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RNS Number : 9767K
Restaurant Group PLC
03 September 2019
 

The Restaurant Group plc

Interim results for the 26 weeks ended 30 June 2019

A diversified business aligned to structural growth trends

Strategic highlights

·    Wagamama plans on track and progressing well

Market leading like-for-like1 sales performance continues

Addressing strong pipeline of growth opportunities

Site conversion and cost synergy programme on track

·    Concessions leveraging market opportunities

Like-for-like sales consistently ahead of passenger growth

Further development of brand portfolio with partnerships

Advanced discussions on adjacent market opportunities

·    Pubs continue to drive growth

Strong like-for-like sales outperformance vs market continues

Customer ratings remain consistently high

Healthy pipeline of new site opportunities

·    Optimising Leisure2 business

On-going initiatives to improve food offering, service standards and brand proposition

Progress in brand perception and employee engagement

Estate management discipline continues

Financial highlights

·    Like-for-like sales up 4.0%, with total sales up 58.2% to £515.9m (2018: £326.1m)

·    Adjusted1 profit before tax of £28.1m (20183: £20.7m)

·    Exceptional pre-tax charge of £115.7m (2018: £8.4m) predominantly relating to a £100.2m impairment charge and a £10.7m onerous lease provision in our Leisure business

·    Statutory loss before tax of £87.7m (2018 Statutory profit3: £12.2m)

·    Adjusted EBITDA of £61.4m (20183: £38.4m)

·    Adjusted EPS4 of 4.5p (20183: 5.9p).  Statutory loss per share of 16.1p (2018 earnings per share3: 3.3p)

·    Operating cash flow of £52.3m (2018: £25.6m)

·    Net bank debt of £316.8m (2018: £24.2m) with pro-forma net debt/EBITDA at 2.3x

·    Interim dividend of 2.1p per share,  in line with policy

1 The Group's adjusted performance metrics such as like-for-like sales and free cash flow are defined within the glossary at the end of this report

2 Leisure business refers primarily to our Frankie & Benny's and Chiquito brands

3 As restated, refer to note 1 of the financial statements for details

4 Earnings per share adjusted for bonus element following the rights issue in both financial years


Current trading and outlook

·    Group like-for-like sales up 3.7% for the first 34 weeks of the financial year benefiting from soft comparatives in the prior year

·    Like-for-like sales in the most recent six weeks were up 0.2%, driven by the strong performance of our three growth businesses which have continued to outperform their respective markets, largely offset by our Leisure business reverting back to a trend of modest like-for-like sales decline

·    In summary, trading remains broadly in line with our full year expectations

Debbie Hewitt MBE, Non-executive Chairman, commented:

"We have traded well throughout the first half of the year, delivering 4% like-for-like sales growth, driven by the market outperformance of Wagamama and our Concessions and Pubs businesses.  Our Leisure business delivered a marginal decline in like-for-like sales despite benefitting from the weaker comparatives following last year's extreme weather and football World Cup.   We continue to focus on improving our brand offerings and delivering the best possible experience to our customers whilst optimising our Leisure business to enhance the overall Group performance.

We are mindful of the headwinds in the casual dining sector and the meaningful uncertainties created by the potential of a 'no-deal Brexit' and are planning with this in mind.  However, our business is now better diversified and purposefully positioned to benefit from multiple opportunities for growth.

I am pleased to welcome Andy Hornby as our new CEO, who is bringing a strong consumer, brand and people focus to the business."

Andy Hornby, Chief Executive Officer, commented:

"I am delighted to have joined The Restaurant Group in August.  Our three growth businesses of Wagamama, Concessions and Pubs are all out-performing the market and have potential for further growth.  At the same time, we have an acute focus on optimising our Leisure business, through targeted operational initiatives and disciplined estate management.

Despite the well documented challenges facing the casual dining sector, the Group's diversified set of brands provides firm foundations."

Notes

 

·    The estate at 30 June 2019 comprised of 356 Leisure sites (240 Frankie & Benny's, 80 Chiquito, 13 Coast-to-Coast, eight Garfunkel's, six Filling Station, five Firejacks and four Joe's Kitchen), 135 Wagamama sites, 70 Concessions and 82 Pub restaurants (all based in the UK).  In addition the Wagamama business has five restaurants in the US and 57 franchise restaurants operating across a number of territories.

·    There are a number of potential risks and uncertainties which could have an impact on the Group's performance over the remaining six months of the financial year and which could cause actual results to differ materially from expected and historical results.  These have not materially changed from those set out on page 57 of our latest Annual Report and Accounts which can be found on the Group website: https://www.trgplc.com/investors/reports-presentations/

·    Statements contained in this interim report are based on the knowledge and information available to the Company's Directors at the date it was prepared and therefore the facts stated and views expressed may change after that date.  By their nature, the statements concerning the risks and uncertainties facing the Company in this interim report involve uncertainty since future events and circumstances can cause results and developments to differ materially from those anticipated.  To the extent that this interim report contains any statement dealing with any time after the date of its preparation such statement is merely predictive and speculative as it relates to events and circumstances which are yet to occur. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

·    The Group's adjusted performance metrics such as like-for-like sales and free cash flow are defined within the glossary at the end of this report.

 

Enquiries:

 

The Restaurant Group plc

Andy Hornby, Chief Executive Officer

Kirk Davis, Chief Financial Officer

 

020 3117 5001

MHP Communications

Oliver Hughes

Simon Hockridge

Alistair de Kare-Silver                                                 

 

020 3128 8742 / 8789

 

 

[email protected]

 

 

Investor and analyst conference call facility

 

In conjunction with today's management presentation meeting, a live conference call and webcast facility will be available starting at 9:30am.  If you would like to register, please contact Robert Collett-Creedy at MHP Communications for details on 020 3128 8147 or email [email protected].

The presentation slides will be available to download from 9:30am from the Company's website: https://www.trgplc.com/investors/reports-and-presentations

 

Business review

Introduction

The Group is aligned to structural growth trends with Wagamama, Pubs and Concessions contributing in excess of 70% of Group outlet EBITDA in the period.

 

Wagamama, the UK leader in pan-Asian cuisine, continues to deliver a market leading performance and we are on track to deliver our plans for the business as set out below.

 

Concessions benefits from continued passenger growth, albeit at a slower rate than in previous years and we are exploiting opportunities for new space as airports further invest in terminals, capacity and food and beverage offerings.  Furthermore, given our strength in developing and operating a broad range of formats, we see potential over the medium term for growth in adjacent markets outside of travel hubs in the UK and in international airports.

 

Our Pubs benefit from being in strong locations with attractive market dynamics, coupled with a market leading proposition and operational capability.  We have a healthy organic pipeline of sites and have a number of initiatives to continue to drive clear sector outperformance.

 

We continue to make progress in our Leisure business, undertaking various initiatives to improve food offering, service standards and brand proposition.  However, we remain exposed to the well documented retail structural decline and a challenging cost environment, whilst competing in saturated local markets.  We have therefore taken a more cautious view on the medium-term outlook within our Leisure business which has been reflected in the impairment charge being recognised at the half-year.

