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  • The Automobile Industry Presented By:Sumit Jaiswal Sushil Powar Sabir Siddhique Kunal Sarkar Mayur Avhad Presented By:- batch 29
  • Top To Bottom Approach
  • Global Economy Overview Global economic growth is still weak, its underlying dynamics are changing, and the risks to the forecast remain to the downside. As a result, new policy challenges are arising and policy spillovers may pose greater concern. In particular, markets are increasingly convinced that U.S. monetary policy is reaching a turning point, and this has led to an unexpectedly large increase in long-term yields in the United States and many other economies. Also, growth in China is slowing, which will affect many other economies, notably the commodity exporters among the emerging market and developing economies. The major economies must urgently adopt policies that improve their prospects; otherwise the global economy may well settle into a subdued medium term growth trajectory. The United States and Japan must develop and implement strong plans with concrete measures for medium-term fiscal adjustment and entitlement reform, and the euro area must develop a stronger currency union and clean up its financial systems. China should provide a permanent boost to private consumption spending to rebalance the growth of demand away from exports and investment. In Many emerging market economies need a new round of structural reforms.
  • Indian Economic Overview Indian Economy has been in turmoil over past 3 years. Global as well and local factors have taken its toll and we are currently looking at one of the slowest growth rate in past 10 years. Indian Govt released “Economic Outlook 2013-14” that estimates how India may perform in financial year 2013-14. Before we look at some of the highlights of the document, here is a look at how Indian Economy has performed over past 8 years.
  • Indian Economic Overview-Current Standing Investment rate projected at 34.7% of GDP in 2013-14 as against the estimated 35% in 2012-13. Domestic savings rate projected at 31% of GDP as against the estimated 30.2 % of GDP 2012-13. Inflation by end March 2014 is expected to be around 5.5 percent as against the average of 7.4% in 2012-13 and 5.7% at end March 2013. Current Account Deficit is expected to reduce to USD 70 billion (3.8% of GDP) in 2013-14 against an USD 88.2 billion (4.8% of GDP) in 2012-13. The center also expects that The Current Account Deficit may go even below USD 70 billion, if the recent trends in exports and imports are maintained through the year. Net FDI inflows in 2013-14 projected at $21.7 billion against an estimated $19.8 billion in 2012-13. FII inflows are estimated to reduce drastically to USD 2.7 billion in 2013-14, as against USD 17 billion in 2011-12 and USD 27 billion in 2012-13. Net Capital flows projected at $ 61.4 billion (3.4% of GDP) in 2013-14 against an estimated $ 89.4 billion in 2012-13, the second highest level to date. Budgeted fiscal deficit is estimated at 4.8% of GDP in 2013-14, as against an estimated 4.9% in 2012-13. In the whole, Indian economy is expected to do better than last year, but it is still much lower than average growth rate of previous 5 years.
  • Automobile Industry-Growth Avenue In terms of the Auto industry, India is the sixth largest market after China, US, Germany, Japan and Brazil. Overall the market includes cars, two wheelers, trucks & auto parts and India is expected to become #3 in the automobile market by 2015 as defined by sales volume growth. The auto sector reported a robust growth rate of 26% in the last two years (2010-2012) although this year the growth has slowed down significantly. The BSE AUTO Index outperformed the benchmark Nifty by 79%, 12% and 19% in FY10, FY11 and FY12, respectively. The world standings for the Indian automobile sector, as per the Confederation of Indian Industry in FY 2012, was as follows: Largest three-wheeler market Second largest two-wheeler market Tenth largest passenger car market Fourth largest tractor market Fifth largest commercial vehicle market Fifth largest bus and truck segment Since the de-licensing of the sector in 1991 and the subsequent opening up of 100% FDI through the automatic route, the industry is one of the key drivers of economic growth of the nation.
  • Government Support To The Automobile Industry The Industrial Policy of 1991 de-licensed the Automobile Industry in India, but passenger cars were de-licensed in 1993. Now, no license is required for setting up any unit for manufacturing of Automobiles except in some special cases. Further, 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is permissible. Removal of Quantitative Restrictions (QRs) from April 1, 2001 has allowed the import of vehicles, including in the passenger car segment where one can freely import subject to certain conditions notified by Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT). To protect India from becoming a dumping ground for old and used vehicles produced abroad, the custom duty on the import of second hand vehicles including passenger cars has been raised to 111%. Custom duty on Completely Built Units (CBU‟s) of large cars/ MUV‟s/ SUV‟s permitted for import without any type approval (value exceeding US$40,000 and Engine Capacity exceeding 3000 cc of Petrol and 2500 cc for Diesel) is being increased from 60% to 75%, which might force foreign brands to set up manufacturing facilities in India.
