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Amedeo Air Four Plus Daily Update: Amedeo Air Four Plus Limited is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AA4. The last closing price for Amedeo Air Four Plus was 23.50p.
Amedeo Air Four Plus Limited has a 4 week average price of 23.40p and a 12 week average price of 23.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.40p.
There are currently 642,250,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 47,030 shares. The market capitalisation of Amedeo Air Four Plus Limited is £150,928,750.
gary1966: Good news is that 3 months after the last divi they are going to pay an increased divi of 1.5p. With regards the divi this is what was said in the factsheet: As was announced yesterday, your Board has declared a dividend of 1.5 pence per share to be paid later this month. Whether this can become a routine quarterly event has yet to be determined but your Board is hopeful that it might and a further announcement in this regard will be made once the future for our lessee Thai Airways becomes more certain. The above sounds slightly more hopeful than the wording in the RNS. Surprised that these aren't attracting more speculative interest at this level.
erstwhile2: AA4 has long had a KID. But because of the return of capital the remaining shares got a new ISIN. The supplier of KID verification to HL have not yet matched the new ISIN to the old KID. You will need to call HL to have them chase to update
fram7: well. These days an investment returning money can only be a good news and definitely is. But they are paying each share 46p which although much higher than todays price is way lower than pre covid prices around 75p. lets' hope they will manage to keep paying good dividends. I am delighted with 1.15p (12% a year!) and I am sure eventually the share price will go back to normal levels.
davebowler: Liberum; Portfolio update highlights complexity of lessee situation Mkt Cap £206m | Prem/(disc) -70.5% | Div yield n/a Event Amedeo Air Four Plus has released a portfolio update for the period to 1 June 2020. Much of the detail has been published previously, although there is a number of key updates: Distributions were suspended in March following a request for support from Thai Airways (AA4 leases 4 A350s to Thai). In May AA4 reached an agreement in principal with Thai Airways for a partial deferral of lease payments for six months, with the deferred amounts due to be paid over the following three years. Thai Airways subsequently submitted to the Central Bankruptcy Court of Thailand its petition to file for rehabilitation citing a total debt amount of c.£9 billion. The court has accepted the petition and the first hearing will take place on 17 August 2020. This has resulted in an automatic stay coming into effect which restricts Thai Airways' right to pay and incur debts. Thai has not paid any lease payments to AA4 since 22 May 2020. The manager is in discussions with Thai Airways and the secured lenders of the four aircraft. It is likely the situation with regards to the payments will not not become clear until closer to the August hearing. During April, Emirates also requested financial accommodation from the company (AA4 lease 6 A380s and 2 B777s to Emirates). Discussions with Emirates and the different lender groups are ongoing. Importantly, Emirates remains up to date with its lease payments and intends to do so until an agreement has been reached. The situation with the lenders is complex as some are participating in providing direct liquidity facilities to Emirates and would not contemplate additional assistance in structured transactions. Dubai's government has promised an injection of equity into the airline considering its strategic importance to the region. The board will seek to re-assess whether distributions can be resumed (including the sale proceeds from the two Etihad aircraft) once it has greater clarity on its prospective financial position. The board is seeking to reduce costs and has sought a proposal from Nimrod Capital for a substantial reduction in the fixed fees and aligning these to the market cap. The board states that the proposal from Nimrod Capital did not meet this objective and contained conditions that would restrict the board's ability to manager the company effectively. Liberum view The situation with both lessees is unlikely to be resolved soon and distributions remain some way off. The company holds a significant amount of cash on the balance sheet. At 30 September 2019, Amedeo Air Four Plus had £110.8m of cash on the balance sheet, reducing to £49.3m after stripping out security deposits and maintenance reserves. The continuation of the Emirates lease payments and the suspension of dividends should also have ensured that the cash position has not materially weakened since September. Since then the company has received net proceeds of £130m from the sale of two A380s to Etihad. The free cash of £179m is equivalent to 29p per share