 

In the first half of 2019, we have made good progress on the three key elements of the strategy that we set out at our preliminary results in March 2019, which were:

 

·    Deliver the benefits of the Wagamama acquisition;

·    Grow our Concessions and Pubs businesses; and

·    Optimise our Leisure business

1. Deliver the benefits of the Wagamama acquisition

Wagamama delivered another strong performance in the first half of 2019 with the core UK business benefiting from both strong in restaurant and delivery growth.  UK like-for-like sales growth remained significantly ahead of the wider market, with like-for-like sales up 10.6% in the first six months of the year (to 30th June 2019).  Adjusted EBITDA (on a rolling 12 months basis) grew to £51.4m in the period to 30th June 2019 from £42.3m (for the last reported financial year ending 29th April 2018).

Wagamama retained its market leading position with the highest net promoter score among casual dining brands in the UK, and we have benefited from excellent staff retention at our restaurants, with employee turnover reaching its all-time best position for both front and back of house teams. 

Among other initiatives implemented in the first half of the year, we launched a new menu in May, continuing our commitment to provide constant innovation aligned with our customers' evolving preferences.  The new menu extends the range of vegan options, including 'Avant Gard'n', our bestselling vegan dish.  We also launched our new lighter 'Kokoro' bowls (sub-650 calorie range) giving our guests additional healthy eating choices, as well as launching an improved drinks and desserts range.

Over the period, a strong partnership with Deliveroo and the implementation of operational and technological improvements in our delivery proposition contributed to delivery sales rising to c.12% of total sales from c.9% in the same period last year.

We completed five transformational restaurant refurbishments in the period, adding 200 covers with an expected return on invested capital of at least 45%.

As set out below, we are progressing well on the multiple growth avenues that the Wagamama acquisition has unlocked.

UK New sites & Concessions: Our selective approach to high quality openings continues and we expect to open three sites this year including "The Bower" in Old Street, London, and a site in Heathrow Terminal 3.  We currently expect to open four to five sites in 2020 including a site in the planned terminal redevelopment at Manchester airport.

Delivery Kitchens:  We continue to explore how best to serve our customers where we don't have a Wagamama restaurant and launched our first Wagamama-only Delivery Kitchen in Hackney in July.  We plan to open at least another two delivery kitchens by the end of the year.

Food-to-go formats: We are on track to launch our first food-to-go concept, "Mamago", in Q4 2019 in Fenchurch Street, London.  The proposition has been inspired by the Wagamama core business, with a menu of made-to-order pan-Asian cuisine ranging from grab-and-go adaptions on Wagamama classics like Katsu to new and innovative, nutritionally-balanced and flavour-packed dishes built for breakfast and lunch.

International: Our US business has delivered improved trading momentum benefitting from improved team stability and operational execution.  We are progressing with our review of strategic options for the business and will provide a further update in due course.

Synergies

We are on track to deliver at least £15m of cost synergies in 2021, having made good progress in the first half of the year.  In line with the acquisition plan, we prioritised the renegotiation of supply contracts for food, drinks and consumables, and have obtained significant savings through rate equalisation and economies of scale.

We have also obtained additional savings through shared expertise across the group in areas such as energy efficiency and maintenance, as well as through eliminating the duplication of certain professional services.

We anticipate that 60% of the cost synergy programme will benefit the cost base of Wagamama and 40% in to the Legacy-TRG5 business.

On the site conversion programme we are on track to deliver an incremental EBITDA benefit of £7m per annum at maturity in 2021 from the conversion of 15 sites.  Our Leisure sites in Stevenage and Bletchley converted to Wagamama in late August and another six sites will convert between September and November, with an expected return on invested capital of circa 50%.  We are planning to convert at least seven more sites in 2020.

5 Excludes Wagamama.

2. Grow our Concessions and Pubs businesses

Concessions

Our Concessions business primarily operates in 16 UK airports and four UK rail stations.  At its core we manage long-term partnerships and operate multiple formats and brands to deliver food and beverage solutions to our partners.

Our sales continue to trade ahead of passenger growth and we continued our strong track record of retaining sites with at least 85% of sites having received contract renewals beyond the term of the initial contract.  On average our contracts have been extended for 90% of the original concession term.

In the first half of 2019, we developed further trials and rollout of technologies to improve customer convenience, particularly through waiting time screens (a display that informs the average service and kitchen time to receive an order), pay-at-table and order and pay functionalities.

We expect to open at least five new sites in 2019, two of which have already opened, including our Sonoma site at Gatwick airport which is our largest Concessions restaurant at circa 7,000 square feet, and can accommodate over 300 covers at a time.

We have also secured six sites in the planned Manchester airport terminal redevelopment which are due to open in 2020.  The terminal is expected to reach maturity in 2022, with the gradual shift of passengers out of the existing terminal having a short-term impact on profitability through 2020 and 2021.

We are also exploring opportunities in adjacent markets outside of travel hubs in the UK and in international airports.

Pubs

We currently have an estate of 83 Pubs, which are predominantly located in countryside and suburban locations, with a premium proposition focused on the local customer base.  In the first half of 2019, like-for-like sales continued to outperform the overall pub restaurant sector.

In the first half of 2019, we continued to evolve our menus in line with customer preferences.  For example, we refined and extended our vegan range, with the introduction of items such as mushroom pie and beetroot burger, now our top selling vegan dishes.  On our drinks range, we have introduced a larger selection of low/no alcohol beers, reflecting increasing customer demand, and extended the opportunity for pub managers to source and stock local beers and craft lager, in addition to the already well-established cask range, which have been well received by customers.

We have, in certain locations, developed existing space to cater for private functions, including weddings.  For instance, at the Mill House in Hook we have refurbished the adjacent barn, which is now available to host private events, meetings and small family parties.

We also continue to explore opportunities to expand our accommodation offering, currently available at the Arrow Mill in Alcester and The Highdown in Goring-by-the-Sea.

We made further progress in the rollout of technology initiatives to improve our customer experience and commercial performance. We started trialling an in-app ordering function that allows customers in our busy gardens to order from their table.  We also launched an improved version of our reservation software, which allows for improved customer flexibility.

We have maintained our social media score reviews at 4.4/5, confirming our commitment to delivering a high standard of customer service.

We expect to open four new sites this year, three of which have already opened.  We will continue our selective approach to site expansion, with a disciplined approach to site criteria and strict financial hurdles, whilst our geographical reach is gradually expanding across the UK.

3. Optimise our Leisure business

Our Leisure business has benefitted from our initiatives to improve food offering, service standards and brand proposition, as set out below.  Nevertheless, the backdrop remains challenging and we continue to take a disciplined approach to our estate.

In the first eight months of 2019, we have closed 16 sites (10 Frankie & Benny's, four Chiquito, one Coast to Coast and one Garfunkel), reducing the overall leisure estate to 352 sites. Among those closed, we executed the following actions:

·    Eight sites converted or are in the process of converting to Wagamama

·    Three sites closed and were exited, by exercising the break clauses or lease expiry

·    Five sites closed as they were no longer generating acceptable cash returns

We are making progress in negotiations with landlords when there are lease events, having obtained rent reductions in the most recent negotiations as well as greater flexibility in lease terms.

