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Businessuite 2017 Skin Index -By Company Caribbean
2017 Rank Executive Company Skin Holdings 2016 US$ 2017 Skin Index
1 John W. Lee 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited 167,439,627 $6,262,840 40.40%
2 Douglas Stibel 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited 15,673,025 $586,227 3.78%
3 Oliver Clarke 1834 Investments Limited 434,557,600 $4,063,501 35.88%
4 Joseph Matalon 1834 Investments Limited 93,628,124 $875,506 7.73%
5 Christopher Barnes 1834 Investments Limited 5,308,834 $49,642 0.44%
6 Douglas R. Orane 1834 Investments Limited 1,053,553 $9,852 0.09%
7 Marcus James Access Financial Services Limited 120,220,534 $20,609,770 43.79%
8 Neville James Access Financial Services Limited 7,174,950 $1,230,023 2.61%
9 Christian Mouttet Agostini’s Limited 29,526,008 $81,921,818 42.80%
10 Anthony J. Agostini Agostini’s Limited 746,685 $2,071,726 1.08%
11 Rajesh Rajkumarsingh Agostini’s Limited 28,230 $78,326 0.04%
12 Joseph Esau Agostini’s Limited 10,000 $27,746 0.01%
13 Antonia Hugh AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 32,351,718 $6,178,918 31.60%
14 George Hugh AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 24,263,792 $4,634,190 23.70%
15 Mark Chin/Paul Chin AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 24,263,792 $4,634,190 23.70%
16 Dr. Rolph N.S. Balgobin Angostura Holdings Limited 0 $0 0.00%
17 Robert Wong Angostura Holdings Limited 0 $0 0.00%
18 Romesh Singh Angostura Holdings Limited 0 $0 0.00%
19 Anthony N. Sabga ANSA Mc Al Limited 110,898,547 $1,168,573,955 62.94%
20 A. Norman Sabga ANSA Mc Al Limited 1,649,453 $17,380,821 0.94%
21 David B. Sabga ANSA Mc Al Limited 172,404 $1,816,677 0.10%
22 Andrew N. Sabga ANSA Mc Al Limited 122,858 $1,294,595 0.07%
23 Aneal Maharaj ANSA Mc Al Limited 21,202 $223,412 0.01%
24 Anthony N. Sabga ANSA Merchant Bank Limited 72,929,056 $463,397,478 85.19%
25 Gregory N. Hill ANSA Merchant Bank Limited 0 $0 0.00%
26 Trevor Edwards ANSA Merchant Bank Limited 0 $0 0.00%
27 Banks Holdings Limited 0 $0 0.00%
28 Rita Humphries-Lewin Barita Investments 339,975,664 $15,895,379 76.40%
29 John Minott Barita Investments 5,885,322 $275,165 1.32%
30 Karl Lewin Barita Investments 5,675,322 $265,347 1.28%
31 George W. Cooper Barita Investments 5,302,322 $247,907 1.19%
32 Ian A Mcnaughton Barita Investments 296,000 $13,839 0.07%
33 Peta Rose Hall Barita Investor only 11,188,814 $523,127 2.51%
34 Mustafa Turra Berger Paints Ltd 0 $0 0.00%
35 Directors’ Shareholding Berger Paints Trinidad Limited 0 $0 0.00%
36 Senior Management Berger Paints Trinidad Limited 0 $0 0.00%
37 BICO Industries Limited 0 $0 0.00%
38 Dahru Tanner Blue Power Group Limited 28,300,800 $6,615,943 50.09%
39 Ivan Berry C2W Music Limited 180,000,000 $490,922 45.00%
40 Derek Wilkie C2W Music Limited 80,000,000 $218,187 20.00%
41 Cable & Wireless (Barbados) Limited 0 $0 0.00%
42 Garfield H Sinclair Cable and Wireless Jamaica – FLOW 4,021,000 $25,067 0.02%
43 Steven Marston CAC 2000 Limited 67,462,522 $2,602,193 52.28%
44 Colin Roberts CAC 2000 Limited 27,355,291 $1,055,160 21.20%
45 Antony Hart Cargo Handlers Limited 11,324,264 $1,632,501 27.21%
46 Mark Hart Cargo Handlers Limited 10,991,198 $1,584,487 26.41%
47 Jane Fray Cargo Handlers Limited 10,991,198 $1,584,487 26.41%
48 Thersa Chin Cargo Handlers Limited 760,022 $109,564 1.83%
49 Alejandro Vares Caribbean Cement Co. 300 $79 0.00%
50 Scoops Un-Limited Limited Caribbean Cream Limited 121,141,801 $7,079,900 32.00%
51 Carol Clarke Webster Caribbean Cream Limited 58,521,764 $3,420,192 15.46%
52 Matthew G. Clarke Caribbean Cream Limited 58,221,764 $3,402,659 15.38%
53 Christpher Clarke Caribbean Cream Limited 53,221,764 $3,110,444 14.06%
54 Derrick Cotterll Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 67,457,330 $6,307,862 75.02%
55 Ian C. Kelly Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 2,322,814 $217,204 2.58%
56 Anthony James Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 820,700 $76,743 0.91%
57 Mark Hart Caribbean Producers Ja Ltd 880,000,000 $22,629,159 80.00%
58 Marcus Steele Carreras Limited 0 $0 0.00%
59  R. Geoffrey Cave, Cave Shepherd & Company Limited 5,858,534 $10,252,435 32.02%
60 R. M. Cave Cave Shepherd & Company Limited 320,235 $560,411 1.75%
61  John M. B. Williams Cave Shepherd & Company Limited 56,602 $99,054 0.31%
62 Anthony Chang Consolidated Bakeries (Jamaica) Ltd 155,675,286 $2,741,574 69.90%
63 Derrick Cotterll Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 110,000,000 $4,714,408 40.24%
