Interim Results for the six months ended 30 June 2021
02 August 2021
XP Power, one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of critical power control solutions for the electronics industry, today announces its unaudited interim results for the six-month period ended 30 June 2021.
These Results are available in PDF format.
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|Six months ended||Six months ended|
|30 June 2021||30 June 2020|
|Interim dividend per share (Q1 + Q2)||37.0p||18.0p||+106%|
|Adjusted operating profit1||£23.2m||£18.0m||+29%|
|Adjusted profit before income tax1||£22.5m||£17.0m||+32%|
|Adjusted cash generated from operations1||£26.4m||£25.7m||+3%|
|Adjusted diluted earnings per share1||93.3p||70.2p||+33%|
|Profit before tax||£16.4m||£10.3m||+59%|
|Diluted earnings per share||68.1p||41.2p||+65%|
1For details on adjusted measures refer to note 5 and note 8 of the condensed consolidated financial statements
2Net debt as at 31 December 2020
- Record order intake up 17% at constant currency and 8% reported to £157.6 million, with growth driven by continued strength in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector and a recovery in Industrial Technology, offset by the expected normalisation in Healthcare after exceptional COVID-19 related performance in 2020.
- Group enters H2 2021 with a record order book of £150.3 million (31 December 2020: £124.1 million).
- Constant currency revenue grew 23%, with reported revenue up 14% to £119.9 million.
- Gross margin increased to 46.6% (H1 2020: 44.9%) driven by favourable sector and product mix as well as cost savings from transfer of manufacturing to Asia following the closure of the Nevada, US site in mid-2020, partially offset by increased freight costs
- Adjusted cash generated from operations up 3% to £26.4 million (H1 2020: £25.7 million), despite investing in working capital to support customer demand and to secure supply of crucial components. Maintaining high operating cash conversion of over 100%.
- Net debt of £20.3 million at period end (December 2020: £17.9 million) with net debt to EBITDA of just 0.3x. Significant liquidity available – c.£87 million.
- First half dividend for 2021 of 37 pence per share (H1 2020: 18.0 pence per share), comparative period impacted by COVID-19. The payment reflects the confidence the Board has in the Group’s longer-term prospects.
- The Board expects FY 2021 trading to be modestly ahead of analysts’ consensus expectations, while remaining mindful of certain headwinds.
James Peters, Chairman, commented:
“We maintained our strong momentum in the first half, building on our robust performance in 2020 to deliver another period of significant revenue and profit growth. Our progress reflects the consistent application of our strategy, and we continue to see a positive future for the Group driven by encouraging market growth dynamics, exposure to secular growth trends related to Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and the potential for further market share gains as we broaden our addressable market and product range.
Trading in the period was ahead of our original expectations reflecting the continued strength of the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector and a recovery in Industrial Technology. We expect the momentum to continue, supported by our strong order book, and while mindful of headwinds including price and availability pressures within the component supply chain, the Board expects full year trading to be modestly ahead of current analyst consensus1.”
1 The current range of forecasts for adjusted pre-tax profits for the year ended 31 December 2021 is £41.5 million to £47.0 million with a consensus of £44.6 million
XP Power is hosting a presentation for analysts this morning at 0900 (BST). A live webcast of the presentation will be available at https://www.investis-live.com/xppowerplc/60e414c280fc93100029fae0/ir2021 [investis-live.com] and a recording of the webcast will be available at www.xppowerplc.com later in the day.
|Gavin Griggs, Chief Executive Officer||+44 (0)118 984 5515|
|Oskar Zahn, Chief Financial Officer||+44 (0)118 984 5515|
|Citigate Dewe Rogerson|
|Kevin Smith/Jos Bieneman||+44 (0)20 7638 9571|
Note to editors
XP Power designs and manufactures power controllers, the essential hardware component in every piece of electrical equipment that converts power from the electricity grid into the right form for equipment to function.
XP Power has invested in research and development and its own manufacturing facilities in China and Vietnam, to develop a range of tailored products based on its own intellectual property that provide its customers with significantly improved functionality and efficiency.
Headquartered in Singapore and listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange since 2000, XP Power is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. XP Power serves a global blue-chip customer base from 29 locations in Europe, North America, and Asia.
