- CMP: Rs. 720
- Date: 18th Feb 2016
- Industry – Gold & Jewellery
- Large Cap – 21,300 cr mkt cap
- Advice: Buy Rajesh Exports with a 2 year perspective
- Overview: Rajesh Exports is an integrated gold firm into refining, jewellery manufacture and retail.
- It had revenues of Rs 50,462 crore and net profits of Rs 655 cr. in FY15.
- The Revenues, EBITDA and Profits are up by 26.5%, 31.8% and 39.9% CAGR over 6 years.
- Key strengths are: large scale operations in gold refining (in India & Switzerland) and jewellery design and mfg. (India). The management appears experienced, capable and shareholder friendly.
- Why Buy Now: A recent acquisition of Swiss gold refiner Valcambi will allow the firm to scale up to a globally significant size.
- The possible synergies with Valcambi include lowering of costs, Europe market access and cooperation on technology and R&D.
- Growth plans include retail expansion (will improve margins) and Australia mining investments (will tie up ore requirements).
- Even though the share price has appreciated well this year, there is still a good upside visible.
Here is a note on Rajesh Exports Ltd. (REX).
Rajesh Exports – Description and Profile
- REX is a Bangalore based integrated gold and jewellery firm. Started in 1989, it has a presence across the value chain of gold from mining to retail.
- REX had revenues of Rs 50,462 crore and net profits of Rs 655 cr. in FY15. About 90% of revenues are in foreign exchange. It has 358 permanent employees (FY15).
- REX became the largest refiner of gold globally with the acquisition of Swiss firm Valcambi in July 2015. It now processes 35% of global gold, and with the Uttarakhand refinery can refine 2400 tons p.a. of metals.
- REX has gold jewellery mfg. facilities at Bangalore, Cochin and Dubai with a capacity of 350 tons.
- It has R&D facilities in Switzerland & India for innovative jewellery design and a large jewellery database with 29,000 designs. REX exports gold jewellery mainly to USA, UK, Singapore and UAE.
- REX has set up 83 retail showrooms under the brand SHUBH Jewelers since 2010. This jewellery brand is known for quality, designs and value for money. It contributes about 9% of profits with a margin of 7-8%.
- The Leadership-Promoter team is Rajesh Mehta (Chairman), Prashant Mehta (MD) and Vijendra Rao (CFO).
- Shareholding % is: Promoter 53.9, DII 2.5, FII 16.8, Individual 2.6, Corporate 1.0 and Other 23.2
Valcambi Acquisition and Synergies
- REX through its Singapore subsidiary acquired Valcambi in an all cash deal for $400 m (then Rs 2,560 cr) in July 2015. Valcambi is debt-free with cash surplus of $150 m.
- Reports so far indicate a smooth transition and integration of Valcambi and REX. The Valcambi management is committed to stay back after acquisition for 5 years.
- Valcambi has the capacity to refine 1,600 tons gold and 400 tons of other precious metals like silver.
- Back end strengths of Valcambi combined with front end strengths of REX provide good synergies.
- REX can adopt technologies from Valcambi to upgrade and accredit the refining facility in India.
- REX plans to market designer jewellery in Europe and North America with Valcambi, which has an extensive marketing network in Europe and America.
- Valcambi was already one of the larger suppliers of gold to REX pre-merger. Other potential gains include sharing gold sourcing synergies, optimizing labour and shared support services.
Value Chain of Gold
The range of REX business activities are explained in Fig 1.
- The REX group with this acquisition now straddles across the Gold value chain. The strengths are Refining, Jewellery Manufacturing and Wholesale. The weaker spots needing investment are Mining and Retail.
- REX group installed capacities and current usage:
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