63 Monique Cotterll Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 40,000,000 $1,714,330 14.63%
64 Ian C. Kelly Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 15,743,459 $674,737 5.76%
65 Winston Thomas Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 13,363,979 $572,757 4.89%
66 Stafford Burrowes Dolphin Cove Limited 45,367,938 $5,302,884 11.56%
67 Marilyn Burrowes Dolphin Cove Limited 1,000,008 $116,887 0.25%
68 Nicholas Scott Eppley Limited 156,849 $898,340 19.70%
69 Nigel Clarke Eppley Limited 142,631 $816,908 17.91%
70 Melanie Subratie Eppley Limited 136,020 $779,044 17.08%
71 P.B. Scott Eppley Limited 136,020 $779,044 17.08%
72 Owned by Parent 91.67% First Caribbean International Bank Ltd 0 $0 0.00%
73 Sharon Christopher First Citizens Bank Limited 23,227 $128,742 0.01%
74 Jason Julien First Citizens Bank Limited 5,000 $27,714 0.00%
75 Richard Look Kin First Citizens Bank Limited 2,381 $13,197 0.00%
76 Karen Darbasie First Citizens Bank Limited 0 $0 0.00%
77 Anthony Isidore Smart First Citizens Bank Limited 0 $0 0.00%
78 Sharon Donaldson General Accident Insurance Co Ltd 3,377,956 $73,703 0.33%
79 William Putnam Goddard Enterprises Limited 502,027 $2,261,632 0.89%
80 Charles Herbert Goddard Enterprises Limited 159,097 $716,732 0.28%
81 Anthony Ali Goddard Enterprises Limited 18,141 $81,725 0.03%
82 Douglas R. Orane Gracekennedy Ltd. 21,358,272 $6,823,729 6.45%
83 Donald G. Wehby Gracekennedy Ltd. 10,929,855 $3,491,966 3.30%
84 Ryan Mack Gracekennedy Ltd. 1,202,460 $384,173 1.49%
85 Frank A. R. James Gracekennedy Ltd. 2,010,153 $642,221 0.61%
86 Michael Ranglin Gracekennedy Ltd. 1,568,097 $500,989 0.47%
87 Gordon V. Shirley Gracekennedy Ltd. 612,092 $195,557 0.18%
88 Arthur Lok Jack Guardian Holdings Limited 14,590,771 $29,246,740 6.29%
89 Peter Ganteaume Guardian Holdings Limited 645,000 $1,292,882 0.28%
90 Fé Lopez-Collymore Guardian Holdings Limited 291,913 $585,130 0.13%
91 Brent Ford Guardian Holdings Limited 268,417 $538,033 0.12%
92 Richard Espinet Guardian Holdings Limited 124,758 $250,073 0.05%
93 Ravi Tewari Guardian Holdings Limited 116,044 $232,607 0.05%
94 Anthony N. Sabga III Guardian Media Limited 9,035 $27,187 0.02%
95 Teresa White Guardian Media Limited 0 $0 0.00%
96 Larry Jerome Guardian Media Limited 0 $0 0.00%
97 Michelle Chong Honey Bun (1982) Limited 37,500,000 $1,709,460 39.79%
98 Herbert Chong Honey Bun (1982) Limited 37,500,000 $1,709,460 39.79%
99 Ingrid Innes Insurance Corporation of Barbados Ltd 23,979 $45,081 0.06%
100 Goulbourne Alleyne, Insurance Corporation of Barbados Ltd 7,985 $15,012 0.02%
101 R. John Wight Insurance Corporation of Barbados Ltd 0 $0 0.00%
102 Richard Evan Thwaites IronRock Insurance Company Limited 56,000,000 $1,745,500 26.17%
103 William A. McConnell IronRock Insurance Company Limited 54,500,000 $1,698,745 25.47%
104 Wayne N. Hardie IronRock Insurance Company Limited 1,025,727 $31,972 0.48%
105 Dennis Smith (Gencorp Limited) ISP Finance Services Limited 54,517,500 $3,610,993 51.92%
106 Robert Chung (Sunfisher Corp) ISP Finance Services Limited 45,832,500 $3,035,738 43.65%
107 Primrose Smith ISP Finance Services Limited 1,500,000 $99,353 1.43%
108 Robert Levy Jamaica Broilers Group 152,376,620 $17,691,979 12.71%
109 Christopher Levy Jamaica Broilers Group 16,844,106 $1,955,717 1.40%
110 Claudette Cook Jamaica Broilers Group 4,060,899 $471,498 0.34%
111 Ian Parsard Jamaica Broilers Group 3,207,739 $372,441 0.27%
112 Charles. H. Johnston Jamaica Producers Group 17,510,498 $1,262,153 9.36%
113 M. McG. Hall Jamaica Producers Group 16,769,284 $1,208,727 8.97%
114 Mrs. K.A.J. Moss Jamaica Producers Group 6,060,078 $436,809 3.24%
115  Jeffrey. McG. Hall Jamaica Producers Group 4,418,537 $318,487 2.36%
116 Robin Levy Jamaica Stock Exchange Ltd 50,000 $2,143 0.04%
117 Marlene Street Forrest Jamaica Stock Exchange Ltd 30,000 $1,286 0.02%
118 Violet Helen Mahfood Jamaican Teas Limited 118,015,318 $4,460,175 34.98%
119 John Mahfood Jamaican Teas Limited 94,064,178 $3,554,985 27.88%
120 Norman Russell Jamaican Teas Limited 300,000 $11,338 0.09%
121 Andrew Jackson Jetcon Corporation Limited 117,302,400 $5,484,411 60.31%
122 John Jackson Jetcon Corporation Limited 1,620,000 $75,742 0.83%
123 Keith P. Duncan JMMB Group Ltd 101,144,376 $11,428,298 6.20%
124 Donna Duncan-Scott JMMB Group Ltd 87,013,712 $9,831,675 5.34%
125 Noel A. Lyon JMMB Group Ltd 84,061,652 $9,498,122 5.16%
126 Wayne Sutherland JMMB Group Ltd 38,050,860 $4,299,365 2.33%
127 Archibald Campbell JMMB Group Ltd 363,227 $41,041 0.02%
128 Natalia Gobin-Gunter Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,445 $1,791,118 25.11%
