? Unaudited revenue totalled £11.6m in FY 2020, up 102% on FY 2019
? Unaudited revenue totalled £3.8m in 4Q 2020, up 151% on 4Q 2019
? Eligible Lives of 2.2m at end of 4Q 2020 up 186% on 4Q 2019
? Activated Lives at end 4Q 2020 up 199% on 4Q 2019
? Consultations for 4Q 2020 up 333% on 4Q 2019 ? Successful A$102m IPO on ASX on 4 December 2020
? Strong cash position of £38.4 million as at 31 December 2020
? New channel agreement with Allianz Partners embeds DOC into Allianz UK and European international private medical insurance policies from 1 January 2021 ? First international expansion completed with entry into Republic of Ireland
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Profit update on increased volume and margins... and they're handing back half their Job Keeper payments
Sims Limited (“Sims or the Company”) today announced that it is expecting Underlying EBIT for full year FY21 to be between $260 million and $310 million. The Company’s business divisions are performing strongly, and the key drivers of the forecasted earnings are: ? Proprietary intake volumes for Q3 FY21 have increased to around 95% of FY19 average monthly volumes, compared to 85% in 1H FY21; ? A general improvement in gross margin per tonne due to higher scrap prices, and good margin management; ? Continued achievement of annualised predominantly fixed cost savings in excess of $70 million in FY21 compared to FY19; and ? A significant contribution from SA Recycling driven by high scrap prices, particularly for zorba linked products, good intake volumes, and good margin management. Commenting on the forecast earnings, Alistair Field, CEO and Managing Director, said “It is pleasing to see the strong improvement in profitability driven by improved volumes, margin management, and achievement of targeted cost savings.” “While the short term outlook still has risks that could result in earnings volatility, in the medium term Sims is well positioned to benefit from global infrastructure spending, the need for countries and companies to reduce their carbon footprint from steel production to meet CO2 commitments, and the potential for China to import meaningful volumes of recycled ferrous products.” Risks to the forecasted FY21 result include: ? Disruption from COVID-19 to Sims’ facilities, and/or its suppliers’ facilities, and/or its customers’ facilities; ? Illiquid demand creating volatility in ferrous and non-ferrous prices; ? Supply chain disruptions; and ? Macroeconomic and geopolitical risk. The Company received $6.5 million from JobKeeper relating to FY20 and $7.5 million relating to FY21. Due to the rapid and significant financial improvement to date in FY21, Sims will be voluntarily returning $7.5 million to the Australian Government.
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