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Idp Education

Empresa en crecimiento, a tasas superiores al 10% en los últimos años. Altos retornos de capital.
Buenos beneficios en el último trimestre.
Alcista desde su salida a bolsa

Resultados
https://www.idp.com/global/aboutus/n...on-fy16-result

Ratios financieros
http://markets.ft.com/data/equities/...ials?s=IEL:ASX

IDP Education FY16 Result
IDP Education Limited (ASX: IEL) today announced its financial results for the 2016 financial year (FY16).

For the twelve months to 30 June 2016, the Company reported total revenue of $361.6 million, an increase of 17% compared to FY15. Net profit after tax (NPAT) was $39.9 million which represents growth of 32% compared to the FY15 pro-forma.

Andrew Barkla, IDP Education Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, said the results reflected a continuation of the Company’s strong underlying organic growth profile across each of its product categories: Student Placement, English Language Testing and English Language Teaching.

According to Mr Barkla, IDP Education’s operational and financial highlights during FY16 included:

- Record full year revenue and earnings with double-digit revenue growth in each of the Company’s core product categories

- Very strong performance from Student Placement with the highlight being a 100% increase in revenue from the placement of students to UK, USA, Canada and New Zealand (IDP Education’s ‘multi-destination’ countries)

- Revenue from IDP Education’s Australian Student Placement business up 17% driven by solid growth in both volumes and average fees

- English Language Testing performing strongly with revenue from IDP Education’s global IELTS operations up 11% on FY15

- Strong cash generation which resulted in a balance sheet with $35.4m of net cash as at 30 June 2016

Importantly, the results exceeded the forecasts provided in IDP Education’s IPO prospectus dated 12 November 2015, with EBIT 6.0% ahead of forecast and NPAT 12% above.

The strong performance reflected the combined effect of volume and price growth in each of the company’s business lines.

In Student Placement, volume growth of 18% combined with an average realised fee increase of 13% to deliver 33% revenue growth for the year. Within this category, the Company’s ‘multi-destination’ strategy delivered strong results with placement volumes to the UK, USA, Canada and New Zealand up 72% relative to FY15.
Mr Barkla commented that the “growth and diversification benefits of the multi-destination strategy is clearly evident in the result with our China and India businesses in particular delivering strong results”.

In English Language Testing, IDP Education’s IELTS volumes were up 4% for the year which, combined with a 7% increase in average realised fee, drove the 11% revenue growth for the year. The result reflected the benefits of a broadly diversified global portfolio of testing locations and recognising organisations. IDP Education’s IELTS operations in Asia experienced strong growth during the year with India in particular benefiting from surging demand for study and migration in key English speaking countries.

IDP Education’s English Language Teaching business posted revenue growth of 26%. This was again driven by volume and price growth with a 14% increase in student volumes combining with a 10% increase in average course fees. The Company’s Cambodian schools were stand-out performers and continue to be market leaders in that country.

https://www.idp.com/global/aboutus/n...on-fy16-result


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A punto de romper los máximos históricos. Empresa con deuda casi cero y gran crecimiento
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Tranquilo superpako, relajate un poco si te van mal las inversiones. A mí me van muy bien. Mañana vuelve a subir, la voy calentando con el microondas. Je,je

Tomate un carajillo,o un buen carajo, como quieras, je,je

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Mete en el popular paquito rito
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Roza los máximos históricos.


Análisis técnico de la acción
https://es.investing.com/equities/id...-ltd-technical
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Se pone en subida libre. La empresa tiene unos retornos de capital espectaculares


https://www.google.com/finance?q=ASX...CwD8uYUOG6usAD
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ROE del 50% Espectacular!
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How IDP Education Limited (ASX:IEL) Delivered A Better ROE Than Its Industry?

Phillip Young June 21, 2017
IDP Education Limited (ASX:IEL) delivered 57.9% ROE in the last year. However, to put IDP Education’s Return on Equity in perspective, we must compare it to the performance of its industry, which averaged an ROE of 23.15%. Although, IDP Education appears to outperform the industry, we can call it more efficient only after assessing the role of leverage in generating those returns and its sustainability based on current financial health.


https://simplywall.st/news/2017/06/....-its-industry/
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Pues ya se puso en subida libre. Recordaros que tiene deuda nula, roe del 50% .
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The IDP Education Ltd (ASX: IEL) share price has climbed 30% over the first half of 2017 as investors warm to the higher education group’s recent results and outlook as a higher education services business.
IDP Education’s core business is the provision of English Language Testing Services (IELTS) that students or workers take as part of work, visa, or higher education course requirements.
It also offers student placement services by finding courses suitable for students who wish to study overseas. This part of the business is growing strongly for example thanks to growing demand from Indian and Chinese students to study in destinations like Australia.
For the six-months ending December 31 2016 the group posted EBITDA of $36.4 million on revenues of $198.8 million, which represents growth of 12% and 5% over the prior corresponding half.
The company has also recently acquired a UK-based online student recruitment business named Hotcourses for around $50 million, with another small investment in a Chinese company that helps students prepare for the IELTS.
IPD shares are down 1.7% to $5.09 today, but still near a record high of $5.27 hit earlier in the week.