  • Automobile Industry-Future Prospects Vision 2016 “By 2016, India will emerge as the destination of choice in Asia for the design & manufacturing of automobiles and automotive components. The output of the India‟s automotive sector will be $145bn by 2016,(from $34bn in 2006) contributing to 10% of India‟s Gross Domestic Product and providing employment to 25 mm people. According to Draft Automotive Mission Plan 2006-2016 by the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises.
  • Automobile-Key Statistics
  • Structure Of The Auto Industry In India • Automobiles
  • Passenger Vehicles
  • Indian Passenger Vehicle Industry The Indian Passenger vehicle market is the 7th largest market in Asia and 10th largest market in the world in terms of volume. As per SIAM, passenger vehicles held a 15.07% domestic market share in the year 2012-12. India sold 2.6mm passenger vehicles in the domestic market and exported 0.5mm passenger vehicles in the year 2012-13 and grew at a 7 year CAGR of 14%. The passenger Vehicle industry is likely to grow at a CAGR of 10-11% till FY 2017. Small car segment to grow at a CAGR of 6-7% in next five years. Mid size segment to record a rise of 17-18% by FY 2017. Asian markets are expected to fuel the growth in the short term as demand drops in the European markets, and growing demand for mid-size cars and preference for diesel variants to further boost the realization over the medium term. Automobile production in India is expected to grow by a modest 9% in 2013-14 as per current industry forecasts.
  • Top Automobiles (Passenger Vehicle) Companies In India Maruti Suzuki: Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL, formerly Maruti Udyog Limited) is a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan. Maruti Suzuki is a leading manufacturer of passenger vehicles in India. Lovingly referred to as the people‟s car maker; over the past three decades Maruti Suzuki has changed the way people in India commute and travel. Mahindra & Mahindra : In 1947, Mahindra & Mahindra introduced India to the utility vehicle. More than 65 years later, It is still India‟s premier utility vehicle (UV) company. In addition to making groundbreaking UVs like the Scorpio and Bolero, Mahindra offers cars, pickups, and commercial vehicles that are rugged, reliable, environmentally friendly, and fuel-efficient. Tata Motors: Tata Motors Limited is India‟s largest automobile company, with consolidated revenues of INR 1,65,654 crores (USD 32.5 billion) in 2011-12. It is the leader in commercial vehicles in each segment, and among the top three in passenger vehicles with winning products in the compact, midsize car and utility vehicle segments. It is the world‟s fourth largest truck and bus manufacturer. Source : Economics Times
  • Company Overview Maruti Suzuki India Limited has been the leading manufacturer of passenger vehicles in India over the past 3 decades. It accounts for 60% of the total Indian passenger car market with respect to Volumes. It has 15 brands and over 150 variants in all the vehicle segments. The company has service centers in 1,400 in cities and over 200 driving schools across the country, which make it one of the most well recognized brands in the country. The Tragedy that happened at their Manesar plant as a result of labor unrest in July 2012 has shaken up the auto industry & the entire Manesar belt.
