This consensus has been compiled by Network International Holdings plc (the Group) as of 21st September 2021, from forecasts provided by registered investment analysts. These forecasts are provided for information purposes only and are not endorsed by the Group, nor does the Group assume any obligation to update or revise the consensus to reflect circumstances after the date specified above.
The forecasts provided below reflect estimates for Network International, including analysts forecasting DPO.
The forecasts represent an average of those published by registered investment analysts, from a sample size specified below.
|Underlying EBITDA margin**||38.6%||41.7%||44.4%|
|Underlying net income||59||92||125|
|Total capital expenditure||-55||-55||-51|
|Specially Disclosed Items***||-15||-6||-6|
|No of estimates contributing||10||10||10|
*Underlying EBITDA: is defined as earnings from continuing operations before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation, write-off of unamortised debt issuance cost, share of depreciation of an associate and specially disclosed items affecting EBITDA.
**Underlying EBITDA margin : is defined as underlying EBITDA excluding TG cash associate contribution, divided by total revenue.
Underlying Net Income: represents the Group’s profit from continuing operations adjusted for write-off of unamortised debt issuance cost and specially disclosed items.
***Specially disclosed items: are items of income or expenses that have been recognised in a given period which management believes, due to their materiality and being one-off / exceptional in nature, should be disclosed separately, to give a more comparable view of the period-to-period underlying financial performance.
Total capital expenditure: estimates include core maintenance capital expenditure, plus capital expenditure for growth accelerator and other strategic projects.
Analysts covering Network International
|Goldman Sachs||Gautam Pillai|
|Exane BNP Paribas||Alexandre Faure|
|JP Morgan||Sandeep Deshpande|
|Morgan Stanley||Adam Wood|
|Credit Suisse||Justin Forsythe|