International Minerals Corp.
- WKN: 893760
- ISIN: CA4598751002
- Land: USA
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International Minerals Reports Operating Achievements and Financial Results for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012
International Minerals Corp. / Key word(s): Final Results 29.09.2012 00:03 Release of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 KR --------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEWS RELEASE International Minerals Reports Operating Achievements and Financial Results for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012 Scottsdale, Arizona, September 28, 2012 - International Minerals Corporation (Toronto and Swiss stock exchanges: the 'Company' or 'IMZ') is pleased to report its operating achievements and financial results for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012. All dollar amounts in this news release are reported in US Dollars, unless otherwise noted. Significant Achievements for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012 - Together with its partner, Hochschild Mining plc ('Hochschild'), IMZ completed a positive feasibility study on the 40%-owned Inmaculada property (Hochschild: 60% owner and operator) in Peru and commenced development of the mine, with a targeted production date of December 2013, subject to the receipt of final construction permits. - Completed a positive feasibility study for its 100%-owned Gemfield gold deposit on the Goldfield property in Nevada and is successfully advancing permitting, with a goal of commencing mine construction by mid calendar year 2014 and production in mid calendar year 2015. - IMZ received significant cash distributions during the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012 (the 'Current Year') of $40.0 million from its 40%-owned Pallancata Mine in Peru, compared to $46.0 million for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2011 ('the Prior Year'). - In May 2012, IMZ sold its 3% net smelter return ('NSR') royalty on production from Barrick's Ruby Hill gold mine in Nevada for $38 million (net of taxes) and recorded a gain on the sale of $27.9 million. - The Company completed a Normal Course Issuer Bid share repurchase program and repurchased 3.0 million of its common shares through the Toronto Stock Exchange at a cost of Cdn$17.1 million. - Also in May 2012, the Company redeemed with $39.6 million cash, at maturity, its convertible debentures, while still maintaining a strong cash and equivalents position of $81.2 million at the end of the Current Year compared to $85.8 million at the end of the Prior Year. - Released a positive preliminary economic assessment (or scoping study) at the 100%-owned Converse property in Nevada. - Reported, for the first time, proven and probable reserves at both the Gemfield deposit and the Inmaculada property. Financial Performance for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2012: The Company: - Reported cash flow from continuing operations for the Current Year of $29.1 million compared to $35.9 million for the Prior Year. - Reported cash flow from discontinued operations of $5.3 million for the Current Year compared to $3.8 million for Prior Year; these amounts, however, do not include the $38 million received from the sale of the Ruby Hill royalty, which is classified as proceeds from investing activities. - Ended the Current Year with approximately $81.2 million in cash and equivalents (Prior Year $85.8 million) and total assets of approximately $336.2 million. Total assets decreased from $369.7 million at fiscal year end June 30, 2011 primarily due to the $53.2 million write-down of the carrying value of the resource properties in Ecuador. - Reported net income from continuing operations after tax of $28.0 million for the Current Year, or $0.23 per share, compared to $56.7 million for the Prior Year or $0.48 per share. - Reported a gain and income from discontinued operations related to the Ruby Hill royalty of $30.0 million for the Current Year, or $0.25 per share, compared to $3.6 million for the Prior Year, or $0.03 per share. - Reported a loss from discontinued operations related to the resource properties in Ecuador of $53.2 million for the Current Year, or a loss of $0.44 per share, as a result of the decision to seek alternatives to maximize the value of these assets. - Reported net income and comprehensive income after tax of $4.8 million, or $0.04 per share, compared to net income and comprehensive income after tax of $60.3 million, or $0.51 per share for the Prior Year. - Ended the Current Year with working capital of $126.7 million compared to $50.4 million at fiscal year end June 30, 2011. This working capital includes $40 million in estimated proceeds, net of selling costs, from the potential disposition of the resource properties in Ecuador. - At the Pallancata Mine in Peru: - The Company's 40% share of the equity income from the Pallancata Mine was approximately $43.0 million compared to $56.8 million for the Prior Year. Cash distributions for the Current Year totaled $40.0 million compared to $46.0 million for the Prior Year. An additional $6.0 million was received in July, 2012, which was a receivable at June 30, 2012; - For the Current Year, production (on a 100% basis) was approximately 8.2 million ounces of silver (Prior Year: 9.5 million ounces) and 29,689 ounces of gold (Prior Year: 34,517 ounces).The Company's 40% share was approximately 3.3 million ounces of silver (Prior Year: 3.8 million ounces) and 11,876 ounces of gold (Prior Year: 13,807 ounces). The decrease in gold and silver production compared to the Prior Year was due primarily to a decrease in the grades of both silver and gold processed because (a) higher metal prices allowed lower-grade material to be mined profitably, and (b) the mine experienced an increase in mining dilution due to the narrower veins being mined and c) the mine experienced operational scheduling constraints which restricted mine development and backfill placement; and - For the Current Year, direct onsite cash costs were $3.31 per ounce of silver produced after gold by- product credit (Prior Year: $2.21 per ounce) and total cash costs (as defined by the Gold Institute) were $7.37 per ounce of silver produced (Prior Year: $6.04 per ounce) after gold by-product credit. Costs per ounce of silver net of gold by-product credit increased in the Current Year primarily because of (a) lower silver and gold production, (b) lower gold by-product credit (c) an increase in mining costs associated with the preparation of stopes exploiting the narrower veins, and, (d) increased Peruvian mining taxes (under the newly-enacted law in late 2011, which replaced the existing government royalty with an operating-profit based tax). Financial Performance for the Three-Month Period Ended June 30, 2012: The Company: - Reported cash flow from continuing operations for the quarter ended June 30, 2012 (the 'Current Quarter') of $8.4 million compared to $15.1 million for the quarter ended June 30, 2011 (the 'Prior Year's Quarter'). - Reported cash flow from discontinued operations of $1.0 million for the Current Quarter compared to $1.4 million for Prior Year's Quarter; these amounts, however, do not include the $38 million received from the May 2012 sale of the Ruby Hill royalty, which is classified as proceeds from investing activities. - Reported a net loss after tax from continuing operations of $2.4 million for the Current Quarter, or a loss of $0.02 per share, compared to net income from continuing operations after tax of $19.4 million for the Prior Year's Quarter or $0.16 per share. - Reported a gain from discontinued operations related to the sale of the Ruby Hill royalty of $27.9 million for the Current Quarter, or $0.24 per share, compared to $1.7 million for the Prior Year's Quarter, or $0.01 per share. - Reported a loss from discontinued operations related to the resource properties in Ecuador of $53.2 million for the Current Quarter, or a loss of $0.45 per share, as a result of the Company's decision to seek alternatives to maximize the value of these assets. - Reported a net and comprehensive net loss after tax of $27.7 million, or a loss of $0.23 per share for the Current Quarter compared to net and comprehensive income of $21.2 million, or $0.18 per share for the Prior Year's Quarter, due primarily to the write-down of the Rio Blanco and Gaby properties. - At the Pallancata Mine: - The Company's 40% share of the equity income from the Pallancata Mine was approximately $3.2 million for the Current Quarter compared to $13.3 million for the Prior Year's Quarter. Cash distributions for the Current Quarter totaled $12.0 million compared to $26.0 million in the Prior Year's Quarter; - For the Current Quarter, production (on a 100% basis) was approximately 1.8 million ounces of silver (Prior Year's Quarter: 2.2 million ounces) and 6,402 ounces of gold (Prior Year's Quarter: 8,427 ounces). The Company's 40% share was approximately 730,150 ounces of silver (Prior Year's Quarter: 