Kaya Ltd.

NSE: KAYA  SECTOR: Hospital & Healthcare Services

326.6
-16.05 (-4.68%)

Price Summary

Today's High

₹ 342.8

Today's Low

₹ 321.3

52 Week High

₹ 447.6

52 Week Low

₹ 96

FinStar

Ownership Stable
Ownership strength is slightly missing the benchmark.
ValuationAttractive
The stock is considerably attractive based on intrinsic value.
EfficiencyPoor
The company seems highly inefficient in case of asset management.
FinancialsWeak
Watch out! The company might not be able to sustain any adverse condition.

Company Essentials

Market Cap

426.67321206 Cr.

Enterprise Value

434.45611206 Cr.

No. of Shares

1.3064091 Cr.

P/E

0

P/B

4.21

Face Value

₹ 10

Div. Yield

0%

Book Value (TTM)

₹  77.511

CASH

1.2642 Cr.

DEBT

9.0471 Cr.

Promoter Holding

59.93%

EPS (TTM)

₹  -31.1434

Sales Growth

-2.60921121237337%

ROE

-24.854264420234 %

ROCE

0.673631616074591 %

Profit Growth

-16.6094264757986 %

* Total debt includes long term borrowing, short term borrowing plus current maturities of long-term borrowing
* Ratios are based on latest Audited Financial Result.

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Sales Growth (in Cr.)

1 Year-2.61%
3 Year1.74%
5 Year3.26%

Profit Growth (in Cr.)

1 Year-757.71%
3 Year-154.63%
5 Year-216.98%

ROE%

1 Year-24.85%
3 Year-11.36%
5 Year-9.34%

ROCE %

1 Year0.67%
3 Year-3.06%
5 Year-4.2%

Debt/Equity

0.0804

Price to Cash Flow

13.23

Interest Cover Ratio

0.0698260850716397

CFO/PAT (5 Yr. Avg.)

0.465773530008017

Share Holding Pattern

Promoter Pledging %

Date Promoter % Pledge %
Sep 2020 59.93 0
Jun 2020 59.93 0
Mar 2020 59.93 0
Dec 2019 59.93 0
Sep 2019 59.93 0
* Figures given above are % of equity capital

 Strengths

  • Company is virtually debt free.
  • The company has an efficient Cash Conversion Cycle of 38.2110558089789 days.
  • The company has a high promoter holding of 59.93%.

 Limitations

  • The company has shown a poor profit growth of -154.628764165717% for the Past 3 years.
  • The company has shown a poor revenue growth of 1.73875489962469% for the Past 3 years.
  • Company has a poor ROE of -11.3558717626247% over the past 3 years.
  • Company has a poor ROCE of -3.0554851727898% over the past 3 years
  • The company has a low EBITDA margin of 0.314681466496438% over the past 5 years.

Quarterly Result (All Figures in Cr.)

PARTICULARS Sep 2019 Dec 2019 Mar 2020 Jun 2020 Sep 2020
Net Sales 54.57 54.8 44.63 5.38 28.89
Total Expenditure 44.69 43.56 38.45 17.08 22.15
Operating Profit 9.88 11.24 6.18 -11.7 6.74
Other Income 1 0.77 4.67 5.25 3.72
Interest 3.1 3.02 2.98 2.67 2.79
Depreciation 10.5 10.4 13.8 8.33 7.96
Exceptional Items 0 0 0 0 0
Profit Before Tax -2.72 -1.42 -5.94 -17.45 -0.28
Tax 2.13 15.6 0 0 0
Profit After Tax -4.84 -17.02 -5.94 -17.45 -0.28
Adjusted EPS (Rs) -0.37 -1.3 -0.45 -1.34 -0.02

Profit & Loss (All Figures in Cr. Adjusted EPS in Rs.)

PARTICULARS Mar 2016 Mar 2017 Mar 2018 Mar 2019 Mar 2020
Net Sales 185.32 194.04 201.2 209.82 204.34
Total Expenditure 194.85 211.6 209.24 206.25 167.43
Operating Profit -9.54 -17.55 -8.04 3.57 36.91
Other Income 12.37 11.89 9.58 4.91 8.56
Interest 1.76 1.91 2.11 2.71 13.84
Depreciation 9.7 10.66 13.14 15.27 44.5
Exceptional Items 0 0 0 0 0
Profit Before Tax -8.62 -18.23 -13.71 -9.51 -12.87
Tax 0 -2.54 -0.38 -5.55 21.07
Net Profit -8.62 -15.69 -13.34 -3.96 -33.94
Adjusted EPS (Rs.) -6.69 -12.05 -10.23 -3.03 -25.98

Balance Sheet (All Figures are in Crores.)