fram7: Air France is retiring "only" 9 A380 and they were due to retire in 2 years anyway so no big news. what is a surprise to me is that they declare a book value of only 55 mill per plane. What is going on in the aviation industry is incredible. None of the planes have any value right now! it's like being paid to purchase oil! Lets keep it real! They told us coronavirus was just a the 70s they told oil prices will never go down and humanity will face a shortage of oil. The top consulting firms and aviation experts told us the future of aviation was the A380..... Eventually flying will become normal again and while many airlines will decide not to use the A380 (something that has been decided before the coronavirus crisis) some might since the A380 is still a young and modern plane with an excellent safety record. We have to remember that the A380 is still the most profitable plane on the market ...if fully loaded... This discussion is about AMEDEO but clearly this investment is linked to the value of the A380. Amedeo has a portfolio of six A380, two B777-300ER and four A350-900 aircraft. Although aircrafts valuation will be down massively the current Amedeo price at 26 is a panic price. If nothing improves Amedeo will default but they have plenty of cash to survive for many month. Let's hope air travelling will normalise and Amedeo share price will go up. The asset manager behind Amedeo will do anything to keep this business afloat. I know they have very good contacts in the industry so they might even get some good deals out of this crisis. At least lets hope so. Nice to read: hxxps://
davebowler: Liberum; Board considering options from recent disposal Mkt Cap £421m | Prem/(disc) -58.0% (FX-adjusted) Div yield 12.6% Event The board is still considering the best course of action regarding the net proceeds from the sale of the two A380 aircraft to Etihad. As a reminder, the company announced on 19 February that it had agreed the sale of the two aircraft, with £130m of proceeds due to be returned after all debt repayment and associated costs. The board is also in active discussions with the asset manager regarding COVID-19 and the impact on the company's assets and leases. Further updates will be provided in due course. Liberum view In our view, the only viable option is to return the capital to shareholders given the market backdrop and the presence of a large seller on the register (Invesco is still a 9.3% shareholder). The shares have fallen by 18% since the market peak in mid-February (vs. 28% for the All Share). The sale of the aircraft was an excellent result for the company as it recouped the equity invested three years ago but it has been completely overshadowed by concerns over the extent of the impact of COVID-19 on the aviation sector. £130m would represent a distribution of 20.2p per share (31% of the current share price). Assuming the capital is returned to shareholders and a c.20% reduction in income due to the loss of the lease payments from the sold aircraft, we estimate the current share price is covered 1.16x by the capital return and dividend payments over the remainder of the leases. This excludes any value for the aircraft at lease maturity and also does not include any capital from return condition payments or maintenance reserves. The remaining 12 aircraft are leased to Emirates (6 A380s & 2 B777s) and Thai Airways (4 A350s).
davebowler: Liberum; Aircraft Leasing Funds Potential opportunity from share price weakness Event Share price weakness for the London-listed aircraft leasing funds has continued with the funds down an average of 3.8% yesterday (Doric Nimrod Air Two fell by 11.2%). The sector has experienced a difficult year and has fallen by an average of 28% since Airbus' announcement to end production of the A380 aircraft following the decision by Emirates to cut its orders for the aircraft from 162 to 123. Boeing's announcement regarding the halting of production of the 737 Max appears to have driven yesterday's decline. The issues with the 737 Max have caused operational problems for many aircraft lessors although the London-listed funds have no exposure to the narrow body aircraft. The A380 is the dominant aircraft in the fleets of the listed funds. Summary overview of London-listed aircraft leasing funds Doric Nimrod Air One Doric Nimrod Air Two Doric Nimrod Air Three Amedeo Air Four Plus DP Aircraft I Ticker DNA DNA2 DNA3 AA4 DPA Date of Launch Dec-10 Jul-11 Jul-13 May-15 Oct-13 Market Cap (£m) 