129 Sandra Masterton Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,444 $1,791,118 25.11%
130 Kayla Abrahams Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,444 $1,791,118 25.11%
131 Garfield H Sinclair Kingston Properties Limited 4,164,407 $324,508 2.59%
132 Kevin Richards Kingston Properties Limited 10,500 $818 0.01%
133 Grantley Stephenson Kingston Wharves 331,369 $51,669 0.02%
134 Joseph Bogdanovich KLE Group Limited 23,168,835 $352,055 23.17%
135 Gary Matalon KLE Group Limited 16,073,628 $244,242 16.07%
136 Stephen Shirley KLE Group Limited 10,111,500 $153,646 10.11%
137 Oliver Townsend Knutsford Express Limited 33,526,664 $5,225,070 33.53%
138 Anthony Copeland Knutsford Express Limited 23,926,664 $3,728,928 23.93%
139 Gordon Townsend Knutsford Express Limited 17,526,664 $2,731,499 17.53%
140 Lascelles Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 2,668,889,040 $146,619,401 79.07%
141 Eileen Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 15,006,740 $824,418 0.44%
142 Peter Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 14,000,000 $769,111 0.41%
143 A. Alex Balogun Lasco Distributors Limited 3,429,733 $188,417 0.10%
144 Lascelles Chin Lasco Financial Services Limited 761,704,332 $18,459,444 62.02%
145 Jacinth Hall-Tracey Lasco Financial Services Limited 7,346,198 $178,031 0.60%
146 Lascelles Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 3,247,122,250 $126,514,543 79.45%
147 Eileen Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 16,000,000 $623,393 0.39%
148 Peter Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 5,585,980 $217,641 0.14%
149 Ian Dear Margaritaville Caribbean Limited 25,000 $1,068 50.00%
150 Elliot Gervase Warner Massy Holdings Limited 161,588 $1,331,439 0.17%
151 Paula Rajkumarsingh Massy Holdings Limited 145,017 $1,194,898 0.15%
152 Angela Hamel-Smith Massy Holdings Limited 82,296 $678,095 0.08%
153 Robert Bermudez Massy Holdings Limited 27,849 $229,468 0.03%
154 Christopher Berry Mayberry Investments Ltd. 470,222,514 $20,152,917 39.15%
155 Konrad Berry Mayberry Investments Ltd. 465,985,397 $19,971,321 38.79%
156 Gary Peart Mayberry Investments Ltd. 34,740,915 $1,488,935 2.89%
157 Winston Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406 19.00%
158 Myrtis Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406 19.00%
159 Kurt Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406 19.00%
160 Nikeisha Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406 19.00%
161 Michael Lee Chin National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 1,615,291,544 $629,350,715 65.48%
162 Patrick Hylton National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 18,799,058 $7,324,499 0.76%
163 Dennis Cohen National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 86,480 $33,694 0.00%
164 Jerry Hospedales National Enterprises Limited 8,410 $14,192 0.00%
165 Ross Alexander National Enterprises Limited 2,000 $3,375 0.00%
166 Terrance Clarke National Enterprises Limited 0 $0 0.00%
167 John Lum Young One Caribbean Media Limited 170,500 $537,633 0.26%
168 Rashidan Bolai One Caribbean Media Limited 40,000 $126,131 0.06%
169 Dawn Thomas One Caribbean Media Limited 2,000 $6,307 0.00%
170 Faarees Hosein One Caribbean Media Limited 0 $0 0.00%
171 Anthony Shaw One Caribbean Media Limited 0 $0 0.00%
172 Charles Graham Palace Amusement 1,074,444 $1,632,639 74.77%
173 Stephen B Facey Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust 433,878,694 $94,666,901 40.70%
174 Paul Facey Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust 433,878,694 $94,666,901 40.70%
175 Hugh Graham Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Ltd 123,396,684 $2,884,673 80.00%
176 Radcliff Knibbs Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Ltd 3,053,605 $71,385 1.98%
177 Harold Ragbir PLIPDECO Limited 4,046 $2,372 0.01%
178 Ernest Ashley Taylor PLIPDECO Limited 4,000 $2,345 0.01%
179 Ian R. H. Atherly PLIPDECO Limited 0 $0 0.00%
180 Haroon Fyzool Awardy PLIPDECO Limited 0 $0 0.00%
181 Christian E. Mouttet Prestige Holdings Limited 42,685,422 $74,401,376 68.28%
182 Angela Sobrian Prestige Holdings Limited 136,512 $237,943 0.22%
183 Charles R. Pashley Prestige Holdings Limited 110,000 $191,732 0.18%
184 Anthony Martins Prestige Holdings Limited 79,996 $139,434 0.13%
185 Peter Bunting Proven Investments Limited 30,087,130 $4,337,348 5.45%
186 Winston Hepburn Proven Investments Limited 10,200,000 $1,470,428 1.85%
187 Garfield H Sinclair Proven Investments Limited 5,505,218 $793,630 1.00%
188 Kingsley Cooper Pulse Invesments Ltd. 198,344,919 $4,636,755 72.98%
