and net cash

Working capital management continues to be a key area of focus, with the close management throughout the period resulting in a positive operating cash flow from trading activities of £3.5 million (2018 restated: £3.1 million).

 

On 4 June 2018, the Group entered into a new revolving credit facility agreement with Lloyds Banking Group for up to £20.0 million. The new revolving credit facility replaces the previous £4.0 million debt facility which was undrawn on 4 June 2018. The new facility supports the expected growth in utility asset ownership of gas and electricity assets by the Group, with drawdowns secured against the acquired utility assets.  At 31 March 2019, the Group had drawn down £3.0 million from the new facility to fund utility asset purchases and a further £3.0 million after the year-end. The facility is structured as an "accordion" facility so that £10.0 million is committed and a further £10.0 million is available by request from the Group to the bank.

 

At 31 March 2019, the Group had net cash of £3.8 million (2018: £9.4 million), a £5.6 million decrease against the prior period, after investing £3.6 million in external utility asset purchases (2018 restated: £1.5 million) and £4.7 million in dividend payments (2018: £3.5 million).

 

The cash at bank and added financial security with the revolving credit facility both position the Group with sufficient funds to facilitate its growth plans and adequate access to cash to cover contractual obligations.

 

Reserves and net assets

Net assets increased by £8.9 million during the period, reflecting the utility asset net revaluation increase of £8.0 million, retained profit for the period of £4.9 million and share based payment movements of £0.5 million, offset by the final 2018 dividend and 2019 interim dividend paid totalling £4.7 million.  Net assets per share at 31 March 2019 were 20.5 pence per share (2018 restated: 17.4 pence per share).

 

In February 2019, a capital transfer was performed of £16.6 million from the share premium account to retained earnings. Under Cayman Law, distributions can be made out of share premium unlike in the UK.  As such, the transfer was performed to provide better clarity to the reader of the accounts.

 

During the year, 10,646,798 ordinary shares (2018: 7,775,940 ordinary shares) were issued with a nominal value of £10,647 (2018: £7,776) to employees exercising vested share options (an Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI), and Employee Shareholder Status (ESS) and a Growth Share Scheme (GSS) plan fully vested). The associated cash consideration for the exercise prices was £521,000. As at 31 March 2019, the issued share capital of the Company was 221,303,106 ordinary shares (2018: 210,656,308) with a nominal value of £221,303. At the end of the year, the Group operated a Growth Share Scheme (GSS) plan and four SAYE schemes.

 

Dividends

The Group continues to maintain a progressive dividend policy. Our aim is to operate a policy within the context of broadly two times dividend cover. In determining dividend cover, non-cash item inflow and exceptional items are excluded. The cash generated during the year, supported by the continued organic growth of our business, enables returns to be made to our shareholders whilst allowing for future investment and growth. As such, a final dividend of 1.5p per share (2018: 1.4p per share) has been proposed, giving a total dividend for the year of 2.25p per share (2018: 2.1p per share). This final dividend is expected to be paid on 25 October 2019 to shareholders on the register on 4 October 2019 with an ex-dividend date of 3 October 2019, subject to approval at the Annual General Meeting.

 

Summary

We have continued to grow our service offerings, delivered increased revenues, profitability and continued growth in our investment in utility asset ownership, all whilst balancing working capital requirements.

With net cash at the bank and the availability of the revolving credit facility, we believe that the Group remains well placed to deliver on its strategy. 

 

Daren Harris

Chief Financial Officer

19 September 2019
 

Consolidated statement of comprehensive income

for the year ended 31 March 2019

 

Notes

Year ended

31 March

2019

£'000

Restated

Year ended

31 March

2018

£'000

Revenue

2

48,905

40,634

Cost of sales - underlying

 

(29,708)

(24,232)

Cost of sales - exceptional items

4

(883)

-

Total cost of sales

 

(30,591)

(24,232)

Gross profit

 

18,314

16,402

Administrative expenses - underlying

 

(11,874)

(8,747)

Administrative expenses - exceptional items

4

(411)

(823)

Total Administrative expenses

 

(12,285)

(9,570)

Operating profit

5

6,029

6,832

Net finance (expense)/income

 

(60)

59

Profit before taxation

 

5,969

6,891

Taxation

6

(1,035)

(235)

Profit for the period attributable to equity holders of the parent

 

4,934

6,656

Other comprehensive income

 

 

 

Items that will never be reclassified to profit:

 

 

 

Revaluation of utility assets

9, 14

 

11,380

334

Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year

9, 14

1,100

813

Reversal of prior increase of utility assets

14

(2,544)

-

Deferred tax on items that will never be reclassified to profit or loss

6

(1,848)

(62)

Total comprehensive income for the year

 

13,022

7,741

Profit per share attributable to the owners of the business

 

 

 

Basic

8

2.3p

3.7p

Diluted

8

2.2p

3.5p

Adjusted EBITDA is the basis that the Board uses to measures and monitor the Group's financial performance as it is a more accurate reflection of the commercial reality of the Group's business.  Further details of Alternative Performance Measures are included in note 3.

