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Thomas Caldecott Chubb
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12 Sep 19
7 Dec 19
1 Feb 20


Company financial data Financial data

Quarter (USD) Aug 19 May 19 Feb 19 Nov 18
Revenue 302M 281.97M 298.54M 233.66M
Net income 29.84M 21.66M 16.68M 1.86M
Diluted EPS 1.76 1.29 0.99 0.11
Net profit margin 9.88% 7.68% 5.59% 0.80%
Operating income 40.26M 29.74M 22M 3.71M
Net change in cash 25.26M -2.83M 914K 359K
Cash on hand 30.76M 5.5M 8.33M 7.41M
Cost of revenue 122.18M 116.2M 134.13M 104.38M
Annual (USD) Feb 19 Jan 17 Jan 16 Jan 15
Revenue 1.11B 1.02B 969.29M 920.33M
Net income 66.29M 52.46M 30.56M 45.76M
Diluted EPS 3.94 3.15 1.85 2.78
Net profit margin 5.99% 5.13% 3.15% 4.97%
Operating income 90.59M 89.88M 97.51M 92.82M
Net change in cash 2M 9K 1.04M
Cash on hand 8.33M 6.33M 6.32M 5.28M
Cost of revenue 470.34M 442.28M 412.7M 402.38M

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Financial report summary

  • Our success depends on the reputation and value of our brands; any failure to maintain the reputation or value of our brands and/or to offer innovative, fashionable and desirable products could adversely affect our business operations and financial condition.
  • Our business and financial condition are heavily influenced by general economic conditions, which are outside of our control.
  • Cybersecurity attacks and/or breaches of information security or privacy could disrupt our operations, cause us to incur additional expenses, expose us to litigation and/or cause us financial harm.
  • The loss of one or more of our key wholesale customers, or a significant adverse change in a customer’s financial performance or financial position, could negatively impact our net sales and profitability.
  • We rely to a large extent on third party producers in foreign countries to meet our production demands, and failures by these producers to meet our requirements, the unavailability of suitable producers at reasonable prices and/or changes in international trade regulation may negatively impact our ability to deliver quality products to our customers on a timely basis, disrupt our supply chain or result in higher costs or reduced net sales.
  • Our operations are reliant on information technology and any interruption or other failure, including an inability to timely upgrade our systems, may impair our ability to provide products to our customers, efficiently conduct our operations and/or meet the needs of our management.
  • We rely on our primary distribution facilities in order to support our direct to consumer and wholesale operations, meet customer expectations, manage inventory, complete sales and achieve operating efficiencies, and any disruption or failure in these facilities may materially adversely affect our business or operations.
  • We may be unable to grow our business through organic growth, and any failure to successfully execute this aspect of our business strategy may have a material adverse effect on our business, financial condition, liquidity and results of operations.
  • The acquisition of new businesses and the divestiture or discontinuation of businesses and product lines have certain inherent risks, including, for example, strains on our management team and unexpected costs and other charges resulting from the transaction.
  • Our business is subject to various federal, foreign, state and local laws and regulations, and the costs of compliance with, or the violation of, such laws and regulations could have an adverse effect on our costs or operations.
  • Our business could be harmed if we fail to maintain proper inventory levels.
  • We may be unable to protect our trademarks and other intellectual property.
  • Fluctuations and volatility in the cost and availability of raw materials, labor and freight may materially increase our costs.
  • We are subject to risks associated with leasing real estate for our retail stores and restaurants, which generally consist of long-term leases negotiated at prevailing market rents.
  • Our geographic concentration of retail stores, restaurants and wholesale customers for certain of our brands exposes us to certain regional risks.
  • Our operations may be affected by changes in weather patterns, natural or man-made disasters, war, terrorism or other catastrophes.
  • We hold licenses for the use of other parties’ brand names, and we cannot guarantee our continued use of such brand names or the quality or salability of such brand names.
  • Our international direct to consumer and licensing operations may present risks that could have a material adverse effect on our business and financial position.
  • As a global apparel company, we may experience fluctuations in our tax liabilities and effective tax rate.
  • We make use of debt to finance our operations, which exposes us to risks that could adversely affect our business, financial position and operating results.
  • Labor-related matters, including labor disputes, may adversely affect our operations.
  • Our international operations, including foreign sourcing, result in an exposure to fluctuations in foreign currency exchange rates.
  • Our business could be impacted as a result of actions by activist shareholders or others.
Management Discussion
  • The discussion and tables below compare our statements of operations for the First Half of Fiscal 2019 to the First Half of Fiscal 2018. Each dollar and percentage change provided reflects the change between these fiscal periods unless indicated otherwise. Each dollar and share amount included in the tables is in thousands except for per share amounts. We have calculated all percentages based on actual data, and percentage columns may not add due to rounding. Individual line items of our consolidated statements of operations may not be directly comparable to those of our competitors, as classification of certain expenses may vary by company.
  • The Tommy Bahama net sales decrease of $6 million, or 2%, in the First Half of Fiscal 2019 reflects (1) a $5 million decrease in wholesale sales reflecting decreases in both full-price and off-price wholesale sales, (2) a $3 million decrease in restaurant sales primarily due to the net impact of certain restaurant closures, remodels and openings since the beginning of Fiscal 2018 as well as lower sales at existing restaurant locations and (3) a $2 million decrease in outlet store sales due to lower sales at existing outlet stores and the net sales impact of outlet store closures. These decreases were partially offset by a $4 million, or 2%, increase in comparable sales to $193 million in the First Half of Fiscal 2019
  • The Lanier Apparel net sales increase of $4 million, or 9%, in the First Half of Fiscal 2019 was primarily due to increased volume in various seasonal, in-stock and replenishment programs, including initial shipments for certain programs in the First Half of Fiscal 2019. These increases were partially offset by decreased sales in other programs, including lower volume for programs resulting from the exit of certain programs and customers, including programs with customers who filed for bankruptcy in Fiscal 2018 and certain programs that had initial shipments in the First Half of Fiscal 2018. While the Cole Haan and Duck Head businesses both had significant sales growth rates in the First Half of Fiscal 2019, those business still represent a small proportion of Lanier Apparel’s net sales. We expect the net sales at Lanier Apparel for the remainder of Fiscal 2019 to grow at a more modest rate than the sales growth rate achieved for the First Half of Fiscal 2019.
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