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The share price of
IDP Education Ltd
(ASX: IEL) could be poised to rally to a fresh record high even after it staged a 25% rally since the start of this calendar year, if Morgan Stanley is to be believed.


The stock has been consolidating around the $5 mark for the past month and the broker thinks there is an 80% chance the international student placement services company will outperform the market in the next 60 days and run up towards its price target of $5.75.

Jump on for the ride! One of the key drivers for the bullish call is the broker’s belief that the strong structural industry tailwinds are sustainable given China’s ongoing transition to a high-income economy and Australia’s position to support this transition.

The company is stepping up its China operations through an agreement to buy 20% of HCP Limited, a Chinese company specialising in delivering English language test preparation materials via social media and a mobile app.

We will see an increase in the computerisation of such tests with the Australian government aiming to deliver a computer-based International English Language Testing System (IELTS) by the end of this calendar year. This could prove to be an inflection point for the stock, according to Morgan Stanley.

In spite of the tighter immigration control implemented by our government and the scrapping of the 457 visas, the broker sees limited impact to IDP Education’s bottom line. In fact, Morgan Stanley believes our government is promoting study as the preferred path to immigration.

These factors, including potential market share gains, should continue to support the company’s above-industry earnings growth.

“We see defensive earnings, unexposed to the domestic Australian economy and leveraged to a projected lower Australian dollar,” said Morgan Stanley.

“We believe the stock will trade towards our price target of $5.75, which implies that it holds its multiple and grows into its valuation.”

The lower Australian dollar is a big driver for international student growth as it will make our higher-educational institutions more cost competitive compared to those in other key western markets like the US and UK.



http://www.fool.com.au/2017/07/12/to...t-term-bounce/
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IDP Education Fair 2017 Commences; Opportunities Ahead


by Geeta Rai

Representational ImageAustralian Education Fair commenced from 22nd January and will be held across 14 cities in India in coming weeks. It is one of the most awaited events for aspiring students to go abroad for further studies. IDP Education India, considered the leaders in placement service is organising this fair to attract students with dreams to study in Australia.
The fair promises to bring most of the promising universities as well as institutes of Australia. Kolkata has been chosen as the first venue and the fair will continue until the 9th of February in other 13 cities including Chandigarh, Mumbai, Delhi, Coimbatore, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Kochi, and Ludhiana.
Country Director of IDP, India Mr. Piyush Kumar said “IDP seeks to provide a platform to aspiring students to come and have a face-to-face interaction with the university representatives and get answers to all their queries related to studying in Australia. In total 40 Australian universities and institutions are participating in the fair. It is a free platform for all students to gauge their prospects, apply directly to the institution of their choice and get first- hand information on courses, scholarships etc.”
He further added “Australian education has always attracted Indian students for its quality and the availability of post-study work opportunities make it even more attractive. Also 20, out of 39 Australian universities feature in world’s Top 400 Times Higher Education Rankings.”
From this fair, meritorious candidates will have the opportunity to avail waiver in fee. It can go up to 50% discount on the tuition fee for those students who have the potential. This will make more students participate in the fair.
What is IDP?
IDP is known as the leading placement service provider to students in almost 32 countries. They have the global presence with 100 centers of placement. IDP Education Limited has the reputation of being listed in ASX and 50% of the company is owned by 38 universities of Australia. It has been in the business for over 4 decades, 45 years precisely and has provided excellent placements to over 400,000 students across.
India has 23 centers for counselling of IDP. It has connected a great bond with the students and their families. Great work is done so far!
IELTS
Everyone is aware of IELTS and IDP is a co-owner of IELTS. It is a lethal combination for students. IELTS is also owned by British Council providing students of quality English Assessment. It is a body proficient in English language assessment and an ACE player assessing approximately 2.5 million tests every year.
Let us see wait for the outcome of this fair that claims to be one of the best in its niche.
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The IDP Education Ltd share price has gone nuts in 2017