34 269 173 501 124 Prem / (Disc) to last published NAV -33.5% -25.3% 3.8% -31.3% -24.2% Prem / (Disc) to live NAV (FX-adjusted) -49.7% -51.9% -39.9% -48.4% -24.2% Target Yield (issue price) 9.00% 9.00% 8.25% 8.25% 9.00% Dividend Yield (current price) 11.5% 13.0% 11.0% 10.6% 11.5% Fleet 1 Airbus A380s 7 Airbus A380s 4 Airbus A380s 8 Airbus A380s, 2 Boeing 777s, 4 Airbus A350s 4 Boeing 787s Lessee Emirates Emirates Emirates Emirates, Etihad, Thai Airways Norwegian, Thai Airways Year of lease expiry 2022 2023-2024 2025 2026-2030 2025-2026 Return condition Full-life Full-life Full-life Varies Full-life LTV at acquisition 67.8% 63.1% 64.3% 73.0% 61.2% Amortisation Full Full Full Partial Full FX Risk Yes - residual value Yes - residual value Yes - residual value Yes - residual value Yes - USD listing Source: Liberum, Company data Our base case IRR estimates are shown below on the basis of of the current price, expected dividend payments over the remaining terms of the lease and the latest appraised values as disclosed by each of the funds. Our stressed case assumes a 50% reduction in residual values from the latest published estimates. In our worst case scenario, the income returns are unchanged and reduce the residual values of the A380s to the sum of 10% of acquisition cost and the return condition payments under the respective leases. For example, the return condition payment for Doric Nimrod Air Two is $12m per aircraft if it is returned in half-life condition. In our view, the best relative value opportunities are Doric Nimrod Air Two (due to share price weakness) and Amedeo Air Four Plus (exposure to other aircraft and longer income profile).
davebowler: AA4 has released its Annual Financial Report for 2019 following its Q2 fact sheet last week.  AA4's shares went ex-dividend today with monies payable by the end of July.  The Company continues to deliver upon its investment objectives and, at a current share of roughly 90p*, offers sterling running yield of over 9% via quarterly dividends from owning and leasing widebody aircraft to flag carrier airlines (Emirates, Etihad and Thai).  Subsequent to the share price movements following the announcement from Airbus of the cessation of the A380 programme the company's share price is implying a significant discount to the latest average appraisal values (totalling some 154.2p per share as a potential future return of capital based on the Company Q2 fact sheet – see table and its related footnotes below) with outstanding targeted dividends remaining of roughly 9 years, on average, for AA4 totalling 73.6p.  See below tables for current running yield, performance, and implied future total returns based on the average appraisal values.*18-Jul-19The Chairman's statement highlights that the key development during the period was the announcement on 14 February 2019 that Airbus will close production of the A380 in 2021. But notes: "The announcement by Airbus has no direct impact on the Company's leases nor its ability to pay targeted distributions. The Company's first lease expiry does not fall due until 2026. While the A380 forms approximately two-thirds of the Group's portfolio by appraised value, the portfolio is complemented and diversified by two additional aircraft models, namely the B777-300ER and A350-900."The Asset Managers Report contained in the Q2 2019 AA4 fact sheet published on 5 July (and outlined in our last communication on 8 July) provides commentary and updated appraisal valuation information for each of the aircraft models owned by the Company.Further, the Boards of the subsidiaries of AA4 have seen fit to re-designate their functional currency to US Dollars from 1 April 2018 and the subsequent accounting for the year ended 31 March 2019.   In the view of the Boards this is reflective of the most recent economic environment of these subsidiaries, as much of their rental income and sources of financing are primarily US Dollar based. This is the first year that the Thai planes which pay all their income in US dollars are all included.As ever, if you have any further questions or would like to request an update meeting or to schedule a meeting with the Chairman/Directors please contact Chris Holland at Nimrod Capital.Company Returns (GBP):      Fund Launch Date 13-May-15         AA4+       Dividends 35.06%  Capital Gain -10.00%  Total Return1 25.86%  Annualised Total Return1 5.65%       FTSE All-Share Annualised Total Return1 5.99%      Source: Bloomberg, 18-Jul-19 1Since inception, dividends reinvested       Current Metrics & Implied Future Total Returns (based on latest Mar-19 appraisals):        AA4+       Market Cap £578m  Yield 9.2%  Share Price 90p       Targeted Distributions 73.6p  Return of Capital* 154.2p  Total Return 227.8p      Source: Bloomberg, 18-Jul-19 & Company Q2 '19 fact sheet, adjusted for XD amount of 2.0625p on 18-Jul-19 *Please review the associated disclaimers and assumptions contained within the respective DNA/AA4 fact sheets when considering this information.      