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The Group had a strong start to 2021 and has continued to make good progress against its strategic objectives.
The Group delivered strong order, revenue, earnings, and cash performance in the first half of the year, against an uncertain global backdrop due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Industrial Technology sector has returned to growth as economies across the world reopen following the COVID-19 imposed shutdowns in 2020. The Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector has continued its strong performance through the first half of 2021. As expected, the Healthcare sector has normalised compared with the first half of 2020, as the exceptional demand for critical care equipment for the treatment of COVID-19 affected patients did not repeat.
Our employees’ health, safety and wellbeing remain a key priority. COVID-19 continued to be widespread, and our business had to be able to react quickly to the various local and regional impacts. The most recent example is the situation in Vietnam where the current lockdown has been expanded to an additional 19 provinces as cases increase. The Vietnamese government has imposed a lockdown and closed many facilities around Ho Chi Minh and Binh Duong, close to where our factory is located. Due to the medical status of some of our products we can continue operating as a “3 in 1” site (Manufacture/Food/Rest in one factory) in line with government recommendations, with the factory essentially operating as a sealed site.
With a proven strategy, exposure to attractive customers and market sectors, strong design win momentum and an expanded product portfolio, the Board remains positive regarding the future of the Group.
XP Power serves three distinct market sectors: Industrial Technology, which represented 38% of total H1 2021 revenue (H1 2020: 44%); Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment 37% (H1 2020: 29%) and Healthcare 25% (H1 2020: 27%). In each sector we focus our resource on key accounts that value our quality and high level of service and support, particularly during the critical design in stage.
The Industrial Technology sector remains very well diversified, with a broad cross section of accounts and no large individual programmes, even though the Group works with many blue-chip industrial customers. Orders grew by £22.3 million or 50% on a constant currency basis compared to H1 2020, as the recovery we started to see in this sector towards the end of 2020 has continued through the first half of 2021. Industrial Technology revenue grew by 5% on a constant currency basis to £45.4 million. The reported revenue number decreased by £1.1 million or 2% due to the appreciation of Pound Sterling against the US Dollar. Revenue from the distribution channel, which accounts for 9% of Group revenue, increased by 12% compared to the prior year as we continued to grow market share with distributors.
Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment orders increased by £17.9 million or 40% on a constant currency basis compared to the prior year, as we continued to benefit from market share gains as well as a buoyant market. Design wins in this sector have been particularly strong over the last few years aided by our move up both the power and voltage scale. As previously reported, we regard this sector as having highly attractive long term growth prospects which are being driven by the growth of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the roll out of 5G. The acceleration of digitisation in many aspects of our world, and the rise in home working catalysed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are reinforcing our view on the strength of these mega trends and our presence in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector gives us significant exposure to these exciting growth opportunities. Sector revenue increased by 62% over the prior year to £44.5 million on a constant currency basis and by 47% on a reported basis (H1 2020: £30.3 million).
Order intake in the Healthcare sector decreased by £16.8 million or 37% on a constant currency basis as the exceptional COVID-19 related demand we saw in H1 2020 did not repeat. However, we saw an encouraging increase in demand for other applications such as robotic surgical tools, medical imaging, and endoscopy, which led the Healthcare sector to deliver growth over its H1 2019 performance. Revenue from Healthcare customers grew by 14% on a constant currency basis and 6% on a reported basis over the prior period to £30.0 million (H1 2020: £28.3 million) due to the increased demand in non-COVID-19 related medical applications. Healthcare remains an attractive market for XP Power given its long-term demand growth dynamics, the safety critical nature of products, the breadth of our medical product range and the high level of customer service we offer blue chip medical device manufacturers.
Our customer base remains highly diversified with the largest customer accounting for only 16% of revenue (H1 2020: 14%), spread over more than 200 different programmes/part numbers.
Revenue in North America was US$97.4 million (H1 2020: US$77.5 million), up 26% compared to the same period in the previous year with growth across all sectors, but with a particularly strong performance in Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment.
Revenue in Europe was £34.6 million (H1 2020: £30.1 million), up 15% on a reported basis from a year ago. We saw strong growth in the Healthcare sector and a recovery in the Industrial Technology sector.