Particulars Mar 2016 Mar 2017 Mar 2018 Mar 2019 Mar 2020
Equity and Liabilities
Share Capital 12.9 13.02 13.03 13.06 13.06
Total Reserves 178.58 187.05 175.05 149.86 101.89
Borrowings 0 0 0 0 9.05
Other N/C liabilities 11.79 -20.02 -20.62 -18.09 76.93
Current liabilities 80.56 83.83 73.01 96.12 106.23
Total Liabilities 283.83 263.88 240.47 240.96 307.16
Assets
Net Block 45.83 47.98 49.88 43.24 112.75
Capital WIP 1.53 0.84 0.3 0.84 0
Investments 43.51 43.51 94.51 94.51 99.62
Loans & Advances 22.32 34 17.89 19.1 19.37
Other N/C Assets 0.52 5.36 4.38 4.49 0.71
Current Assets 170.11 132.19 73.52 78.78 74.71
Total Assets 283.83 263.88 240.47 240.96 307.16
* Other Non-current Liabilities include Net deferred Liabilities

Cash Flows (All Figures are in Crores.)

PARTICULARS Mar 2016 Mar 2017 Mar 2018 Mar 2019 Mar 2020
Profit Before Tax -8.62 -18.23 -13.71 -9.51 -12.87
Adjustment -1.08 0.83 5.54 13.44 49.45
Working Capital Changes -11.73 -1.47 18.98 -7.33 -8.12
Tax Paid -0.23 0.12 0.16 1.84 3.79
Operating Cash Flow -21.67 -18.75 10.96 -1.56 32.24
Investing Cash Flow 20.09 14.47 -8.38 -0.13 -11.76
Financing Cash Flow 0 4.34 -0.6 2.37 -23.87
Net Cash Flow -1.58 0.06 1.99 0.69 -3.39

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Kaya Stock Price Analysis and Quick Research Report. Is Kaya an attractive stock to invest in?

 

The Indian healthcare sector is expected to reach US$ 372 billion by 2022, driven by rising incomes, greater health awareness, lifestyle diseases and increasing access to insurance. Healthcare has become one of India’s largest sectors - both in terms of revenue and employment.

Healthcare comprises hospitals, medical devices, clinical trials, outsourcing, telemedicine, medical tourism, health insurance, and medical equipment. The structure of the healthcare delivery system in India consists of three broad segments: Primary care, Secondary care, and Tertiary care.

  • Primary care is the first point of contact between the population and the healthcare service providers. For example, Sub-center (SC), Primary Health Centre (PHC) and Community Health Centre (CHC) which is more relevant to rural areas (PHC’s).
  • Secondary care providers inpatient as well as outpatient medical services and includes simple surgical procedures. For example, District level & Mid-sized hospitals.
  • Tertiary care is the third level of the healthcare delivery system in the country. These hospitals are specialized consultative healthcare infrastructure. For example, Single specialty and Multi-specialty hospitals.

While healthcare services are offered by the public as well as private sectors, in urban as well as rural areas, generally people prefer private hospitals over public hospitals for treatment of diseases, illness, and sickness. So, let’s look into Kaya and its performance over the period of time.

  • Operating cash flow ratio: It measures the adequacy of a company’s cash generated from operating activities to pay off short-term financial obligations. Its cash from the operating activity was Rs 32.24 Cr.
     
  • Financial Strength: Health care organizations usually have high debt loads and low equity capital in their balance sheet. So, Debt to Equity ratio is important to analyze the company’s sustainability. Kaya has a Debt to Equity ratio of 0.0804 , which is a strong indication for the company.
     
  • EPS growth: Investors should ensure the EPS figure is growing faster than revenue numbers because it indicates company management is increasing the efficiency with which it runs the company. In Kaya , the EPS growth was -757.705656111799 % which is bad for the company.
     
  • Operating profit margin: It determines a company's potential earnings. It assesses how well-managed a company with respect to its basic overhead costs and other operating expenses, Kaya has OPM of 18.0624203547359 % which is a good sign for profitability.
     
  • ROE: Kaya have a poor ROE of -24.854264420234 %. ROE is an important financial parameter for hospitals & health care companies because they expand and grow rapidly. Therefore, ROE measures how efficiently a shareholder's fund is used for generating profits.
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