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CIBT Reviews Monetary Outcomes for Fiscal Yr Ended August 31, 2022

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 29, 2022 / CIBT Training Group Inc. (“CIBT” or the “Firm“) (TSX:MBA, OTCQX Worldwide:MBAIF) reviews that it has filed on SEDAR its annual audited consolidated monetary statements (the “Annual Monetary Statements“) and associated Administration’s Dialogue & Evaluation (the “MD&A“) (collectively, the “2022 Monetary Report“) for the fiscal yr ended August 31, 2022 (“Fiscal 2022“). This information launch needs to be learn together with the 2022 Monetary Report in its entirety. To assessment the 2022 Monetary Report, please go to CIBT’s profile at www.sedar.com.

The next desk presents chosen monetary information from the 2022 Monetary Report with comparisons. All figures are in hundreds of Canadian {dollars}, besides share and per share information, except in any other case famous.

Fiscal 2022

Fiscal 2021

% Change(3)

Complete revenues

$

73,235

$

60,869

20

Instructional revenues – SSCC (1)

$

39,784

$

40,282

(1)

Instructional revenues – SSLC/VIC (1)

$

10,173

$

3,280

210

Instructional revenues – CIBT China (1)

$

2,577

$

2,671

(4)

Rental revenues – GECH (1)

$

18,547

$

9,878

88

Growth charges – GECH and Company

$

588

$

3,134

(81)

Design and promoting revenues – IRIX (1)

$

581

$

996

(42)

Commissions and referral charges – GEA (1)

$

985

$

628

57

Gross revenue (2)

$

41,962

$

35,200

19

Different bills

$

(34,114)

$

(33,956)

Finance prices

(8,467)

(12,513)

32

Web achieve (loss) on funding property honest worth modifications

8,650

8,802

(2)

Different revenue, web

1,945

8,175

(76)

Provision for anticipated credit score losses on growth and different property

(26,940)

n/a

Impairment of growth property

(40,000)

n/a

Earnings (loss) earlier than revenue taxes

$

(56,964)

$

5,708

(1,098)

Earnings tax restoration (expense)

1,194

(531)

325

Web revenue (loss)

$

(55,770)

$

5,177

(1,177)

Web revenue (loss) attributable to CIBT shareholders

$

(15,336)

$

4,703

(426)

Earnings (loss) per share – CIBT shareholders

Primary

$

(0.22)

$

0.07

(414)

Diluted

$

(0.22)

$

(0.01)

(2,100)

EBITDA [Non-IFRS] (2)

$

(39,148)

$

21,409

(283)

Adjusted EBITDA [Non-IFRS] (2)

$

18,652

$

12,775

46

(1) As outlined beneath below “About CIBT Training Group Inc.”
(2) Please seek advice from “Non-IFRS Monetary Measures” on the finish of this information launch.
(3) Proportion change quantities replicate the relative change within the particular person steadiness with the affect (destructive or optimistic) on web revenue.

The next tables reconcile EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA, non-IFRS monetary measures, to probably the most immediately comparable IFRS measure disclosed within the 2022 Monetary Report, which is web revenue (loss).

Fiscal 2022

Fiscal 2021

Web revenue (loss)

$

(55,770)

$

5,177

Deduct: curiosity revenue

(775)

(3,463)

Add: curiosity expense

11,726

12,365

Add: revenue tax expense (restoration)

(1,194)

531

Add: depreciation and amortization

6,865

6,799

EBITDA [non-IFRS]

$

(39,148)

$

21,409

Fiscal 2022

Fiscal 2021

EBITDA [non-IFRS] 1

$

(39,148)

$

21,409

Deduct achieve on modifications in honest worth of funding properties

(8,650)

(8,802)

Add provision for anticipated credit score losses on growth and different property

26,940

Add impairment of growth property

40,000

Add loss /deduct (achieve) on derivatives, web

(490)

168

Adjusted EBITDA [non-IFRS] 1

$

18,652

$

12,775

“We’re happy to report that our complete income in Fiscal 2022 has elevated considerably to over $73 million regardless of half of our fiscal yr being impacted by COVID-19 restrictions,” stated Toby Chu, Chairman, President and Chief Government Officer of CIBT. “After the provincial and federal restrictions had been lifted at the start of April 2022, all verticals of our enterprise gained vital traction, leading to a fast restoration with our general revenues surpassing Fiscal 2021, with some segments exceeding pre-COVID ranges. Most notably, our worldwide academic and rental segments noticed a considerable enhance in income in Fiscal 2022 in comparison with Fiscal 2021.”