The Annual Report has been released on RNS and will also shortly be available at:http://www.aa4plus.comNimrod Capital LLP ('Nimrod') is not a broker, it does not trade with any counterparties, it does not produce investment research nor does it have any paid for research agreements with any counterparties.  This communication does not constitute "research" as defined by the Financial Conduct Authority Handbook and may be assessed as a minor non-monetary benefit.Kind RegardsMarc GordonPartnerDDI: + 44 207 382 4560 |Mob: + 44 7785 297620 |Tel: + 44 207 382 4565 |Fax: +44 207 628 7548Nimrod Capital LLP, 3 St Helen's Place, London EC3A 6ABwww.nimrodcapital.com_________________________________________________________________________________________________________Nimrod Capital LLP – a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales.  Registration number – OC335533.  Registered office address – 69/85 Tabernacle Street, 2ndFloor, London EC2A 4RR.  This e-mail is sent in confidence.  The contents are not to be disclosed to anyone other than the addressee.  E-mail communications are not secure and therefore Nimrod Capital LLP does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message.  Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of Nimrod Capital LLP unless otherwise specifically stated.  This e-mail and any attachment are confidential and contain proprietary information, some of which may be legally privileged.  It is intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed.  If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the author immediately by telephone or by replying to this e-mail, and then delete all copies of the e-mail on your system.  If you are not the intended recipient, you must not use, disclose, distribute, copy, print or rely on this e-mail.Whilst we have taken reasonable precautions to ensure that this e-mail and any attachment has been checked for viruses, we cannot guarantee that they are virus free and we cannot accept liability for any damage sustained as a result of software viruses.  We would advise that you carry out your own virus checks, especially before opening an attachment.Nimrod Capital LLP is a data controller with respect to your personal data for the purpose of the General Data Protection Regulation.  By proceeding to use our service you consent that we may process the personal data (including sensitive personal data) that we collect from you in accordance with our Privacy Policy  This includes the recording of telephone calls made to telephone numbers registered to the Company.We hold your contact details because we have previously provided you with products or services and we believe you may wish to hear from us about similar products or services.  If you do not want to receive any further communications from us, please unsubscribe by contacting the following email Capital LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 
davebowler: Nimrod Capital; Below we reproduce the most recent email which was sent to investors ahead of the shortened week before Easter. The only updates are the current metrics and fund return tables and investors should note that the respective companies went ex-dividend as planned. As ever, if you have any further comments or questions please do get in touch to arrange a meeting. The DNA/AA4 investment companies have released their fact sheets for Q1 2019 and also declared their latest quarterly dividend distributions for April. The shares will go ex their respective dividend amounts on Thursday 18th April with payments made by the end of the month. The latest fact sheets highlight news and developments not only on the A380 but also the various airlines and the global aviation market. In this email we highlight through a Q&A, which we hope investors will find useful, a re-cap of some of the most common and relevant questions investors have been asking following the announcement that Airbus will close production of the A380 in 2021 (investors might also wish to look at Emirates’ consequent statement - hxxps:// Clearly this development has impacted the DNA/AA4 company ratings with the shares marked-down pretty much universally upon the announcement, apparently with little differentiation to reflect their varying size, diversity, outstanding dividends or potential for capital outcome. Regardless, both existing and prospective shareholders should note few other investments have the transparency and granularity of the financial