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2017 Businessuite Skin Index -US$ – Jamaica
2017 Rank Executive Company Skin Holdings 2016 US$
1 Michael Lee Chin National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 1,615,291,544 $629,350,715
2 Lascelles Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 2,668,889,040 $146,619,401
3 Lascelles Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 3,247,122,250 $126,514,543
4 Stephen B Facey Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust 433,878,694 $94,666,901
5 Paul Facey Pan-Jamaican Investment Trust 433,878,694 $94,666,901
6 Mark Hart Caribbean Producers Ja Ltd 880,000,000 $22,629,159
7 Marcus James Access Financial Services Limited 120,220,534 $20,609,770
8 Christopher Berry Mayberry Investments Ltd. 470,222,514 $20,152,917
9 Konrad Berry Mayberry Investments Ltd. 465,985,397 $19,971,321
10 Lascelles Chin Lasco Financial Services Limited 761,704,332 $18,459,444
11 Robert Levy Jamaica Broilers Group 152,376,620 $17,691,979
12 Rita Humphries-Lewin Barita Investments 339,975,664 $15,895,379
13 Ian Kent Levy Supreme Ventures 324,541,171 $13,403,477
14 Keith P. Duncan JMMB Group Ltd 101,144,376 $11,428,298
15 Donna Duncan-Scott JMMB Group Ltd 87,013,712 $9,831,675
16 Noel A. Lyon JMMB Group Ltd 84,061,652 $9,498,122
17 Patrick Hylton National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 18,799,058 $7,324,499
18 Scoops Un-Limited Limited Caribbean Cream Limited 121,141,801 $7,079,900
19 Paul Hoo Supreme Ventures 170,000,000 $7,020,962
20 Douglas R. Orane Gracekennedy Ltd. 21,358,272 $6,823,729
21 Dahru Tanner Blue Power Group Limited 28,300,800 $6,615,943
22 Derrick Cotterll Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 67,457,330 $6,307,862
23 John W. Lee 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited 167,439,627 $6,262,840
24 Antonia Hugh AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 32,351,718 $6,178,918
25 Richard Byles Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 25,617,515 $5,789,043
26 Andrew Jackson Jetcon Corporation Limited 117,302,400 $5,484,411
27 Donovan Lewis Salada Foods Jamaica 81,447,767 $5,394,732
28 Stafford Burrowes Dolphin Cove Limited 45,367,938 $5,302,884
29 Oliver Townsend Knutsford Express Limited 33,526,664 $5,225,070
30 Derrick Cotterll Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 110,000,000 $4,714,408
31 Kingsley Cooper Pulse Invesments Ltd. 198,344,919 $4,636,755
32 George Hugh AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 24,263,792 $4,634,190
33 Mark Chin/Paul Chin AMG Packaging & Paper Co Ltd 24,263,792 $4,634,190
34 Violet Helen Mahfood Jamaican Teas Limited 118,015,318 $4,460,175
35 Peter Bunting Proven Investments Limited 30,087,130 $4,337,348
36 Wayne Sutherland JMMB Group Ltd 38,050,860 $4,299,365
37 Oliver Clarke 1834 Investments Limited 434,557,600 $4,063,501
38 Anthony Copeland Knutsford Express Limited 23,926,664 $3,728,928
39 Dennis Smith (Gencorp Limited) ISP Finance Services Limited 54,517,500 $3,610,993
40 John Mahfood Jamaican Teas Limited 94,064,178 $3,554,985
41 Donald G. Wehby Gracekennedy Ltd. 10,929,855 $3,491,966
42 Carol Clarke Webster Caribbean Cream Limited 58,521,764 $3,420,192
43 Matthew G. Clarke Caribbean Cream Limited 58,221,764 $3,402,659
44 Christpher Clarke Caribbean Cream Limited 53,221,764 $3,110,444
45 Robert Chung (Sunfisher Corp) ISP Finance Services Limited 45,832,500 $3,035,738
46 Hugh Graham Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Ltd 123,396,684 $2,884,673
