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TechnoPro : FY2021 Q3 Financial Results Slide Presentation

04/28/2021 | 02:07am EDT

TechnoPro Group Financial Results for the 3rd Quarter of FYE June 2021

TechnoPro Holdings, Inc. (code: 6028,TSE)

April 28, 2021

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Contents

Page

I

: FY2021 Q3 Financial Overview

2

II

: KPI Analysis

6

i Number of Engineers & Utilization Ratio

6

ii Unit Sales Prices

11

III

FY2021 Guidance

12

IV

Shareholder Return

14

V

Appendix

15

VI

Data References

19

  1. Accounting figures are rounded down to the nearest unit unless otherwise stated; KPI figures exclude "Other Businesses in Japan" and "Overseas" segments
  2. "Net profit" refers to net profit attributable to owners of the parent company after deducting non-controlling interests
  3. "Core operating profit" is calculated by subtracting SG&A expenses from gross profit, excluding extraordinary items (ex. government subsidy, impairment loss) recognized in other income or other expenses
  4. "Operating profit before PPA asset amortization" is calculated by adding back following items to operating profit: 1) amortization of client related asset incurred by Purchase Price Allocation at M&A transactions, 2) impairment loss, 3) changes in fair value amount and early exercise of put option liabilities, and 4) changes in fair value amount of earn-our liabilities

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1

FY2021 Q3 Financial Overview

  • Cumulative Q3 FY21.6 revenue was 120.1 billion yen, up 0.6% year-on-year; operating profit was 14.87 billion yen(including 1.69 billion yen of government subsidy for continuous employment in Japan), up 13.8% year-on-year; core operating profit was 13.18 billion yen, up 2.6% year-on-year; net profit was 10.24 billion yen, up 14.1% year-on-year
  • Cumulative Q3 FY21.6 gross profit margin decreased 1.9 ptsyear-on-year mainly due to 1) increased standby costs (0.4 pts) impacted by lowered utilization ratio, 2) a decline of unit sales price (0.5 pts) affected by a decrease in working hours, 3) an increase of provision for paid leave (0.5 pts), and 4) an increase in employer-contribution for the defined contribution pension plan (0.3 pts), while SG&A expense ratio on revenue improved 2.1 ptsyear-on-year driven by continued cost-saving efforts, thereby core operating profit margin continues to expand 0.2 ptsyear-on-year

(yen in millions, except per share amounts)

Q3 (three-month period)

Nine Months Ended

Full-Year

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

YOY

vs.

(Results)

(Results)

(Results)

(Results)

YOY

(Results)

(Guidance)

YOY

Guidance

Revenue

40,453

40,729

+276

+0.7%

119,491

120,181

75.6%

+690

+0.6%

158,407

159,000

+0.4%

Gross profit

10,846

10,363

(482)

(4.4%)

30,952

28,887

(2,065)

(6.7%)

40,226

GP margin

26.8%

25.4%

(1.4 pts)

25.9%

24.0%

(1.9 pts)

25.4%

SG&A expenses

6,109

5,468

(640)

(10.5%)

18,104

15,700

(2,403)

(13.3%)

23,960

Ratio on revenue

15.1%

13.4%

(1.7 pts)

15.2%

13.1%

(2.1 pts)

15.1%

Core operating profit

4,736

4,894

+157

+3.3%

12,848

13,186

+337

+2.6%

16,265

Core OP margin

11.7%

12.0%

+0.3 pts

10.8%

11.0%

+0.2 pts

10.3%

Other income

254

469

+215

393

1,984

+1,591

649

Other expenses

142

165

+23

171

291

+120

1,143

Operating profit

4,848

5,198

+349

+7.2%

13,070

14,879

82.7%

+1,808

+13.8%

15,772

18,000

+14.1%

OP margin

12.0%

12.8%

+0.8 pts

10.9%

12.4%

+1.4 pts

10.0%

11.3%

Profit before income taxes

4,897

5,257

+359

+7.3%

13,088

14,902

82.8%

+1,813

+13.9%

15,843

18,000

+13.6%

Net profit

3,325

3,626

+301

+9.1%

8,979

10,249

83.3%

+1,269

+14.1%

10,825

12,300

+13.6%

Net profit margin

8.2%

8.9%

+0.7 pts

7.5%

8.5%

+1.0 pts

6.8%

7.7%

Earnings per share (yen)

92.09

100.99

+8.90

+9.7%

248.42

285.44

83.3%

+37.02

+14.9%

299.97

342.54

+14.2%

Dividend per share (yen)

50.00

50.00

29.1%

0.00

0.0%

150.00

172.00

+14.7%

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2

Quarterly Performance

  • Working hours per day in Japan were 8.51 hours(down 0.05 hours/day or 0.6% year-on-year) for three-months Q3 FY21.6 period mainly impacted by COVID-19

Revenue 50.0

40.1

40.2

40.4

40.7

38.9 [38.8]

200.0

(yen in billions)

40.0

38.8

39.1

158.4 [159.0]

150.0

30.0

FY20.6: Results

100.0

20.0

10.0

50.0

FY21.6: Guidance

0.0

0.0

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY21.6: Results

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Full Year

YOY

+0.8%

+0.3

+0.7%

[(0.2)]

[+0.4]

Progress on full-year %

24.6%

[24.7%]

25.3%

[25.3%]

25.5%

[25.6%]

24.6%

[24.4%]

100.0

100.0

Working days†

56.5

56.2

58.1

58.6

55.8

56.5

56.7

[57.2]

227.1

[228.5]

Working hours per day†

8.56

8.44

8.56

8.47

8.56

8.51

8.39

[8.47]

8.52

[8.47]

Ave. monthly unit sales price

626

620

635

637

638

640

620

[627]

630

[630]

(yen in thousands)

† Figures of two major subsidiaries in Japan (TechnoPro, Inc. & TechnoPro Construction, Inc.)