The remaining estate has a median of six years to the first potential exit date (i.e. lease expiry or the date at which we can exercise a break clause).  We expect to exit at least 50% of Leisure sites reaching their next exit date, and will continue to explore market opportunities to exit these sites earlier where possible.

Frankie & Benny's

Our focus over the half year has been on enhancing the brand's food proposition, improving customer engagement and affinity, and continuing to leverage the existing estate.

In May we launched our new menu, where we reduced the overall size of the menu by circa 10%, simplifying our offer for customers and streamlining operations for our restaurant teams.  The reduced menu includes 26 new dishes that refocused on our Italian American heritage and the removal of a number of less popular dishes.  Feedback on our new menu has been positive, with dishes such as the Meatballs Al Forno and Toblerone Cheesecake being particularly popular with customers.

Our increased focus on customer engagement has been driven through the better use of social media, and proactive marketing to create a 'buzz' around the brand.  A key campaign in the period was "Bring It Back" where we surveyed our customer base using social media to find out what they would like to see return to the menu which led to previous dishes such as Spaghetti Chicken Alfredo and Vegan Nuggets returning to the Summer Specials menu.  We also created significant engagement around the news of Prince Archie's birth, where we offered everyone named Archie a free meal in our restaurants. The social campaign had organic reach of over 2 million, with 30,000 customers engaging with the content.

We continue to look for opportunities to leverage our estate and have increased the penetration of delivery sales in our core menu and virtual brands.  We are now active across 193 sites in partnership with multiple aggregators and operate two virtual brands from most sites.  The two virtual brands are "Stacks", providing our customers with "fully loaded burgers" and "Birdbox" our fried chicken brand with a southern American twist.

As a result of our initiatives we continue to see a consistent improvement in customer ratings on social media.

Chiquito

In the first half of 2019, the key objectives have been to further refine the brand identity and proposition, re-focusing on our core values of fun, choice and value.

We launched a new menu in April which had better choice and a range of options focused on health and premiumisation.  We have created a new menu category, "Greens and Grains", which includes new dishes such as "Burrito with Benefits" and "Chopped and Topped Salad".  We also launched vegan and breakfast specific menus, providing our customers with greater choice.

We have also increased our presence on social media, with a more proactive engagement with our customers.  For instance, a video involving Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks from the reality programmes 'Made in Chelsea' and 'The Only Way is Essex' featured in one of our restaurants and raised our brand's share of voice on social media to a new high.

We continue to look for opportunities to leverage our estate and have increased the penetration of delivery sales in our core menu and virtual brands.  We are now active across 73 restaurants in partnership with multiple aggregators and operate two virtual brands from most sites.  The two virtual brands are "Kick-Ass Burrito" and "Cornstar Tacos". Kick-Ass Burrito is a great value, virtual-only burrito brand.  Cornstar Taco offers fresh, full flavour and fully loaded crispy tacos and nacho boxes.

As with Frankie & Benny's, we continue to see an improvement in our customer ratings on social media particularly in areas related to service and value.

Summary

·    Enlarged group strongly orientated towards growth

·    Wagamama acquisition plan on track

·    Like-for-like sales growth ahead of passenger growth in Concessions with multiple opportunities ahead

·    Pubs continue to outperform the market with opportunities for further growth

·    Continuing challenges in Leisure business, addressed through targeted initiatives and disciplined estate management

 

Current trading and outlook

·    Group like-for-like sales up 3.7% for the first 34 weeks of the financial year benefiting from soft comparatives in the prior year

·    Like-for-like sales in the most recent six weeks were up 0.2%, driven by the strong performance of our three growth businesses which have continued to outperform their respective markets, largely offset by our Leisure business reverting back to a trend of modest like-for-like sales decline

·    In summary, trading remains broadly in line with our full year expectations

 

Financial review

Like-for-like sales improved by 4.0% in the first half of the year with total turnover up 58.2% to £515.9m (2018: £326.1m).  Like-for-like sales and total sales increases reflect the benefit of the Wagamama acquisition being consolidated into the TRG business.  In the period we saw strong performances from Wagamama which has continued to significantly outperform its core UK market, from our Concessions business which has traded ahead of air-passenger growth and from our Pubs business, which has consistently traded ahead of the pub restaurant sector.  Our Leisure business delivered a marginal decline in like-for-like sales in the period, despite benefitting from the weaker comparatives due to the extreme weather and the football World Cup last year.

Adjusted operating profit increased by 70.8% to £36.5m (20183: £21.3m) with the adjusted operating margin rising from 6.5% to 7.1%, reflecting the like-for-like sales growth in the period coupled with the benefit from the Wagamama acquisition.  On a statutory basis, the Group's operating loss was £79.3m (20183: operating profit: £12.9m), reflecting an exceptional pre-tax charge of £115.7m related predominantly to the impairment and onerous lease provisions in our Leisure business.     

Adjusted profit before tax for the period was £28.1m (20183: £20.7m), with adjusted profit after tax of £22.1m (20183: £16.2m).  Adjusted earnings per share were 4.5p (2018: 5.9p).  On a statutory basis, our loss before tax was £87.7m (20182: profit before tax: £12.2m) and statutory loss per share was 16.1p (20182 statutory earnings per share: 3.3p).

The Group has continued to experience external cost pressures throughout 2019, including inflation in wages, purchases, property and utility costs.  We now expect gross cost headwinds in the region of £27m for the full-year, of which we expect to mitigate circa 40% (excluding the benefits arising from the Wagamama cost synergy programme). 

The Group remains cash generative with free cash flow of £27.0m in the period (2018: £14.2m); the increase in free cash flow reflecting the cash generated from the Wagamama operations, partially offset by the increased cost of financing.  The Group continues to invest in future growth opportunities and has spent £20.3m on development capital expenditure (2018: £11.3m). 

Net Debt increased by £25.7m to £316.8m. The increase in Net Debt was predominantly driven by the one-off acquisition and integration cost relating to Wagamama of £20.7m.

Restructuring and exceptional charge

An exceptional pre-tax charge of £115.7m has been recorded in the period (2018: £8.4m), which includes the following:

 

·    A net impairment charge of £100.2m (2018: £6.2m) has been recognised in the period. Of the £100.2m charge, £97.9m related to restaurants trading within in our Leisure business and £2.3m relates to two Wagamama restaurants in the US. The impairment charge comprised of two main elements:

 

(i)            In the Leisure business we have recognised an impairment charge across sites that were identified as structurally unattractive; and

(ii)           In addition, given the well documented over capacity and continued like-for-like sales decline in the casual dining market, and ongoing cost headwinds we have taken a more cautious medium term outlook when assessing the Leisure business for impairment

 

·    A write off of £1.9m (2018: £nil) was made to the carrying value of the property, plant and equipment for sites which will be converted to Wagamama

·    Onerous lease provisions resulted in a charge of £10.7m in the period (2018: £2.3m). This comprised a £0.4m credit in respect of unutilised provisions following the successful exit of four sites ahead of expectations and a further charge of £11.1m was provided for in the period. £5.7m was in respect of new sites where there is an element of the lease that is now onerous and £5.4m in respect of sites previously provided for

·    An exceptional charge of £3.0m (2018: nil) was made relating to the acquisition and integration costs of Wagamama

The tax credit relating to these exceptional charges was £14.8m (20183: £1.3m).