47 Donovan Perkins Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 12,207,687 $2,758,692
48 Anthony Chang * Consolidated Bakeries (Jamaica) Ltd 155,675,286 $2,741,574
49 Gordon Townsend Knutsford Express Limited 17,526,664 $2,731,499
50 Steven Marston CAC 2000 Limited 67,462,522 $2,602,193
51 Ivan Carter Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 9,076,673 $2,051,146
52 Christopher Levy Jamaica Broilers Group 16,844,106 $1,955,717
53 Natalia Gobin-Gunter Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,445 $1,791,118
54 Sandra Masterton Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,444 $1,791,118
55 Kayla Abrahams Key Insurance Company Limited 88,405,444 $1,791,118
56 Richard Evan Thwaites IronRock Insurance Company Limited 56,000,000 $1,745,500
57 Monique Cotterll Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 40,000,000 $1,714,330
58 Michelle Chong Honey Bun (1982) Limited 37,500,000 $1,709,460
59 Herbert Chong Honey Bun (1982) Limited 37,500,000 $1,709,460
60 Edward Charles Alexander tTech Limited 41,284,834 $1,705,054
61 William A. McConnell IronRock Insurance Company Limited 54,500,000 $1,698,745
62 Winston Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406
63 Myrtis Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406
63 Kurt Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406
64 Nikeisha Boothe Medical Disposables & Supplies Ltd 50,000,000 $1,636,406
65 Charles “Douglas” Graham Palace Amusement 1,074,444 $1,632,639
66 Antony Hart Cargo Handlers Limited 11,324,264 $1,632,501
67 Mark Hart Cargo Handlers Limited 10,991,198 $1,584,487
68 Jane Fray Cargo Handlers Limited 10,991,198 $1,584,487
69 Gary Peart Mayberry Investments Ltd. 34,740,915 $1,488,935
70 Winston Hepburn Proven Investments Limited 10,200,000 $1,470,428
71 Charles. H. Johnston Jamaica Producers Group 17,510,498 $1,262,153
72 Neville James Access Financial Services Limited 7,174,950 $1,230,023
73 Dr. the Hon. M. McG. Hall Jamaica Producers Group 16,769,284 $1,208,727
74 Colin Roberts CAC 2000 Limited 27,355,291 $1,055,160
75 Nicholas Scott Eppley Limited 156,849 $898,340
76 Joseph Matalon 1834 Investments Limited 93,628,124 $875,506
77 Eileen Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 15,006,740 $824,418
78 Nigel Clarke Eppley Limited 142,631 $816,908
79 Garfield H Sinclair Proven Investments Limited 5,505,218 $793,630
80 Melanie Subratie Eppley Limited 136,020 $779,044
81 P.B. Scott Eppley Limited 136,020 $779,044
82 Peter Chin Lasco Distributors Limited 14,000,000 $769,111
83 Ian C. Kelly Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 15,743,459 $674,737
84 Frank A. R. James Gracekennedy Ltd. 2,010,153 $642,221
85 Norman Abraham Chen tTech Limited 15,391,566 $635,668
86 Gordon Christopher Reckord tTech Limited 15,263,795 $630,391
87 Eileen Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 16,000,000 $623,393
88 Rohan Miller Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,595,465 $586,523
89 Douglas Stibel 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited 15,673,025 $586,227
90 Philip Armstrong Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,547,982 $575,793
91 Winston Thomas Derrimon Trading Company Ltd 13,363,979 $572,757
92 Mark Chisholm Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited 2,391,853 $540,511
93 Peta Rose Hall Barita Investor only 11,188,814 $523,127
94 Michael Ranglin Gracekennedy Ltd. 1,568,097 $500,989
95 Richard Byles Sagicor Real Estate X Fund 5,389,505 $495,987
96 Ivan Berry C2W Music Limited 180,000,000 $490,922