Operating

6.0

5.3

4.8

5.1

Profit

3.8

4.3

4.3

15.7

[18.0]

20.0

4.0

[3.1]

2.7

15.0

2.0

10.0

5.0

0.0

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

0.0

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Full Year

FY20.6: Results

FY21.6: Guidance

FY21.6: Results

YOY

+12.2%

+22.8

+7.2%

[+15.5]

[+14.1]

Progress on full-year %

24.6%

[24.2%]

27.5%

[29.6%]

30.7%

[28.9%]

17.1%

[17.3%]

100.0

100.0

OP margin

10.0%

11.1%

10.8%

13.2%

12.0%

12.8%

6.9%

[8.0%]

10.0

[11.3%]

* Figures in brackets indicate forecast at the time of publication

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3

FY2021 Q3 Segment Results (Year-to-date)

  • Companies included in each segment are described in Appendix

(yen in millions, except engineer headcounts)

R&D Outsourcing

Construction Management Outsourcing

Other Businesses in Japan

Japan Total

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Revenue

84,403

94,758

95,464

+0.7%

13,131

14,922

14,849

(0.5%)

2,245

3,112

2,693

(13.5%)

99,780

112,793

113,007

+0.2%

Ratio to consolidated revenue

79.2%

79.3%

79.4%

12.3%

12.5%

12.4%

2.1%

2.6%

2.2%

93.7%

94.4%

94.0%

Operating profit

8,605

10,221

12,146

+18.8%

1,576

1,884

2,187

+16.1%

212

306

112

(63.4%)

10,395

12,412

14,445

+16.4%

OP margin

10.2%

10.8%

12.7%

12.0%

12.6%

14.7%

9.5%

9.9%

4.2%

10.4%

11.0%

12.8%

OP before PPA asset amortization

8,666

10,281

12,206

+18.7%

1,576

1,884

2,187

+16.1%

212

306

112

(63.4%)

10,455

12,472

14,506

+16.3%

OP margin before PPA asset

10.3%

10.9%

12.8%

12.0%

12.6%

14.7%

9.5%

9.9%

4.2%

10.5%

11.1%

12.8%

amortization

PPA asset amortization

(60)

(60)

(60)

0.0%

(60)

(60)

(60)

0.0%

Impairment loss

No. of engineers (period-end)

15,697

17,520

17,368

(0.9%)

2,363

2,714

2,581

(4.9%)

18,060

20,234

19,949

(1.4%)

o/w Non-Japanese in Japan

863

1,065

853

(19.9%)

59

83

91

+9.6%

922

1,148

944

(17.8%)

Overseas

Reporting Segment Total

Corporate/Eliminations

Consolidated Total

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Q3

Q3

Q3

YOY

Revenue

7,619

7,853

8,119

+3.4%

107,400

120,646

121,126

+0.4%

(855)

(1,155)

(945)

106,544

119,491

120,181

+0.6%

Ratio to consolidated revenue

7.2%

6.6%

6.8%

100.8%

101.0%

100.8%

(0.8%)

(1.0%)

(0.8%)

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Operating profit

684

563

601

+6.8%

11,079

12,976

15,047

+16.0%

52

94

(167)

11,131

13,070

14,879

+13.8%

OP margin

9.0%

7.2%

7.4%

10.3%

10.8%

12.4%

10.4%

10.9%

12.4%

OP before PPA asset amortization

867

716

756

+5.4%

11,322

13,189

15,262

+15.7%

52

143

(167)

11,374

13,333

15,094

+13.2%

OP margin before PPA asset

11.4%

9.1%

9.3%

10.5%

10.9%

12.6%

10.7%

11.2%

12.6%

amortization

PPA asset amortization

(182)

(153)

(154)

+0.6%

(242)

(213)

(214)

+0.4%

(242)

(213)

(214)

+0.4%

Impairment loss

Changes in fair value and early

60

60

exercise of put option liabilities

Changes in fair value of earn-out

(110)

(110)

liabilities

No. of engineers (period-end)

1,649

1,569

1,921

+22.4%

19,709

21,803

21,870

+0.3%

19,709

21,803

21,870

+0.3%

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FY2021 Q3 Balance Sheet & Cash Flows

  • Conducted a refinancing of existing loans with 10 billion yenprocured in September 2020 through the syndicated loan (five years fully amortizing payment), expecting to repay 500 million yen of the principal every three-month (2 billion yen annually) from December 2020
  • Established total 12 billion yen(amount equivalent to revenue for 0.9 months) commitment lines for the purpose of working capital, ensuring sufficient level of funds to prepare for unexpected cash demands

FY21.6 Q3 End B/S (yen in billions)

FY21.6 YTD Q3 Cash Flows

(yen in millions)

Operating CF

13,827

Cash & cash equivalents

26.6

IFRS 16 related assets 8.4

Goodwill

36.3

Intangible assets (PPA) 1.7

Other assets 39.5

Debt 9.0

IFRS 16 related liabilities 8.4

Other liabilities

36.5

PO liabilities 3.1

Total equity 55.5

Corporate income tax payment

(4,663)

Investing CF

(1,096)

Financing CF

(8,982)

IFRS 16 related lease liability repayment***

(4,903)

Net cash from loan procurement and repayment

+1,341

Dividend payment

(5,420)

Net CF

+3,888

  • Reclassified to Financing CF, previously recognized in Operating CF as lease payment until FY19.6

Total assets 112.5

Total liabilities & equity 112.5

Net cash :