Revenue in Asia was US$20.6 million (H1 2020: US$16.7 million), up 23% compared with the same period a year ago, driven by the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector.
Our strategy is clear and delivered consistently. We aim to be the first-choice power solutions provider for our customers across a diverse range of sectors, offering a superior product portfolio and customer service. We believe we have the potential to grow revenue well ahead of our underlying markets over the long-term driven by our core growth drivers:
- Global GDP growth;
- Growth in the use of electronics requiring a power converter;
- Exposure to ‘secular’ growth markets e.g., IoT, AI;
- Market share gains – greater penetration of existing blue-chip customers; and
- Expanding our addressable markets.
The expansion of our addressable market has been driven both organically and by acquisition, in what remains a highly fragmented sector. Since the end of 2015, we have completed three acquisitions which have allowed us to expand into the high voltage and radio frequency (RF) power market sectors increasing the size of our addressable market by around US$2.0 billion (+75%). Despite our many years of growth, our overall market share remains low, and we have a relentless focus on increasing it through a targeted sales and marketing process.
We have an enviable product portfolio of over 300 product families from low voltage to 500 kilo Volts at power levels up to 200 kilo Watts. This breadth of range, combined with our excellent customer support and Engineering Services capabilities makes us the ideal choice of power solutions provider to our target customers.
Our value proposition to customers is to reduce their overall costs of design, manufacture and operation and help them get their product to market as quickly as possible. We achieve this by providing excellent sales engineering support and producing new highly reliable products that are easy to design into the customer’s system, consume less power, take up less space and reduce installation times.
We continued to execute well against our strategy in the period, gaining further design wins from our newer product introductions, particularly in higher power applications, and from our increased focus on engineering solutions which provide more value to our customers. The successful implementation of our strategy continues to drive market share gains and the strength of our new programme wins is encouraging. We continue to focus our own engineering resources on high-power applications and address the lower power applications through third party products.
At XP Power, we recognise that climate change is probably the greatest challenge of our time. For more than 10 years we have been proactively progressing our sustainability strategy throughout our entire supply chain. In 2012, we became the first power converter manufacturer to be admitted into the Responsible Business Alliance, setting high standards for environmental performance. Wherever possible, we have championed sustainable initiatives as well as launching a broad range of “green” high-efficiency products. These “green” products deliver power more efficiently and consume less energy, thereby reducing the annual CO2 emissions of the equipment. In 2020, we set an aspiration of achieving carbon neutrality by 2040 and we are developing the plans to be able to achieve this objective. We recognise the greatest impact we can have is on developing high-efficiency power supplies and in supporting our customers on their individual sustainability journeys, and we partner with vendors who are committed to this journey.
Our Sustainability Strategy is to:
- Produce quality products that are safe and solve our customers’ power problems;
- Minimise the impact the Group and its products have on the environment;
- Adopt responsible sourcing practices considering social and environmental impacts;
- Make XP Power a workplace where our people can be at their best ensuring an environment that is safe, diverse, inclusive and which attracts and retains the best talent; and
- Uphold the highest standard of business ethics and integrity.
In the first half of 2021 we have continued to develop our sustainability roadmap, which includes proactive investments to reduce our energy consumption; prioritising the safety and wellbeing of our people during the COVID-19 pandemic; developing action plans from the results of our employee engagement surveys; developing the plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 and continuing to enhance our product design processes.
New products are fundamental to our revenue growth. The broader our product offering, the higher the probability that we will have a product which will work in a customer’s application, with, or without, modification by our engineering team. We believe we have a market leading product range which provides us with an addressable market of approximately US$5.0 billion. In the first half of 2021 the Group launched a significant number of new products. We expect this to continue through H2 2021.
The design-in cycles required by our customers to qualify the power converter into their equipment and to gain the necessary safety agency approvals are lengthy. Typically, we see a period of around 18 months, or even longer in Healthcare, from first identifying a customer opportunity to receiving the first production order. Revenue will then start to build from this point, often peaking a few years later. The positive aspect of this characteristic is that our business has a strong annuity base where programmes typically last seven to eight years and often significantly longer.