Operating profit

 

6,029

6,832

Equity-settled share based payment charges

 

115

35

Exceptional items

4

1,294

823

Depreciation and amortisation

9, 11

2,587

890

Adjusted EBITDA

 

10,025

8,580

Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year included within Other Comprehensive Income

9, 14

1,100

813

 Adjusted EBITDA plus increase in value of internally adopted utility assets                                                  included within Other Comprehensive Income

 

11,125

9,393

 

 Consolidated statement of changes in equity

for the year ended 31 March 2019

 

Notes

Share

capital

£'000

Share

premium

£'000

Revaluation

reserve

£'000

Merger

reserve

£'000

Retained

earnings

£'000

Total

equity

£'000

Balance at 1 April 2017 as previously reported

 

167

14,101

3,343

-

(7,165)

10,446

Adjustment for IFRS 15

 

-

-

229

-

(229)

-

Restated balance at 1 April 2017

 

167

14,101

3,572

-

(7,394)

10,446

Total comprehensive income for the period (restated)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Profit for the year

15

-

-

-

-

6,656

6,656

Revaluation surplus

14

-

-

334

-

-

334

Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year

14

-

-

813

-

-

813

Revaluation reserve transfer

14

-

-

(8)

-

8

-

Deferred tax liability

6, 14

-

-

(62)

-

-

(62)

Transactions with equity shareholders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Equity-settled share based payment

 

-

-

-

-

35

35

Dividends

7, 13

-

(3,494)

-

-

-

(3,494)

Issue of new shares

12, 13

44

10,435

-

11,347

-

21,826

Restated balance at 31 March 2018

 

211

21,042

4,649

11,347

(695)

36,554

Total comprehensive income for the period

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Profit for the year

15

-

-

-

-

4,934

4,934

Revaluation surplus on independent valuation

14

-

-

11,380

-

-

11,380

Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year

14

-

-

1,100
 

-

-

1,100

Exceptional items  - Fixed asset impairment

14

-

-

(2,544)

-

-

(2,544)

Deferred tax liability

6, 14

-

-

(1,848)

-

-

(1,848)

Transactions with equity shareholders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Equity-settled share based payment

 

-

-

-

-

115

115

Dividends

7, 13

-

(4,738)

-

-

-

(4,738)

Capital transfer

13

-

(16,605)

-

-

16,605

-

Issue of new shares

12,13

10

511

-

-

-

521

Balance at 31 March 2019

 

221

210

12,737

11,347

20,959

45,474

 

 

 

Consolidated balance sheet

as at 31 March 2019

 

Notes

31 March

2019

£'000

 

Restated

31 March

2018

£'000

 

Restated

1 April

2017

£'000

 

 

Non-current assets

 

 

 

 

 

Property, plant and equipment

9

39,314

19,921

13,199

 

Intangible assets

11

27,069

27,797

2,567

 

Deferred tax assets

6

1,707

2,194

1,921

 

 

 

68,090

49,912

17,687

 

Current assets

 

 

 

 

 

Contract assets

 

9,132

10,377

3,512

 

Inventories

 

607

209

-

 

Trade and other receivables

 

6,392

6,777

4,797

 

Cash and cash equivalents

18

6,824

9,431

12,561

 

 

 

22,955

26,794

20,870

 

Total assets

 

91,045

76,706

38,557

 

Current liabilities

 

 

 

 

 

Trade and other payables

16

(10,946)

(10,743)

(5,516)

 

Contract liabilities

 

(26,343)

(25,900)

(21,910)

 

Borrowings

17

(3,000)

-

-

 

Provisions

 

(96)

(98)

-

 

 

 

(40,385)

(36,741)

(27,426)

 

Non-current liabilities

 

 

 

 

 

Deferred tax liabilities

6

(5,185)

(3,411)

(685)

 

 

 

(5,185)

(3,411)

(685)

 

Total liabilities

 

(45,571)

(40,152)

(28,111)

 

Net assets

 

45,474

36,554

10,446

 

Equity

 

 

 

 

 

Share capital

12

221

211

167

 

Share premium

13

210

21,042

14,101

 

Revaluation reserve

14

12,737

4,649

3,572

 

Merger reserve

 

11,347

11,347

-

 

Retained earnings

15

20,959

(695)

(7,394)

 

Total equity

 

45,474

36,554

10,446

 

The financial statements were approved by the Board of Directors on 19 September 2019 and were signed on its behalf by:

Martin Harrison

Chief Executive Officer

 

Consolidated cash flow statement

for the year ended 31 March 2019

 

Notes

Year ended

31 March

2019

£'000

Restated

Year ended

31 March

2018

£'000

Cash flows from operating activities

 

 

 

Profit for the period after tax

 

4,934

6,656

Tax charge

 

1,035

235

Profit for the period before tax

 

5,969

6,891

Adjustments for:

 

 

 

Depreciation

9

975

532

Amortisation of intangible assets

11

1,612

358

Exceptional items  - Fixed asset impairment

4

883

-

Utility assets internally adopted (gross construction cost less impairment)

9

(7,374)

(4,173)

Net finance (income)/expense

 

60

(59)

Equity-settled share based payment charges

 

115

35

(Increase)/decrease in contract assets

 

1,098

(4,138)

(Increase)/decrease in trade and other receivables

 

385

(1,648)

(Increase) in inventories

 

(399)

(209)

(Increase)/decrease in trade and other payables

 

(227)

3,420

Decrease in contract liabilities

 

443

2,091

(Increase) in provisions

 

(2)

(23)

Cash inflow from operating activities

 

3,538

3,077

Tax paid

 