17.7 Bn

Net worth ratio*: 49.4%

D/E Ratio*

0.16x

D/OP Ratio**

0.50x

  • Total equity includes non-controlling interests
  • Calculated using operating profit stated in the full-year guidance

Commitment Lines

(yen in millions)

Purpose

Credit line

Used

Unused

Expiration

1

Working capital

10,000

0

10,000

Jun. 2021

2

Working capital

1,000

0

1,000

Sep. 2021

3

Working capital

1,000

0

1,000

Oct. 2021

4

M&A

10,000

0

10,000

Jun. 2021

Total

22,000

0

22,000

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Number of Engineers & Utilization Ratio [Japan]

  • Engineers on payroll in Japan at the end of Q3 FY21.6 totaled 19,949(down 1,315 from FY20.6 end), including 944non- Japanese engineers working in Japan (down 234 from FY20.6 end)
  • Average utilization ratio was 94.5%for the cumulative Q3 FY21.6 (down 1.1 pts year-on-year), expecting 94.5%(up 0.5 pts year-on-year) as the full-year FY21.6 average

FY20.6 Q3

FY20.6

FY21.6 Q3

FY21.6

No. of

Ave. 94.0%

Ave. [94.5%]

Utilization

Engineers

Ave. 95.6%

Ave. 94.5%

Ratio (%)

21,264

up 1,971

down 1,315

(up 10.2)

(down 6.2%)

Ave. 20,231

20,234

Ave. 20,356 (up 0.6)[20,150]

19,949

19,293

Added 1,364new-grads

Added 292new-grads and

* Figures in brackets indicate

engineers

220mid-career engineers

forecast at the time of publication

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6

Reference: Contract Renewal Ratio (Mar, Jun, Sep, Dec)

  • Terms of most staffing contracts are three or six months, therefore major contract renewal cycle occurs every three months (March contract renewal ratio usually tends to lower slightly less than 90%, since in March the contracts up for renewal reach approx. 80% of total contractsand many projects end to coincide with the closing of our customers' fiscal year)
  • Contract renewal ratio for March 2021 ended up with 90.4%(up 1.1 pts year-on-year), surpassed the previous year period
  • Expects no significant deterioration in year-on-yearcontract renewal ratioin June 2021 (approx. 55% of total contracts will be up for renewal)

No. of Engineers

Contract Renewal Ratio

90.0%

Contracts up for

Non-renewed

Engineers on

Renewal ratio

assignment

renewal

contracts

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Recruitment/Turnover [Japan]

  • Mid-carrierengineers hired in cumulative Q3 FY21.6 totaled 464(down 2,134 or 82.1% year-on-year) due to temporary freeze on new hiring as a preemptive response to COVID-19 crisis
  • 1,779engineers left in cumulative Q3 FY21.6: permanent employees of 1,279(up 37 year-on-year),fixed-term employees of 500(up 85 year-on-year)
  • Turnover ratio for permanent employees* was 8.4%(up 0.1 pts year-on-year) for cumulative Q3 FY21.6, and 8.8%(up 0.5 pts year-on-year) for the last twelve months
  • Net engineer decrease of 1,315for cumulative Q3 FY21.6; focusing on retention efforts and further promoting recruitment of mid-career engineers in order to enhance engineering talent resources

Net Increase (Decrease)

No. of

Recruitment/Turnover

No. of Engineers

Engineers

+2,496 +1,971

4,512

(1,493)(1,782)

  1. (2,016)

(645)

FY19.6 FY20.6

(1,315)

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6 Q3

YOY

Hired Total

4,512

4,398

464

M&A

126

0

New-grads joined in April

1,048

1,364

Mid-carrier: Q4

797

436

Mid-carrier: Q3

875

773

288

(485)

(62.7%)

4,398

Mid-carrier: Q2

874

902

117

(785)

(87.0%)

Mid-carrier: Q1

792

923

59

(864)

(93.6%)

Turnover Total

2,016

2,427

1,779

Permanent employees

1,493

1,782

1,279

464

Contract terms matured, others

523

645

500

Turnover Ratio for Permanent Employees*

(1,279)

(1,779)

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

(2,427)

(500)

Quarter

8.0%

6.7%

10.6%

8.0%

8.6%

7.8%

8.6%

10.1%

8.8%

8.2%

8.1%

Year-to-date

7.3%

8.5%

8.3%

8.2%

8.3%

8.8%

8.5%

8.4%

FY21.6

Last twelve

8.0%

7.9%

8.2%

8.3%

8.5%

8.7%

8.3%

8.8%

8.9%

8.9%

8.8%

months

* Turnover ratio for permanent employees was calculated excluding fixed-term employees left at the end of contract term

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Assigned Engineers Portfolios by "Technology" [Japan]

  • Total number of assigned engineers turned to decrease year-on-year, impacted by a decline in engineers on payroll, although the utilization ratio has already recovered to pre-pandemic level
  • Also expects number of assigned engineers at the end of FY21.6 to decrease year-on-year, whereas aiming to exceed the previous-year level as early as in FY22.6 by achieving an increase of engineer headcounts through promoting recruitment actively in IT, Construction and Chemical/Biochemical with sustaining the utilization ratio

Q3 FY20.6 End

down 0.4%

Q3 FY21.6 End

No. of

Assigned Engineers: 19,269

Assigned Engineers: 19,200

Engineers

226

445 2,548

(+8.8%) (+14.0%)

703

(5.6%)

2,369

(+25.7)

5,416

(+15.7%)

IT engineers 50.0 / 9,625

3,738

(+3.2%)

1,984

(+5.3%)

1,840

(+9.1%)

down 69

222 (-1.8%)