Cash expenditure associated with the above exceptional charges was £27.5m in the period (2018: £5.7m). The cash cost related to onerous leases of £6.7m (2018: £5.7m) and the cost of the acquisition and refinancing of £20.7m (2018: £nil).

Interim dividend

The Board proposes an interim dividend of 2.1p, reflecting the Board's policy of paying a dividend covered two times by adjusted profit after tax.   The interim dividend will be paid on 10 October 2019 to shareholders on the register on 13 September 2019 and shares will be marked ex-dividend on 12 September 2019.  

FY19 Guidance

We expect to spend £50m to £55m on development expenditure in 2019; comprising:

·    Four new Pubs

·    At least five new Concessions, including the initial expenditure relating to Manchester terminal redevelopment

·    Five new Wagamama sites (two UK, one Airport, two US)

·    Eight Leisure site conversions to Wagamama

·    Roll-out of delivery kitchens and pilot of Wagamama Grab & Go concept, "Mamago"

Refurbishment and maintenance capital expenditure will range between £30m to £35m.  This will include five transformational refurbishments of Wagamama UK sites, as well as two Pubs and one Concessions refurbishment projects.

·    Depreciation expected to be between £47m to £49m

·    Debt interest expected to be between £15m to £16m

·    Provision interest expected to be circa £1m

 

Summary adjusted trading income statement:

 

 

26 weeks

ended 30

June 2019

26 weeks

ended 1

July 2018

 

 

£m

£m

% change

Revenue

515.9

326.1

58.2%





Adjusted1 EBITDA

61.4

38.4

60.1%





Adjusted1 operating profit

36.5

21.3

70.8%

Adjusted1 operating margin

7.1%

6.5%

 





Adjusted1 profit before tax

28.1

20.7

35.6%

Adjusted1 tax

(5.9)

(4.5)

 





Adjusted1 profit after tax

22.1

16.2

36.9%





Adjusted1 EPS (pence)

4.5p

5.9p

(23.4%)


1
Adjusted measures are stated before exceptional items and are as defined within the glossary

 

Summary cash flow statement:

 

 

 

26 weeks

ended 30

June 2019

26 weeks

ended 1

July 2018

 

 

 

£m

£m

Adjusted1 operating profit

36.5

21.3

Working capital

(8.8)

(13.0)

Non-cash adjustments

(0.4)

0.2

Depreciation

25.0

17.0

Net cash flow from operations

52.3

25.6






Net interest paid

(7.3)

(0.4)

Tax paid

 

(4.0)

(2.1)

Refurbishment and maintenance capital expenditure

(14.0)

(8.9)

Free cash flow

27.0

14.2




Development capital expenditure

(20.3)

(11.3)

Movement in capital creditor

(4.0)

1.7

Utilisation of onerous lease provisions

(6.7)

(5.7)

Post-acquisition costs

(20.7)

-

Other items

(1.0)

(0.0)






Cash outflow

(25.7)

(1.1)






Group net debt at start of period

(291.1)

(23.1)

Group net debt at end of period

(316.8)

(24.2)

 

1 Adjusted measures are stated before exceptional items and are as defined within the glossary

 

 

 

The Restaurant Group plc


 

 

 

Consolidated income statement

















26 weeks ended 30 June 2019













Trading

Exceptional items




business

(Note 4)

Total



(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(unaudited)


Note

£'000

£'000

£'000






Revenue

2

515,893

-

515,893






Cost of sales

3

(452,537)

(112,760)

(565,297)






Gross profit/(loss)


63,356

(112,760)

(49,404)






Administration costs


(26,900)

(2,964)

(29,864)






Operating profit/(loss)


36,456

(115,724)

(79,268)






Interest payable


(8,460)

-

(8,460)

Interest receivable


58

-

58






Profit/(loss) on ordinary activities before tax


28,054

(115,724)

(87,670)






Tax on profit/(loss) from ordinary activities

5

(5,909)

14,800

8,891






Profit/ (loss) for the period


22,145

(100,924)

(78,779)






Other comprehensive income:





Foreign exchange differences arising on consolidation

125

-

125

Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the period


22,270

(100,924)

(78,654)






Earnings per share (pence)





Basic

6

4.51


(16.05)

Diluted

6

4.50


(16.05)






The table below is provided to give additional information to shareholders on a key performance indicator:











EBITDA


61,447

(15,573)

45,874






Depreciation, amortisation and impairment


(24,991)

(100,151)

(125,142)






Operating profit/(loss)


36,456

(115,724)

(79,268)

 

The Restaurant Group plc


 

 

 

 

 

Consolidated income statement




 







 







 




26 weeks ended 1 July 2018

 







 




Restated (Note 1)

 




Trading

Exceptional items


 




business

(Note 4)

Total

 




(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(unaudited)

 


Note


£'000

£'000

£'000

 







 

Revenue

2


326,078

-

326,078

 







 

Cost of sales

3


(292,139)

(8,444)

(300,583)

 







 

Gross profit/(loss)



33,939

(8,444)

25,495

 







 

Administration costs



(12,594)

-

(12,594)

 







 

Operating profit/(loss)



21,345

(8,444)

12,901

 







 

Interest payable



(656)

-

(656)

 

Interest receivable



1

-

1

 







 

Profit/(loss) on ordinary activities before tax



20,690

(8,444)

12,246

 







 

Tax on profit/(loss) from ordinary activities



(4,517)

1,274

(3,243)

 







 

Profit/ (loss) for the period



16,173

(7,170)

9,003

 







 

Other comprehensive income:






 

Foreign exchange differences arising on consolidation


 

Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the period



16,173

(7,170)

9,003

 







 

Earnings per share (pence)






 

Rights adjusted basic

6


5.89


3.28

 

Rights adjusted diluted

6


5.87


3.27

 







 

The table below is provided to give additional information to shareholders on a key performance indicator:



















EBITDA



38,379

(2,266)

36,113













Depreciation, amortisation and impairment



(17,034)

(6,178)

(23,212)













Operating profit/(loss)



21,345

(8,444)

12,901




 

The Restaurant Group plc


 

 

 

Consolidated income statement

continued

















52 weeks ended 30 December 2018













Trading

Exceptional items




business

(Note 4)

Total



(audited)

(audited)

(audited)


Note

£'000

£'000

£'000






Revenue

2

686,047

-

686,047






Cost of sales

3

(603,332)

(23,997)

(627,329)






Gross profit/(loss)


82,715

(23,997)

58,718






Administration costs


(27,313)

(14,775)

(42,088)






Operating profit/(loss)


55,402

(38,772)

16,630






Interest payable


(2,233)

(467)

(2,700)

Interest receivable


1

-

1






Profit/(loss) on ordinary activities before tax


53,170

(39,239)

13,931






Tax on profit/(loss) from ordinary activities


(11,361)

4,312

(7,049)






Profit/ (loss) for the year


41,809

(34,927)