(42)

-

Net cash inflow from operating activities

 

3,496

3,077

Cash flows from investing activities

 

 

 

Acquisition of external utility assets

9

(3,566)

(1,539)

Acquisition of plant and equipment

9

(376)

(170)

Acquisition of intangibles

11

(884)

(955)

Acquisition of subsidiaries, net of cash acquired*

 

-

(10,587)

Finance income received

 

13

61

Net cash outflow from investing activities

Cash flows from financing activities

 

 

 

Dividends paid

7

(4,738)

(3,494)

Borrowings

17

3,000

-

Finance costs paid

 

(73)

(2)

Proceeds from issue of share capital

13

521

10,479

Net cash (outflow)/inflow from financing activities

 

(1,290)

6,983

(Decrease)/Increase in net cash and cash equivalents

 

(2,607)

(3,130)

Cash and cash equivalents at 1 April 2018

 

9,431

12,561

Cash and cash equivalents at 31 March 2019

18

6,824

9,431

 

 

Notes to the consolidated financial statements

 

1.  Accounting policies

The principal accounting policies adopted in the preparation of these financial statements are set out below.

Basis of preparation

This preliminary announcement does not comprise statutory accounts within the meaning of Section 434 of the Companies Act 2006. The financial information set out in this preliminary announcement has been derived from the Group's consolidated financial statements for the years ended 31 March 2019 and 31 March 2018. The auditors have reported on those financial statements. Their reports were unqualified and did not draw attention to any matters by way of emphasis of matter without qualifying their report.

The financial statements have not yet been delivered to the Registrar of Companies but will be in due course. Whilst the financial information included in this preliminary announcement has been prepared on the basis of the requirements of IFRSs in issue, as adopted by the European Union and effective at 31 March 2019, this announcement does not itself contain sufficient information to comply with IFRS.

The financial statements have been prepared on the historical cost basis except for the revaluation of certain non-current assets. Historical cost is generally based on the fair value of the consideration given in exchange for assets.

Going concern

The Group's business activities, together with the factors likely to affect future development, performance and position, are set out in the Strategic Report on pages 2 to 21. The financial position of the Group, its cash flows, liquidity position and borrowing facilities are described in the Financial Report on pages 18 to 19. In addition, note 29 to the financial statements includes the Group's processes for managing its capital and its exposure to credit and liquidity risks.

On 4 June 2018, the Group entered into a new 3 year revolving credit facility agreement with a Lloyds Banking Group for up to £20 million. The new debt facility replaces the previous £4.0 million debt facility which was undrawn on 4 June 2018. The first drawdown on the facility was made in January 2019 and at the end of March 2019 the Group had drawn down a total of £3.0 million and at the date of the accounts had drawn down a further £3.0 million. The new facility supports the forecast growth in utility asset ownership of gas and electricity assets by the Group, with drawdowns secured against the acquired utility assets. The facility is structured as an "accordion" facility so that £10 million is committed and a further £10 million is available by request from the Group to the bank. The Group has complied with the financial covenants (Interest cover and leverage covenants) relating to the facilities and is forecast to continue comply over the next 15 months.

As at 31 March 2019 the Group had net assets of £45.5 million (2018 restated: £36.6 million), including net cash of £3.8 million (2018: £9.4 million) as set out in the consolidated balance sheet on page 41 and note 27. In the year ended 31 March 2019, the Group generated a profit after tax of £4.9 million and had net cash outflows of £2.6million after investing £3.6 million in external utility assets, £4.7 million paid in dividends and £3.0 million of borrowings.

The Group's forecasts and projections, after taking account of sensitivity analysis of changes in trading performance and corresponding mitigating actions, show that the Group has adequate cash resources (taking account of the Group's cash balance and new revolving credit facility described above) for the foreseeable future. As a consequence, the Directors have a reasonable expectation that the Group has adequate resources to fund its operations for the foreseeable future. Accordingly, they continue to adopt the going concern basis in preparing the Group financial statements.

 

Adoption of new and revised International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) and

Interpretations (IFRICs)

The following relevant new standards and amendments to standards are mandatory for the first time for the financial year beginning 31 March 2018:

·      IFRS 9 Financial Instruments

·      IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers

·      Annual Improvements to IFRS Standards 2014-2016 Cycle

With the exception of IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, the effects of the implementation of these standards have been limited to presentational and disclosure amendments. Following the implementation of IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers, our accounting policy for revenue has been amended as follows:

 

IFRS 15 adoption

The Group has adopted IFRS 15, Revenue from Contracts with Customers for the current reporting period and retrospectively to each prior reporting period previously presented in accordance with IAS 8 Accounting Policies.  The Group has not elected to take any practical expedients available on transition to IFRS 15.  In assessing the appropriate application of IFRS15, the Group has reconsidered the previous approach of recognising revenue in respect of the fair value of the infrastructure assets that it constructs and then owns and concluded that the asset is controlled by the Group throughout construction. Accordingly the utility asset is recognised as it is being constructed within Property, Plant and Equipment at the construction cost as incurred and consequently these costs are not in cost of sales.  The Group have elected to value assets under the course of construction at fair value in accordance with IAS 16 'Property, Plant and Equipment' in line with the existing policy for utility assets and, as a result, in those cases where the fair value is less than the construction cost an impairment is recorded in cost of sales.  Where the fair value is greater than the construction cost an uplift in value is recorded in Other Comprehensive Income and disclosed as "Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year". 

