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Posted at 29/9/2023 10:05 by sarkasm
Euronext Paris 04:59:44 2023-09-29 am EDT


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Posted at 25/9/2023 14:13 by maywillow
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Posted at 23/9/2023 08:44 by the grumpy old men
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Posted at 23/9/2023 08:39 by the grumpy old men
ALD | LeasePlan releases its strategic plan and financial objectives to 2026
September 18, 2023 at 01:07 am EDT

ALD | LeasePlan is releasing today its new “PowerUP 2026” strategic plan.

At this occasion, Tim Albertsen, Chief Executive Officer, and the management team will be presenting a detailed overview of ALD | LeasePlan’s ambitions and main strategic operational and financial objectives on 21 September 2023 in Paris.

“PowerUP 2026” strategic plan

The “PowerUP 2026” strategic plan follows the recent closing of the LeasePlan acquisition on 22 May 2023, which established ALD | LeasePlan’s leadership position in the mobility sector, well ahead of the ambitions stated in the previous strategic plan, “Move 2025”.

ALD | LeasePlan now ranks #1 global multi-brand and multi-channel car leasing player and #1 in 29 countries. Offering the most valuable and innovative products to all client segments, it operated a total fleet of 3.4 million1 fleet as at 30 June 2023, twice the size of its nearest competitor. ALD | LeasePlan owns the largest multi-brand Electric Vehicles (EVs) fleet in the world, at 428,000 vehicles, which reflects its leading role in the transition to sustainable mobility.

The mobility sector benefits from strong and structural growth, driven by long-term megatrends:

Structural transition from ownership to usership is expected to accelerate, lifting the European usership market from 4.9 million vehicles in 2021 to 9.5 million vehicles in 2030, i.e. +7.7% CAGR compared to 2021. All client segments are expected to grow, in particular the consumer market2;
Demand for electrification is also set to accelerate, with c. 70% of new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles expected to be electric in Europe by 20303;
Increasing digitalization, emerging ecosystems and evolving competition are creating further growth opportunities.

Against this backdrop, the combination of its undisputed leadership, powerful global operating platform and strong financial profile, provides a unique position to ALD | LeasePlan to create value in the mobility industry.

With “PowerUP 2026”, ALD | LeasePlan will leverage on the power of leadership to shape the future of mobility and achieve excellence, by executing a strategic plan articulated around 4 priorities: clients, operational efficiency, responsibility and profitability.


ALD | LeasePlan plans to launch a new brand by the end of the year, to create a powerful new identity from two highly reputed industry players.

A one-stop shop with the broadest client reach, geographical coverage and the largest distribution capabilities through more than 430 partnerships, ALD | LeasePlan is best placed to answer customers’ changing needs.

ALD | LeasePlan expects that its earning assets4 will grow strongly by +6%5 CAGR between 2023 and 2026, driven by higher-value vehicles (underpinned by the rising share of EVs6 in the funded fleet) and selective growth strategy to meet the Group’s profitability targets. Furthermore, the objective of reaching 200,000 active users of its MaaS7 platform, launched in 2022, by 2026, reflects its strong ambition to lead the transition to sustainable mobility and go beyond electrification, into MaaS.

Operational efficiency

The efficient integration of LeasePlan is key in the success of ALD | LeasePlan’s strategy. Conducted by the industry’s best leadership team and people who share the same international culture and performance mindset, the integration of LeasePlan is fully on track.

The Group’s first objectives were reached according to plan, allowing to confirm EUR 440 million annual run-rate synergies by 2026, evenly split between margin and procurement synergies on the one hand and cost synergies on the other hand.

ALD | LeasePlan expects that a substantial share of procurement synergies will stem from price and bonus improvement (c. 25% of total procurement synergies from price and bonus improvement on vehicles), while steering and cost control would also be strong sources of procurement synergies.

With “PowerUP 2026”, ALD | LeasePlan will build the most efficient scalable global operating platform and derive cost synergies from efficiency improvements in the operating processes, IT cost savings as well as direct spend savings, including on real estate. As an illustration, IT cost per vehicle would be reduced by c. 20%, while fleet / FTE8 ratio would improve by 15% in 2026 compared to 2022.