2,497

497 (-2.0%)3,541

(+11.7%)(-5.3%)

705

(0.3%)

1,954

2,571

(-1.5%)

(+8.5%)

1,745

(-5.2%)

5,468

(+1.0%)

IT engineers

51.0 / 9,784

Machinery

Electric/Electronic

Embedded Control

SW Development/Maintenance

IT Infrastructure

Chemical

Biochemical

Construction

Others

* Figures in parenthesis indicate year-on-year % change

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Assigned Engineers Portfolios by "Industry" [Japan]

  • In Transportation Equipment, demand for OEMs has began to recover, while automotive suppliers are still struggling with weak demand
  • Industrial Machinery and Electronic Component specifically relating to semiconductors are recovering
  • IT sector maintains relatively robust assignments, while skill requirements from customers are getting higher; promote investment in the training of our existing engineers and prioritize recruitment of well experienced mid-career talent

Q3 FY20.6 End

down 0.4%

Assigned Engineers: 19,269

down 69

730 (+35.7%)

2,8673,964

(+12.3%)(+3.8%)

Q3 FY21.6 End

Assigned Engineers: 19,200

640 (-12.3%)

2,837

3,781

(-1.0%)

No. of

Engineers

Transportation Equipment

IT

Industrial Machinery

  1. (14.5%)
  1. (+1.1%)

554 (-0.7%)

404 (+8.9%)

701 (+9.0%)

512 (-7.6%)

(-4.6%)

Electronic Component Electricity/Gas/Public

Consumer

667(+12.7%)

3,986

785 (+22.5%)

(+25.0%)

1,010 (+14.1%)

1,234 2,458

(+1.0%) (+6.0%)

697

(+4.5%)

4,243

(+6.4%)

797 (+1.5%)

1,066 (+5.5%)

1,220 2,302

(-1.1%)(-6.3%)

Medical Device

Material

Financial and Securities

Pharmaceutical/Chemical

Construction/Plant Eng.

Others

* Figures in parenthesis indicate year-on-year % change

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Average Monthly Unit Sales Price

Two Major Subsidiaries in Japan: TechnoPro, Inc. & TechnoPro Construction, Inc.

  • Ave. monthly unit sales price* for cumulative Q3 FY21.6 decreased to 632K yen(down 1K yen/month or 0.2% year-on-year)
  • Decreased 3K yen/month year-on-year due to the mix of a slight increase in working days (up 0.10 days/month) and shorter overtime hours (down 1.72 hours/month)
  • Increased 15K yen/month driven by base charge hike for existing engineers on assignment through shift-up/charge-up efforts
  • Diluted 9K yen/month due to first assignment of newly hired new-grads/mid-career engineers

(yen in

Unit Sales Price Bridge:

A

thousands)

down 0.2% YOY

Base charge increase of existing engineers on assignment,

excluding impact from working days/overtime hours

Q3 FY21.6 End: up 2.3% YOY B

  • Unit sales price
    Average sales per engineer per month, which includes base charge, overtime charges and others
  • Existing engineers on assignment

Increase(decrease) of prices through

633

632

changes in place of assignment or

contract renewal at the same

(9)

assignment

(4)

(3)

*** Newly hired

Increase(decrease) of prices from

first assignment of newly hired new-

grads/mid-career engineers

**** Others

Increase(decrease) of prices from

working days/

Existing engineers

Newly hired***

Others****

Ave.

Ave.

Q3 FY20.6

overtime hours

on assignment**

(new-grads/mid-career)

Q3 FY21.6

other factors than described above

(shift-up/charge-up)

Price

FY20.6

FY21.6

Development

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Unit Sales Price (yen in thousands, year-to-date)

626

631

633

630

620

628

632

Year-on-year

A

+0.8%

(0.3%)

+0.3%

(0.1%)

(1.0%)

(0.4%)

(0.2%)

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

Base Charge Increase of Existing Engineers on Assignment B

+3.6%

+3.4%

+3.0%

+3.7%

+3.4%

+2.6%

+2.3%

* Year-on-year comparison for each quarter end

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FY2021 Guidance Update (Full-Year)

  • Updated Q4 FY2021 guidance which was estimated within a reasonable extent; reflecting the key KPIs for Q4 period which was revised again to include effects from successful contract renewal negotiation in March 2021 and smooth allocation of new- grads engineers joined in April
  • Full-yearguidance was also revised upwardsto reflect the update described above and quarterly results for Q3 FY21.6
  • Expects income of 1.73 billion yenin total from government subsidy for continuous employment in Japan for cumulative full- year FY21.6 period (income to be recorded in three-month period Q4 FY21.6 will be insignificant)

(yen in millions, except per share amounts, average monthly unit price, and engineer headcounts)

Q4 (three-months period)

Full-Year

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY21.6

(Results)

(Guidance)

(Updated

vs. prior

YOY

(Results)

(Guidance)

(Updated

vs. prior

YOY

guidance)

guidance

guidance)

guidance

Revenue

38,916

38,049

38,820

+771

(96)

(0.2%)

158,407

156,500

159,000

+2,500

+592

+0.4%

Operating profit

2,701

2,820

3,120

+300

+418

+15.5%

15,772

17,000

18,000

+1,000

+2,227

+14.1%

OP margin

6.9%

7.4%

8.0%

+0.6 pts

+1.1 pts

10.0%

10.9%

11.3%

+0.5 pts

+1.4 pts

Profit before income

2,754

2,806

3,097

+291

+342

+12.4%

15,843

16,900

18,000

+1,100

+2,156

+13.6%

taxes

Net profit

1,845

1,878

2,051

+173

+205

+11.1%

10,825

11,500

12,300

+800

+1,474

+13.6%

Net profit margin

4.7%

4.9%

5.3%

+0.3 pts

+0.5 pts

6.8%

7.3%

7.7%

+0.4 pts

+0.9 pts

Earnings per share (yen)