6,882











Other comprehensive income:





Foreign exchange differences arising on consolidation


-

-

-






Total comprehensive income/(loss) for the period


41,809

(34,927)

6,882






Earnings per share (pence)





Rights adjusted basic

6

14.67


2.42

Rights adjusted diluted

6

14.63


2.41






The table below is provided to give additional information to shareholders on a key performance indicator:






EBITDA


87,855

(24,802)

63,053






Depreciation, amortisation and impairment


(32,453)

(13,970)

(46,423)






Operating profit/(loss)


55,402

(38,772)

16,630

 

 

The Restaurant Group plc





Consolidated balance sheet







At

30 December

2018




Restated (Note 1)




(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)


Note

£'000

£'000

£'000






Non-current assets





Intangible assets


617,172

26,998

617,352

Property, plant and equipment


334,439

324,395

430,631

Fair value lease assets


1,285

-

1,361



952,896

351,393

1,049,344






Current assets





Inventory


8,491

5,955

8,678

Other receivables


20,651

17,257

22,912

Prepayments


24,798

19,833

31,096

Cash and cash equivalents


31,910

6,575

65,903



85,850

49,620

128,589






Total assets


1,038,746

401,013

1,177,933











Current liabilities





Trade and other payables


(177,300)

(131,085)

(211,977)

Corporation tax liabilities


(2,129)

(4,342)

(2,702)

Provisions


(9,574)

(8,189)

(9,377)



(189,003)

(143,616)

(224,056)






Net current liabilities


(103,153)

(93,996)

(95,467)











Long-term borrowings


(346,111)

(29,384)

(354,420)

Other payables


(26,561)

(24,188)

(27,521)

Fair value lease liabilities


(10,015)

-

(10,426)

Deferred tax liabilities


(40,286)

(3,589)

(52,674)

Provisions


(54,308)

(32,074)

(50,244)



(477,281)

(89,235)

(495,285)






Total liabilities


(666,284)

(232,851)

(719,341)






Net assets


372,462

168,162

458,592











Equity





Share capital

11

138,234

56,551

138,234

Share premium


249,686

25,554

249,686

Other reserves


(7,418)

(7,520)

(7,158)

Retained earnings


(8,040)

93,577

77,830

Total equity


372,462

168,162

458,592

 

The Restaurant Group plc







Consolidated statement of changes in equity












26 weeks to 1 July 2018 restated (unaudited)









Share

Share

Other

Retained

Total



capital

premium

reserves

earnings




£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

At 1 January 2018


56,551

25,554

(7,753)

105,814

180,166








Total comprehensive income for the period

-

-

-

9,003

9,003

Dividends


-

-

-

(21,240)

(21,240)

Accrued share-based payments


-

-

190

-

190

Deferred tax on share-based payments


-

-

43

-

43















At 1 July 2018


56,551

25,554

(7,520)

93,577

168,162








Year to 30 December 2018 (audited)














At 1 January 2018


56,551

25,554

(7,753)

105,814

180,166








Total comprehensive income for the year

-

-

-

6,882

6,882

Rights issue of new shares


81,683

224,132

-

-

305,815

Dividends


-

-

-

(34,866)

(34,866)

Accrued share-based payments


-

-

761

-

761

Deferred tax on share-based payments


-

-

(42)

-

(42)

Purchase of treasury shares


-

-

(124)

-

(124)















At 30 December 2018


138,234

249,686

(7,158)

77,830

458,592








26 weeks to 30 June 2019 (unaudited)














At 1 January 2019


138,234

249,686

(7,158)

77,830

458,592

Total comprehensive loss for the period




(78,654)

(78,654)

Dividends





(7,216)

(7,216)

Accrued share-based payments




(256)


(256)

Deferred tax on share-based payments




(4)


(4)















At 30 June 2019


138,234

249,686

(7,418)

(8,040)

372,462

 

The Restaurant Group plc





Consolidated cash flow statement

















26 weeks

ended

26 weeks

ended

52 weeks

ended



30 June

2019

1 July

2018

30 December

2018




Restated (Note 1)




(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)


Note

£'000

£'000

£'000











Operating activities





Cash generated from operations

8

52,253

25,588

88,307

Interest received


58

10

10

Interest paid


(7,393)

(376)

(1,013)

Tax paid


(4,046)

(2,113)

(7,364)

Payment against provisions


(6,734)

(5,650)

(11,183)

Payment of acquisition and refinancing costs


(20,719)

-

(10,103)

Net cash flows from operating activities


13,419

17,459

58,654






Investing activities





Purchase of property, plant and equipment


(38,332)

(17,602)

(47,514)

Purchase of intangible assets


-

-

(1,532)

Proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment

-

-

370

Purchase of subsidiaries


-

(925)

(364,197)

Cash acquired on acquisition of subsidiaries


-

114

39,270

Net cash flows from investing activities


(38,332)

(18,413)

(373,603)






Financing activities





Net proceeds from issue of ordinary share capital


-

-

305,815

Repayments of borrowings


(9,000)

(2,000)

(170,000)

Drawdown of borrowings


-

-

272,000

Upfront loan facility fee paid


-

-

(1,500)

Dividends paid to shareholders


-

-

(34,866)

Decrease in obgligations under finance leases


(82)

(82)

(208)

Net cash flows used in financing activities


(9,082)

(2,082)

371,241






Net (decrease)/increase in cash and cash equivalents


(33,995)

(3,036)

56,292






Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the year


65,903

9,611

9,611

Foreign exchange movement in cash


2








Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period


31,910

6,575

65,903

 

Responsibility statement





















We confirm that to the best of our knowledge:











a)

the condensed set of financial statements has been prepared in accordance with international Accounting Standard (IAS) 34 'Interim Financial Reporting';










b)

the interim management report includes a fair review of the information required by DTR 4.2.7R (indication of important events during the first 26 weeks and description of principal risks and uncertainties for the remaining 26 weeks of the year); and











c)

the interim management report includes a fair review of the information required by DTR 4.2.8R (disclosure of related parties' transactions and changes therein).










By order of the Board,






































Andy Hornby



Kirk Davis



Chief Executive Officer


Chief Financial Officer


02 September 2019


02 September 2019


 

1 Accounting policies


Basis of preparation

The annual financial statements of The Restaurant Group plc are prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) as adopted by the European Union.  The condensed set of financial statements included in this interim financial report has been prepared in accordance with IAS 34 'Interim Financial Reporting', as adopted by the European Union.  The accounting policies and methods of computation used are consistent with those used in the Group's latest annual audited financial statements, except as disclosed below.

General information

The comparatives for the full year ended 30 December 2018 do not constitute statutory accounts as defined in section 434 of the Companies Act 2006.  A copy of the statutory accounts for that year has been delivered to the Registrar of Companies.  The auditor's report on these accounts was unqualified, did not draw attention to any matters by way of emphasis and did not contain a statement under section 498(2) or (3) of the Companies Act 2006.

Going concern basis

The condensed set of financial statements have been prepared on the going concern basis as, after making appropriate enquires, the Directors have a reasonable expectation that the Group has adequate resources to continue in operational existence for the foreseeable future at the time of approving the condensed set of financial statements.