189 Romae Gordon Pulse Invesments Ltd. 1,635,279 $38,228 0.60%
190 Safia Cooper Pulse Invesments Ltd. 1,079,422 $25,234 0.40%
191 J. A. Lester Spaulding Radio Jamaica 26,607,207 $269,535 7.44%
192 Christopher Barnes Radio Jamaica 4,307,000 $43,630 1.20%
193 Gary Allen Radio Jamaica 361,228 $3,659 0.10%
194 Parasram Heerah Readymix (West Indies) Limited 5,645 $9,830 0.05%
195 Malcolm Sooknanan Readymix (West Indies) Limited 0 $0 0.00%
196 Nigel Edwards Readymix (West Indies) Limited 0 $0 0.00%
197 Andres Peña Readymix (West Indies) Limited 0 $0 0.00%
198 Nigel M. Baptiste Republic Financial Holdings Limited 17,070 $293,313 0.01%
199 Parasram Salickram Republic Financial Holdings Limited 10,183 $174,974 0.01%
200 Anthony C. Subero Republic Financial Holdings Limited 9,294 $159,699 0.01%
201 Ronald F. deC. Harford Republic Financial Holdings Limited 4,574 $78,595 0.00%
202 Dodrige Miller Sagicor Financial Corporation 1,707,967 $1,716,507 0.56%
203 Richard Kellman Sagicor Financial Corporation 421,576 $423,684 0.14%
204 Stephen McNamara Sagicor Financial Corporation 23,993 $24,113 0.01%
205 Richard Byles Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 25,617,515 $5,789,043 0.66%
206 Donovan Perkins Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 12,207,687 $2,758,692 0.31%
207 Ivan Carter Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 9,076,673 $2,051,146 0.23%
208 Rohan Miller Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,595,465 $586,523 0.07%
209 Philip Armstrong Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,547,982 $575,793 0.07%
210 Mark Chisholm Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,391,853 $540,511 0.06%
211 Richard Byles Sagicor Real Estate X Fund 5,389,505 $495,987 0.24%
212 Rohan Miller Sagicor Real Estate X Fund 500,000 $46,014 0.02%
213 Donovan Lewis Salada Foods Jamaica 81,447,767 $5,394,732 78.40%
214 Patsy Latchman-Atterbury Scotia Group Jamaica 191,576 $54,862 0.01%
215 Jacqueline Sharp Scotia Group Jamaica 190,010 $54,413 0.01%
216 Horace (Craig) Mair Scotia Group Jamaica 24,741 $7,085 0.00%
217 Lissant Mitchell Scotia Investments Jamaica 2,000 $521 0.00%
218 Reshard Mohammed Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited 2,076 $19,356 0.00%
219 Anya M. Schnoor Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited 500 $4,662 0.00%
220 Tricia De La Rosa-Camacho Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited 0 $0 0.00%
221 Brendan King Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited 0 $0 0.00%
222 Richard Pandohie Seprod Limited 200,000 $45,975 0.04%
223 Charles Ross Sterling Investments Limited 1,892,790 $231,566 3.39%
224 Ian Kent Levy Supreme Ventures 324,541,171 $13,403,477 12.31%
225 Paul Hoo Supreme Ventures 170,000,000 $7,020,962 6.45%
226 James Morrison Supreme Ventures 345,165 $14,255 0.01%
227 Henry Graham Sweet Rier Abattoir & Supplis Company 15,035,009 $452,234 18.44%
228 Valdence Gifford Sweet Rier Abattoir & Supplis Company 4,995,058 $150,245 6.13%
229 Ranjit R Jeewan The West Indian Tobacco Company Ltd 28,000 $563,203 0.03%
230 Jean-Pierre S du Coudray The West Indian Tobacco Company Ltd 14,219 $286,007 0.02%
231 Solmer Thom The West Indian Tobacco Company Ltd 50 $1,006 0.00%
232 Anthony E Phillip The West Indian Tobacco Company Ltd 0 $0 0.00%
233 Anand Ragbir Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited 28,238 $93,964 0.02%
234 Gerry C. Brooks Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited 10,694 $35,585 0.01%
235 Andrew Jupiter Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited 9,078 $30,208 0.01%
236 Sheldon K. Sylvester Trinidad and Tobago NGL Limited 0 $0 0.00%
237 Wilfred Espinet Trinidad Cement Limited 10,285,195 $7,170,904 2.75%
238 Parasram Heerah Trinidad Cement Limited 1,735,277 $1,209,846 0.46%
239 Jinda Maharaj Trinidad Cement Limited 1,071,532 $747,079 0.29%
240 José Luis Seijo González Trinidad Cement Limited 0 $0 0.00%
241 Edward Charles Alexander tTech Limited 41,284,834 $1,705,054 38.95%
242 Norman Abraham Chen tTech Limited 15,391,566 $635,668 14.52%
243 Christopher Reckord tTech Limited 15,263,795 $630,391 14.40%
244 Hugh O’Brian Allen tTech Limited 8,806,028 $363,687 8.31%
245 Marcelle Smart tTech Limited 2,370,399 $97,897 2.24%
246 Roxane E. de Freitas Unilever Caribbean Limited 1,000 $9,482 0.00%
247 Pablo Garrido Unilever Caribbean Limited 0 $0 0.00%
248 Lucy Walsh Unilever Caribbean Limited 0 $0 0.00%
249 Mark Beepath Unilever Caribbean Limited 0 $0 0.00%
250 Christopher D. Bynoe West India Biscuit Company Limited 0 $0 0.00%
251 Adrian Padmore West India Biscuit Company Limited 0 $0 0.00%