Toby added, “One in every of our growth tasks in Richmond, British Columbia, the place a GEC® restricted partnership paid a deposit for the longer term buy of two towers from a neighborhood developer, encountered an unlucky setback. In response to the developer’s filed court docket paperwork within the Firms’ Collectors Association Act (the “CCAA“), the developer’s lender ceased funding in March 2020 which led to the developer submitting for creditor safety below the CCAA in April 2022. Based mostly on details and circumstances and greatest info obtainable at August 31, 2022, sure balances related to these deposits and associated property had been impaired leading to a non-cash cost of $66,940. On the finish of every reporting interval, the Firm will assess if any portion of this impairment could also be reversed. There isn’t a debt owed by GECH related to this undertaking. We’re pursuing authorized motion towards the lender for damages and different reduction.

“All different GECH tasks carried out properly regardless of the pandemic, reflecting that the Firm’s pupil rental and training companies are counter-cyclical to the financial cycles and complementary to one another. Total, our Adjusted EBITDA [1] for Fiscal 2022 of $18.652 million underscores our enterprise’s constant progress all through the pandemic durations. We plan to proceed to broaden our portfolio to capitalize on the rising want for rental properties in Metro Vancouver.”

Key Monetary Highlights in Fiscal 2022 in comparison with Fiscal 2021:

  • Complete income for Fiscal 2022 was $73.235 million, a rise of 20%.

  • Worldwide training income from SSLC/VIC was $10.173 million, a rise of 210%.

  • Rental income from the GECH housing division was $18.547 million, a rise of 88%.

  • Adjusted EBITDA 1 was $18.652 million, a rise of 46%.

Key Operational Highlights in Fiscal 2022:

  • Enrollment of worldwide college students elevated considerably from Fiscal 2021.

  • Occupancy charges for all GEC® properties reached practically 100% as of August 31, 2022, whereas the rental price and every day lodge price reached historic highs.

  • Since GECH’s acquisition of GEC® Marine Gateway in October 2020, GECH has elevated its rental revenue and its web working revenue for this property. Correspondingly, the appraised worth of GEC® Marine Gateway at August 31, 2022 appreciated to $64.0 million from our authentic buy value of $48.5 million, a rise of 32% in 22 months since its acquisition.

  • Building of GEC® King Edward is in its completion section, and the occupancy allow is predicted earlier than March 2023. This property will add roughly 190 beds to the Firm’s portfolio.

  • GEC Training Mega Middle® is awaiting remaining studying with the Metropolis of Surrey whereas the assessment of its growth and constructing permits are on the remaining stage.

  • GEC® CyberCity stays within the rezoning section pending metropolis approvals.

Materials occasions occurring after August 31, 2022 embody:

  • GEC® Oakridge acquired its rezoning approval in 2021 and remaining studying (Enactment of the Bylaw) on November 15, 2022, and the Firm expects the event and constructing permits might be issued inside 90 days. The undertaking is a deliberate 18-storey concrete residential rental tower accommodating roughly 475 occupants.

  • In November 2022, the Firm fashioned a brand new restricted partnership related to a brand new undertaking known as GEC® Langara, with plans to buy a property close to the Cambie Avenue Canada Line station.

  • The plan is to assemble each GEC® Oakridge and GEC® Langara concurrently to attain economies of scale associated to development prices.

About CIBT Training Group:

CIBT Training Group Inc. is one among Canada’s largest training and pupil housing funding firms, centered on the home and world training market since 1994. CIBT owns enterprise and language schools, student-centric rental residences, recruitment centres and company workplaces at 45 places in Canada and overseas. Its training subsidiaries embody Sprott Shaw Faculty Corp. (“SSCC“) (established in 1903), Sprott Shaw Language Faculty (“SSLC“), Vancouver Worldwide Faculty Profession Campus (“VIC“) and CIBT College of Enterprise & Know-how Corp. (“CIBT China“). CIBT gives over 150 academic applications in healthcare, enterprise administration, e-commerce, cyber-security, lodge administration, and language coaching by way of these faculties. In 2021, CIBT serviced over 10,000 home and worldwide college students by way of its academic and rental housing subsidiaries.