 

Impact of change on adoption of IFRS15

Consolidated statement of financial position

 

Impact of change on adoption of IFRS15

 

As previously reported

Reclassification

Adjustments

As restated

01 April 2017

£000's

£000's

£000's

£000's

Property, plant and equipment

12,297

-

902

13,199

Contract assets

-

3,979

(467)

3,512

Inventories

1,647

(1,647)

-

-

Trade and other receivables

7,129

(2,332)

-

4,797

Trade and other payables

(26,991)

21,910

(435)

(5,516)

Contract liabilities

-

(21,910)

-

(21,910)

Impact on net assets

 

-

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revaluation reserve

3,343

-

229

3,572

Retained reserves

(7,165)

-

(229)

(7,394)

Impact on equity

 

-

-

 

31 March 2018

 

 

 

 

Property, plant and equipment

16,025

-

3,896

19,291

Contract assets

-

12,417

(2,040)

10,377

Inventories

4,114

(3,905)

-

209

Trade and other receivables

15,289

(8,512)

-

6,777

Trade and other payables

(35,525)

25,900

(1,118)

(10,743)

Contract liabilities

-

(25,900)

-

(25,900)

Deferred tax liabilities

(2,926)

-

(485)

(3,411)

Impact on net assets

 

-

253

 

Revaluation reserve

3,607

-

1,042

4,649

Retained reserves

94

-

(789)

(695)

Impact on equity

 

-

253

 

 

 

Consolidated statement of profit or loss and OCI

 

Impact of change on adoption of IFRS15

For the year ended 31 March 2018

As previously reported

Adjustments

As restated

 

£000's

£000's

£000's

Revenue

44,847

(4,213)

40,634

Cost of sales

(28,370)

4,138

(24,232)

Gross margin

16,477

(75)

16,402

Adjusted EBITDA

8,655

(75)

8,580

Deferred tax charge

250

(485)

(235)

Surplus arising on internally adopted utility assets

-

813

813

Total comprehensive income for the year

7,488

253

7,741

 

 

Consolidated statement of cash flows

 

 

Impact of change on adoption of IFRS15

 

For the year ended 31 March 2018

As previously reported

Reclassification

Adjustments

As restated

 

 

£000's

£000's

£000's

£000's

 

Profit before tax for the period

6,966

-

(75)

6,891

 

Adjustments for:

 

 

 

 

 

Capitalisation of utility assets

(2,611)

(596)

(966)

(4,173)

 

Increase in contract assets

-

(5,660)

1,522

(4,138)

Increase in trade and other receivables

(6,174)

4,472

54

(1,648)

Increase in inventories

(1,396)

1,187

-

(209)

Increase in trade and other payables

4,830

(1,559)

149

3,420

Increase in contract liabilities

-

2,156

(65)

2,091

Acquisition of external utility assets

(920)

-

(619)

(1,539)

Net impact on cash from operating activities

 

-

-

 

                 

 

IFRS 9 Financial Instruments came into effect on 1 January 2018 replacing IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement and requires changes to the classification and measurement of certain financial instruments from that under

IAS 39. The new standard has been applied fully retrospectively and on review the majority of the Group's financial assets and liabilities will continue to be accounted for on an identical basis under IFRS 9 as they were under IAS 39. There is no material effect from applying IFRS 9 for expected credit losses.

 

The Group has not applied the following new standards and amendments to standards which are EU endorsed but not yet effective:

•              IFRS 16 Leases

•              IFRIC 23 Uncertainty over Income Tax Treatments

 

 

 

2. Operating segments

The Board has been identified as the Chief Operating Decision Maker (CODM) as defined under IFRS 8: Operating Segments. The Directors consider there to be three operating segments, Infrastructure Services, Utility Asset Ownership and Dunamis which was acquired 5 February 2018. Fulcrum's infrastructure services provides utility infrastructure and connections services. Utility Asset Ownership comprises both the ownership of gas, electrical and meter assets and the safe and efficient conveyance of gas and electricity through its transportation networks. Gas transportation services are provided under the iGT licence granted from Ofgem in June 2007 and electricity services are provided under the iDNO licence granted from Ofgem in November 2017.

The information provided to the Board includes management accounts comprising operating profit before exceptional items for each segment and other financial and non-financial information used to manage the business on a consolidated basis.

 

 

Year ended 31 March 2019

 

Restated Year ended 31 March 2018

Infrastructure

Services

£'000

Utility Asset Ownership

£'000

Dunamis

£'000

Total Group

£'000

 

Infrastructure

Services

£'000

Utility Asset Ownership

£'000

Dunamis

£'000

Total Group

£'000

Reportable segment revenue

34,815

2,984

11,106

48,905

 

36,256

1,951

2,427

40,634

Adjusted EBITDA*

7,510

1,792

723

10,025

 

6,737

1,583

260

8,580

Share based payment charge

(115)

-

-

(115)

 

(35)

-

-

(35)

Depreciation and amortisation

(1,813)

(701)

(73)

(2,587)

 

(435)

(411)

(44)

(890)

Reportable segment operating profit before exceptional items

5,582

1,091

650

7,323

 

6,267

1,172

216

7,655

Cost of sales - exceptional items

-

(883)

