Guinness Nigeria Plc Reports N4bn PAT in Q1 2022 Results,(SP:N30.00k)

Guinness Nigeria Plc Reports N4bn PAT in Q1 2022 Results,(SP:N30.00k)

Guinness Nigeria Plc released its Q1 2022 Unaudited results for the period ended September 30th, 2021.

Key Highlights Revenue grew by 58% to N47bn from N30bn in the previous quarter.

Profit before tax stood at N5.9bn.

Profit after tax stood at N4bn.

Net Assets grew by 6.7% from N74bn to N79bn.

Share Price Currently Stands at N30:00k

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Guinness Nigeria Plc Reports a 58% Increase in Revenue for Q1 F22 Results Strong double-digit volume growth

Revenue increased 58%

Profit after tax increased by 580%

Net financing costs decreased by 38% Distribution expenses increased 36% driven by higher volumes and inflation. Guinness Nigeria, a subsidiary of Diageo Plc, and a leading total beverage alcohol company in Nigeria has posted a revenue of N47.46 billion for its first quarter period ended 30 September 2021.The unaudited results which were released to the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX) revealed a 117% increase in gross profit in the period, with double digit revenue growth across all key categories despite the impact of continued COVID-19 related restrictions and ongoing economic challenges.Speaking on the announcement, Mr. Baker Magunda, Managing Director/CEO, Guinness Nigeria Plc said: "In the 3 months ended 30 September 2021, Guinness Nigeria delivered exceptional results despite the challenging external environment characterized by continued restrictions related to COVID 19, high inflation and heightening operating costs.""Revenue grew by 58% to N47.4 billion, driven by resilient consumer demand and improved outlet coverage, as well as benefitting from headline price increases in key brands. Revenue grew across all key categories driven by our strategic focus brands, Malta Guinness and Guinness, as well as double-digit growth in local and imported spirits and the ready-to-drink category.""We are aware of the challenges in the operating environment, and regardless, our focus remains on delivering value to our stakeholders. This is why we continue to invest behind our strategic focus brands and categories, and to support the recovery of the on-trade, as seen in the 50% Marketing spend increase. Cost of sales also increased by 40%, largely due to sales volume growth, inflationary pressure, a shift towards more expensive can products and forex devaluation impacting imported materials." He added.The company also revealed that despite the devaluation of the naira, its net financing costs decreased by 38% as a result of reduction in the net interest cost on the back of better cash generation; and Operating […]

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