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Tritax Eurobox Plc

March 12, 2024
Harvest News
Tritax Eurobox

This months Fund in Focus is Tritax Eurobox Plc. Tritax is a London Stock Exchange listed property company specialising in investing in logistics properties across Europe. Its properties benefit from long term leases and index-linked rents. Again, the company generates significant surplus income on its rents which is distributed back to shareholders on a twice-yearly basis. The net asset value (NAV) of its investments is currently Stg£0.98 per share while its shares are currently trading at Stg£0.63, a discount of 32% to their underlying value. The current annual dividend yield on the shares is 7.7%.

Key Points

  • Tritax currently owns a portfolio of 24 logistics assets in continental Europe, diversified by geography and tenant, and valued at €1.6 billion.
  • The company recently disposed of three assets at a significant premium to book value.
  • Tritax has been reducing its gearing levels and targets a 40% debt to equity ratio at the end of 2024.
  • As index-linked rental increases kick in over the near future, we would expect annual dividend payments to rise steadily.

In our view, the fall in the share price since 2022, represents a value buying opportunity.

Tritax Eurobox Plc – 5 Year Share Price and NAV Performance 

Tritax Eurobox

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