51.39

52.29

57.12

+4.83

+5.73

+11.2%

299.97

320.25

342.54

+22.29

+42.57

+14.2%

Dividend per share (yen)

150.00

161.00

172.00

+11.00

+22.00

+14.7%

Q4 (three-months period)

Full-Year

Key KPIs

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY21.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY21.6

(Results)

(Guidance)

(Updated

vs. prior

YOY

(Results)

(Guidance)

(Updated

vs. prior

YOY

guidance)

guidance

guidance)

guidance

Engineers (period-end)

21,264

20,000

20,150

+150

(1,114)

(5.2%)

21,264

20,000

20,150

+150

(1,114)

(5.2%)

Ave. utilization ratio

89.8%

92.6%

94.5%

+1.9 pts

+4.7 pts

94.0%

93.9%

94.5%

+0.6 pts

+0.5 pts

Ave. monthly unit price*

620

620

627

+7

+7

+1.1%

630

626

630

+4

0

0.0%

(yen in thousands)

* Figures of two major subsidiaries in Japan (TechnoPro, Inc. & TechnoPro Construction, Inc.)

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Reference: FY2021 Segment Guidance Update (Full-Year)

  • R&D Outsourcing: Operating profit to surpass year-on-year results thanks to income from government subsidy for continuous employment in Japan, although gross profit may decrease due to a decline in utilization ratio in the first half period
  • Construction Management Outsourcing: Expects to maintain high profit margin driven by early effects from cost-cutting efforts, although revenue will slightly decline due to shrinking engineers base
  • Other Businesses in Japan: Aims to secure profit by continuously managing expenses, although expecting decline in both revenue and profit due to stagnant permanent placement business
  • Overseas: Delivered earnings above the guidance in both revenue and profit for the first half period, also planning to post an increase in revenue and profit for the full year period underlined by the growth expectation of TechnoPro China's business

(yen in millions, except engineer headcounts)

R&D Outsourcing

Construction Management Outsourcing

Other Businesses in Japan

Japan Total

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

YOY

YOY

YOY

YOY

Revenue

114,021

126,179

127,000

+0.7%

17,720

19,787

19,500

(1.5%)

3,474

4,103

3,500

(14.7%)

135,217

150,071

150,000

(0.0%)

Ratio to consolidated revenue

79.1%

79.7%

79.9%

12.3%

12.5%

12.3%

2.4%

2.6%

2.2%

93.8%

94.7%

94.3%

Operating profit

10,672

12,880

14,300

+11.0%

1,938

2,109

2,800

+32.7%

416

(139)

150

13,028

14,850

17,250

+16.2%

OP margin

9.4%

10.2%

11.3%

10.9%

10.7%

14.4%

12.0%

(3.4%)

4.3%

9.6%

9.9%

11.5%

OP before PPA asset amortization

10,752

12,960

14,380

+11.0%

1,938

2,517

2,800

+11.2%

416

367

150

(59.2%)

13,108

15,845

17,330

+9.4%

OP margin before PPA asset

9.4%

10.3%

11.3%

10.9%

12.7%

14.4%

12.0%

9.0%

4.3%

9.7%

10.6%

11.6%

amortization

No. of engineers (period-end)

16,748

18,471

17,560

(4.9%)

2,545

2,793

2,590

(7.3%)

19,293

21,264

20,150

(5.2%)

o/w non-Japanese in Japan

922

1,082

63

96

985

1,178

Overseas

Reporting Segment Total

Corporate/Eliminations

Consolidated Total

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

YOY

YOY

YOY

YOY

Revenue

10,283

9,941

10,700

+7.6%

145,500

160,012

160,700

+0.4%

(1,324)

(1,605)

(1,700)

144,176

158,407

159,000

+0.4%

Ratio to consolidated revenue

7.1%

6.3%

6.7%

100.9%

101.0%

101.1%

(0.9%)

(1.0%)

(1.1%)

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Operating profit

(931)

655

750

+14.4%

12,096

15,506

18,000

+16.1%

1,642

266

0

13,739

15,772

18,000

+14.1%

OP margin

(9.1%)

6.6%

7.0%

8.3%

9.7%

11.2%

9.5%

10.0%

11.3%

OP before PPA asset amortization

993

858

950

+10.6%

14,101

16,704

18,280

+9.4%

172

119

0

14,274

16,824

18,280

+8.7%

OP margin before PPA asset

9.7%

8.6%

8.9%

9.7%

10.4%

11.4%

9.9%

10.6%

11.5%

amortization

No. of engineers (period-end)

1,608

1,331

20,901

22,595

20,901

22,595

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Shareholder Return

  • Assures basic policy to make dividend payment steadily twice a year in the form of interim and year-end dividend; annual dividend payout ratio of 50%remains unchanged for FY21.6, despite the huge business impact from COVID-19, which is expected during the period (FY21.6 year-end dividend forecast updated due to upward revision of full-year guidance)
  • Free cash flows retained after returning 50% cash dividend to shareholders will be spent for growth investment such as M&A; in case of being unable to find justifiable investment opportunities which may generate sufficient return (ROIC) exceeding the cost of capital, flexibly considers carrying out share repurchase as a way of shareholder return in light of capital efficiency

(yen per share)

200.00

150.00

100.00

50.00

0.00

ROE

EPS (yen)

Payout ratio

Dividend amount

(yen in millions

Share repurchase

(yen in millions)

Total return ratio

Dividend and Payout/Total Return Ratio (History & Forecast)