  • Maruti Suzuki India Limited Scrip Details ISIN INE585B01010 Industry Cars & Utility Vehicles Impact Cost 0.07% BC/RD BC 16/08/2013-27/08/2013 Market lot 1 Listing Date 9/7/2003 Management Name Designation R C Bhargava Chairman S Ravi Aiyar Company Secretary & Compliance Officer & Chief Legal Officer Kenichi Ayukawa Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer Toshihiro Suzuki Director Kazuhiko Ayabe Director & Managing Executive Officer ( Marketing & Sales) Masayuki Kamiya Director (Production) Toshiaki Hasuike Joint Managing Director
  • Income Statement 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 43,587.93 35,587.09 37,040.09 29,623.01 20,852.52 812.37 826.86 482.31 496.76 601.34 Total Income 44,400.30 36,413.95 37,522.40 30,119.77 21,453.86 Expenditure -39,358.25 -33,074.20 -33,375.74 -25,668.72 -19,020.46 -189.82 -55.21 -24.41 -33.5 -50.98 4,852.23 3,284.54 4,122.25 4,417.55 2,382.42 -1,861.17 -1,138.35 -1,013.50 -825.02 -706.54 PBT 2,991.06 2,146.19 3,108.75 3,592.53 1,675.88 Tax -598.93 -511.05 -820.11 -1,094.91 -457.14 2,392.13 1,635.14 2,288.64 2,497.62 1,218.74 151.04 144.46 144.46 144.46 144.46 EPS 79.19 56.6 79.22 86.45 42.18 CEPS 140.8 96 114.29 115 66.64 OPM % 11.57 9.38 11.2 15.03 11.67 NPM % 5.49 4.59 6.18 8.43 5.84 (in Cr.) Income Statement Revenue Other Income Interest PBDT Depreciation Net Profit Equity
  • Shareholding Pattern As On Dec-13 Sep-13 Jun-13 Mar-13 Dec-12 Promoter and Promoter Group 56.21% 56.21% 56.21% 56.21% 54.21% Indian -- -- -- -- -- Foreign 56.21% 56.21% 56.21% 56.21% 54.21% Public 43.79% 43.79% 43.79% 43.79% 45.79% Institutions 35.45% 35.01% 35.10% 34.96% 37.48% FII 21.47% 19.66% 22.03% 22.36% 23.13% DII 13.98% 15.35% 13.07% 12.60% 14.35% Non Institutions 8.34% 8.78% 8.69% 8.83% 8.31% Bodies Corporate 6.08% 6.38% 6.43% 6.31% 5.88% Custodians -- -- -- -- -- Total 30,20,80,060 30,20,80,060 30,20,80,060 30,20,80,060 28,89,10,060
  • Company Overview Mahindra & Mahindra: In 1947, Mahindra & Mahindra introduced India to the utility vehicle. More than 65 years later, It is still India‟s premier utility vehicle (UV) company. In addition to making groundbreaking UVs like the Scorpio and Bolero, Mahindra offers cars, pickups, and commercial vehicles that are rugged, reliable, environmentally friendly, and fuel-efficient.
  • Scrip Details ISIN INE101A01026 Industry Cars & Utility Vehicles Impact Cost 0.06% BC/RD BC 20/07/2013-13/08/2013 Market lot 1 Listing Date NA Management Name Designation Anand G Mahindra Chairman & Managing Director Keshub Mahindra Chairman Emeritus Dr. Pawan Goenka Executive Director Bharat Doshi Director V S Parthasarthy Chief Financial Officer S B Mainak Director Narayan Shankar Company Secretary & Compliance Officer
  • Income Statement (in Cr.) 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 40,441.16 31,853.52 23,493.72 18,602.11 13,093.68 549.17 465.79 309.52 199.35 270.34 Total Income 40,990.33 32,319.31 23,803.24 18,801.46 13,364.02 Expenditure -35,641.24 -27,974.53 -19,920.06 -15,556.12 -11,990.78 -191.19 -162.75 50.29 -27.81 -45.26 5,157.90 4,182.03 3,933.47 3,217.53 1,327.98 -710.81 -576.14 -413.86 -370.78 -291.51 PBT 4,447.09 3,605.89 3,519.61 2,846.75 1,036.47 Tax -1,094.27 -727 -857.51 -759 -199.69 3,352.82 2,878.89 2,662.10 2,087.75 867.51 295.16 294.52 293.62 282.95 272.62 EPS 56.85 48.97 45.21 37.97 31.83 CEPS 68.84 58.66 52.38 86.89 42.51 OPM % 13.23 13.64 16.53 17.45 10.49 NPM % 8.29 9.04 11.33 11.22 6.63 Revenue Other Income Interest PBDT Depreciation Net Profit Equity
  • Shareholding Pattern Dec-13 Sep-13 Jun-13 Mar-13 Dec-12 Promoter and Promoter Group 25.24% 25.26% 25.35% 25.18% 25.30% Indian 25.13% 25.16% 25.23% 25.06% 25.18% Foreign 0.11% 0.10% 0.12% 0.12% 0.12% Public 69.71% 69.77% 69.43% 69.45% 69.26% Institutions 52.77% 52.43% 51.18% 50.55% 49.27% FII 36.68% 35.86% 35.82% 35.01% 32.86% DII 16.09% 16.57% 15.36% 15.54% 16.41% Non Institutions 16.94% 17.34% 18.25% 18.90% 19.99% Bodies Corporate 5.30% 5.58% 6.48% 7.01% 8.17% Custodians 5.05% 4.97% 5.22% 5.37% 5.44% Total 61,58,92,384 61,58,92,384 61,58,92,384 61,39,80,756 61,39,80,756
  • Company Overview Tata Motors Limited is India's largest automobile company. It is the leader in the commercial vehicles space in each segment, and among the top three in passenger vehicles with winning products in the compact, midsize car and utility vehicle segments. It is the world's fourth largest truck and bus manufacturer in India. The Company has over 3,500 touch points in terms of dealerships, sales, service stations and a widespread spare parts network across the country. The Tata Motors Group‟s over 55,000 employees are guided by the vision to be„ best in the manner in which we operate, best in the products we deliver.