A key element of our strategy is creating a resilient and flexible supply chain that balances high efficiency with market-leading customer responsiveness. We aim to be able to manufacture most of our products in both China and Vietnam to ensure security of supply and both locations are performing well. Our total Asian manufacturing capacity is around US$350 million per year. We also have three manufacturing facilities in North America - a customer focused Engineering Services facility in California, a site in New Jersey focused on high voltage products and an RF focused facility in Massachusetts.
The move into Vietnam has enabled our supply chain to manage events, such as the deterioration in trade relations between China and USA and the subsequent Section 301 tariffs, more effectively; and allowed us to divert production to Vietnam when COVID-19 disrupted production at our China operations in 2020. Several of our customers accelerated their qualification processes to transfer production from our China facility to our Vietnam facility to address the impact of Section 301 tariffs and COVID-19.
Vietnam is now qualified to produce a total of 2,688 different low-voltage products (H1 2020: 2,239), demonstrating our progress with the expansion of our production capabilities. In addition, the transfer of low-power, high-voltage DC-DC modules, previously manufactured in Minden, Nevada, was completed in 2020 and all these products are now manufactured in Vietnam.
Order intake of £157.6 million (H1 2020: £145.8 million) was up 8% on a reported basis. The growth was driven by strongly recovering demand in the Industrial Technology sector and continued growth of the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector, which offset the expected normalisation in Healthcare sector orders following the exceptional COVID-19 related demand in 2020. Given that most orders are placed in US Dollars, the reported results reflect the impact of a stronger Sterling: US Dollar exchange rate of 1.38 in 2021, compared to 1.26 in the prior year. In constant currency, 2021 orders were up 17% compared with the prior period. Compared to the same period a year ago, Asia orders increased by 51%, European orders were up 27%, while North America orders grew by 7% on the same constant currency basis.
Order intake in the first half of 2021 significantly exceeded revenue with a resultant book-to-bill of 1.31 (H1 2020: 1.39). We enter the second half of the current year with a record order book of £150.3 million (31 December 2020: £124.1 million).
Reported revenue grew by 14% to £119.9 million in the first half compared to £105.1 million in the same period a year ago. Constant currency revenue grew by 23%.
Gross margin in the first half of 2021 was 46.6% (H1 2020: 44.9%), a 170 bps increase. The increase in gross margin reflected the benefit of moving some production from the USA to Vietnam during 2020 following the closure of the Nevada site in mid-2020, favourable sector and regional mix and higher revenue.
Adjusted operating expenses in the first half were £32.7 million (H1 2020: £29.5 million) after excluding £6.1 million of specific items (H1 2020: £6.7 million). The increase primarily relates to investment in headcount, mainly in our engineering teams, and in IT costs as we continue to develop the infrastructure to support the future growth of the business.
Due to the increased revenue and gross margin adjusted operating profit grew by 29% to £23.2 million from £18.0 million in H1 2020. An adjusted operating margin of 19.3% was achieved in H1 2021, up 220bps from 17.1% in H1 2020. Statutory operating profit was £17.1 million (H1 2020: £11.3 million).
Net finance cost decreased to £0.7 million (H1 2020: £1.0 million) due to lower average borrowings.
The Group generated adjusted profit before tax of £22.5 million (H1 2020: £17.0 million), up 32% year-on-year.
The tax charge for the period was £2.8 million (H1 2020: £2.1 million), representing an effective tax rate of 17.1% (H1 2020: 20.4%). After adjusting for specific items, the effective tax rate for the period was 17.3% (H1 2020: 18.2%). The year-on-year decrease is driven by geographic mix with a greater percentage of profits being realised in lower tax rate jurisdictions. We currently expect our future effective tax rate to be in the range of 16% to 18% depending on the geographic distribution of our profits.
Basic earnings per share were 69.3 pence (H1 2020: 42.0 pence), an increase of 65%. Adjusted diluted earnings per share were 93.3p, an increase of 33% compared to the prior year.