-

(883)

 

-

-

-

-

Administrative expenses - exceptional items

(354)

(15)

(42)

(411)

 

(823)

-

-

(823)

Reporting segment
operating profit

5,228

193

608

6,029

 

5,444

1,172

216

6,832

Net finance (expense)/ income

(64)

2

2

(60)

 

25

32

2

59

Profit before tax

5,164

195

610

5,969

 

5,469

1,204

218

6,891

 

*Adjusted EBITDA is operating profit excluding the impact of exceptional items, depreciation, amortisation and equity settled share based payment charges

 

 

 

 

3. Alternative performance measures

 

As detailed in the Chief Financial Officer's statement, the Group uses alternative performance measures, as listed below, to present users of the accounts with a clear view of what the Group considers to be the results of its underlying, sustainable business operations, thereby enabling consistent period-on-period comparisons and making it easier for users of the accounts to identify trends.

Alternative performance measure

Definition

Like-for-like revenue

Like-for-like revenue is Group revenue excluding the acquisitions

Like-for-like adjusted revenue

Like-for-like adjusted revenue is Group revenue excluding the acquisitions; adding asset value revenue previously credited to revenue; now credited to cost of sales

Annualised recurring utility asset revenue run-rate

The revenue being generated from gas transportation, use of electricity network and meter rental at a point in time.

Adjusted EBITDA

Operating profit excluding exceptional items, amortisation and depreciation and equity-settled share based payments

Like-for-like adjusted EBITDA

Like-for-like adjusted EBITDA is Group adjusted EBITDA excluding the acquisitions

Adjusted profit before tax

Profit before taxation excluding exceptional items  and amortisation of acquired intangible assets

Net assets per share

Net assets divided by the number of shares in issue at the financial reporting date

 

A reconciliation of these alternative performance measures has been disclosed in the tables below:

 

(a) Like-for-like revenue

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Revenue

48,905

40,634

Adjusted for:

 

 

Acquisitions

(11,106)

(2,427)

Like-for-like revenue

37,799

38,207

 

(b) Reconciliation of "Like-for-like revenue" to "Like-for-like adjusted revenue"

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Like-for-like revenue

37,799

38,207

Adjusted for:

 

 

Asset value revenue previously credited to revenue; now credited to cost of sales following adoption of IFRS 15 (see note 1)

8,151

4,213

Like-for-like adjusted revenue

45,950

42,420

 

 

 

(c) Reconciliation of operating profit to "Adjusted EBITDA"

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Operating profit

6,029

6,832

Adjusted for:

 

 

Exceptional items (note 4)

1,294

823

Amortisation and depreciation

2,587

890

Equity-settled share based payments

115

35

Adjusted EBITDA

10,025

8,580

 

(d) Like-for-like adjusted EBITDA

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Adjusted EBITDA

10,025

8,580

Adjusted for:

 

 

Acquisitions

(723)

(260)

Like-for-like adjusted EBITDA

9,302

8,320

 

(e) Reconciliation of profit before tax to "Adjusted profit before tax"

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Profit before tax

5,969

6,891

Adjusted for:

 

 

Exceptional items (note 4)

1,294

823

Amortisation of acquired intangibles

1,354

208

Adjusted profit before tax

8,617

7,922

 

(f) Net assets per share

 

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March 2018

£'000

Net assets at end of period

45,474

36,554

 

Number of shares

Number of shares

Issued share capital

221,303

210,656

Net assets per share

20.5p

17.4p

 

 

 

4. Exceptional items

 

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Exceptional items included in cost of sales

883

-

Exceptional items included in administrative expenses

411

823

 

1,294

823

 

(a)   Exceptional items included in cost of sales

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Fixed asset impairment

883

-

 

883

-

Fixed asset impairment relates to the impairment of utility assets not previously revalued.

 

(b)   Exceptional items included in administrative expenses

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Restructuring costs

276

29

One-off legal and advisor costs

135

-

Acquisition costs in respect of The Dunamis Group Limited

-

686

Acquisition costs in respect of CDS PSL Holdings Limited

-

108

 

411

823

Restructuring costs relate to employee exit and severance costs.

 

5. Operating profit

Included in operating profit are the following charges:

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Amortisation of intangible assets

1,612

358

Depreciation of property, plant and equipment

975

532

Operating leases - plant and machinery

743

713

Operating leases - land and buildings

281

234

 

6. Taxation

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Current tax

620

23

Deferred tax

415

212

Total tax charge/(credit)

1,035

235

Reductions in the UK corporation tax rate to 19% (effective from 1 April 2017) and to 17% (effective from 1 April 2020) were substantively enacted on 6 September 2016. This will reduce the Group's future current tax charge accordingly. The deferred taxation balance at 31 March 2019 has been calculated based on the rate of 19% for amounts anticipated to unwind in  the year ending 31 March 2020  and then at 17% thereafter (2018: 19% for FY19 & 20, then 17% onwards)

 

The Group has a further £10.0 million (2018: £11.4 million) of tax losses of which a deferred tax asset of £1.7 million (2018: £2.2 million) has been recognised. During the period £0.3 million of the deferred tax asset was utilised against taxable profits. The deferred tax asset is expected to be recovered over 12 years.

