This is an continuation of the previous post on SIA Engineering (SIAEC).
As described in the last post, SIA Engineering has a solid business model that helps global airlines maintain their fleet. SIAEC’s business moat is built on strong branding, economies of scale, efficiency which churns out high free cashflow and a high return on equity (ROE). It’s also worth noting that the business is somewhat counter cyclical – when the macro economy slows and air travel is reduced, the airlines send more of their aircrafts for overhaul. This is shown in the same table (used in the last post as well) below which has 2010 and 2011 having strong FCF despite the world going into a slowdown after the GFC.
Okay, as promised, we would need to explain the rest of the table in this post.
For readers well-versed in DCF which stands for discounted cashflow, the calculations would …