In the first half of 2021, the Group incurred £6.1 million (H1 2020: £6.7 million) of specific items, which consisted of amortisation of intangible assets due to business combinations of £1.4 million (H1 2020: £1.6 million), £3.7 million of legal costs (H1 2020: £0.2 million), £0.9 million of ERP system implementation costs (H1 2020: £1.5 million) and £0.1 million of fair value loss on cash flow hedges (H1 2020: £0.9 million).
The legal costs relate to the lawsuit filed by Comet Technologies USA Inc., Comet AG, and YXLON International (collectively “Comet”) against XP Power LLC in September 2020 as disclosed in the Company’s 2020 Final Results announcement. The Group continues to believe there is no merit to this lawsuit and will vigorously defend any claims brought against it by Comet.
The Group expects to incur further legal costs until this matter is resolved, the magnitude of which cannot currently be estimated with any certainty.
Cash Flows and Net Debt
The Group generated adjusted cash from operations of £26.4 million in the period, up 3% from the £25.7 million generated in the previous year. The Group continued to deliver cash conversion of adjusted operating profit above 100%, despite investing in inventory to support customer demand and secure supply of important components with the increasing lead times in the market.
Capital expenditure was £10.0 million which included £2.2 million investment in increasing capacity with some ongoing maintenance and £3.6 million on the development of our ERP system ahead of the roll out of our global system into our Asian supply chain. There was a further £4.2 million relating to the capitalisation of development costs for new products.
Net debt was £20.3 million at 30 June 2021, compared with £17.9 million at 31 December 2020. The Group returned £11.1 million (H1 2020: £3.8 million) to shareholders in the form of dividends during the first half of 2021.
The Group’s debt is sourced from a Revolving Credit Facility (“RCF”) provided by HSBC UK Bank PLC, J.P. Morgan Securities PLC, and DBS Bank Ltd. The RCF expires in November 2024 with a committed facility of US$150 million and a further US$30 million accordion option.
The Group is subject to two financial covenants, which are tested quarterly in arears. These covenants relate to the leverage ratio between adjusted EBITDA and net debt, with a maximum of three times permitted, and an interest cover ratio between adjusted EBITDA and finance costs with a minimum of four times required. The Group continued to trade with significant headroom on these covenants throughout the period; the leverage ratio was a comfortable 0.33 times (H1 2020: 0.74) and interest cover was 66 times (H1 2020: 23 times)
Capital Allocation and Dividend Policy
XP has a proven and cash generative business model and maintains a prudent and well capitalised balance sheet. This allows the Group to fund its organic growth plans from existing resources as well as pay a growing dividend to all shareholders. The Group also retains the financial firepower to make acquisitions when opportunities become available, assuming they meet our investment criteria and align with our strategy. The second quarter dividend for 2021 increased by 5.5% to 19p from 18p in the prior year period. Together with the first quarter dividend, this brings the total first half dividends declared to 37 pence per share (H1 2020 total dividends of 18p being disrupted by COVID-19).
Throughout this Interim Results statement, adjusted and other alternative performance measures are used to describe the Group’s performance. These are not recognised under International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) or other Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“GAAP”).
When reviewing XP Power’s performance, the Board and management team focus on adjusted results rather than statutory results. There are a number of items included in our statutory results which are considered by the Board to be one-off in nature or not representative of the Group’s performance and are thus excluded from adjusted results. The tables in note 5 show the full list of adjustments between statutory operating profit and adjusted operating profit by business, as well as between statutory profit before tax and adjusted profit before tax at Group level for both 2021 and 2020.
We delivered another period of significant revenue and profit growth in the first half of 2021 despite ongoing global uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has disrupted global supply chains, leading to shortages of key components and freight capacity, and with raw material inflation affecting many industries globally. XP Power has not been immune to these macroeconomic challenges but has nonetheless been able to deliver a strong set of results. Our progress reflects the consistent application of our strategy, and we continue to see a positive future for the Group driven by encouraging market growth dynamics and the potential for further market share gains as we broaden our addressable market and product range.
Trading in the period was ahead of our original expectations reflecting the continued strength of the Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment sector and a recovery in Industrial Technology. We enter the second half of 2021 with a record customer backlog of £150.3 million (31 December 2020: £124.1 million) and expect the first half momentum to continue. Whilst we remain mindful of headwinds including price and availability pressures within the component supply chain, the Boards’ expectations are that full year trading will be modestly ahead of current analyst consensus.