By 2026, ALD | LeasePlan will improve its Cost / Income ratio (excluding Used Car Sales results) to best-in-class level of c. 52%, from 56%9 in 2022.


ESG and risk management are at the core of ALD | LeasePlan’s strategy and drive every one of the Group’s actions.

ALD | LeasePlan will continue leading the way to sustainable mobility by always advising its clients about the greenest way. As a result, it targets EVs to attain 50% of new car registrations by 2026, a strong increase from 28% in 2022. By providing end-to-end solutions, the Group makes it simple for clients to choose electric and targets that 400,000 drivers will connect to its eMSP10 joint venture with ChargePoint, to be launched by the end of 2023.

“PowerUP 2026” contains ambitious decarbonization objectives. ALD | LeasePlan plans to sharply decrease the CO2 emissions of its running fleet to less than 90g/km11 on average by 2026 vs. 112g in 2022 and to decrease its internal CO2 emissions12 by -35% in 2026 vs. 2019. ALD | LeasePlan’s people make the difference and therefore the company targets to maintain a high employee engagement rate of 75% in 2026.

Meanwhile, the Group will continue managing its risks responsibly, to ensure a strong and resilient performance over the long term. Its risk management lays on solid foundations, with a robust governance framework, the leverage of its parent Societe Generale’s best-in-class policies and resources, as well as stronger risk management practices aligned with the Financial Holding Company regulated status and supervision by the European Central Bank.

ALD | LeasePlan has a strong framework in place to manage residual value risk, its largest risk, throughout the asset’s life cycle. Additionally, its global multi-channel remarketing platform (600,000 vehicles sold p.a., access to a large range of buyers in 36 countries, of which 24,000 active traders) together with growing multi-cycle lease capabilities are efficient operational risk mitigants.


The combination of ALD and LeasePlan is highly synergetic. With “PowerUP 2026”, ALD | LeasePlan targets to achieve 13% to 15% Return on Tangible Equity13 (ROTE) by 2026, a level at the high end of the financial sector. High capital generation will contribute to a robust capital position, with target Core Equity Tier 1 (CET 1) ratio at c. 12%. Furthermore, ALD | LeasePlan targets a dividend payout ratio of 50%14 throughout the 2023-2026 period, thus providing attractive returns to shareholders.

Financial targets to 2026

ALD | LeasePlan’s operating environment changed abruptly over the recent years. The Group anticipates that inflation will remain high in 2023 before it gradually normalizes in 2024. Interest rates are expected to peak in 2023 and remain at a high level, leading to modest GDP growth in Western Europe. After a couple of years of disruptions in supply and logistic chains, new car production in Europe would normalize starting 2024 towards 2026. The shift to higher-value Electric Vehicles is expected to accelerate.

The Group applies the IFRS 3 “Business combinations” standard, whereby a Purchase Price Allocation (PPA) exercise is conducted. This exercise is currently ongoing. ALD | LeasePlan expects that the identification and recognition at fair value of acquired assets and liabilities will be completed by end 2023. Main items covered comprise the valuation of:

LeasePlan vehicles’ cash flows;
Intangible assets relating to customer relationships.

Limited impacts are expected from this PPA exercise on the opening balance sheet:

Balance sheet: limited impact given the similarities between ALD and LeasePlan’s approaches to vehicles valuation;
CET 1 capital: limited impact from upfront gain related to UCS depreciation curve alignment and intangible assets recognition;
Income statement: prudent UCS profit assumed for the purpose of the PPA. For ALD in 2026, assumptions are at c. 20% of the 2023 anticipated level (before the impact of reduction in depreciation costs).

ALD | LeasePlan’s financial objectives to 2026 reflect the company’s ambition to grow its activity strongly throughout the period, while substantially improving its operating efficiency to best-in-class levels and maintaining robust solvency levels.