Changes in accounting policies

The same accounting policies, presentation and methods of computation are followed in the condensed set of financial statements as applied in the Group's latest annual audited financial statements. There have been no changes to the accounting standards in the current period that have materially impacted the Group financial statements.

As noted in the Group's latest audited financial statements the Group expects IFRS 16 'Leases', which will replace IAS 17 'Leases', to have a material impact on the reported assets, liabilities and income statement of the Group.  The Group will be required to adopt the new standard for its financial year commencing 30 December 2019.

Under IFRS 16, the majority of the Group's operating leases will be 'on balance sheet' as reflected by a right-of-use asset and corresponding lease liability.  As a result, earnings before interest, tax, amortisation and depreciation (EBITDA) will increase as the current operating lease charge will be substituted for an increased depreciation charge, arising from the right-of-use asset, and an increased interest charge, arising from the unwinding of discount on the lease liability, both which are presented below EBITDA.  IFRS 16 will impact other financial measures, including debt, debt covenants, gearing and earnings per share.

Management are currently assessing the impact of adopting IFRS 16 and accordingly it is not yet practicable to quantify the effects or the option which the Group may select upon transition. The Group intends to give an indication of the transition impact in the year end financial statements.

Restatement of comparatives

 

During the year ended 30 December 2018, management identified five items which resulted in a retrospective amendment of the financial statements.


These items have also been retrospectively applied to the period ended 1 July 2018. The amount of correction for each financial line item affected and for basic and diluted earnings per share is disclosed below. Further information can be obtained from the 2018 Annual Report.


As originally

Capital

Rent

free

Finance

Dilapidations

Impairment

and



disclosed

 

contributions

(i)

periods

(ii)

lease

(iii)

provision (iv)

 

onerous

leases (v)

As restated


£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

Consolidated income statement for the 26 weeks ended 1 July 2018







Cost of sales before exceptional items*

(291,473)

194

-

(100)

-

354

(291,025)

Interest payable

(756)

-

-

100

-

-

(656)

Exceptional tax credit

861

-

-

-

-

413

1,274

Profit for the period

8,042

194

-

-

-

767

9,003









Adjusted EBITDA

38,060

422

-

(103)

-

-

38,379

Depreciation and amortisation

(17,163)

(228)

-

3

-

354

(17,034)









Consolidated balance sheet at 1 July 2018








Property, plant and equipment

331,337

16,460

-

84

-

(23,486)

324,395

Trade and other payables - current

(140,328)

(841)

7,884

-

2,200

-

(131,085)

Other payables - non-current

(2,488)

(15,038)

(7,884)

1,222

-

-

(24,188)

Deferred tax liabilities

(4,415)

-

-

-

-

826

(3,589)

Provisions - non-current

(29,874)

-

-

-

(2,200)


(32,074)

Retained earnings

114,350

581

-

1,306

-

(22,660)

93,577

Basic and diluted earnings per share








Weighted average ordinary shares for the purposes of basic earnings per share

200,382,906






200,382,906









Weighted average ordinary shares for the purposes of diluted earnings per share

201,169,275






201,169,275









Total profit for the period (£'000)

8,042

194

-

-

-

767

9,003









Basic profit per share for the period (pence) (Note 6)

4.01

0.10

-

-

-

0.38

4.49

Diluted profit per share (pence) (Note 6)

4.00

0.10

-

-

-

0.38

4.48









Adjusted basic profit per share for the period (pence) (Note 6)

7.80

0.10

-

-

-

-

7.90

Adjusted diluted profit per share (pence) (Note 6)

7.77

0.10

-

-

-

-

7.87

 

*Prior period comparatives have been restated to conform with current period presentation. This involves a reallocation between Cost of sales and Administration costs resulting in Cost of sales of £292,139 being disclosed on the face of the income statement.

 

(i) Lease incentives - capital contributions

The Group historically recognised contributions received from landlords to offset against the cost of fitting out a restaurant as a reduction in Property, plant and equipment.  In 2018 management reclassified these to Trade and other payables, split between current and non-current.  Whereas these have previously been depreciated each year, over the lease life, all lease incentives are now recognised, within Cost of sales in the income statement. This has resulted in an increase in the Depreciation charge of £0.2m and a decrease in rent of £0.4m for the 26 week period to 1 July 2018. The balance sheet has been represented here to reflect the adjustments recognised at 31 December 2017 plus the six months income statement movements noted above.

(ii) Lease incentives - rent free periods

The Group has previously accounted for rent free lease incentives as a current liability, despite them being recognised in the income statement over the life of the lease.  In 2018 the Group reclassified amounts that will be unwound to the income statement after one year to non-current Other payables.  This has resulted in no impact on the income statement for the 26 week period to 1 July 2018 as the incentive was released appropriately. The balance sheet has been represented here to reflect the adjustments recognised at 31 December 2017 plus the six months income statement movements noted above.

(iii) Finance lease

The historical accounting for finance leases on a number of sites was incorrect.  A mechanical calculation error had led to the future cash outflows being overstated.  This has resulted in an increase of £0.1m in Cost of sales with a corresponding reduction in Interest payable for the 26 week period to 1 July 2019. Therefore, there was no impact on profit before tax for the 26 week period to 1 July 2018. The balance sheet has been represented here to reflect the adjustments recognised at 31 December 2017 plus the six months income statement movements noted above.

(iv) Dilapidations provision

The Group historically recorded dilapidation provisions within current Trade and other payables. In 2018 the Group has corrected the reclassification of dilapidations to non-current Provisions.  This has resulted in no impact on the income statement for the 26 week period to 1 July 2018 as these were recognised prior to 1 January 2018. The balance sheet has been represented here to reflect the adjustments recognised at 31 December 2017 plus the six months income statement movements noted above.

(v) Impairment and onerous leases

As part of the year-end process, management reviewed and re-assessed the method by which central costs are allocated to the individual CGUs for the purposes of impairment testing.  As a result an appropriate portion of the central costs were allocated to the CGUs to more accurately determine their future cash flows. This has resulted in a reduction in Depreciation and increase in Profit before tax of £0.4m for the 26 week period to 1 July 2018. The balance sheet has been represented here to reflect the adjustments recognised at 31 December 2017 plus the six months income statement movements noted above.

The Restaurant Group plc

Notes to the condensed financial statements

 

2 Segmental analysis

The Group trades in one business segment (that of operating restaurants) primarily within the United Kingdom. In addition, the Group operates restaurants in the United States and generates revenues from franchise royalties primarily in the Middle East and Europe. The segmentation between geographical location and restaurant operations and royalty revenues are not considered significant to be reportable segments under IFRS 8.