97 Claudette Cook Jamaica Broilers Group 4,060,899 $471,498
98 Henry Graham Sweet Rier Abattoir & Supplis Company 15,035,009 $452,234
99 Mrs. K.A.J. Moss Jamaica Producers Group 6,060,078 $436,809
100 Ryan Mack Gracekennedy Ltd. 1,202,460 $384,173
101 Ian Parsard Jamaica Broilers Group 3,207,739 $372,441
102 Hugh O’Brian Allen tTech Limited 8,806,028 $363,687
103 Joseph Bogdanovich KLE Group Limited 23,168,835 $352,055
104 Garfield H Sinclair Kingston Properties Limited 4,164,407 $324,508
105  Jeffrey. McG. Hall Jamaica Producers Group 4,418,537 $318,487
106 John Minott Barita Investments 5,885,322 $275,165
107 J. A. Lester Spaulding Radio Jamaica 26,607,207 $269,535
108 Karl Lewin Barita Investments 5,675,322 $265,347
109 George W. Cooper Barita Investments 5,302,322 $247,907
110 Gary Matalon KLE Group Limited 16,073,628 $244,242
111 Charles Ross Sterling Investments Limited 1,892,790 $231,566
112 Derek Wilkie C2W Music Limited 80,000,000 $218,187
113 Peter Chin Lasco Manufacturing Limited 5,585,980 $217,641
114 Ian C. Kelly Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 2,322,814 $217,204
115 Gordon V. Shirley Gracekennedy Ltd. 612,092 $195,557
116 A. Alex Balogun Lasco Distributors Limited 3,429,733 $188,417
117 Jacinth Hall-Tracey Lasco Financial Services Limited 7,346,198 $178,031
118 Stephen Shirley KLE Group Limited 10,111,500 $153,646
119 Valdence Gifford Sweet Rier Abattoir & Supplis Company 4,995,058 $150,245
120 Marilyn Burrowes Dolphin Cove Limited 1,000,008 $116,887
121 Thersa Chin Cargo Handlers Limited 760,022 $109,564
122 Primrose Smith ISP Finance Services Limited 1,500,000 $99,353
123 Marcelle Smart tTech Limited 2,370,399 $97,897
124 Anthony James Caribbean Flavours & Fragrances Ltd 820,700 $76,743
125 John Jackson Jetcon Corporation Limited 1,620,000 $75,742
126 Sharon Donaldson General Accident Insurance Co Ltd 3,377,956 $73,703
127 Radcliff Knibbs Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Ltd 3,053,605 $71,385
128 Patsy Latchman-Atterbury Scotia Group Jamaica 191,576 $54,862
129 Jacqueline Sharp Scotia Group Jamaica 190,010 $54,413
130 Grantley Stephenson Kingston Wharves 331,369 $51,669
131 Christopher Barnes 1834 Investments Limited 5,308,834 $49,642
132 Rohan Miller Sagicor Real Estate X Fund 500,000 $46,014
133 Richard Pandohie Seprod Limited 200,000 $45,975
134 Christopher Barnes Radio Jamaica 4,307,000 $43,630
135 Archibald Campbell JMMB Group Ltd 363,227 $41,041
136 Romae Gordon Pulse Invesments Ltd. 1,635,279 $38,228
137 Dennis Cohen National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. 86,480 $33,694
138 Wayne N. Hardie IronRock Insurance Company Limited 1,025,727 $31,972
139 Safia Cooper Pulse Invesments Ltd. 1,079,422 $25,234
140 Garfield H Sinclair Cable and Wireless Jamaica – FLOW 4,021,000 $25,067
141 James Morrison Supreme Ventures 345,165 $14,255
142 Ian A Mcnaughton Barita Investments 296,000 $13,839
143 Norman Russell Jamaican Teas Limited 300,000 $11,338
144 Douglas R. Orane 1834 Investments Limited 1,053,553 $9,852
145 Horace (Craig) Mair Scotia Group Jamaica 24,741 $7,085
146 Gary Allen Radio Jamaica 361,228 $3,659
147 Robin Levy Jamaica Stock Exchange Ltd 50,000 $2,143
148 Marlene Street Forrest Jamaica Stock Exchange Ltd 30,000 $1,286
149 Ian Dear Margaritaville Caribbean Limited 25,000 $1,068
150 Kevin Richards Kingston Properties Limited 10,500 $818
151 Lissant Mitchell Scotia Investments Jamaica 2,000 $521
152 Alejandro Vares Caribbean Cement Co. 300 $79
153 Mustafa Turra Berger Paints Ltd 0 $0
154 Marcus Steele Carreras Limited 0 $0