Interim

Year-end

150.00

172.00

112.79

120.00

134.00

100.88

111.52

122.00

100.00

61.52

62.79

70.00

84.00

100.88

50.00

50.00

50.00

50.00

50.00

50.00

FY15.6

FY16.6

FY17.6

FY18.6

FY19.6

FY20.6

FY21.6

(forecast)

37.1%

32.0%

29.9%

24.5%

22.4%

23.3%

23.9

201.76

215.80

225.58

244.81

266.86

299.97

342.54

50.0%

51.7%

50.0%

50.0%

50.2%

50.0%

50.2%

3,437

3,808

3,858

4,250

4,864

5,397

6,176

2,063

N/A

50.0

51.7

50.0

50.0

50.2

68.9

N/A

  • Dividends in FY15.6, fist year after listing in Tokyo Stock Exchange, were wholly paid at year-end
    Calculating ROE including the effect from income tax deduction derived from losses carried forward until FY18.6

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Appendix: Sluggish Digitalization in Japan

  • Japan's ICT investment growth from 1995 remains significantly low compared to the US, UK and France
  • COVID-19has revealed Japan's lag in digitalization once again and will lead to increased ICT investment in Japan

Comparison of ICT Investment in Each Country (Nominal, Indexed Figures in 1995 as 100)

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

0

Japan

US

UK

France

Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, "WHITE PAPER Information and Communications in Japan"

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Appendix: Reportable Segments (as of Q3 FY21.6 End)

R&D Outsourcing

Provides engineer staffing and contract services related to Mechanical design, electrical/electronic design, embedded software development, IT

Other Businesses in Japan

Provides professional recruitment, technical education and training services

network construction, business application development, IT maintenance and operations, bio research

1. Pc Assist

(consolidated as of Sep. 2015)

4. Boyd & Moore Executive Search (Japan)

(consolidated as of Jul. 2017)

TechnoPro

3. TechnoPro Embedded

(consolidated as of Dec. 2016) absorbed as of Oct. 1, 2017

12. SOFTWORKS

(consolidated as of Jan. 2019) absorbed as of Dec. 31, 2018

5. EDELTA

(consolidated as of Nov. 2017)

8. Techno Live

(consolidated as of Apr. 2018) absorbed as of Nov. 1, 2018

9. Misystem

(consolidated as of Jul. 2018) absorbed as of May. 1, 2019

2. ON THE MARK

(consolidated as of Mar. 2016)

absorbed as of Jul. 1, 2020

6. PROBIZMO

(consolidated as of Feb. 2018)

13. TechnoBrain

(consolidated as of Apr. 2019)

Overseas

Technological outsourcing and professional recruitment services in China; IT engineer staffing service and contract services in Southeast Asis and India; engineer staffing and professional recruitment services in the UK

TechnoPro China

4. Boyd & Moore

Executive Search (overseas)

(consolidated as of Jul. 2017)

7. Helius Technologies

11. Orion Managed Services

(consolidated as of Apr. 2018)

(consolidated as of Oct. 2018)

TPRI Technologies

(established on Sep. 2019)

Construction Management Outsourcing

Provides engineer staffing and contract drafting of working drawings related to construction management (safety/quality/process/cost management) for construction, civil engineering, electrical equipment, plant engineering

TechnoPro Construction

10. TOQO

(consolidated as of Aug. 2018)

Headquarters

Provides shared services to group companies, hires and supports disabled people

TechnoPro Holdings

TechnoPro Smile

(Special Subsidiary)

  • Initial numbers on company names indicate the order of M&A
  • During current medium-term management plan (FY18.6 -),red frame indicates acquisitions in FY18.6, blue double line frame indicates ones in FY19.6
  • In Overseas, holding 51.0% of Helius shares and 63.2% of Orion shares

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Appendix: Risk Assets (as of Q3 FY21.6 End)

  • Major component of goodwill (29.2 billion yen) in R&D/Construction Management Outsourcing were derived from MBO transaction carried out by management and private equity fund; its fair market value, newly calculated with COVID-19 impact taken into account, well exceeds carrying amount of goodwill, and consequently impairment risks are very low
  • Proactively recorded impairment losses for goodwill of TOQO and TechnoBrain, which engage in one time fee businesses, in FY20.6; risks of recording additional impairment are limitedeven if COVID-19 crisis continues for the coming periods
  • Boyd & Moore Executive Search engages in permanent placement business and therefore its earnings might be affected by economic fluctuation, but many customers in IT sector are currently showing strong performance despite COVID-19 pandemic; the estimated loss amount that may arise from impairment will not exceed 1.1 billion yen
  • Although two overseas subsidiaries still have impairment risks, slowdown in their earnings performance will reduce fair value of put option liabilities, accordingly such losses can be partially offset by profit from changes in fair value of these liabilities

(yen in millions)

Cash-generating unit (CGU)

Shareholding

Goodwill

PPA Assets

PO Liabilities

MBO

M&A*

Total

Ratio

M&A*

Amortization

M&A

Value calc.

period (months)

period (months)

R&D Outsourcing

Machinery, Electric/Electronic

100.0%

13,674

977

14,651

40.4%

Embedded control, IT infrastructure

100.0%

7,969

7,969

22.0%

Software dev./maintenance

100.0%

2,912

2,768

5,681

15.7%

654

up to 30.3

Chemical, Biochemical

100.0%

1,262

1,262

3.5%

Construction Mgmt. Outsourcing

Construction management

100.0%

3,383

3,383

9.3%

TOQO

100.0%

190

190

0.5%

Other Businesses in Japan

Pc Assist

100.0%

96

96

0.3%

Boyd & Moore Executive Search

100.0%

1,104

1,104

3.0%

TechnoBrain

100.0%

151

151

0.4%

Overseas

Helius

51.0%

703

703

1.9%

613

up to 26.3

1,790

17.4-22.6

Orion

63.2%

1,104

1,104

3.0%

462

up to 26.9

1,391

18.4-23.6

Total

29,202

7,098

36,300

100.0%

1,731

3,182

* Including entities absorbed to TechnoPro, Inc.