 

Reconciliation of effective tax rate

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Profit before taxation

5,969

6,891

Tax using the UK corporation tax rate of 19% (2018: 19%)

(1,134)

(1,309)

Non-deductible expenses

(27)

(9)

Capital allowances in excess of depreciation

-

34

Effect of change in rate of corporation tax

(109)

(198)

Tax deductions for share options

788

431

Adjustment to tax charge in respect of previous years corporation tax

(122)

-

Adjustment to tax charge in respect of previous years deferred tax

(431)

-

Recognition of tax effect of previously unrecognised tax losses

-

816

Total tax credit/(charge)

(1,035)

(235)

 

 

 

Movement in deferred tax balances

 

31 March 2019

 

31 March 2018

Deferred

tax assets

£'000

Deferred

tax liabilities

£'000

 

Restated Deferred

tax assets

£'000

Deferred

tax

liabilities

£'000

At the beginning of the period

 

 

 

1,921

(685)

Effect of implementation of IFRS 15

 

 

 

-

(485)

At beginning of period - as restated

2,194

(3,411)

 

1,921

(1,170)

Recognised in profit or loss

 

 

 

 

 

Over provided in prior year

(203)

(228)

 

-

-

Tax losses carried forward

(258)

-

 

(904)

-

Effect of change in rate of corporation tax

(26)

(54)

 

(76)

-

Newly recognised deferred tax asset/(liability)

-

98

 

1,253

-

Released tax asset/(liability)

-

257

 

-

-

Recognised in other comprehensive income

 

 

 

 

 

Revaluation of property, plant and equipment

-

(1,848)

 

-

(62)

Acquisition of subsidiaries

-

-

 

-

(2,179)

At the end of the period

1,707

(5,186)

 

2,194

(3,411)

 

7. Dividends

In the year, dividends of 2.15 pence per share (2018: 2.0 pence per share) were paid:

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Equity dividend:

 

 

Paid during the year:

 

 

Final dividend in respect of 2017: 1.3 pence per share

-

2,271

Interim dividend in respect of 2018: 0.7 pence per share

-

1,223

Final dividend in respect of 2018: 1.4 pence per share

3,085

-

Interim dividend in respect of 2019: 0.75 pence per share

1,653

-

Total dividends

4,738

3,494

After the balance sheet date, a final dividend of 1.5 pence per qualifying ordinary share was proposed by the Board, creating a full year dividend for FY19 of 2.25 pence per qualifying ordinary share (2018: 2.1 pence per qualifying share). The dividends have not been provided for.

 

 

 

8. Earnings per share (EPS)

 

(a)   Basic earnings per share

 

The calculation of basic and diluted earnings per share has been based on the following profit attributable to ordinary shareholders and weighted average number of ordinary shares outstanding:

The calculation of the basic and diluted earnings per share is based upon the following data:

 

Year ended

31 March 2019

£'000

Restated

Year ended

31 March 2018

£'000

Profit for the year used for calculation of basic EPS

4,934

6,656

Exceptional items (note 4)

1,294

823

Remove tax relief on exceptional items

(246)

(156)

Amortisation of intangibles

1,612

358

Profit for the year used for calculation of adjusted EPS

7,594

7,681

 

Number of shares ('000):

 

31 March 2019

Number of shares

31 March 2018

Number of shares

Weighted average number of ordinary shares for the purpose of basic EPS

217,205

178,653

Effect of potentially dilutive ordinary shares:

9,838

13,887

Weighted average number of ordinary shares for the purpose of diluted EPS

227,043

192,540

EPS:

 

 

Basic

2.3p

3.7p

Diluted basic

2.2p

3.5p

Adjusted basic

3.5p

4.3p

Adjusted diluted basic

 

 

 

 

9. Property, plant and equipment

(a)   Reconciliation of carrying amount

 

Utility Assets

£'000

Utility Assets Under Construction

£'000

Fixtures and

fittings

£'000

Computer

 equipment

£'000

Total

£'000

Cost

 

 

 

 

 

At 1 April 2017 previously reported

12,305

-

486

1,017

13,808

Adjustment to recognise assets under construction

276

4,150

-

-

4,426

Restated at 1 April 2017

12,581

4,150

486

1,017

18,234

Additions

1,539

15,483

110

60

17,192

Assets completed in period

10,922

(10,922)

-

-

-

Surplus arising on internally adopted assets

-

813

-

-

813

Acquisition of subsidiary

-

-

225

-

225

Restated at 31 March 2018

25,042

9,524

821

1,077

36,464

Additions

3,566

17,343

234

142

21,285

Assets completed in period

19,922

(19,922)

-

-

-

Surplus arising on internally adopted assets

-

1,100

-

-

1,100

Uplift arising from external revaluation

11,380

-

-

-

11,380

At 31 March 2019

59,910

8,045

1,055

1,219

70,229

Accumulated depreciation

 

 

 

 

 

At 1 April 2017 previously reported

(368)

-

(375)

(768)

(1,511)

Adjustment to recognise assets under construction

-

(3,524)

-

-

(3,524)

Restated at 1 April 2017

(368)

(3,524)

(375)

(768)

(5,035)

Depreciation charge for the period

(402)

-

(51)

(79)

(532)

Impairment

-

(11,310)

-

-

(11,310)

Assets completed in period

(7,896)

7,896

-

-

-

Revaluation

334

-

-

-

334

Restated at 31 March 2018

(8,332)