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Agostini Group Posting Solid First Quarter Performance, With The Group’s Revenue Increasing By 7%

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Christian E. Mouttet Chairman of the Agostini Group has released the following Unaudited First Quarter Consolidated Results For the First Three Months of 2024 Financial Year,

For the First Three Months of our 2024 Financial Year, the Agostini Group posted a solid performance, with the Group’s revenue increasing by 7% from $1.27 billion to $1.36 billion, and profit attributable to shareholders increasing by 5% to $69.3 million, excluding the restated, one-off, non-cash Net Gain on Acquisitions recognised in the comparative period. When this gain is included, the profit attributable to shareholders declined by 67% when compared to the prior year.

Earnings per share for the quarter was $1.00 versus $0.96 without the net gain, and $3.01 with the gain, a year earlier.

Our three core businesses continued to deliver strong results although the Energy and Industrial business saw a modest decrease when compared to the previous year, primarily due to the discontinued operations of the Agostini Contracting Division.

To facilitate the growth and expansion of our Consumer Products business, we have broken ground in Guyana on a new distribution centre, and in Trinidad, we expect to begin construction of a new state-of-the-art distribution centre at Aranguez in the coming months. In Jamaica and Barbados, we are at various stages of the upgrading and expansion of our distribution facilities and technology platforms at our Pharmaceutical and Healthcare operations.

A key objective for our Group in this Financial Year is the integration of the acquisitions completed during the two previous years to achieve the synergies, efficiencies and alignment that drove those strategic acquisitions. This process is well underway and we expect that it will deliver sustainable value to our customers, employees and shareholders in this Financial Year and the years ahead.

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Exceptional Occurrences In Distribution Businesses In Trinidad And Barbados Adversely Impacted Massy Holdings IRP Results In QI.

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Robert Riley Chairman Of Massy Holdings Ltd. Has Released The Following Unaudited Financial Statements For The Period Ended December 31st, 2023

The Group is actively executing its strategy, emphasizing a focused approach on its three core industry portfolios: Integrated Retail, Gas Products and Motors and Machines.

In FY2023, the Group made three bold moves to acquire the Rowe’s IGA supermarket chain in Jacksonville Florida, IGL medical and industrial gas business in Jamaica, and Air Liquide’s 750 tonne per annum air separation and export business in Trinidad. These moves expanded the Group’s presence to a significant operation in the US, backward integrated into critical supply of Oxygen and Nitrogen for the region and solidified Massy’s leadership position in the LPG, and medical and industrial gas business in Jamaica. All acquisitions are performing well and for QI FY2024, they contributed $43.4 million (US$6.4 million) to the Group’s PBT, yielding $28.1 million (US$4.2 million) to the Group’s PBT from Continuing Operations after deducting interest costs.

Although Group Revenue grew by 18% (7.8% without acquisitions) from $3.6 Billion (US$535 million) to $4.3 Billion (US$633 million), Group PBT from Continuing Operations declined by 2% from $301 million (US$44.8 million) to $294 million (US$43.7 million). Each portfolio experienced unique isolated setbacks and the Investment Holding Company (IHC) made some changes that increased net expenses and nonrecurring/one-off impacts to the P&L.

Despite healthy Revenue growth of 18% (8.6% without acquisitions), QI PBT from Integrated Retail Portfolio (IRP) declined by 1% (4.6% without acquisitions), Retail stores in Trinidad, Barbados, USA and Guyana performed commendably but some exceptional occurrences in the Distribution businesses in Trinidad and Barbados adversely impacted IRP results in QI.

Gas Product Portfolio (GPP) QI PBT grew by 54%, representing a $34 million (US$5 million) increase. Without the acquisitions, the GPP QI growth would have been 25%. The Motors and Machines Portfolio (MMP) QI PBT declined by 13%. The Trinidad businesses performed commendably. However, inventory build-up from importers increased finance costs in Colombia; and uncertainty about Venezuela’s claim to a major portion of Guyana and unavailability of Higher Purchase credit for new cars led to declining sales for industrial equipment and vehicles in Guyana in QI 2024.