Earning Assets CAGR of 6% between 2023 and 2026;
Total annual pre-tax synergies confirmed at EUR 440 million by 2026, with progressive ramp-up: EUR 120 million by 2024, EUR 350 million by 2025, and the full amount of EUR 440 million by 2026;
Total cumulated costs to achieve of EUR 525 million over 2022-2025. After EUR 128 million accounted for in 2022, ALD | LeasePlan expects these costs to reach a peak in 2023 and 2024 (EUR 170 million and EUR 190 million respectively), before they go down to EUR 37 million in 2025;
Cost / income ratio (excluding Used Car Sales results) of c. 52% in 2026, from 56%15 in 2022. The improvement is explained by:
Margin increase (inflation on car prices and fleet growth): -9 percentage points;
Synergies: -10 percentage points, only partially balanced by
Costs related to capital and liquidity optimization, regulatory and funding: +5 percentage points;
Inflation on overheads and cost of regulation: +10 percentage points.

At c. 52% in 2026, ALD | LeasePlan’s Cost / Income positions as best-in-class, allowing ALD | LeasePlan to decisively widen the gap with competitors and reinforce its financial profile.

The deviation from the previous guidance of 47%, issued on 29 November 2022, is explained by higher inflation and LeasePlan IT costs that are currently being reviewed as part of ALD | LeasePlan’s global digital architecture definition;

Return on Tangible Equity in the range of 13%-15% in 2026, at the high end of the financial sector;
Target CET1 ratio at 12% and Total Capital ratio at 16%;
Dividend payout ratio at 50%.

Thanks to LeasePlan, the Group has access to a significant base of deposits, amounting to EUR 11 billion as at 30 June 2023, thereby strongly increasing the diversification of its funding sources. Funding from parent Societe Generale, bonds and retail deposits would each account for between 25% and 30% of total funding, while securitization and commercial loans would represent c. 10% each.

An established issuer on the market, ALD | LeasePlan has the best credit ratings among multi-brand car leasing player: Moody’s A1, Standard & Poor’s A- and Fitch A-. The Group expects to issue annually EUR 4-5 billion bonds through ALD S.A., EUR 1-1.5 billion securitization while increasing its retail deposits base by c. EUR 1 billion p.a.

On successful completion of “PowerUP 2026”, ALD | LeasePlan will shape the future of mobility and address fast-growing markets from a clear leadership position, combining undisputed industry leadership, best position to capture growth and lead the transition to sustainable mobility, best-in-class operating efficiency, robust financial profile and strong track record of high profitability through the cycle.

Further details around ALD | LeasePlan’s strategic targets will be presented on 21 September 2023, when ALD | LeasePlan holds its Capital Markets Day.

About ALD | LeasePlan’s Capital Markets Day

Date: 21 September 2023, at 14.00 Paris time (13.00 London time)


Tim Albertsen, CEO
John Saffrett, Deputy CEO
Berno Kleinherenbrink, Deputy CEO
Patrick Sommelet, Deputy CEO and CFO

Webcast: hxxps://edge.media-server.com/mmc/p/cx7n2y8w


21 September 2023: Capital Markets Day presentation
3 November 2023: Trading update and Q3 results
8 February 2024: Q4 and FY 2023 results

Press contact

ALD Automotive | LeasePlan
Stephanie Jonville
ALD Communication Department
Tel.: +33 (0)6 46 14 81 90


ALD | LeasePlan

ALD | LeasePlan is a leading global sustainable mobility player providing full-service leasing, flexible subscription services, fleet management services and multi-mobility solutions to a client base of large corporates, SMEs, professionals and private individuals. With the broadest coverage in 44 countries through direct presence, ALD | LeasePlan is leveraging its unique position to lead the way to net zero and further shape the digital transformation of the industry through innovation and technology-enabled services to enable the transformation towards large scale adoption of sustainable mobility.

With 15,700 employees worldwide, ALD | LeasePlan manages 3.4 million vehicles (at end June 2023). ALD, whose majority shareholder is Societe Generale, is the listed company on Compartment A of Euronext Paris (ISIN: FR0013258662; Ticker: ALD).
Posted at 20/9/2023 09:00 by ariane
Stifel Keeps ALD Automotive at Buy, Lowers PT
September 19, 2023 at 07:56 am EDT

(MT Newswires) -- Stifel on Tuesday retained the buy rating of ALD Automotive (ALD.PA) and trimmed the price target to 19.00 euros from 20.00 euros.