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Image Plus Consultants Implementing Strategies To Grow Scan Count To Improve Revenue Performance.

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Kisha Anderson CEO Of Image Plus Consultants Limited, Has Released The Following Report And Results For The First Quarter Of The Financial Year Ending February 28, 2025.

Summary Financials

  • Revenues of J$293.46M (YOY decline of J$6.73M or 2.24%)
  • Gross Profit flat at J$190M
  • Profit before Tax of J$31.7M (YOY decline of J$32.46M or 50.63%)
  • 14,528 scans versus 14,793 in prior year
  • EPS of $0.03 cents

 

 

Revenues

Revenues for the first three months of the financial year totalled J$293.46M. This result is J$6.73M or 2.24% below that for the same period in the prior year. There is a direct relationship between scan count and revenue. Total scan count for the first quarter was 265 or 1.8% less than the 14,793 scans completed at the end of the first three months in FY2024. The decline was due to;
1. The reduction in after-hour “On Call” services
2. A slower than anticipated growth in our new modalities of Mammography and MRI
3. A three (3) week downtime of our Ocho Rios CT unit, starting on May 22, 2024, which would have impacted earnings for the last eight (8) days of the quarter.

We continue to implement strategies to grow the scan count of our new modalities so as to improve revenue performance.

Expenses and Profit before Tax

Direct Costs for Q1 FY2025 were $103.46M, representing a decrease of 4.57% or J$4.95M over Q1 FY2024.

Gross Profit Margin for the quarter was 64.75%, a marginal increase when compared to the 63.89% outturn for the same period prior year.

Our Administrative and Other Expenses grew by J$20.19M or 15.31% when compared to the same period in the prior year, reducing our Operating Profit to J$37.96M when compared to the J$59.92M earned in the prior year’s quarter. This resulted in a 7% decline in Operating Profit Margin, demonstrating that we have not yet derived the revenue potential from the new modalities to absorb the growth in these expenses that had to be front-loaded to facilitate the build-out of the new modalities. The team is focused on improving this result.

Consequent to the reduction in revenue and the increase in operating expenses, our Profit Before Tax for this first quarter declined by 50.6% to 31.65M when compared to the same period in prior year.

Balance Sheet Growth

At the end of the first quarter, total assets stood at J$1.62B when compared to the J$1.61B at the end of FY 2024 and J$1.23B for Q1 FY2024. The growth of 31.42% or J$387.8M over Q1 2024 was due to increases in Property Plant and Equipment (“PPE”). As we have previously reported, growth in PPE is due to:
• the acquisition of land at 33 Lady Musgrave Road (“33 LMR”) for the relocated Winchester Road branch and future headquarters of the Company,
• the acquisition of new bio-medical equipment, namely two (2) Ultrasound Units, two (2)
Mammography Units and their accompanying UPS systems,
• the acquisition of one (1) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system and its accompanying UPS system and
• the increase in Right of Use Asset associated with the leases for our Ocho Rios and 3a Winchester Road locations.

There has been a year-over-year decrease of J$158.25M or 32.46% in Trade and Other Receivables resulting from capitalization of the prepayments associated with the acquisition of bio-medical equipment. This is offset by the J$33.16M or 12.73% increase in trade receivables from J$260.42M to J$293.58M. Important to note there has been an improvement in the aged receivables portfolio when compared to prior year.

