Coffee Day Enterprises Ltd (CDEL) is the parent company of Coffee Day Global Ltd which is into the business of coffee retail chain of Cafe Coffee Day (CCD). CCD has create the coffee chain segment culture in India. It opened its first CCD outlet in Bengaluru in 1996 and has now established the largest market of cafe outlets in India. The company had 1,538 cafe outlets across 219 cities. In terms of market share, it hold 46% market share in the organised coffee market with its cafe market being nearly four times larger than the its competitors.
Apart from coffee business, CDEL also operates in other businesses via its subsidiaries or through stake in the company, namely, development of IT-ITES technology parks, logistics, financial services, hospitality and IT/ITES.
The company has 16.0% stake in a listed IT company, Mindtree. Further, it also has a controlling 52.83% stake in the listed logistics company, Sical Logistics.
ISSUE OPEN : 14TH OCT 2015
ISSUE CLOSE : 16TH OCT 2015
ISSUE TYPE : INTIAL PUBLIC OFFERING
ISSUE : EQUITY SHARE OF FACE VALUE OF
ISSUE SIZE : RS.1150 CRORE
BID PRICE : RS.316-328
LOT SIZE : 45 SHARES
India is the sixth largest coffee producer globally. India’s coffee production was 0.30 million MT in Financial Year 2014 and estimated to be 0.33 million MT in year Financial Year 2015, growing at a CAGR of 4% from F.Y 2009 to ‘15. India produces both Arabica and Robusta coffee beans, but the share of Arabica in total production is slowly declining. In Financial Year 2015, it is estimated that Robusta will contribute 69.4% to the total production.
Coffee-growing regions in India are located in South India, mainly in the state of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Karnataka is the largest coffee growing state in the nation contributing 71% of the total coffee production. Karnataka and Kerala are mainly Robusta growing states whereas Tamil Nadu produces both Arabica and Robusta.
- INDIAN CAFE MARKET
In present situation, India has moved aggressively towards cafes. Due to entry of new players, increase in consumer purchasing power, high exposure towards cafe market so CCD is gradually expanding its number of outlets which has increased to about 1500 outlets. The size of the organized café market is estimated to be 67 billion in 2014 and is projected to grow to 151 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 15%.
RISK AND CONCERNS OF THE COMPANY
- Tough competition from competitors like BARISTA LAVAZZA, COSTA COFFEE, STARBUCKS.
- Most of the property are lease term on which company pay significant amount of its operating expenses.
- The company has not registered its TRADEMARK.
OBJECTIVE OF ISSUE OF SHARES
|Particulars Amount(in crores)|
For the expansion of the business & new set up 287.5
Repayment or pre-payment of loans 632.8
For general corporate purpose & issue expense 229.7
BOOK RUNNING LEAD MANAGERS
- Kotak investing banking.
- Yes bank limited.
- Axis capital limited.
- Morgan Stanley.
- Edelweiss financial services limited.
- V G Siddhartha – Chairman & Managing Director
- MalavikaHegde – Non Executive Director
- Sanjay Om Prakash Nayar- Non Executive nominee Director
- S V Ranganath – Independent Director
- Albert Hieronimus – Independent Director
- M D Mallya – Independent Director
Litigation involving company
Indirect Tax – no. of cases 1 – amount 0.763 crores
Litigation against Directors
Civil – no. of cases 4 -amount nil
Litigation against promoters
Direct Tax- no. of cases 1– amt involved nil
civil – no. of case 4 – amount 2.365 crore
Litigation against subsidiaries
Criminal no. of cases 6 – amt 2.1 crore
Civil no. of cases 2 – amt 1 crore
Direct Tax- no. Of cases 4 – amt 168.1crore
Indirect tax no. of cases 4 – amt 20 crore
Others no. of cases 2 – amt 2 crore
FINANCIAL OF THE COMPANY
According to financial analysis the financial status of the company is not good. We can see in the Balance sheet of the company that current liabilities is more than co.’s net worth and also we can find that the company is making a continuous loss from F.Y 13 TO 15.
PEER GROUP ANALYSIS
Compared to peer group companies such as Starbucks coffee, Dunkin coffee, Barista and costa coffee, CCD having better market performance.
We can conclude from the above analysis that the company holds a good market share. The Company has a strong business model and is ready to face competition with its pan India presence. However company’s financial position is not providing a better picture for investment purpose and the company is making a continuous loss from the last consecutive three years. We can also see that company is reducing its Reserve and surplus and increasing its liability( short+ long term). So I believe we should wait to apply for the IPO and once the share gets listed on the exchange, depending upon the company’s financial performance and share price, we can possibly think to invest.
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