Source: Streetwise Reports 11/06/2020
The investment case for Nomad Royalty Company is made in a Velocity Trade Capital report.
In a July 7 report, analyst Michael Siperco reported that Velocity Trade Capital initiated coverage on a new royalty entrant, Nomad Royalty Company Ltd. (NSR:TSX; NSRXF:OTCQX), with an Outperform rating and a CA$2.25 target price. In comparison, Nomad is trading at about CA$1.41 per share.
“Nomad offers a pure play, precious metals royalty portfolio at a discount to peers, focused on near term cash flow and return, with rerate and growth potential that rivals producers in a higher margin, more diversified, lower risk investment,” Siperco added.
The analyst presented the key points about Nomad.
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One, the company, founded earlier this year, began with a “strong initial base of cash generating assets.” Of its 10 assets, four are royalties, four are streams, one is a gold loan and one is a future contingent payment. Five assets are currently producing, and another two are expected to begin doing so in 2021.
“By YE2021, without additional transactions, we expect Nomad to be at about a 25,000 ounce per annum run rate, generating +US$30 million per year in free cash flow at spot metal prices,” Siperco indicated.
Two, the company is expected to aggressively pursue further deals. Management is willing to consider a vast array of potential transactions in terms of jurisdiction, commodity type and structure, including partnerships, syndication, and perhaps even mergers and acquisitions.
“We see additional transactions, portfolio acquisitions and diversification driving dividend growth and multiple rerating over time, even as organic delivery/cash flow growth accelerates into 2021,” commented Siperco.
Three, Nomad’s top executives and co-founders, Vincent Metcalfe (CEO), Joseph de la Plante (chief investment officer) and Elif Levesque (chief financial officer), have had great success in the past, having expanded Osisko Royalties’ portfolio to more than 100-plus from one, in about five years’ time.
“We have a high degree of confidence in management’s ability to source new transactions and effectively manage the growth of the company,” Siperco noted.
Four, Nomad’s management team is focused on cash flow and returning cash to shareholders. For instance, it is looking at instituting a dividend policy.
Five, Nomad offers investors low-risk leverage to metal prices and value.
“While a gold-silver bull market may lead to higher torque among producers, the upside from a lower risk, rapidly growing, production-focused new entrant should be highly attractive,” Siperco purported.
Six, though Nomad is currently trading lower than the rest of the companies in the royalty and streaming sector, that is expected to change.
“We see additional transactions, portfolio acquisitions and diversification driving dividend growth and multiple rerating over time, even as organic delivery/cash flow growth accelerates into 2021,” Serpico wrote.
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