(6,938)

(426)

(847)

(16,543)

Depreciation charge for the period

(694)

-

(165)

(116)

(975)

Impairment arising on external valuation

(3,428)

-

-

-

(3,428)

Impairment

-

(9,969)

-

-

(9,969)

Assets completed in period

(12,780)

12,780

-

-

-

At 31 March 2019

(25,234)

(4,127)

(591)

(963)

(30,915)

Net book value

 

 

 

 

 

At 31 March 2019

34,676

3,918

464

256

39,314

Restated at 31 March 2018

16,710

2,586

395

230

19,291

Restated at 1 April 2017

12,213

625

111

249

13,199

At 1 April 2017 previously reported

11,937

-

111

249

12,297

Utility assets includes £1.2 million (2018: £0.5 million) of meter assets valued at cost less depreciation to date.

 

(b)   Measurement of fair values

Fair value of hierarchy

The fair value of utility assets (excluding meters) was determined by external, independent specialist valuers, having appropriate recognised professional qualifications and recent experience in the assets being valued. The valuation established the fair value of the assets at 31 March 2019. The valuation technique used is classified as a Level 3 fair value (based on unobservable inputs) under IFRS 13.

 

10. Capital commitments

The Group has entered into contracts to purchase property, plant and equipment in the form of utility assets from external parties, as at the 31st March 2019 the balance was £18.7 million (2018: £10.4 million).

 

11. Intangible assets

 

Reconciliation of carrying amount

Goodwill

£'000

Brand & customer relationships

£'000

Software & Development

Costs

£'000

Total

£'000

Cost

 

 

 

 

At 1 April 2017

2,225

-

2,601

4,826

Additions

12,026

-

936

12,962

Acquisition of subsidiary

-

12,607

19

12,626

At 31 March 2018

14,251

12,607

3,556

30,414

Additions

-

-

884

884

At 31 March 2019

14,251

12,607

4,440

31,298

Accumulated amortisation and impairment

 

 

 

 

At 1 April 2017

-

-

(2,259)

(2,259)

Amortisation for the period

-

(208)

(150)

(358)

At 31 March 2018

-

(208)

(2,409)

(2,617)

Amortisation for the period

-

(1,354)

(258)

(1,612)

At 31 March 2019

-

(1,562)

(2,667)

(4,229)

Net book value

 

 

 

 

At 31 March 2019

14,251

11,045

1,773

27,069

At 31 March 2018

14,251

12,399

1,147

27,797

At 1 April 2017

2,225

-

342

2,567

(a)   Amortisation

The amortisation of Brand, customer relationships and software (including development costs) is included in administrative expenses.

 

(b)   Impairment testing

The Group tests goodwill annually for impairment or more frequently if there are indications that intangibles might be impaired. Goodwill is tested for impairment by comparing the carrying amount of each CGU with the recoverable amount. Goodwill brought forward at the start of the year relates to the acquisition of Fulcrum Group Holdings Limited on 8 July 2010, the acquisition of Dunamis Group Limited on 5 February 2018 and CDS PSL Holdings Limited on 27 March 2018. The carrying amount of the intangible asset is allocated across cash-generating units (CGUs). The goodwill held by the Group relates to either the infrastructure services CGU, Dunamis which has two CGUs or the CDS CGU.

A segment-level summary of the goodwill allocation is presented below:

As at 31 March 2018 and 31 March 2019

Fulcrum

£'000

Dunamis

£'000

CDS

£'000

Total

£'000

Goodwill

2,225

11,331

695

14,251

 

The recoverable amounts are determined based on value in use calculations which require assumptions. The annual impairment test was performed for the four CGUs identified above that have goodwill allocated to them. The fair value measurement was categorised as a Level 3 fair value based on the inputs in the valuation technique used.

The recoverable amounts of the above CGUs have been determined from value in use calculations which have been predicated on discounted cash flow projections from financial budgets approved by the Board covering a one-year period, together with management forecasts for a further four-year period. The values assigned to the key assumptions represent management's assessment of future trends in the relevant industries and have been based on historical data both external and internal sources, together with the Group's views on the future achievable growth and the impact of committed cash flows. Cash flows beyond this are extrapolated using the estimated long term growth rates summarised in the table below.

The pre-tax cash flows that these projections produced were discounted at pre-tax discount rates based on the Group's beta adjusted cost of capital reflecting management's assessment of specific risks related to each cash generating unit. Pre-tax discount rates of between 8.2% and 13.3% (2018: between 8.7% and 20.0%) have been used in the impairment calculations which the Directors believe fairly reflect the risks inherent in each of the CGUs.  The terminal cash flows are extrapolated in perpetuity using a growth rate of 2.0% (2018: 2.0%). This is prudently aligned with the inflation rate and is not considered to be higher than the long-term industry growth rate.

 

 

Weighted average risk adjusted discount rate

Long term growth rate

Fulcrum

8.2%

2.0%

Dunamis

13.3%

2.0%

CDS

8.2%

2.0%

 

The value in use assessment is sensitive to changes in the key assumptions used. Sensitivity analysis has been performed on the individual CGUs with a 1% increase in discount rate and a 1% reduction in long term growth rate. Based on this analysis, no reasonably possible changes to these assumptions resulted in an impairment charge being required.

