MACA Limited provides a summary of the latest broker guidance for FY21 below. MACA expects revenue and profitability to be materially in line with this guidance as at February 2021.
Revenue = The income generated from normal business activities.
EBITDA = Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation.
NPAT = Net Profit after Tax is operating profit after income tax.
The EBITDA and NPAT figures presented below are the broker’s estimates of underlying earnings, adjusted for abnormal or extraordinary items and discontinued operations.
MACA Limited intends to pay total dividends for each financial year in the range of 30% to 60% of the full year Net Profit After Tax. The declaration and amount of dividends are at the sole discretion of the MACA Board. In making a decision concerning the dividend, the MACA Board will take into account MACA’s earnings for the period, future capital requirements and other relevant factors, such as the outlook for the business.
Company Secretary: Peter Gilford
Auditors: Moore Stephens
Accountants: Bentleys WA Pty Ltd
Bankers: Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Corporate Officer (Registered): C/- Bentleys (WA) Pty Ltd
Solicitors: Steinepreis Paganin
Share registry: Computershare Investor Services Pty Limited