FinTech Group (FTK)

Business description

FinTech Group (FTG) is an integrated online brokerage business. It is divided into two business areas – a technology business and a financial services business that includes a bank and a brokerage business.

Stock data

Market cap.€340.4m
Last close€20.25
High / Low (52 weeks)€20.3 / €13.0
Stock market listingDB
Forecast net debt (m)N/A
Forecast gearing ratio (%)N/A
TeamTechnology
SectorTechnology

Price performance

%1m3m12m
Actual27.715.725.9
Relative *22.317.34.2

* % Relative to local index

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Latest research

AKTUELLE VERÖFFENTLICHUNGEN

FinTech Group

Solides 1. HJ; Ausblick fürs FJ17 beibehalten

14/09/2017
FinTech Group

Führender Online-Broker

20/06/2017

Investment summary

FinTech Group (FTG) announced a solid set of H1 results and FY17 guidance was re-affirmed. While EBITDA slipped by 6% to €13.0m, this reflected a €1.8m provision reversal in H116, and hence the underlying growth was 9%. Brokerage customers grew by 11% over H116, and transactions rose by 10%, while three new B2B projects have been delivered that will contribute in H2. Additionally, the collateralised credit book jumped by 42% over the six months to €187m. Consequently, management anticipates a strong H2. Despite being the fastest growing major broking business in Europe, the shares continue to trade at a discount to the sector.

Last updated on 14/09/2017

Key management

Frank Niehage, CEO
Muhamad Said Chahrour, CFO
Roman Kessler, Head of Corporate Communications

Company address

Rotfeder-Ring 5
Frankfurt am Main
60327
Germany
+49 (0) 9221 7035 236
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