 

3 Cost of sales



26 weeks

ended

26 weeks

ended

52 weeks

ended




30 June

2019

1 July

2018

30 December

2018





Restated

(Note 1)





(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)




£'000

£'000

£'000

Cost of sales consists of the following:












Continuing business excluding pre-opening costs



451,490

291,494

601,928

Pre-opening costs



1,047

645

1,404

Trading cost of sales



452,537

292,139

603,332







Exceptional items (Note 4)



112,760

8,444

23,997







Total cost of sales for the period



565,297

300,583

627,329

 

4 Exceptional items

26 weeks

ended

26 weeks

ended

52 weeks

ended


30 June

2019

1 July

2018

30 December

2018



Restated (Note 1)



(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)


£'000

£'000

£'000





Included within cost of sales:




- Impairment of property, plant and equipment

100,151

6,178

13,970

- Onerous lease provisions in respect of closed and other sites

10,702

2,266

10,027

- Write off of closed site property, plant and equipment

1,907

-

-


112,760

8,444

23,997

Included within administration costs:




- Acquisition and integration costs

2,964

-

14,775


2,964

-

14,775

Included within interest payable:




- Refinancing costs


-

467

Exceptional items before tax

115,724

8,444

39,239





Credit in respect of tax rate change


-

219

Tax effect of exceptional Items

(14,800)

(1,274)

(4,531)


(14,800)

(1,274)

(4,312)





Net exceptional items for the period

100,924

7,170

34,927

 

An exceptional pre-tax charge of £115.7m has been recorded in the period (H1 2018: £8.4m), which includes the following:

- An impairment charge of £100.2m (H1 2018: £6.2m) has been incurred.  Of the £100.2m charge, £97.9m related to restaurants trading within in our Leisure business and £2.3m relates to two Wagamama restaurants in the US. The impairment charge comprised of two main elements:

 

(i)            In the Leisure business we have recognised an impairment charge across sites that were identified as structurally unattractive; and

 

(ii)           In addition, given the well documented over capacity and continued like-for-like sales decline in the casual dining market, and ongoing cost headwinds we have taken a more cautious medium term outlook when assessing the Leisure business for impairment

- Onerous lease provisions resulted in a charge of £10.7m in the period (H1 2018: £2.3m). This comprises:

• A £0.4m credit in respect of unutilised provisions following the successful exit of four sites ahead of expectations;

• A further charge totalling £11.1m was provided for in the period. This comprised a charge of £5.7m in respect of newly identified onerous leases and a charge of £5.4m in respect of sites previously provided for.

- A write off of £1.9m (H1: £nil) was made to the carrying value of the property, plant and equipment for sites which are converting to Wagamama.

- An exceptional charge of £3.0m (H1 2018: £nil) was made relating to the acquisition and integration costs of Wagamama.

The tax credit relating to these exceptional charges was £14.8m (H1 2018: £1.3m).

Cash expenditure associated with the above exceptional charges was £27.5m in the period (H1 2018: £5.7m) relating to the cash cost of the onerous leases of £6.7m (H1 2018: £5.7m) and the cash cost of the acquisitions and refinancing of £20.7m (H1 2018: £nil).

Impairment testing on the Group's property, plant and equipment has been based on value in use estimates using cash flow projections. The projected cash flows have been discounted using a rate based on the Group's pre tax Weighted Average Cost of Capital of 10.3% (2018: 9.2%) that reflects the risk of these assets. Cash flows are extrapolated in perpetuity or to the end of the lease life using different growth rates depending on the area of the business.

The key assumptions in the value in use estimates are the discount rate applied and the forecast cash flows. An increase of 1% in the discount rate would give rise to an additional impairment charge of approximately £0.1m, whilst a decrease of 1% in the discount rate would give rise to a reduction in impairment of approximately £0.1m. The forecast cash flows take into account management's experience of the specific sites and its long term expectations of the market. A 1% reduction in the like-for-like sales growth rate would result in an additional impairment charge of approximately £9.0m.

5 Tax

The tax charge has been calculated by reference to the expected effective current and deferred tax rates for the financial year to 29 December 2019 applied against the trading profit before tax for the period ended 30 June 2019.

The effective tax rate on the adjusted profit (before exceptional items) is estimated to be 21.1%.

The Finance (No.2) Act 2015 introduced a reduction in the main rate of corporation tax from 20% to 19% from April 2017 and from 19% to 18% from April 2020. These reductions were substantively enacted on 26 October 2015.

The Finance Act 2016 introduced a further reduction in the main rate of corporation tax to 17% from April 2020. This was substantively enacted on 6 September 2016. The deferred tax provision at the balance sheet date has been calculated at this rate.

6 Earnings per share



26 weeks

ended

26 weeks

ended

52 weeks

ended



30 June

2019

1 July

2018

30 December

2018




Restated (Note 1)




(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)






a) Basic earnings per share:





Weighted average ordinary shares for the purposes of basic earnings per share

490,807,953

274,625,381

284,959,978






Total (loss)/profit for the period (£'000)


(78,779)

9,003

6,882






Basic earnings per share for the period (pence)


(16.05)

3.28

2.42

Total (loss)/profit for the period (£'000)


(78,779)

9,003

6,882

Effect of exceptional items on earnings for the period (£'000)


100,924

7,170

34,927

Earnings excluding exceptional items (£'000)


22,145

16,173

41,809






Adjusted earnings per share (pence)


4.51

5.89

14.67






b) Diluted earnings per share:










Weighted average ordinary shares for the purposes of basic earnings per share

490,807,953

274,625,381

284,959,978






Effect of dilutive potential ordinary shares:





Dilutive shares to be issued in respect of options granted under the share option schemes

329,361

139,620

64,070

Shares held by employee benefit trust


688,276

938,101

688,276








491,825,590

275,703,102

285,712,324






Diluted earnings per share (pence)


(16.05)

3.27

2.41

Adjusted diluted earnings per share (pence)


4.50

5.87

14.63

 

On the 14 December 2018 the group issued 290,428,830 new ordinary shares of 28.125p each through a rights issue. To reflect the rights issue, the number of shares previously used to calculate basic and diluted earnings per share and adjusted earnings per share have been amended in the table above in accordance with IAS 33. A bonus adjustment factor of 1.3705 has been applied, based on the ratio of an adjusted closing share price of 200.0p per share on 30 October 2018, the business day before the shares started trading ex rights price at that date of 108.5 pence per share.

Diluted earnings per share information is based on adjusting the weighted average number of shares for the purposes of basic earnings per  share in respect of notional share awards made to employees in regards of share option schemes and the shares held by the employee benefit trust.  The calculation of diluted earnings per share does not assume conversion, exercise or other issue of potential ordinary shares that would have an antidilutive effect on earnings per share.

 

7 Dividend

Following approval at the Annual General Meeting on 17 May 2019, the final dividend in respect of 2018 of 1.47p per share totalling £7.2m was paid to shareholders on 5 July 2019.

The Directors have declared an interim dividend of 2.1p per share which will be paid on 10 October 2019 to shareholders on the register on 13 September 2019 and shares will be marked ex-dividend on 12 September 2019. In accordance with IAS 10, this will be recognised in the reserves of the Group in the second half of the year.