structure that can enable analysts and portfolio managers to model the outstanding targeted dividends and their own assumptions regarding aircraft valuations in order to assess the sensitivity of prospective returns and IRRs. Finally, we note that during the last week of March AA4 Director, David Gelber, purchased 16,000 shares in AA4, bringing his holding to 322,518 shares in the company. Q&A Is it bad news that Airbus is closing production of the A380? The announcement removes the uncertainty which has hung over the programme for more than two years now and brings clarity to investors, airlines and lessors over how many A380s will be produced. The scale of the reduction in Emirates A380 order was notable, having previously had 178 aircraft on either order/option, and was likely, in part, driven by Rolls Royce’ reluctance to deliver further Trent 900 engines. This follows engine durability problems with high-pressure compressor blades and performance issues in the hot and sandy Dubai climate leading to Rolls Royce incurring significant financial cost through compensation clauses. Our partners Doric and Amedeo both believe that the shutdown of the A380 program should, on balance, be perceived as positive for the utilisation and potential future value of the aircraft on lease to the Emirates. At the time of the announcement Amedeo commented: "Amedeo considers today's Airbus announcement to have positive implications for the future values of the installed A380 fleet, particularly those aircraft operated by Emirates. We estimate that the long-term core Emirates A380 fleet will comprise in excess of 100 A380 units, which we expect will continue to be operated by Emirates for the entirety of their useful economic lives.” Prior to the announcement Doric commented: The A380 has been and remains to be a niche aircraft, which constitutes a very valuable asset under the right circumstances. … A timely termination of the program would leave Emirates without access to new A380s for replacement and to keep up with its growth plans. From an aircraft owner’s point of view, a production stop can be seen as a value enhancement to existing A380s. It will limit the supply of A380s - and hence the number of competing aircraft, when it comes to a release or sale. As the number of used A380s available is very limited and the overall A380 fleet would not grow further, due to a looming production stop, Emirates should be incentivized to keep their existing A380s longer than originally planned Emirates first 90 A380s delivered are all equipped with Engine Alliance engines (a joint-venture between GE and Pratt and Whitney) and indeed are the engine type fitted to all of the A380s owned across the DNA/AA4 investment companies (including those with Etihad). It appears Emirates A380 fleet will now only ever consist of a maximum of 123 aircraft, of which 60 are currently on operating lease with the outstanding deliveries expected to be financed either on balance sheet or via other finance structures. Rolls-Royce are reluctant to produce the improvements in the engine performance that Emirates demanded as they continue to service a back-log of grounded aircraft (Boeing 787 Dreamliners), combined with senior management changes at Airbus (incoming new CEO, CFO and COO) and, ultimately, Emirates frustration with the Trent program, seemingly pressed Emirates into a reduction of their A380 order. However, both Rolls-Royce and Airbus have still secured alternative equipment deliveries, and their on-going relationships with the Emirates, through the aforementioned A330neo and A350 deliveries (the latter not due to start until 2024) – where Rolls-Royce also happen to be the sole engine provider. Are Emirates changing their fleet strategy? Why did they order some A330neo’s and A350s? Neither the A330neo, nor the A350 are direct competitors to the A380 in terms of passenger capacity (seating roughly 260-330 passengers respectively, depending on layouts, versus from 489 to 615 for Emirates’ A380s in 3-class or 2-class configurations). Emirates, alongside the announcement by Airbus, were highly complementary about the A380 in their press release. His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group stated, “For us, the A380 is a wonderful aircraft loved by our customers and our crew. It is a differentiator for Emirates. ..... The A380 will remain a pillar of our fleet well into the 2030s.” Further, an Emirates spokesperson commented: “Bear in mind the A380s we receive in 2021 will be flying for another 15-20 years… We have some units on our books, some on lease or other structures, so retirement age will vary, but we intend to keep flying our A380s for as long as we can.” Even Emirates 777X deliveries which