  • Tata Motors Limited Scrip Details ISIN INE155A01022 Industry Commercial Vehicles Impact Cost 0.04% BC/RD BC 01/08/2013-21/08/2013 Market lot 1 Listing Date NA Management Name Designation Cyrus Mistry Chairman Karl Slym Managing Director Ravindra Pisharody Executive Director Satish B Borwankar Executive Director C Ramakrishnan Chief Financial Officer H K Sethna Company Secretary & Compliance Officer
  • Income Statement (in Cr.) 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 44,765.72 54,306.56 48,040.46 35,593.05 25,660.79 Other Income 2,088.20 574.08 183.26 1,853.45 925.97 Total Income 46,853.92 54,880.64 48,223.72 37,446.50 26,586.76 Expenditure -43,473.61 -50,714.25 -43,522.44 -32,479.25 -24,024.78 -1,387.76 -1,218.62 -1,143.99 -1,103.84 -673.68 1,992.55 2,947.77 3,557.29 3,863.41 1,888.30 -1,817.62 -1,606.74 -1,360.77 -1,033.87 -874.54 PBT 174.93 1,341.03 2,196.52 2,829.54 1,013.76 Tax 126.88 -98.8 -384.7 -589.46 -12.5 Net Profit 301.81 1,242.23 1,811.82 2,240.08 1,001.26 Equity 638.07 634.75 637.71 570.6 514.05 EPS 0.93 3.9 30.28 42.37 22.7 CEPS 6.64 8.98 49.75 57.38 36.49 OPM % 7.55 7.67 9.79 13.96 9.98 NPM % 0.67 2.29 3.77 6.29 3.9 Revenue Interest PBDT Depreciation
  • Shareholding Pattern As On Shareholding Pattern Dec-13 Sep-13 Jun-13 Mar-13 Dec-12 Promoter and Promoter Group 34.33% 34.33% 34.35% 34.71% 34.72% Indian 34.33% 34.33% 34.35% 34.71% 34.72% -- -- -- -- -- Public 45.17% 45.93% 46.40% 46.90% 48.60% Institutions 37.56% 38.42% 37.99% 38.88% 40.51% FII 28.00% 26.73% 26.59% 28.38% 29.01% DII 9.56% 11.69% 11.40% 10.50% 11.50% Non Institutions 7.61% 7.51% 8.41% 8.02% 8.09% Bodies Corporate 0.45% 0.40% 0.39% 0.36% 0.37% 20.50% 19.74% 19.25% 18.39% 16.68% 2,73,67,12,897 2,73,67,05,717 2,73,67,05,717 2,70,81,56,151 2,70,78,46,826 Foreign Custodians Total
  • Key Ratio I. ACTIVITY RATIO M&M TATAMOT Maruti 9.50% 9.88% 26.78% 2) Receivables Turnover 14.29 Times 17,25 Times 33.50 Times 3) Payable Turnover 2.76 Times 2.16 Times 6.04 Times II.PROFITABILITY RATIO M&M TATAMOT Maruti 1) Gross Profit Margin 11.00% 11.22% 11.19% 2) Operating Profit Margin 14.00% 13.11% 10.30% 3) Pre - Tax Margin 8.12% 7.22% 6.15% 4) Return on Assets 7.18% 5.77% 1.47% 5) Return on Capital Employed 14.78% 17.93% 16.00% 6) Return on Equity 18.26% 26.04% 15.02% III. SOLVENCY RATIO M&M TATAMOT Maruti 1) Debt to Asset 0.74 0.59 o.79 2) Debt to Equity 1.43 1.43 0.09 3) Debt to Capital 1.44 1.4 8.24 4) Interest Coverage 3.43 4.84 14.55 M&M TATAMOT Maruti 1) Current Ratio 1.21 0.82 0.85 2) Quick Ratio 1.56 0.7 0.73 M&M TATAMOT Maruti 1) Earning Per Share 67.87 30.66 80.4 2) Dividend Payout 19.15 6.58 9.55 3) Retention 18.15 5.58 8.55 1) Inventory Turnover IV. LIQUIDITY RATIO V. VALUATION RATIO