The divestment of the Group’s non-core assets has reached its “long-tail” with a couple of subsidiaries, and properties in Barbados held for sale. The strength of the Group’s Revenue production across the breadth of our sectors and geographies offers reassurance for the outlook for the rest of the Financial Year.lt is anticipated that several one-off isolated events in QI will not recur throughout the year.

The Board is confident in the strength of the Group and its strategy as it pursues its vision to be a Global Force For Good, An Investment Holding Company with a Caribbean Heart.

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Tropical Battery Acquires California-Based Rose Batteries

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Tropical Battery Company Limited (JSE:TROPICAL), a leader in innovative energy solutions, is pleased to announce the strategic acquisition of Rose Electronics Distributing Company (Rose Batteries), based in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Founded in 1963, Rose Batteries is a manufacturer of specialized batteries for high value industries requiring critical power, including healthcare and aerospace. The company has built a solid reputation for the customized design and assembly of highly reliable batteries providing essential power and charging solutions to a broad range of B2B customers.

The company’s strength lies in its ability to cater to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), offering customized solutions that supply continuous power in challenging environments. Rose’s approach in providing tailor-made contract manufacturing solutions has redefined industry standards and garnered a loyal customer base supporting stable, recurring revenue streams.

The acquisition of Rose Batteries represents a significant milestone in Tropical Battery’s strategy of diversification into new complementary product lines, market segments and geographies, and reaffirms the company’s commitment to technological innovation and growth in the global energy market. The acquisition was completed through Tropical’s US subsidiary Tropical Battery USA LLC. The purchase price is subject to strict non-disclosure restrictions, however the price significantly exceeds 50% of the market capitalisation of Tropical.

The integration of Rose Batteries into the Tropical Battery group of companies represents much more than simply an expansion into the world’s largest economy; it’s a significant step forward in boosting technological capabilities, innovation potential, and key financial indicators. The acquisition is projected to materially enhance Tropical Battery’s free cash flow, improve its cash conversion cycle, and increase the return on capital, thereby enhancing shareholder value and financial strength.

Rose CEO Itamar Frankenthal, an influential shareholder who has led the company since 2016, will join Tropical Battery as a shareholder and board member, continuing his focus on growth opportunities in the United States. His extensive experience, shaped by his Harvard MBA journey, along with his transformative leadership at Rose, underscores the expertise and visionary approach he will bring to the Tropical Battery group of companies. Rose COO Chris Wunderlich will become the new CEO of Rose Batteries, bringing a rich blend of experience in management, engineering, operations, and technology.

Following the acquisition of Dominican Republic-based KAYA Energy Group in 2023, and now, the acquisition of Rose, Tropical Battery will focus on integrating and harmonizing these three dynamic organizations to leverage synergies, optimize costs, and explore new growth opportunities across various markets.

“This acquisition reaffirms our commitment to transforming Tropical Battery into a multinational organization at the vanguard of innovative growth in emerging segments driving the transition to more sustainable energy solutions,” commented Tropical Battery Managing Director Alexander Melville.

“The integration of Rose Batteries will position the Tropical Battery group of companies to offer even greater value to our customers and stakeholders than ever before. We are reinvigorated by this next chapter in our growth and passionate about enabling a more sustainable, technologically driven future in the energy sector, while strengthening our financial performance with the support of pioneers in the Caribbean financial services ecosystem like Sygnus Capital, which served as lead arranger in this transaction.”

“Sygnus Capital’s partnership with Tropical Battery for this transformative acquisition reinforces our commitment to delivering innovative solutions that drive the growth of medium-sized businesses throughout the Caribbean,” noted Gregory Samuels, Senior Vice President & Head of Investment Banking at Sygnus Capital Limited. “We believe in empowering local companies to acquire overseas assets, thereby boosting our country’s foreign exchange inflows. This move aligns with our focus on impactful and sustainable investments, while also deepening our longstanding relationship with a valued client, namely Tropical Battery’s holding company, Diverze Assets. Together, we pave the way for growth, innovation, and financial resilience in the energy sector,” Samuels added.