2 August 2021
Independent review report to XP Power Limited
Report on review of interim financial information
We have reviewed the accompanying condensed consolidated financial information of XP Power Limited (“the Company”) and its subsidiaries (“the Group”) set out on pages 12 to 21, which comprise the condensed consolidated balance sheet of the Group as at 30 June 2021, the condensed consolidated statements of comprehensive income, changes in equity and cash flows for the 6-month period then ended and the other explanatory notes. Management is responsible for the preparation and presentation of this condensed consolidated interim financial information in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34 Interim Financial Reporting as adopted by the United Kingdom and the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority. Our responsibility is to express a conclusion on this condensed consolidated interim financial information based on our review.
Scope of Review
We conducted our review in accordance with International Standard on Review Engagements 2410, Review of Interim Financial Information Performed by the Independent Auditor of the Entity. A review of interim financial information consists of making inquiries, primarily of persons responsible for financial and accounting matters, and applying analytical and other review procedures.
A review is substantially less in scope than an audit conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing and consequently does not enable us to obtain assurance that we would become aware of all significant matters that might be identified in an audit. Accordingly, we do not express an audit opinion.
We have read the other information contained in the interim report for the 6-month period ended 30 June 2021, which comprise the “Interim Results” set out on pages 1 to 3, “Interim Statement” set out on pages 4 to 10 and “Risks and uncertainties” set out on pages 22 to 23 and considered whether it contains any apparent misstatements or material inconsistencies with the information in the condensed consolidated interim financial information.
Based on our review, nothing has come to our attention that causes us to believe that the accompanying condensed consolidated interim financial information is not prepared, in all material respects, in accordance with International Accounting Standard 34 Interim Financial Reporting as adopted by the United Kingdom and the Disclosure and Transparency Rules of the United Kingdom’s Financial Conduct Authority.
Public Accountants and Chartered Accountants
2 August 2021
XP Power Limited
Condensed Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income
For the six months ended 30 June 2021
|£ Millions||Note||Six months ended|
30 June 2021
|Six months ended|
30 June 2020
|Cost of sales||(64.0)||(57.9)|
|Distribution and marketing||(24.9)||(24.3)|
|Research and development||(8.5)||(8.6)|
|Profit before income tax||16.4||10.3|
|Income tax expense||6||(2.8)||(2.1)|
Profit after income tax
|Other comprehensive income:|
|Items that may be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:|
|Exchange differences on translation of foreign operations||(1.3)||6.0|
|Items that will not be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss:|
Currency translation differences arising from consolidation
|Other comprehensive (loss)/income, net of tax||(1.3)||6.0|
|Total comprehensive income||12.3||14.2|
|Profit attributable to:|
|- Equity holders of the Company||13.5||8.1|
|- Non-controlling interests||0.1||0.1|
|Total comprehensive income attributable to:|
|- Equity holders of the Company||12.2||14.1|
|- Non-controlling interests||0.1||0.1|
Earnings per share attributable to equity holders of the Company
* Balance is less than £100,000.
The above condensed consolidated statement of comprehensive income should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.
XP Power Limited
Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheet
As at 30 June 2021
|£ Millions||Note||At 30 |
|Corporate tax recoverable||1.5||3.8|
|Cash and cash equivalents||8.5||13.9|
|Other current assets||5.8||4.6|
|Derivative financial instruments||0.1||0.3|
|Total current assets||108.3||107.0|
|Property, plant and equipment||28.3||28.4|
|Deferred income tax assets||3.3||2.9|
|ESOP loans to employees||*||*|
|Total non-current assets||138.3||135.2|
|Current income tax liabilities||2.8||4.9|
|Trade and other payables||34.5||28.2|
|Derivative financial instruments||*||0.1|
|Total current liabilities||38.8||34.7|
|Deferred income tax liabilities||7.0||6.7|
|Total non-current liabilities||39.8||43.0|
|Equity attributable to equity holders of the Company|
|Share option reserve||5.7||4.1|
|Treasury shares reserve||*||(0.1)|
The above condensed consolidated balance sheet should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.