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Contents

Page

I

: FY2021 Q2 Financial Overview

2

II

: KPI Analysis

6

i Number of Engineers & Utilization Ratio

6

ii Unit Sales Prices

11

III

FY2021 Guidance

12

IV

Shareholder Return

14

V

Appendix

15

VI

Data References

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Distribution of Engineers in Japan

  • According to the census in 2015, the number of engineers in Japan is 2.43 million and about 40% of them are IT engineers
  • In terms of IT engineers, the outsourcing ratio is relatively high in Japan

1. Number of Engineers in Japan (2015)

Source: Census 2015

People

Transportation

Others, 221,600

Equipment ,

131,100

IT,

1,045,200

Construction,

248,000

2.43

million

Civil/Survey,

231,400

Machinery,

258,000

Electric/Electoronic,

297,800

2. Ratio of IT Talents at IT and Other Companies

Source: Information-technology Promotion Agency Japan, "IT Talent White Paper 2017"

Japan, US, UK, Germany, France: 2015

Canada: 2014

People

0%

25%

50%

75%

100%

Japan

752,600

292,600

US

1,453,300

2,741,810

Canada

354,684

451,416

UK

754,902

882,630

Germany

465,080

735,019

France

411,058

471,041

IT Company

Other Company

  • "IT Company" means IT vendors and "Other Company" means IT user companies

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Trend of R&D Spending and ICT Investment

  • R&D is a field less susceptible to impact of the economy; as a nation, Japan reported a record-high for R&D spending in 2019 and its growth is expected to continue in the future
  • Japan's ICT investment is gradually shifting from "hardware" to "software"

3. Trend of R&D Spending in Japan

4. The Breakdown of ICT Investment in Japan

Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics

Source: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, "2019 White

Bureau, "Survey of Research and Development"

Paper on Information and Communication"

trillion yen

trillion yen

25

16

2019

Record High

14

20

R&D Spending (Total)

12

15

10

Global Financial Crisis

8

10

Burst of the Bubble

6

5

4

2

0

0

1982

1984

1986

1988

1990

1992

1994

1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

2018

1980

1982

1984

1986

1988

1990

1992

1994

1996

1998

2000

2002

2004

2006

2008

2010

2012

2014

2016

Hardware

Software

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Outsourcing Usage Ratio of R&D and IT Activity

  • Outsourcing usage ratio of R&D and IT activity is gradually increasing overall
  • Even Information & Telecommunication companies are using more outside resources in their own IT activity

5. Outsourcing Usage Ratio by Industry

Source: Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, "Basic Business Activity Survey",

aggregation by Doshisha University Research Institute for STEM Human Resources, commissioned by TechnoPro in 2020

12%

10%

8%

6%

4%

2%

0%

Research & Development

Information Technology

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

All Industry Average

Manufacturing

Information & Telecommunication

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Market Size
2.1 trillion yen (2019)
Breakdown

Engineer Staffing Market Overview

  • Estimated the whole staffing market size in Japan is about 7.8 trillion yen (2019); of which, engineer staffing market size is about 2.1 trillion yen, about 280,000 engineers
  • Yano Research Institute forecasts that the engineer staffing market in Japan is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.2%

6. Engineer Staffing Market Size

Source: TechnoPro estimates based on the data researched by Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

billion yen Software Development

7. Forecast of Engineer Staffing Market Size

Source: Yano Research Institute Ltd., "Human Resources Business 2020, PART 2: Services by Industry/Occupation"

1,200

1,000

800

600

400

200

  • The aggregate standard has been changed as of 2015 due to revision of the classification of occupation on September 30, 2015

319 billion yen

(15.0%)

87 (4.1%)

219(10.4%) 1,114

(52.6%)

379

(17.9%)

10

Software development

0708

Manufacturing

09

Construction

05

Researcher

11

Others

billion yen

1,500CAGR6.2

1,000

500

0

FY2019 FY2020 FY2021 FY2022 FY2023 (forecast) (forecast) (forecast) (forecast)

  • The market size is based on the sales of businesses; FY2020 onward is forecast (as of October 2020)

Note: Market size for large-scale providers calculated by Yano Research Institute based on an independent survey; Growth may be higher than the market as a whole

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Engineering Professional Services' Resilience to External Shocks

  • First wave of COVID-19 spread impacted a lot less on new job offers for engineers compared to the Global Financial Crisis
  • The fact above indicates the possibility that the importance of talents with technological expertise or the priority of R&D and IT system development to maintain competitiveness has been increased in the past 10 years, corroborating the robustness of our business

8. Ratio of Increase/Decrease and Delta of New Job Offers after 6 Months from External Shocks

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Labor "EMPLOYMENT REFERRALS FOR GENERAL WORKERS," the Doshisha University Research Institute for STEM Human Resources, Commissioned by TechnoPro in 2020

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

0

5

10

15 (%)

Engineers

Healthcare

Social Welfare

Manager

Clerk

Salesperson

Service Industry Worker

Security Worker

Agricultural, Forestry and Fisheries

Production Process Worker

Note:

1. The figure left shows the comparison of the effect from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and COVID-19 on the index data of new job offers for each job category after 6 months from the initial outbreak of the crisis