About Tropical Battery Company

Established in 1950, Tropical Battery has become a household name in premium energy solutions in the Caribbean. Listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange in 2020, the company has diversified beyond its core car battery business into automotive care products, renewable energy and electric mobility as part of its transformation into a diversified energy group enabling sustainability with innovation, technology and exceptional service delivery.

About Rose Batteries

With over 60 years in business, Rose Batteries has emerged as a leading contract manufacturer of specialized batteries for high growth industries driving the adoption of cutting-edge technologies. The company’s dedication to innovation and sustainable practices has positioned it as a vital partner across several sectors, including healthcare, robotics, aerospace and telecommunications.

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Republic Financial Holdings Strong Growth In Loans And Investments, Combined With Continued Strong Interest Rate Environment Record Profits Of TT$503M For 3 Month Ended December 2023.

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Vincent A. Pereira Chairman of Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) Has Released The Report For The Three-Month Period Ended December 31, 2023

Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) recorded profit attributable to its equity holders of TT$503 million for the three-month period ended December 31, 2023.

Excluding one-off losses reported in the prior period, core profits after tax and non-controlling interest increased by $33 million or 6.9 percent, while reported profits increased by $103 million or 26 percent over the $400 million reported in the corresponding period of the last financial year.

Total assets stood at $115.2 billion at December 31, 2023, an increase of $1.7 billion or 1.46 percent over the total assets at December 2022. This increase was fuelled by growth in the loans and investments portfolios across all subsidiaries.

The Group’s first quarter results reflect the impact of this strong growth in loans and investments, combined with the continued strong interest rate environment for our US$ denominated subsidiaries. All subsidiaries recorded strong performances despite the ongoing economic challenges in some environments. The overall performance continues to highlight the value of the Group’s international diversification strategy and the resilience of our operations.

Based on these results, the Board of Directors has declared its first ever quarterly interim dividend of TT$0.55 per share payable on February 29, 2024 to all shareholders on record at February 15, 2024.

The Group continues to work on improving its employee engagement, customer focus and digital strategy to continue adding value to our customers, staff and stakeholders. While challenges persist, we believe that we are well positioned to navigate the continued global economic uncertainties.

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Ciboney Group Limited is now Innovative Energy Group Limited

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Nigel Davy, executive chairman of newly named company Innovative Energy Group (IEG) Limited has released the following unaudited financial results for Ciboney Group Ltd for the quarter ended November 30, 2023, which have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

On November 15th, the Company announced its intention in a resolution to shareholders at the Annual General Meeting on December 6, 2023, to change the company’s name from Ciboney Group Limited to “Innovative Energy Group Limited”. This resolution was passed by the shareholders at the meeting, and for the purposes of this report Ciboney Group Ltd will be referred to by its new name Innovative Energy Group Limited (formerly Ciboney Group Limited) or “the Company”.

A loss of $3.79 million during the second quarter of 2023 as compared to a loss of $1.13MM in the corresponding quarter of 2022. These losses are mainly attributable to steps being taken to move the Company out of dormancy consequent on the acquisition of the majority of its shares by IEC Energy Company Ltd.

Costs incurred during this quarter related primarily to expenditures on the website, public relations and corporate governance activities which were financed by advances by the related party, Innovative Energy Company DBA IEC SPEI Limited.

The IEC Group is comprised of IEC Energy Company Limited (St Lucia) – the holding company, along with Innovative Energy Company DBA IEC SPEI Limited and Innovative Energy Group Limited (formerly Ciboney Group Limited).

The resolutions approved by shareholders at the December 6, 2023 Annual General Meeting encompass changing the Company’s name to Innovative Energy Group Limited, increasing the authorized share capital to unlimited ordinary shares, adopting new Articles of Incorporation, approving the Audited Financial Statements for the year ended May 31, 2023, re-electing Directors Wayne Wray, Kyle Davy, and Conley Salmon, fixing the remuneration of Non-executive Directors, and appointing Crichton Mullings & Associates as Auditors with remuneration set by the Directors.

These are in line with the transformation of the Company to a vertically integrated green energy company with over three (3) decades of group experience in the private energy industry.

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