At a Glance

Key Facts

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Last updated on 04-Dec-2020

IR Contact

Joëlle Citta
Group Finance Business Partner (Investor Relations)
Tel: + (230) 404 2200
investorrelations@cielgroup.com

MUR 21.92 bn

Group Consolidated
Revenue

MUR 3.29 bn

Group EBITDA

MUR 5.97

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MUR 6.67

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Investment Portfolio

as at 30 June 2020 USD 586m

Textile 33%

Healthcare 12%

Finance 19%

Hotels & Resorts 11%

Agro 8%

Properties 17%

 CIEL Agro

CIEL Agro

8% of our portfolio

  • Proven expertise
    Over 100 years’ experience in sugar industry
  • Established global presence
    Partnership with Tereos, the third largest sugar group in the world, to drive international growth in African countries (e.g.Kenya and Tanzania) suffering from deficit in sugar production
  • Energy capacity to address energy deficit
    Three renewable energy, biomass plants to export to the national grid in Mauritius and in Tanzania
  • Valuable land ownership
    Owner of a sizeable piece of land bank in the South-East region of Mauritius(3,000 hectares directly through our subsidiary Ferney Ltd and through Alteo Ltd) with interesting property development opportunities as the Mauritian government seeks to develop smart cities
CIEL Finance

CIEL Finance

19% of our portfolio

  • Low banking penetration rates in the region
    BNI Madagascar is set to benefit from low banking penetration rates of less than 5% in Madagascar. It enjoys a market share of 22% in that same market
    Bank One, is well positioned to tap on the International Banking opportunities in Africa. It also has an expanding corporate and retail presence in Mauritius
  • Synergies between portfolio companies
    Synergies between our portfolio of companies generate additional revenues and allow all entities to share best practices, client portfolio and talent.
  • Strategic partnership
    Our partnership with Amethis Finance, a leading private equity firm investing in Africa, and multiple opportunities on the African continent with a fast expanding financial services sector offer significant growth potential
 CIEL Healthcare

CIEL Healthcare

12% of our portfolio

  • Leadership position in countries of operation
  • Strong growth of healthcare market in Africa
    Africa is expected to post the fastest health care spending growth globally as over half a million additional hospital beds and USD 25 to 30 billion are needed over the next decade to meet Africa’s healthcare demand
  • Significant opportunities for private healthcare providers
    50% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s total health expenditure is geared towards private healthcare providers such as CIEL Healthcare’s network of hospitals.
  • Strategic partners and network
    CIEL Healthcare’s network of partners (International Finance Corporation, Proparco, IFHA-II, Swiss-Re, Kibo II) and established operations in Mauritius, Uganda and Nigeria make it an increasingly effective player in the healthcare sector in the region.
CIEL Hotels & Resorts

CIEL Hotels & Resorts

11% of our portfolio

  • Stunning assets
    8 hotels and 2 golf courses located in prime beachfront locations in Mauritius and one iconic island hotel in the Maldives.
  • Synergies and optimisation across portfolio
    Increased synergies and revenue optimisation across all properties to support improvement of future financial performance
  • In-house tour operators
    Revenue generation optimised through a combination of in-house tour operators and external partners
CIEL Properties

CIEL Properties

17% of our portfolio

  • CIEL Properties looks after the Group’s land and real estate assets.
CIEL Textile

CIEL Textile

33% of our portfolio

  • Solid track record
    Over 40 years of proven experience
  • Established global presence
    Operations strategically located in Mauritius, South Asia and Madagascar offering competitive labour and a network of trade agreements (e.g. Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)) with key markets
  • Vertically integrated business units
    From yarn spinning to finish garments to optimise costs and ensure quality control
  • Geographically diversified client portfolio
    Clients in both hemispheres, thus reducing seasonality effect and ensuring steady revenues streams

Net Debt & Gearing

MUR
USD
31.8%
10,266
318
Jun-15
36.0%
13,242
376
Jun-16
39.4%
15,229
434
Jun-17
38.5%
15,498
465
Jun-18
41.2%
15,522
447
Jun-19
47.7%
16,908
423
Jun-20
Net Debt  (MUR'M) (USD)
Gearing (%)

Dividend

MUR
USD
2.9%
0.18
0.005
Jun-16
2.6%
0.20
0.0057
Jun-17
2.9%
0.20
0.006
Jun-18
3.3%
0.21
0.006
Jun-19
1.9%
0.08
0.002
Jun-20
Dividend per share  (MUR'M) (USD)
Dividend yield