8 Reconciliation of profit before tax to cash generated from operations



26 weeks

ended

26 weeks

ended

52 weeks

ended



30 June

2019

1 July

2018

30 December

2018




Restated

(Note 1)




(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)



£'000

£'000

£'000

(Loss)/profit before tax


(87,670)

12,246

13,931

Net interest charges


8,402

655

2,232

Impairment of property, plant and equipment


100,151

6,178

13,970

Onerous lease and other property provisions


10,702

2,266

10,027

Acquisition and post acquisition integration costs


2,964

-

14,775

Write off of closed sites property, plant and equipment


1,907

-

-

Refinancing costs


-

-

467

Share-based payments


(256)

190

761

Depreciation and amortisation


24,991

17,034

32,453

Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment


189

27

104

Mark to market adjustment on acquired operating leases


(335)

-

-

Decrease in inventory


187

20

83

Decrease/(increase) in receivables


8,559

(4,619)

(3,983)

(Decrease)/increase in payables


(17,538)

(8,409)

3,487






Cash generated from operations


52,253

25,588

88,307

 

9 Bank loans

Total Group borrowing facilities consist of £220m revolving credit facilities and a £225m high-yield bond. In addition, the Group has a £10m overdraft facility, which is repayable on demand, on which interest is payable at the bank's overdraft rate. At 30 June 2019, the Group had £95.0m of unutilised borrowing facilities (30 December 2018: £86.0m; 1 July 2018: £110.0m) and £10.0m of undrawn overdraft (30 December 2018 and 1 July 2018: £10.0m of undrawn overdraft).

10 Financial instruments and derivatives

The treasury strategy, treasury risk management, capital risk management and financial risk management remain consistent with those explained in the Group's latest annual audited financial statements.

(a) Financial assets

The financial assets of the Group, all of which are classified as loans and receivables at amortised cost, comprise:


At

30 June

2019

At

1 July

2018

At

30 December

2018


(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)


£'000

£'000

£'000

Cash and cash equivalents

31,910

6,575

65,903

Other receivables

20,651

17,257

22,912

Total financial assets

52,561

23,832

88,815

 

Cash and cash equivalents include £0.7m (1 July 2018: £0.5m and 30 December 2018: £0.7m) held on account in respect of deposits paid by tenants under the terms of their rental agreement.

Financial liabilities

The financial liabilities of the Group, all of which are classified as other financial liabilities at amortised cost, comprise:


At

30 June

2019

At

1 July

2018

At

30 December

2018



Restated

(Note 1)



(unaudited)

(unaudited)

(audited)


£'000

£'000

£'000

Trade and other payables

139,136

109,609

166,281

Short-term financial liabilities

139,136

109,609

166,281

Long-term borrowings - at fixed interest rates

225,000

-

225,000

Long-term borrowings - at floating interest rates

125,000

30,000

134,000

Bank fees

(3,889)

(616)

(4,580)

Other payables

2,335

1,266

2,343

Long-term financial liabilities

348,446

30,650

356,763

Total financial liabilities

487,582

140,259

523,044

 

Fair value of financial assets and liabilities

All financial assets and liabilities are accounted for at amortised cost and the Directors consider the carrying value to approximate to their fair values.


11 Share capital

Share capital at 30 June 2019 amounted to £138.2m. The number of shares authorised, used and fully paid remained at 491,496,230 during the period.

12 Related party transactions

There were no related party transactions in the 26 weeks ended 30 June 2019.

 

13 Contingent liabilities

There were no significant changes in the nature and size of contingent liabilities at 30 June 2019 to those reported in the Annual Report for the 52 weeks ended 30 December 2018.

14 Adjustment to fair values on acquisition

During 2018, Brunning and Price Limited acquired 100% of issued shares in Food and Fuel Limited and the Group recognised provisional fair values of the identifiable assets and liabilities acquired. During 2019, the Group undertook an external valuation of the property, plant and equipment which was representative of its fair value at the acquisition date. This has resulted in a £3.7m decrease in acquired property, plant and equipment from £6.4m to £2.7m and a £3.7m increase in goodwill from £10.4m to £14.1m. As permitted under IFRS the fair value of property, plant and equipment and goodwill have been retrospectively adjusted.

15 Events occurring after the reporting period

There are no material events which have arisen since the end of the period which have significantly affected or may significantly affect the operations of the Group, the results of those operations, or the state of affairs of the Group in future financial periods.

The Restaurant Group plc Interim Report 2019

Condensed financial statements

Glossary

 

Trading business

Represents the performance of the business before exceptional items and is considered as the key metrics for shareholders to evaluate and compare the performance of the business from period to period.

Exceptional items

Those items that, by virtue of their unusual nature or size, warrant separate additional disclosure in the financial statements in order to fully understand the performance of the Group.

Like-for-like sales

This measure provides an indicator of the underlying performance of our existing restaurants. There is no accounting standard or consistent definition of 'like-for-like sales' across the industry. Group like-for-like sales are calculated by comparing the performance of all mature sites in the current period versus the comparable period in the prior year. Sites that are closed, disposed or disrupted during a financial year are excluded from the like-for-like sales calculation.

EBITDA

Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, amortisation and impairment.

Outlet EBITDA

EBITDA directly attributable to individual sites and therefore excluding corporate and central costs.

Adjusted EBITDA

Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, amortisation and exceptional items. Calculated by taking the Trading business operating profit and adding back depreciation and amortisation.

Net debt

Net debt is calculated as the long-term borrowings and finance lease obligations less cash and cash equivalents.

Free cash flow

EBITDA less working capital and non-cash movements (excluding exceptional items), tax payments, interest payments and maintenance capital expenditure.

Adjusted operating profit

Earnings before interest, tax and exceptional items.

Adjusted EPS

Calculated by taking the profit after tax of the business pre-exceptional items divided by the weighted average number of shares in issue during the period.

Adjusted diluted EPS

Calculated by taking the profit after tax of the business pre-exceptional items divided by the weighted average number of shares in issue during the period, including the effect of dilutive potential ordinary shares.

Adjusted profit before tax

Calculated by taking the profit before tax of the business pre-exceptional items.

Adjusted tax

Calculated by taking the tax of the business pre-exceptional items.

 

 

Shareholder information












Directors



Registrar


Debbie Hewitt



Equiniti Limited


Non-executive Chairman



Aspect house





Spencer Road


Andy  Hornby (from 1 August 2019)



Lancing


Chief Executive Officer



West Sussex BN99 6DA







Kirk Davis



Auditor


Chief Financial Officer



Ernst & Young LLP





1 More London Place


Allan Leighton



London SE1 2AF


Senior independent non-executive Director







Solicitors


Simon Cloke



Slaughter and May


Non-executive Director



One Bunhill Row





London EC1Y 8YY


Graham Clemett





Independent non- executive Director



Goodman Derrick LLP





10 St Bride Street


Mike Tye



London EC4A 4AD


Independent non-executive Director








Brokers


Company Secretary



JPMorganCazenove


Jean-Paul Rabin



25 Bank Street





London E14 5JP


Head office





(and address for all correspondence)



Numis Securities Limited


5-7 Marshalsea Road



The London Stock Exchange


London SE1 1EP



One Paternoster Square





London EC4M 7LT


Telephone number





020 3117 5001



Interim Dividend





Ex-dividend

12/09/2019

Company number



Record date

13/09/2019

SC030343



Payment date

10/10/2019






Registered office





1 George Square





Glasgow G2 1AL










 


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