are due to start in 2020 are, most likely, destined to refresh the early 777-300ER deliveries while the A330neo referenced above will be utilised on shorter-haul routes with less traffic. The A350 deliveries are not scheduled to start until 2024. Will Airbus and suppliers continue to support service and maintenance of the aircraft going forward? In short, yes. At the recent ceremony for the first A380 delivery to All Nippon Airways (ANA), CEO Shinya Katanozaka stressed that he has “no concern” over the closing of the A380 production line, pointing out that the carrier has been promised “strong support for maintenance and parts supply”. Parts suppliers to the programme, such as GKN have also made public comments about the provision of parts and Airbus themselves recently notified operators that full support will remain in place until less than five units remain in the air. hxxps:// How many A380s will there be and who will be operating them? The total production run for the aircraft will be around 250 units. There were 17 further deliveries outlined in the announcement by Airbus (14th February 2019). 14 of these deliveries will go the Emirates, taking their total number of A380 deliveries to 123 by 2021 while three A380s will be operated by All Nippon Airways (ANA) of Japan – the first of which was delivered on 20th March 2019. Current operator list and outstanding orders: Operator Total in Service Total on Order Emirates Airline 109 14 Singapore Airlines 19 0 Lufthansa 14 0 British Airways 12 0 Qantas 12 0 Air France 10 0 Etihad Airways 10 0 Korean Air 10 0 Qatar Airways 10 0 Asiana Airlines 6 0 Malaysia Airlines 6 0 Thai Airways International 6 0 China Southern Airlines 5 0 Hi Fly Malta 1 0 ANA - All Nippon Airways 0 3 231 17 How many potential A380 lease expiries are there over the coming years? According to data from Ascend, which is regularly updated for new information, the current outlook for A380 lease expiries over the next four years is: 2019: None 2020: 5, none of which are Emirates 2021: 7, 2 of which are Emirates 2022: 9, 4 of which are Emirates (including DNA1 in Dec-22) When are the next independent appraisals out? Appraisals are undertaken annually based on 31st March valuation date (the date of each company’s financial year-end). The appraisal values will be published on the quarterly fact sheets for Q2 which are due to be released in July and are a simple average of the three independent expert appraisers which incorporate future inflation expectations from each respective appraiser. The aircraft values reported under IFRS, published in the respective audited accounts of each company, are reported without inflation (but the same in all other respects). Current Metrics: DNA DNA 2 DNA 3 AA4+ Market Cap £40m £326m £197m £652m Yield 9.6% 9.6% 9.2% 8.1% Share Price 97p 188.5p 89.5p 101.5p Source: Bloomberg, 29-Apr-19 Fund Returns (GBP): Fund Launch Date 13-Dec-10 14-Jul-11 02-Jul-13 13-May-15 DNA DNA 2 DNA 3 AA4+ Dividends 74.25% 64.75% 45.20% 33.00% Capital Gain -6.00% -5.75% -10.50% 1.50% Total Return1 81.08% 68.11% 38.61% 39.14% Annualised Total Return1 7.33% 6.89% 5.76% 8.68% FTSE All-Share Annualised Total Return1 7.49% 7.53% 7.31% 6.03% Source: Bloomberg, 29-Apr-19 1Since respective Company inception, dividends reinvested Conclusion: Over the last eight years the aircraft investment companies have consistently paid their dividends and have provided high-income to investors with little correlation to other asset classes. Following the recent share price movements all of the vehicles are offering current cash yields of between 8.8-9.5% backed by internationally recognised flag carriers, and they own an asset around which there are still many competing views but of which there will only ever be a finite supply and particularly that has no direct competitor in terms of capacity. The fund factsheets are available at: hxxp:// hxxp:// hxxp:// hxxp:// As ever, if you have any further questions or would like to request an update meeting please contact Chris Holland at Nimrod Capital. Nimrod Capital LLP (‘Nimrod’;) is not a broker, it does not trade with any counterparties, it does not produce investment research nor does it have any paid for research agreements with any counterparties. This communication does not constitute “research̶1; as defined by the Financial Conduct Authority Handbook and may be assessed as a minor non-monetary benefit. Kind Regards Marc Gordon
joan of arc: Why would Amedeo still have an outstanding order for 20 A380s when demand is falling away so rapidly. If I recall correctly Emirates reduced their order recently. Surely this cannot be good for the long term prospects for the AA4 share price
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