The IDP Education Ltd (ASX: IEL) share price has climbed 30% over the first half of 2017 as investors warm to the higher education group’s recent results and outlook as a higher education services business.
IDP Education’s core business is the provision of English Language Testing Services (IELTS) that students or workers take as part of work, visa, or higher education course requirements.
It also offers student placement services by finding courses suitable for students who wish to study overseas. This part of the business is growing strongly for example thanks to growing demand from Indian and Chinese students to study in destinations like Australia.
For the six-months ending December 31 2016 the group posted EBITDA of $36.4 million on revenues of $198.8 million, which represents growth of 12% and 5% over the prior corresponding half.
The company has also recently acquired a UK-based online student recruitment business named Hotcourses for around $50 million, with another small investment in a Chinese company that helps students prepare for the IELTS.
IPD shares are down 1.7% to $5.09 today, but still near a record high of $5.27 hit earlier in the week.
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Cada vez están en más paises. No paran de abrir oficinas. Tiene unos fabulosos retornos sobre el capital, y casi sin deuda.
Yo creo que podría subir bastante en los próximos meses/años


Ultima noticias, las nuevas aperturas en India

http://blog.canada.idp.com/
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IDP Education acquires Hotcourses Group for £30m

Tagged with Australia, Hotcourses, Hotcourses Abroad, Hotcourses Group, IDP Education, UK.
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Global student placement company, IDP Education, has acquired the Hotcourses Group for £30.1m. The purchase will add some of the world’s largest education search websites including Whatuni, The Complete University Guide and Hotcourses Abroad to the student recruitment giant’s portfolio.



We see an opportunity with the international students to provide them with part-time work but as they get through their study period obviously looking to extend our services into areas like internship and ultimately doing that with close relationships with employers in both the destination markets and source markets,” he said. “So that’s still very much part of our strategy vision, but we’re putting one foot in front of the other right now.”
The Hotcourses Group was established in 1996 by Mike Elms and Jeremy Hunt, a conservative MP and currently the UK’s Health Secretary, as an educational print directory for learning opportunities in London. It now employs more than 300 people with offices in the UK, Australia, Asia and North America.
In 2013, the company’s shareholders – excluding Hunt – held detailed talks with Inflexion Private Equity about a takeover, but abandoned the discussions after failing to agree on terms.
Australia-based IDP Education is a co-owner of IELTS, and is 50% owned by 38 Australian universities through Education Australia Limited. The remaining 50% is traded on the ASX.
It launched an IPO in 2015 selling 125.1 million shares, priced at A$2.65 each, giving it a market capitalisation of A$663.3m.
It also owns and operates 10 English language schools in Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand.
The sale of the Hotcourses Group is expected to be completed by the end of January 2017. Barkla said he expects Hotcourses to contribute to IDP earnings starting in FY 2018 which begins July 1 this year.
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Está imparable
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Sigue la fuerte expansión


Canada the big beneficiary as students turn away from Trump


IDP Education’s recruitment for US colleges and universities fell 29 per cent in the second half of 2017, after rising by the same margin last financial year.
Meanwhile placements in Canada more than doubled, with volumes rising 105 per cent compared to a 59 per cent increase in 2015-16.
The figures add to indications that students are deserting Donald Trump’s US — with other English-speaking countries including Australia the likely beneficiaries — and highlight the profits and pitfalls of international education.
IDP chief executive Andrew Barkla said policy developments in the US, particularly the tightening of visas for Indians, had affected students’ appetite to study there.
“If they can’t get into the US, an obvious next choice is Canada,” Mr Barkla said.
He said the trend illustrated the benefits of IDP’s move years ago to recruit students for multiple destinations rather than focusing on Australia.
“We can give them options, and help them regardless of what sociopolitical challenge one market might be facing. It’s giving us a chance to participate in the global market place, which de-risks the business in many respects.”
IDP’s results for the first half of this financial year, released yesterday, show student placements are an increasing contributor to the bottom line as the company diversifies from its staple activity of English language testing.
Placements contributed 28 per cent of the company’s $189.8m in revenue in the first half of 2016-17, compared with 26 per cent last financial year and 22 per cent the year before. Total net profit rose 3.8 per cent to $24.1m.
Revenue growth from IDP’s flagship IELTS English language tests languished at 2 per cent in the first half of 2016-17, compared with 11 per cent for student placements. However, Mr Barkla said these figures were not a true reflection of the growth, which was masked by currency fluctuations.
IDP is exposed to movements in the pound because it pays a quarterly fee to Cambridge English Language Assessment, co-owner of IELTS, in sterling.
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Resultados del Q2, otro gran acierto



IDP Education FY17 Result


Published on August 22, 2017




IDP Education Limited (ASX: IEL) today announced its results for the 2017 financial year (FY17).
For the twelve months to 30 June 2017, the company reported total revenue of $394.2 million, an increase of 9% compared to FY16. Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) was $68.4 million which represents growth of 12% compared to FY16.