Total equity for Q1 FY2025 decreased by J$5.53M reflecting the net position resulting from the accrual of the dividend J$37.18M to be paid on July 11, 2024.

Total Liabilities grew by J$18.77M to J$552.08M when compared to total liabilities as at the financial year end Feb2024 and by 80.08% or J$245.51M when compared to the prior year’s quarter. This increase results from the increase in Borrowings associated with the acquisition of bio-medical equipment, increased utilization of our bank overdraft and growth in our trade payables.

Outlook for Remainder of FY 2024 and beyond

Having achieved the desired build out of modalities, it is now critical that the IPCL team ensures that we grow revenue from our diversified revenue streams. Our targeted organic profit growth will be dependent on our ability to achieve the desired mix of scans by modality and source (private versus public patients). In growing we remain committed to constantly enhancing our patient experience, maintaining the quality of our reporting and improving our efficiency. We continue to scan the market for any inorganic growth opportunities that would add value to our performance.

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One Academy Solution Contributed Significantly To One On One Educational Services’ Performance For 3rd Quarter But Ended Nine-Month Period With Net Loss Of J$17.3M

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Ricardo Allen, founder and CEO For One On One Educational Services Limited (ONE) Has Released The Following Unaudited Financial Statements For The Third Quarter Ended May 31, 2024

Revenue for the 3rd quarter increased to J$94.9 million, resulting in a 37.8% increase compared to the same period last year. This substantial revenue growth was primarily driven by the expansion of our One Academy solution, as we secured agreements to implement the solution in one hundred high schools across Jamaica. This increase in revenue directly contributed to a significant improvement in the company’s performance for the quarter.

Direct costs for the 3rd quarter amounted to J$16.4 million, reflecting a J$4.6 million increase over the prior year. Despite this rise in costs, the gross profit increased to J$78.5 million, up by 37.5% due to the increased revenue.

The nine-month period also saw a 25.2% increase in direct costs due to an increase in our hosting infrastructure services, crucial for our Business to Government (B2G) division and implementation costs for the One Academy solution.

Administrative and selling expenses for the nine months decreased by J$9.9 million or 6.0%, while the 3rd quarter experienced a 21.8% decrease, reflecting the net benefit from cost-control measures implemented from the second quarter.

A taxation charge of J$7.4 million for the current quarter was due to deferred taxation, resulting in an overall tax charge of J$8.3 million at the end of the nine months.

The quarter ended with a net profit of J$24.2 million, a substantial increase of 520% compared to the J$3.9 million net profit for the 2023 quarter.

The company revenue for the nine months ended 31 May 2024 was J$206.1 million, down from J$222.3 million for the nine months ended May 2023. This decline was primarily due to the completion of some short-term project related contracts. Nevertheless, we have successfully retained our core annual recurring business from existing contracts, some of which have even expanded through new acquisitions.

The company ended the nine-month period with a net loss of J$17.3 million, compared to a net profit of J$21.4 million for the previous year and a reduction in the year to date loss from J$41.4M reported for the six months ended February 2024. Despite this, the significant growth in quarterly revenue and profitability sets a positive trajectory for the future.

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QWI Investments Transitions Into Stocks With Better Short-Term Outlook

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John Jackson Chairman For QWI Investments (QWI) Limited Has Released The Following Report For The Third Quarter Ended June 2024

QWl’s Jamaican investments, representing 65 percent of the Company’s portfolio, produced unrealised gains of $45.1 million (Q3 2023- $99.9 million) and realised losses of $2.6 million in the quarter. The year ago, quarter was strongly influenced by a sharp upturn in the price of our shares in Stationery and Office Supplies ahead of its stock split in 2023. These gains were not repeated this quarter. Accordingly, the 2024 results are based on the performance of companies that appear more sustainable going forward.

For the year to date there was an $84 million improvement in the Jamaican portfolio from unrealised losses of $42 million in 2023 to an unrealised gain this year of $42 million.

During the quarter we transitioned into some stocks with better short-term outlook and disposed of others which we considered to have limited upside potential. We reinvested some of the sales proceeds in stocks considered to have potential for above average growth prospects and utilised the rest to reduce the Company’s borrowings.

The Net Asset Value (NAV) of the Company’s shares increased 2.3 percent from $1.29 in March 2024 to $1.32 at the end of June 2024. In addition to capital gains in our stock holdings we enjoyed unrealised exchange gains of $15.1 million compared with $1.4 million a year ago.

Administration costs decreased to almost $25.3 million for the year to date compared with $28.6 million in 2023 while interest expense decreased from $8.6 million in the year ago quarter to $7.6 million this year reflecting lower borrowings.

Third Quarter Results: Statement of Financial Position

QWI ended the period with equity capital of $1.797 billion up from $1.685 billion in September 2023, boosted by the gains mentioned above.
Total Investments amounted to $2.2 billion, with 65 percent represented by Jamaican listed stocks and the majority of the balance invested in the USA market.

At June 2024, the Company held US$4.8 million in equities listed in the USA and Trinidad and Tobago. The portfolio includes positions in several leading companies involved in information technology, health insurance and housing and construction.