Management have identified that for the electrical infrastructure CGUs, Dunamis and Maintech, a reasonably possible change in the revenue growth assumptions in years one to five could cause the carrying amount to exceed the recoverable amount. Under management's base case, the recoverable amounts exceed the carrying value by £1.8 million for Maintech and £15.0 million for Dunamis. The revenue growth rate for the combined electrical infrastructure CGUs for year one is -9% (Dunamis -6%, Maintech: -13%) and the average revenue growth rate for years two to five is 47% (Dunamis 63%, Maintech 21%), based on the rapidly expanding renewable energy and electric vehicle markets (Business, Energy, Industrial Strategy paper: Electric Vehicles - driving the transition dated October 2018). Other key assumptions include maintaining the gross margin at a consistent level whilst the growth in overhead costs is below the level of revenue growth considered above for both CGUs. If the average revenue growth rate for years two to five was reduced to 28% for the Dunamis CGU, the estimated recoverable amount would equal the carrying amount and if it was reduced to 16% for the Maintech CGU, the estimated recoverable amount would equal the carrying amount. 

 

12. Share capital

 

31 March 2019

£'000

31 March
2018

£'000

Authorised

 

 

500,000,000 ordinary shares of £0.001 each

500

500

Allotted, issued and fully paid

 

 

221,303,106  (2018: 210,656,308) ordinary shares of £0.001 each

221

211

Ordinary shareholders are entitled to dividends as declared. During the year 10.6 million ordinary shares (2018: 43.4 million ordinary shares) were issued with a nominal value of £10,647 (2018: £43,414) to employees exercising vested share options.

 

13. Share premium

 

31 March
2019

£'000

31 March
2018

£'000

At the beginning of the period

21,042

14,101

Dividends paid

(4,738)

(3,494)

Capital transfer to retained earnings

(16,605)

-

Shares issued

511

10,435

At the end of the period

210

21,042

 

In February 2019, a capital transfer was performed of £16.6 million from the share premium account to retained earnings. Under Cayman Law, distributions can be made out of share premium unlike in the UK.  As such, the transfer was performed to provide better clarity to the reader of the accounts.

 

 

14. Revaluation reserve

The revaluation reserve relates to the revaluation of the Group's utility asset estate.

 

31 March
 2019

£'000

Restated

31 March
2018

£'000

At the beginning of the period

4,649

3,572

Revaluation in the period

11,380

334

Surplus arising on utility assets internally adopted in year

1,100

813

Asset impairment

(2,544)

-

Revaluation reserve transfer

-

(8)

Recognition of deferred tax liability

(1,848)

(62)

At the end of the period

12,737

4,649

As at 31 March 2019, an independent valuation was performed on the Group's utility asset estate resulting in a net increase to the value of the estate of £8.6 million. Further details are provided in note 9.

 

15. Retained earnings

 

31 March
2019

£'000

Restated

31 March
2018

£'000

At the beginning of the period as previously reported

 

(7,165)

Adjustment for change in accounting policy

 

(229)

Restated at the beginning of the period

(695)

(7,394)

Retained profit in the period

4,934

6,656

Revaluation reserve transfer

-

8

Capital transfer *

16,605

-

Equity-settled share based payment transactions

115

35

At the end of the period

20,959

(695)

* see note 13: share premium for details

 

16. Trade and other payables

 

31 March
2019

£'000

Restated

31 March
2018

£'000

Trade payables

5,881

4,261

Other payables

5,056

6,482

 

10,946

10,743

 

17. Interest-bearing loans and borrowings

On 4 June 2018, the Group entered into a new three year revolving credit facility agreement with a Lloyds Banking Group for up to £20 million. The new debt facility replaces the previous £4.0 million debt facility which was undrawn on 4 June 2018. The new facility supports the forecast growth in utility asset ownership of gas and electricity assets by the Group, with drawdowns secured against the acquired utility assets. The facility is structured as an "accordion" facility so that £10 million is currently committed and a further £10 million is available by request from the Group to the bank.

When the facility was entered into the transaction costs and arrangement fee totalling £83.6k were capitalised. Following the first draw down in January the costs have been amortised over the remaining life of that facility i.e. until 4 June 2021.

 

A.     Changes in liabilities arising from financing activities

 

31 March
2019

£'000

31 March
2018

£'000

At the beginning of the period

(2)

-

New borrowings

3,000

-

Finance costs paid

(73)

(2)

 

2,925

(2)

 

 

B.     Terms and repayment schedule

 

 

Currency

Nominal interest rate

Year of maturity

31 March 2019

£'000

31 March
2018

£'000

Borrowings

GBP

LIBOR + 2.0%

2021

3,000

-

 

The Group has complied with the financial covenants (Interest cover and leverage covenants) relating to the above facilities.

18. Reconciliation to net funds

 

31 March
2019

£'000

31 March
2018

£'000

Cash and cash equivalents

6,824

9,431

Borrowings

(3,000)

-

Net funds

3,824

9,431

 

19. Related parties

The Group has a related party relationship with its subsidiaries and with its Directors. Details of the remuneration, share options and pension entitlement of the Directors are included in the Remuneration Report on pages 30 and 31 of the Annual Report and Accounts, to be posted to shareholders in due course.

Ian Foster's wife is a director of TQM Ltd. In the year ended 31 March 2019, TQM provided consulting services to the value of £15k.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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