Earnings Report /
Singapore

Grab Holdings: Revenue surge is an opportunity to Grab the stock

  • Grab reported US$228mn revenue in Q1, which was in excess of market expectations and our forecast

  • We raise our FY 22-23 revenue expectations as the ride-hailing business takes off

  • Grab has been unjustly punished in the Tech collapse. We reiterate our Buy recommendation and our US$6.10 target price

Grab Holdings: Revenue surge is an opportunity to Grab the stock
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam
Nirgunan Tiruchelvam

Head of Consumers Equity Research

Tellimer Research
19 May 2022
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Grab Holdings has reported an outstanding set of Q1 22 results, with revenue of US$228mn exceeding market expectations by 61%.

1Q22 results as a % of our forecast and consensus

We are very positive about Grab as a marquee EM tech play and it is well positioned to emerge as ASEAN’s premier super app. The take rate (the fee charged by the platform on a transaction) has improved yoy in all three segments – delivery, mobility and financial services.

Management has stressed the following:

  • It expects FY gross merchandise value (GMV) to be 30-35% higher yoy; and

  • It expects FY revenue to rise from US$1.2bn to US$1.3bn.

We value Grab using the DCF methodology, as follows:

Grab: FCFF valuation

Our SOTP-based valuation is as follows:

Grab: SOTP

We will revert with detailed insights after the results call.