XP Power Limited
Condensed Consolidated Statement of Changes in Equity
For the six months ended 30 June 2021
|Attributable to equity holders of the Company|
|Share capital||Share option reserve||Treasury shares||Merger reserve||Translation reserve||Other|
|Retained earnings||Total||Non-controlling interests||Total Equity|
Balance at 1 January 2020
|Sale of treasury shares||-||-||0.4||-||-||-||1.4||1.8||-||1.8|
|Employee share option plan expenses, net of tax||-||0.3||-||-||-||-||-||0.3||-||0.3|
|Further acquisition of non-controlling interest||-||-||-||-||-||0.2||-||0.2||(0.2)||-|
|Exchange difference arising from translation of financial statements of foreign operations||-||*||-||-||6.0||-||*||6.0||-||6.0|
|Profit for the year||-||-||-||-||-||-||8.1||8.1||0.1||8.2|
|Total comprehensive income for the period||-||*||-||-||6.0||-||8.1||14.1||0.1||14.2|
|Balance at 30 June 2020|
Balance at 1 January 2021
|Sale of treasury shares||-||(0.2)||*||-||-||0.6||*||0.4||-||0.4|
|Employee share option plan expenses, net of tax||-||1.9||-||-||-||-||-||1.9||-||1.9|
|Exchange difference arising from translation of financial statements of foreign operations||-||(0.1)||-||-||(1.3)||-||*||(1.3)||*||(1.3)|
|Net change in cash flow hedges||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Profit for the year||-||-||-||-||-||-||13.5||13.5||0.1||13.6|
|Total comprehensive income for the period||-||(0.1)||-||-||(1.3)||-||13.5||12.2||0.1||12.3|
|Balance at 30 June 2021|
* Balance is less than £100,000.
The above condensed consolidated statement of changes in equity should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.
|£ Millions||Six months ended|
30 June 2021
|Six months ended|
30 June 2020
|Cash flows from operating activities|
|Profit after income tax||13.6||8.2|
|- Income tax expense||2.8||2.1|
|- Amortisation and depreciation||6.5||7.3|
|- Finance charge||0.7||1.0|
|- Equity award charges||1.1||0.6|
|- Fair value loss on derivative financial instruments||0.1||0.9|
|- (Gain)/loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment||*||*|
|- Loss on disposal of intangible assets||0.1||1.2|
|- Unrealised currency translation loss/(gain)||0.3||(0.6)|
|- Provision for doubtful receivables||0.1||*|
|Change in the working capital, net of effects from acquisitions:|
|- Trade and other receivables||(5.7)||3.2|
|- Trade and other payables||7.0||5.8|
|- Provision for liabilities and other charges||*||*|
|Cash generated from operations||21.8||21.5|
|Income tax paid||(2.1)||(0.6)|
|Net cash provided by operating activities||19.7||20.9|
|Cash flows from investing activities|
|Purchases and construction of property, plant and equipment||(2.2)||(1.8)|
|Capitalisation of research and development expenditure||(4.2)||(4.0)|
|Capitalisation of intangible software and software under development|
|Proceeds from disposal of property, plant and equipment||*||*|
|Repayment of ESOP loans||*||*|
|Payment of accrued consideration||*||(0.6)|
|Net cash used in investing activities||(10.0)||(7.2)|
|Cash flows from financing activities|
|Repayment of borrowings||(2.9)||(9.0)|
|Principal payment of lease liabilities||(0.8)||(0.8)|
|Sale of treasury shares||0.4||1.8|
|Dividends paid to equity holders of the Company||(10.9)||(3.8)|
|Dividends paid to non-controlling interests||(0.2)||*|
|Net cash used in financing activities||(14.9)||(12.6)|
|Net (decrease)/increase in cash and cash equivalents||(5.2)||1.1|
|Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of financial period||13.9||11.2|
|Effects of currency translation on cash and cash equivalents||(0.2)||0.7|
|Cash and cash equivalents at end of financial period||8.5||13.0|
* Balance is less than £100,000.
The above condensed consolidated statement of cash flows should be read in conjunction with the accompanying notes.
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