2. Figures in September 2008 was indexed as 100 for the GFC, figures in January 2020 was indexed as 100 for the COVID-19 pandemic (seasonally adjusted)

Post-GFC (Mar. 2009)

Post-COVID-19 (Jul. 2020)

Delta of effects

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Background of Engineer Staffing Market Growth and Our

Strengths - 1. Growing Demand

  • IT-focusedprofessional service provider is highly competitive because of a huge demand-supply gap in the IT sector
  • Weakening demand for engineers due to the spread of AI will be more than offset by the new demand for engineers

9. IT Talent Shortage Projections

10. Shift in Workforce due to Progression of AI

Source: Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, "Survey report about supply and demand of IT talent"

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, "Labor economy white paper in 2017; Analysis of Labor Economy - Issues for Promotion of Innovation and Work-LifeBalance-"

(people)

1,800,000

1,600,000

1,400,000

1,200,000

1,000,000

800,000

600,000

400,000

200,000

0

Labor shortage

Labor supply

220,000

Current

shortage

1,031,538

The number of IT talent will increase by expanding recruitment of IT industries

448,596

1,133,049

thousand people

-3000-2000

-1000

0

1000 2000

Approximately

Engineer

453

450,000 people

-150

(Medium scenario)

Professional worker (other)

Labor shortage

Creative worker

47

in 2030

Manager

270

Clerk

-785

Salesperson

465

Home helper and Nursing staff

357

1079

Service industry worker

Security worker

-5

Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing workers

-

384

Production process workers

-1871

-

367

Transport / Machine operation workers

Construction and Extraction workers

16

Transportation, Cleaning and Packaging

-736

workers

Note: Estimated numbers comparing 2015 and 2030

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Background of Engineer Staffing Market Growth and Our

Strengths - 2. Mid Careers Market

  • The turnover ratio in Japan remains around 10% which shows career-change market has a certain scale; more than 200,000 engineers per year
  • Turnover ratio of IT engineers tends to be relatively higher than other type of engineers

11. Turnover Ratio in Japan

Source: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare,

"Employment Trends Survey"

(%)

12.0

10.0

8.0

6.0

4.0

2.0

0.0

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

12. Turnover of Engineers

Source: Doshisha University Research Institute for STEM Human Resources, commissioned by TechnoPro in 2019, "Survey Report on Recent Characteristics in the Percentage of Japanese Engineers Changing Jobs"

(%)

thousand people

(%)

1997

2007

2017

150

15.0

All sectors

11.0

11.7

10.7

Engineers

7.5

8.7

7.5

100

10.0

of which,

11.7

9.9

IT engineers

of which,

6.7

5.5

other engineers

50

5.0

thousand people

1997

2007

2017

0

0.0

All sectors

7,391

7,717

7,066

2007

2017

Engineers

178

219

228

IT engineers

Other engineers

of which,

# of workers

# of workers

117

138

changing Jobs

changing Jobs

IT engineers

% of workers

of which,

% of workers

102

89

changing Jobs

changing Jobs

other engineers

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Background of Engineer Staffing Market Growth and Our

Strengths - 2. Mid Careers Market (Cont.)

  • The lifetime employment and seniority-based wage system have firmly remained in Japan
  • The number of mid-career recruitment by blue-chip companies is limited due to the gap between productivity and salary

13. Seniority-Based Wages and Wages based

14. Age Composition: Management and Technical

on Work Productivity (Hourly-base)

Position (2017, Japan)

Source: Investment Information Department, Mitsubishi UFJ

Source:

Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd., "Equity Research

Reprinted Report, May 1, 2017"

(%)

Doshisha University Research Institute for STEM Human Survey Resources, commissioned by TechnoPro in 2019, "Report on Recent Characteristics in the Percentage of Japanese Engineers Changing Jobs"

yen per hour

3,500

3,000

2,500

2,000

1,500

Period of

Period of

1,000

insufficient wages

excessive wages

500

0

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60 age

Actual wage curve 2015

Wage curve based on worker productivity

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

15-24

25-34

35-44

45-54

55-64

65 years

age

years

years

years

years

years

and older

Employees in

Engineers

Management Positions

(%)

Employees in

Management

Engineers

Positions

15-24 years

0.1

4.8

25-34 years

2.5

25.8

35-44 years

10.5

28

45-54 years

22.4

24.9

55-64 years

31.1

12.2

65 years and older

33.3

4.3

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Background of Engineer Staffing Market Growth and Our

Strengths - 3. New Grads Market

  • While the young population is shrinking in Japan, the number of university graduate students is slightly increasing because of higher university entrance rate
  • New grads tend to prefer blue-chip companies while such companies have limited number of job openings for them

15. No. of University Students

Source: Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and

Technology, "Handbook of Education and Science

Statistics"

16. Job-to Applicants Ratio, by Scale Based on Number of Employees

Source: Recruit Works Institute, "36th College Graduates Job Opening Survey"

people

times

3,000,000

10.00

9.91

2,500,000

9.00

8.43

Fewer than 300

8.62

8.00

300-999

2,000,000

1,000-4,999

7.00

6.45

5,000 or more

1,500,000

6.00

1,000,000

5.00

4.41

4.52

4.16

4.00

3.35

3.27

3.26

3.59

3.40

500,000

3.00

0

2.00

1.51

1.00

1.03

1.19

1.23

1.17

1.45 1.43 1.22

0.97

0.93

1.00

1.06

1.12

1.02 1.04 1.08

1.14

0.66 0.63

0.74

0.81

0.79

0.84

0.70

0.86

0.00

0.38 0.47 0.49

0.60

0.54

0.55

0.59

0.39 0.37 0.42 0.60

Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar.

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

Graduation date

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