CIBT owns International Training Metropolis Holdings Inc. (“GECH“), an funding holding and growth Firm centered on education-related real-estate akin to student-centric rental residences, a lodge and training super-centres. Underneath the GEC® model, GECH gives lodging companies to 90 faculties in Metro Vancouver, serving 1,500 college students from 71 nations. The entire portfolio and growth price range below the GEC® model close to $1.5 billion.

CIBT additionally owns International Training Alliance Inc. (“GEA“) and Irix Design Group Inc. (“IRIX“). GEA recruits worldwide college students for a lot of elite kindergartens, major and secondary faculties, schools and universities in North America. Irix Design is a number one design and promoting firm primarily based in Vancouver, Canada. Go to us on-line and watch our company video at www.cibt.web.

For extra info, contact:

Toby Chu
Chairman, President & CEO
CIBT Training Group Inc.

Investor Relations Contact: 1-604-871-9909 extension 319 or | Electronic mail: data@cibt.web

FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

Some statements on this information launch include forward-looking info (the “forward-looking statements“) about CIBT Training Group Inc. and its plans. Ahead-looking statements are statements that aren’t historic details. Ahead-looking statements on this information launch embody, with out limitation, that the occupancy allow for GEC® King Edward is predicted by March 2023 and that this undertaking will add roughly 190 beds to the Firm’s portfolio; that GEC® Oakridge and GEC® Langara might be constructed concurrently, thereby reaching economies of scale associated to development prices; and that GEC® Oakridge will obtain growth and constructing permits inside 90 days, and upon completion, accommodate roughly 475 occupants. The forward-looking statements are topic to numerous dangers, uncertainties and different elements (collectively, the “Dangers“) that would trigger CIBT’s precise outcomes or achievements to vary materially from these expressed in or implied by forward-looking statements. The Dangers embody, with out limitation, customary dangers of the development trade, surprising delays or necessities of the relevant municipalities, and the danger elements recognized within the MD&A forming a part of the 2022 Monetary Report. Ahead-looking statements are primarily based on the beliefs, opinions and expectations of CIBT’s administration on the time they’re made, and CIBT doesn’t assume any obligation to replace its forward-looking statements if these beliefs, opinions or expectations, or different circumstances ought to change, besides as could also be required by legislation.

NON-IFRS FINANCIAL MEASURES

The Firm has included sure non-IFRS monetary measures all through this doc together with: (a) Earnings earlier than Curiosity, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization (“EBITDA“); (b) Adjusted EBITDA which is EBITDA adjusted for the achieve (loss) on change in honest worth of the Firm’s funding properties, the availability for anticipated credit score losses on growth and different property, the impairment of growth property, and the achieve (loss) on change in honest worth of by-product devices; and (c) Gross Revenue (“Gross Revenue“) which is the distinction between income and direct prices of gross sales. These non-IFRS monetary measurements don’t have any standardized that means as prescribed by IFRS and are due to this fact unlikely to be similar to related measures offered by different issuers. Accordingly, these efficiency measures are meant to supply further info and shouldn’t be thought-about in isolation or as an alternative choice to measures of efficiency ready in accordance with IFRS. Administration makes use of EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA metrics to measure the revenue traits of the enterprise models and segments within the consolidated group because it eliminates the results of financing choices. Administration makes use of Gross Revenue to evaluate how effectively the Firm generates revenue from the sale of products or companies. Sure buyers, analysts and others make the most of these non-IFRS monetary metrics in assessing the Firm’s monetary efficiency. These non-IFRS monetary measurements haven’t been offered as a substitute for web revenue (loss) or every other monetary measure of efficiency prescribed by IFRS. Reconciliation of the non-IFRS measures have been offered all through the Firm’s MD&A, as relevant, filed below the Firm’s profile on www.SEDAR.COM

[1] Non-IFRS monetary measure. Please seek advice from “Non-IFRS Monetary Measures” on the finish of this information launch.

SOURCE: CIBT Training Group Inc.

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