Shares of the French car leasing company lost 5% in afternoon trading.

(MT Newswires covers equity, commodity and economic research from major banks and research firms in North America, Asia and Europe. Research providers may contact us here: hxxps://www.mtnewswires.com/contact-us)
Posted at 27/8/2023 11:42 by la forge
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Posted at 05/8/2023 08:47 by adrian j boris
ALD S.A. Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2023

August 03, 2023 at 12:12 am

ALD S.A. reported earnings results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2023. For the second quarter, the company reported sales was EUR 1,758.7 million compared to EUR 1,205.8 million a year ago.

Net income was EUR 249.1 million compared to EUR 355.1 million a year ago.

For the six months, sales was EUR 3,015.1 million compared to EUR 2,365.6 million a year ago. Net income was EUR 564.5 million compared to EUR 612.8 million a year ago.
Posted at 05/8/2023 08:43 by adrian j boris
ALD Automotive / Leaseplan Announces Chief Financial Officer Changes
August 03, 2023 at 03:59 pm

Patrick Sommelet has been appointed Group Chief Financial Officer of ALD Automotive /LeasePlan, reporting to Tim Albertsen, CEO. His appointment is effective as of 1 September 2023. Sommelet was previously Deputy CFO of Societe Generale and he replaces Gilles Momper, who will continue his career outside the Group.

Patrick Sommelet began his career in 1993 at Credit Commercial de France where he was a trader on the bond and money markets. In 1998, he joined the Financial Institutions Advisory team at Merrill Lynch in London before transferring to the Paris office. Two years later, he joined the Strategy Department at Societe Generale and went on to become Head of Investor Relations and Financial Communication for the Group in 2006.

In 2010, he was appointed CFO and Head of Support Functions of Boursorama before going on to become Deputy CEO. In 2016, he became Head of Strategic Financial Planning for Societe Generale and was appointed Deputy CFO of Societe Generale one year later.
Posted at 03/8/2023 09:14 by maywillow
Credit Agricole, Stellantis Reach Final Deal to Buy ALD, LeasePlan's European Operations
Today at 02:16 am

(MT Newswires) -- French lender Credit Agricole (ACA.PA) unit Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance and carmaker Stellantis (STLAM.MI, STLAP.PA) finalized their acquisition of six subsidiaries of ALD and LeasePlan, according to a Thursday release.

Credit Agricole Auto Bank's rental and mobility company Drivalia and the two companies' joint venture Leasys will buy ALD's operations in Ireland, Norway, and Portugal, as well as LeasePlan's activities in the Czech Republic, Finland, and Luxembourg.

The transaction, which represents a total fleet of over 100,000 vehicles and total leasing assets of about 1.7 billion euros, forms part of ALD's commitments to the European Commission for its proposed purchase of LeasePlan.

Shares in Credit Agricole and Stellantis were down more than 1% in Paris and Milan, respectively, on Wednesday's close.
Posted at 12/5/2023 08:01 by grupo
Outlook for 2023

In an economic environment marked by the continued rise in interest rates to combat inflation, the reopening of China and concerns over a few banking institutions mainly in the US, deliveries of new cars in Europe picked up in Q1 2023. ALD still expects that the new car market will normalize gradually and that the favourable supply/demand situation in the used car market will remain in place in 2023.

Subject to receipt of the remaining regulatory approvals and the satisfaction of standard conditions precedents, ALD plans to complete the acquisition of LeasePlan on 22 May 2023. At closing, ALD will become a regulated entity with the status of Financial Holding Company, subject to new regulatory requirements. ALD will issue EUR 750 million Additional Tier 1 and EUR 1,500 million Tier 2 capital in order to reinforce its capital structure in an optimal manner.

Immediately after closing, ALD will launch the execution of its integration plan. Costs to achieve are expected to be in the range of EUR 150 million to EUR 180 million in 2023.

ALD plans to provide operational guidance for the combined entity for 2023 after the closing of the acquisition.
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