This morning Senetas Corporation Limited (ASX: SEN) released its results for the financial year ending June 30, 2019. Below is a summary of the results with comparisons to the prior year.
- Revenue of $21.3m, compared to $18.97m
- Profit before tax and one offs $3.86m
- Statutory profit before tax $320k, compared to $4.43m
- Net loss after tax $463k, compared to profit of $1.95m
- Will pay a cash dividend of $0.000462 per share worth around $0.5m
- No debt and $17.9 million cash on hand
Andrew Wilson the CEO of the cyber-security company commented: “Whilst our Net Profit for FY2019 has been impacted by the first time recognition of Senetas’s share of the Votiro loss, changes to the nature of our R&D rebate and some other non-recurring items, our underlying operating profit excluding these items has seen strong growth over the prior year.”
Looking at its latest appendix 3B regulatory filing Senetas has a high 1.081 billion shares on issue to give it a market value around $80 million based on a 7.4 cents per share price.
The balance sheet is in decent shape and the company sits in the growing space of cyber security.
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