Published today on Il Sole 24 Ore the research by K Finance, Italian partner of Clairfield International, in collaboration with Borsa Italiana, on the attractiveness of Italian sectors, 2017 edition. The photograph taken by K Finance on a sample of over 49,000 companies of 17 sectors based on the 2016 financial statements reveals more dynamic, less bank-centric companies, willing to open up capital and to project themselves more and more on international markets, in other words more attractive for investors and industrial partners. Among all, technology is highlighted, followed by media and tourism. At the bottom is the food sector, preceded by raw materials.
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We are now on the fourth appointment with Italian Security Leaders, Top 25, the awaited financial survey developed annually by the magazine a & s Italy together with analyst KF Economics.
It is therefore time to take stock also on the four-year plan, comparing the performance of the security sector over the entire period of time between 2011 and 2014, with a look already projected, however, on this 2015 closing. Well, while analyzing a non-brilliant four-year period for the Italian economy as a whole, the survey reveals the photographer of a now mature sector, which is growing continuously without compromising its profitability.
Here is the link to the report: italian-security-leader-top25-2015_it
Secondo il rapporto Allianz Risk Barometer 2016, l’interruzione delle attività e della supply chain (BI) rimane per il quarto anno consecutivo il rischio principale per le aziende a livello mondiale (38%). Tuttavia, molte aziende sono preoccupate che le perdite dovute a BI, che solitamente derivano da danni materiali, siano sempre più provocate da attacchi informatici, guasti tecnici o instabilità geopolitica, ovvero da danni immateriali.
In effetti le perdite per BI nelle aziende stanno aumentando e rappresentano, rispetto al decennio scorso, una percentuale maggiore delle perdite complessive, e spesso superano ampiamente le perdite materiali dirette, come mostra l’analisi AGCS sugli indennizzi assicurativi. Le cause principali di interruzione delle attività temute dalle aziende sono le catastrofi naturali (51%), seguite dagli incendi/esplosioni (46%). Tuttavia, secondo i dati del sondaggio, le aziende multinazionali si preoccupano sempre più dell’impatto negativo dell’instabilità geopolitica, poiché guerre o sommosse possono influire sulle loro supply chain, mentre i dipendenti o i beni possono essere oggetto di atti terroristici.
Per la prima volta, fra i primi tre rischi aziendali, rientrano in seconda posizione “l’Evoluzione del mercato” (34%) e in terza gli “Incidenti informatici” (28%). Questi ultimi sono anche indicati come il più alto rischio per le aziende nei prossimi dieci anni. Le catastrofi naturali, invece, perdono due posizioni rispetto alla scorsa rilevazione, classificandosi al quarto posto. Questo riflette il fatto che nel 2015 le perdite dovute a disastri naturali hanno raggiunto il loro livello minimo dal 2009.
The financial attractiveness thermometer rewards tourism and the leisure supply chain. The pharmaceutical sector and the media sector follow on an equal footing.
The financial attractiveness thermometer rewards tourism and the leisure supply chain. The pharmaceutical sector and the media sector follow on an equal footing. The real surprise, however, is the car, which earns the bronze medal.
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Final analysis report of the Safety sector based on the 2013 financial statements
Preview report on 2013 financial statements
The magazine a & s Italy, leader in technical publishing for the security sector, in collaboration with KF Economics have drawn up the second edition of the “Italian Security Leaders, Top 25” survey. The survey shows a picture of the performance of the players who dominate the Italian security market, providing particularly important indices to frame the state of health and trends that govern a sector that, even in 2012, boasted a respectable performance.
At a glance, there is a decline in revenues compared to the excellent 2011, but this is an extremely limited value and which indeed represents the stability of the sector, especially when looking at margins. In short, even in the austerity of 2012, the companies that produce, distribute and install security technologies in many cases have had the ability to safeguard profitability. The principle that “being generalists doesn’t always pay off” was confirmed: both producers operating in multiple segments and companies with a mixed production and distribution model lose turnover and have modest profitability. On the contrary, companies focused on specific operating segments seem to bring home better results.
The distributors sector, which had recorded very sustained growth in 2011 (over 50%), slowed growth (+ 2%) while maintaining normal gross profitability (EBITDA / V around 5%);
system integrators confirm a higher profitability than distributors (around 7% as in 2011), but growth has stopped (-3% compared to 8% in 2011);
producers show a higher average profitability than distributors and integrators (we are talking about 11%, higher than 8% in 2011), but also in this case the double-digit growth in turnover recorded in 2011 has stopped (-1 %); among the manufacturing companies belonging to the sample analyzed, the segment that is most profitable is that of Anti-intrusion, accompanied by Fire Protection and Access Control. This data, partly the result of the peculiarity of the sample analyzed (which does not include multinationals, mainly dedicated to video surveillance technologies), can also be assessed in terms of the historicity of the anti-intrusion companies and greater customer loyalty; video surveillance, which had shown great growth in 2011 (over 30%), suffered a notable stop (-11%), however offset by a slight improvement in modest profitability (from about 4% to 5%). This data can also be analyzed in relation to the constant increase in the offer, which also includes operators from other sectors (IT, surveillance) and the simultaneous reduction in the costs of the units sold, especially for new generation technologies (IP video); access control, which had a high profitability (10%) but did not grow, in 2012 instead grew (+ 10%) but at the same time lost a lot of profitability (3% in 2012).
The financial solidity of the companies collected in the sample confirms that also in 2012 the security sector was able to express average values of absolute excellence compared to the manufacturing industry average. From this point of view, producers are the segment that generates the most value, compared to distributors and system integrators, while producers / distributors have a considerable solidity / rating but a lower average financial value index.
Download the full report here: TOP 25_AS_24_13
KF Economics in partnership con A&S, rivista leader del comparto sicurezza, ha istituito un osservatorio che ha come principali risultati lo studio annuale denominato “TOP25 Security Leaders”.