On 26th April 2016, Parkway Life REIT announces its 1Q 2016 results. Distribution Per Unit (“DPU”) fell 7% to 2.99 cents from 3.21 cents. The fall in distributable amount was due to a missing one off divestment gains as compared in 2015.
Gross revenue grew by 8.6% and Net Property Income (“NPI”) grew by 8.5%. I will consider the result decent although DPU fell which we know it was due to a missing one off divestment gains.
|Net Property Income||25,135||23,165||8.5|
|Distribution Per Unit (“DPU”) (cents)||2.99||3.21||(7.0)|
Net Property Income (NPI)
The increase in NPI was due to rent contribution from the properties acquired in 1Q2015. (Parkway Life REIT Purchase New Japan Nursing Home)
Debt Maturity Profile
The weighted average term to maturity of the debt is 3.5 years. 98% of the interest rates are hedged. With the recent 6-year JPY fixed rate notes in March 2016, 34% of the refinancing requirements in FY2017 has been termed out.
IHH Healthcare Berhad (IHH) holds approximately 35.7% of Parkway Life REIT. IHH is 43.4% owned by Khazanah, the investment holding arm of the Government of Malaysia.