On a constant currency basis, the company recorded strong growth. After removing the effects of foreign exchange movements between FY17 and FY16, total revenue increased 13% and EBITDA was up 17%.

IDP Education Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, Andrew Barkla, said the performance reflected the continuation of IDP Education’s organic growth strategy and provided solid financial foundations for the company’s digital transformation.

“In FY17 we defined a vision to build the world’s leading platform and connected community to guide international students through their study journey to achieve their learning and career goals,” Mr Barkla said.

“To enable this vision, this year we invested significantly in building a network of brands, platforms and data to give us unparalleled insights into the behaviours and needs of customers,” he said.

IDP Education’s operational and financial highlights during FY17 included:
  • Record full year revenue and earnings with growth in each of the company’s core product categories
  • Strong performance from Student Placement with the highlight being a 127% increase in placement volumes to Canada and a 26% increase in volumes to the UK
  • Revenue from IDP Education’s Australian Student Placement business up 14% driven by solid growth in both volumes and average fees
  • English Language Testing performed well with revenue from IDP Education’s global IELTS operations up 6% on FY16
  • Acquisition of Hotcourses which significantly enhanced IDP Education’s digital reach and capability
  • Introduction of new value added services for students studying in Australia
  • Strong cash generation which resulted in a balance sheet with $2.4m of net cash as at 30 June 2017
The performance of IDP Education in FY17 represents a continuation of the organic growth that the company has been experiencing over the past five years. This growth has been underpinned by the ongoing global growth in the international education industry and the central role of English as a key global language. IDP Education has a global footprint and diversified business model that benefits from both of these global trends.

IDP Education’s Asian operations posted another strong year of growth and continue to be a key driver of the company’s profitability with more than 65% of group EBIT (excluding corporate overhead) coming from the region in FY17.
The region includes both India and China which are the key engines of growth for the international education industry more broadly. These countries have large populations that are experiencing rising wealth and a high propensity to invest in education both domestically and abroad.

IDP Education’s English Language Testing business also had a solid year. FY17 saw IDP expand its IELTS network to Nepal, Japan, Greece, Germany and Cyprus. This helped contribute to a 6% increase on the number of tests (909,800) IDP Education delivered compared to FY16.

In FY17, the number of organisations recognising IELTS results reached 10,000. This cemented the test’s position as the world’s most recognised high-stakes test for study, work and migration purposes – a significant milestone for IDP and its IELTS partners, the British Council and Cambridge English Language Assessment.

IDP Education’s English Language Teaching business posted revenue growth of 4%. This was driven by volume growth with an 11% increase in courses delivered across the company’s 10 schools. The company’s Cambodian business was the stand-out performer and continues to be a market leader in that country.
Results overview

* “Constant Currency Growth” is calculated by restating the prior comparable period’s financial results using the actual FX rates that were recorded during the current period
**IDP Education considers NPATA (net profit after tax and after adding back the tax effected amortisation expense related to acquired intangibles), rather than NPAT, to be a more meaningful measure of after tax profit due to the non-cash amortisation of acquired intangibles that is reflected in reported NPAT
IDP Education’s Board of Directors has declared a final dividend of 5.5 cents per share which is expected to be 55% franked. The record date for the dividend will be 7th September 2017 with payment to be made on 28th September 2017.

"Looking to FY18, our focus is on the global roll-out of a new digital platform to underpin our digital transformation,” Mr Barkla said.

“We are setting out to build the world’s most definitive database and connected international student community.

“The compelling rationale for this investment in technology infrastructure and innovation is the consolidation of our global data into one comprehensive view of international students’ behaviours and needs.

“Our aim is to enable our expert education advisors to connect with students much earlier in their decision-making journey and continue that relationship as the student moves from their home country to their study country, and then beyond into employment.

“IDP Education’s customers access our services at life-changing junctures. Our goal is to support more students, and provide them greater choices and opportunities to realise their global ambitions,” he said.




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Je,je. Como me gusta que suba y crezca. De 4 a 5,30 y lo que le queda campeón.
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Je,je. Como me gusta que suba y crezca. De 4 a 5,30 y lo que le queda campeón.
http://www.inverforo.com/foro/bolsa/46726-ether.html

:-) no pasa nada seguramente me vaya mejor a mi, 2 casitas me voy a comprar en 5 meses de inversión y con 27 años
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Fortísima, 5% arriba, en subida libre. Ya lo comenté , la expansión de la empresa es brutal, con beneficios crecientes y sin deuda


http://www.google.com/finance?q=ASX%...MsOGsAGpp7SoCw


5,70!!!!!



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