Non-current margin loan borrowings at the end of June 2024 were $149 million while current margin loans secured on the USA portfolio totalled J$55 million.

Our holdings in Access remained steady throughout the period and we expect that as the Company recovers from the COVID-19 fallout, profits during this year will reach levels to spur demand for the stock and drive the value higher.

Year to date, we enjoyed gains in Dolphin, Caribbean Producers, Carib Cement, both Lasco companies, General Accident and Scotia Group.

The Company’s Investment Committee actively monitors the investment portfolio and the markets in which we operate. In the Jamaican market, QWI’s earnings continue to be mixed but the indications from the market are that investors have rewarded companies with healthy profits by driving prices upwards.

We note that local interest rates, particularly for 30-day Bank of Jamaica CDs have decreased from a high of nearly 12 percent in April to under 9 percent currently, with the clearing rate in the BOJ’s 30-day CD auction of 10 July 2024 averaging 9.45 percent. This is encouraging and if sustained should encourage more funds to be invested in the local stock market.

In the USA the outlook for future interest rate cuts has strengthened with the publication of the June 2024 Consumer Price Index (CPI) report which showed a monthly decline in the USA inflation rate.

Strong earnings growth has continued at some companies and there has been strong investor interest in, and demand for, the stocks of companies building out the infrastructure for artificial intelligence applications. This is continuing to present opportunities for investors and QWI has greatly benefitted from some of these trends in its USA portfolio.

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Spur Tree Spices Projected Revenue Growth Negatively Impacted By Raw Material Shortages

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Albert Bailey CEO of Spur Tree Spices Jamaica Limited has released the following report for the first quarter ended March 31, 2024, including the presentation of unaudited financial statements, prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Performance Review

Revenue for the quarter moved from $383.6M to $394.5M, an increase of 2.8% over the same quarter for 2023. Projected revenue growth was negatively impacted by raw material shortages experienced in the Agro processing sector since the 2nd quarter of 2023. These shortages impacted the Company’s ability to fulfil customer orders during the quarter.

The Company sustained far higher raw material input costs this quarter, relative to the similar quarter of the previous year due to the impact of raw material shortages. Therefore, Cost of Sales for the quarter rose from $259.5M to $287.6M, an increase of 10.8%.

There are positive signs that raw material supplies are gradually returning to normal levels, and associated costs are also coming down. We expect to see a continued movement in this direction, and a full return to normal raw material prices in the coming months.

The rollout of a wide range of new products to market, that do not use these primary raw material inputs, is a part of the company’s strategic initiatives to reduce the risk and vulnerability associated with this area of our business. The Company’s venture into farming also aligns with our strategy to achieve greater raw material stability and therefore lessen any future negative impact on performance.

Gross Profit for the period was $106.9M, down from $124.2M for the same period in 2024. This represents a 13.9 % decline year over year for the same period. The fall in gross profit resulted from the increase in raw material input costs sustained during the period.

With the initiatives being implemented to reduce costs, and the general downward trend in the price of raw materials inputs, the Company anticipates a full recovery of gross profit margins in the coming quarters.

Administrative Expenses for the 1st quarter was 71.4M, up from $66.8M for the corresponding period in 2023. This is an increase of 6.9%, which is commendable given the current circumstances. This means, administrative expenses as a percentage of revenue ticked up slightly from 17.4 % of sales in the first quarter of 2023, to 18.09% for the similar quarter in 2024.

The company will continue to tightly monitor this area of expenditure while working to get our revenue and gross margin back to targeted levels.

Finance Costs for the 1st quarter were $9.5M, down from $10.4M in 2023. This represents an 8.2% reduction for the quarter.

Net Profit attributable to the owners of the company for the quarter was $31M, down from $47.8M for the same quarter in 2023. While net profit is down compared to the same quarter last year, the company’s profit has improved over the last quarter (4th quarter), in which similar raw material challenges were faced.

The performance for the quarter, while not at the level projected, was commendable given the many challenges faced.

Outlook

The Company’s outlook remains very bright and positive. Spur Tree Spice is strategically positioned for substantial growth and expansion in 2024. The leadership has undertaken several important initiatives to ensure the continued success of the Company as we expand the reach and strength of the brand across all markets.

Some of the initiatives are:

  • Spur Tree Spices Farming Initiative: Raw Materials supplies sourced directly from the farm made a significant contribution to the Company’s ability to fulfil orders during the first quarter. There are currently 13 acres of Scotch Bonnet Pepper under cultivation and 12 acres of West Red Pepper. In addition, there are enough seedlings at our nursery to plant another 18 acres of Scotch Bonnet Pepper in the coming weeks. This will bring the total acreage of pepper under cultivation to 43, with an expected output of over 650,000 lbs. This level of output, supplemented by supplies from our farming partners, will guarantee adequate quantities of pepper for the remainder of 2024. The next phase of the plan is to put into production, other raw material inputs to supplement current supplies from our farming partners.
  • Launch of New Products: Spur Tree Spices has just launched 37 new SKUs across several product lines to include, Dry Seasonings, Fried Chicken Mix, BBQ Sauces, and a range of condiments including dips. Many of these formulations are first to market and based on market research and customer engagement, it is expected that these new items will gain significant traction in all current markets, locally and internationally. Along with these launches, the Company used the opportunity to refresh our brand’s aesthetic to reflect our creativity and to create a compelling brand identity that resonates with both local and global audiences.
  • Additional Upcoming Launches: The company is working to bring to market even more new products by July 2024. These are high demand/high usage items that should have a very positive impact on revenue and profit and generate strong brand response.
  • Improved Ackee Production: Capacity at both Ackee factories is being upgraded to drive production and output of ackee during the next crop which is expected to begin in June 2024. Both entities will be in a much-improved position to maximize its production of ackee moving forward.
  • Diversification of Linstead Market Brand: We are currently working on several new products to be launched under the Linstead Market brand. These items will be introduced to market by August 2024. This will be the first rollout of many items being considered to diversify the offerings under this brand.