  • Maruti Suzuki Mah & Mah Tata Motors Movements of Stocks on Yearly Basis
  • Comparative Valuation Comparative Valuation CMP* Rating P/E Company (INR) FY14 FY15E FY14 FY15E Maruti 1769 18.4 15.1 13.6 14.7 M&M 936 12.2 11.1 20.9 18.7 Tata Motors 372 8.2 7.6 32.9 26.7 Comparative Valuation ROE(%) P/E Company Maruti M&M Tata Motors Company P/E 18.4 12.2 8.2 Industry P/E 18 18 18 Price as on 26th December 2013 Source : MOSL
  • Key Financial Indicators Key Financial Indicators EBITDA Margins (%) Company FY14 FY15E FY14 FY15E FY14 FY15E Maruti Suzuki 12.1 12.8 96.4 117.3 20 23.4 M&M 14.5 14.5 76.5 84.7 25.6 10.6 Tata Motors 16.2 15.5 45.3 48.7 41.2 7.6 Source : BSE EPS (INR) EPS Growth(%)
  • Peer Group Comparison Quarterly Trends LTP Change % 52 W H/L Results (in Cr.) View in (Million) Sales PAT Equity Face Value Source : BSE Mahindra & Mahindra Maruti Suzuki Tata Motors 885 1,620.70 336.6 -0.61 -0.9 -3.79 1,026.45/741.50 1,864.00/1,217.00 405.00/252.10 13-Sep 13-Dec 13-Sep 8,929.57 10,893.84 8,868.45 989.5 681.15 -803.53 295.16 151.04 643.78 5 5 2
  • Peer Group Comparison Mahindra & Mahindra Maruti Suzuki 885 1,620.70 336.6 Change % -0.61 -0.9 -3.79 52 W H/L 1,026.45/741.50 1,864.00/1,217.00 405.00/252.10 13-Mar 13-Mar 13-Mar Sales 40,441.16 43,587.93 44,765.72 PAT 3,352.82 2,392.13 301.81 295.16 151.04 638.07 5 5 2 Annual Trends LTP Results (in Cr.) View in (Million) Equity Face Value Source : BSE Tata Motors
  • Summary Maruti Suzuki : We believe the Gujarat facility arrangement through Suzuki 100% subsidiary is beneficial to MSIL. MSIL would benefit from similar free cash flows but without any capex for 1st phase of investment, thus improving overall profits (with treasury income) and return ratios. Suzuki, Japan intention is not to profit from this investment directly but through MSIL (given its 56% stake). Moreover, with contract manufacturing through Suzuki, MSIL can channelize its energy towards more value added activities like marketing/R&D. Impact on financials of the Gujarat facility though would be seen only in FY17. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.: said, We have achieved a cumulative domestic growth till January 2014 of 23%. We expect the good run to continue for the rest of the quarter Tatamotors Car sales stood at 8,663 units (est 8,000 units), a decline of 25% YoY (+30% MoM). UV sales were at 2,635 units (est 2,900 units), a decline of 36% YoY (6% MoM). We have built-in de-growth of 37% for the PV segment for FY14. The stock trades at 7.2x/5.8x FY15E/16E consol. EPS of INR48.7/60.5 respectively. So we suggest to buy TATAMOTORS with Target price of % 500/-