We are confident that with these initiatives and others to come, the Company is well on its way to becoming an internationally recognized food brand known for creativity, quality and being ironically Jamaican. The Board of Directors and the Executive Management Team are committed to ensuring the Company remains on track to maximize shareholders’ value while building a strong, sustainable, and profitable brand.

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Strategic Implications of A.S. Bryden & Sons Holdings Limited’s Acquisition of a Stake in Caribbean Producers Jamaica Limited

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A.S. Bryden & Sons Holdings Limited (ASBH), a prominent Trinidad and Tobago-based conglomerate, has recently acquired a 44.8% stake in Caribbean Producers (Jamaica) Limited (CPJ). This strategic move carries significant implications for both companies and the wider Caribbean market.

Expansion and Synergy

ASBH’s acquisition of CPJ represents a strategic expansion of its footprint in the Caribbean. By entering the Jamaican market, ASBH is set to leverage CPJ’s established distribution networks and customer base in Jamaica and St. Lucia, augmenting its regional presence beyond its existing operations in Trinidad, Barbados, and Guyana​​.

Nicholas A. Scott, Director of ASBH, emphasized that this investment aligns with the company’s regional expansion strategy. He noted that ASBH plans to increase its holdings in CPJ with the ultimate goal of gaining control, subject to regulatory disclosures​. This approach suggests a long-term commitment to integrating and scaling CPJ’s operations within ASBH’s broader business model.

Operational and Financial Benefits

For CPJ, this partnership promises enhanced operational capabilities and financial strength. ASBH’s extensive resources and expertise in food and beverage distribution will likely drive efficiencies and innovation within CPJ. The acquisition also provides CPJ with increased access to hard currency earnings, which is crucial for import-driven businesses in the Caribbean region​.

P.B. Scott, Chairman of ASBH, highlighted that this strategic stake would enable ASBH to serve new markets, particularly in the hospitality and restaurant sectors, leveraging CPJ’s strong presence in these industries. The collaboration is expected to generate significant synergies, boosting growth and competitiveness for both companies​​.

“Over the last 30 years, CPJ has become the pre-eminent distributor of food and beverage products to hotels and resorts in Jamaica and beyond because of the talent and dedication of our team and the support of our loyal suppliers and customers. AS Byrden shares our values and culture and has a track record of building and supporting high-performing management teams.” Mark Hart

Market Impact

The acquisition has broader implications for the Caribbean market. By consolidating its position as the largest shareholder of CPJ, ASBH is poised to influence market dynamics, fostering increased competition and potentially driving innovation within the sector. Additionally, ASBH’s listing on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) underscores its commitment to transparency and regional integration, providing greater opportunities for investors and stakeholders across the Caribbean​.

Leadership

Nicholas Hospedales, who previously led the food and grocery, premium beverage and operations units at ASBH, will be appointed CEO of CPJ. CEO of ASBH Richard Pandohie will be appointed chairman and co-founder of CPJ Tom Tyler will be appointed deputy chairman. He will also serve as a consultant to the company.

Directors Mark Hart and Candace Hart will also retain their roles.

ASBH directors Nicholas Scott, Michael Conyers and David Franco will be appointed as new directors, replacing Christopher Berry, Konrad Berry, Camille Shields, Frank O’Dowd and Mark Hall.

Hart said the two companies will grow significantly through their collaboration. He expected that working together, the two companies would be able to expand their geographic footprint throughout the region.

Seprod Ltd

In 2023, Seprod Ltd, a regional manufacturing and distribution company headquartered in Jamaica, acquired ASBH at $312.7 million, scooping up a 60 per cent share in the company. Seprod said the acquisition would result in a company with combined annual revenues of more than $3.37 billion. ASBH was valued at $267.9 million in 2022 when Seprod sought to acquire it. To fund the transaction, the company used a combination of a loan of $172.4 million and issued preference shares to the tune of TT$140.3 million.

Seprod has been in regional food manufacturing, distribution and agribusiness since the 1940s. Its manufacturing base includes oils and margarine, wheat and corn milling, integrated dairy, biscuits and snacks. It is also a part of the Musson Group of Companies, which is involved in manufacturing, insurance, information technology, logistics and real estate.

In summary, ASBH’s acquisition of a significant stake in CPJ is a strategic maneuver that promises to enhance the operational capabilities, market reach, and financial stability of both companies. This move not only reflects ASBH’s growth ambitions but also signals a transformative shift in the Caribbean’s food and beverage distribution landscape.

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