867,970 ounces) and 2,561 ounces of gold (Prior Year's Quarter: 3,371 ounces). The reasons for the decrease in gold and silver production compared to the Prior Year's Quarter are the same as previously explained in the fiscal year end disclosure; and - For the Current Quarter direct onsite cash costs were $5.36 per ounce of silver produced after gold by-product credit (Prior Year's Quarter: $2.87 per ounce) and total cash costs (as defined by the Gold Institute) were $9.08 per ounce of silver produced (Prior Year's Quarter: $7.89 per ounce) after gold by-product credit. Costs per ounce of silver net of gold by-product credit increased in the Current Quarter primarily because of (a) lower silver and gold production, (b) lower gold by-product credit, and (c) increased mine site operating costs as explained previously in the fiscal year end disclosure. Operating Statistics for the Pallancata Mine (100% project basis). The table below reports key operating and cost statistics for the Pallancata Mine for the fiscal quarters ended June 30, 2012 and 2011 and for the fiscal years ended June 30, 2012 and 2011.Quarter Quarter Fiscal Year Fiscal Year Ended 06/ Ended 06/ Ended 06/30/ Ended 06/30/ 30/2012 30/2011 2012 2011 Ore mined 259,421 256,048 1,041,857 1,069,428 (tonnes) Ore processed 270,961 266,673 1,090,033 1,063,008 (tonnes) Head grade- 250 295 280 324 Silver (grams/ tonne) Head grade- Gold 1.08 1.3 1.2 1.4 (grams/tonne) Concentrate 2,006 2,071 8,380 8,622 produced (tonnes) Silver 1,825,387 2,169,924 8,185,244 9,461,573 production (ounces) Gold production 6,402 8,427 29,689 34,517 (ounces) Silver sold ( 1,730,300 2,165,600 8,127,900 9,531,300 ounces) Gold sold 5,950 7,942 28,766 32,824 (ounces) IMZ direct site 5.36 2.87 3.31 2.21 costs (US$) IMZ total cash 9.08 7.89 7.37 6.04 costs (US$)Notes: 1. The reported head grades for silver and gold are based on the overall metallurgical balance for the process plant. 2. The difference between 'produced' metal ounces and 'sold' metal ounces is in-process concentrate. Numbers for gold and silver ounces in the sold category have been rounded. 3. Silver and gold ounces sold are now reported as gross ounces. IMZ has also restated the previously reported sales, which had been reported as net payable ounces. 4. Direct site costs per ounce silver and total cash costs per ounce silver reflect a 'mined ore inventory adjustment'. IMZ believes that this calculation more accurately matches costs with ounces of production (see notes 5 and 6 below). 5. Direct site costs per ounce silver comprise direct mining costs, mined ore inventory adjustment, toll processing costs and. mine general and administrative costs. The cost per ounce is net of by-product credit, with by-product gold revenue offsetting operating costs. 6. Total cash costs, using the Gold Institute definition, comprise: mine operating costs, mined ore inventory adjustment, toll processing costs, mine general and administrative costs, Hochschild management fee, concentrate transportation and smelting costs, and government royalty (currently approximately 3% of gross revenue for Pallancata). The cost per ounce is net of by-product credit, with by-product gold revenue offsetting operating costs. Investor Relations Update In August 2012, the Company engaged the services of Renmark Financial Communications (www.renmarkfinancial.com) of Montreal and Toronto, Canada, to assist the Company in developing an expanded audience within the retail investor market in Canada. Renmark has been providing investor services for 14 years and currently assists over 40 Canadian mining companies. In July 2012, IMZ engaged the services of Madaus Capital Partners GmbH of Munich, Germany as marketing consultants to introduce the Company to institutions, high net worth individuals and other interested participants in the financial industry in Germany. Company Outlook During the 2013 calendar year, the Company's exploration and development efforts are expected to focus primarily on: - At the Pallancata Silver Mine (40% IMZ) in Peru: - Working with Hochschild to produce approximately 7.8 million ounces of silver and 32,000 ounces of gold, in calendar 2012 (the Company's estimate on a 100% project basis). - Increasing mineral resources and reserves to extend the existing mine life (approximately 4.0 years based on current reserves). - At the Inmaculada gold-silver project (40% IMZ), also in Peru: - Working with Hochschild to continue with mine development, permitting and construction with production targeted to commence prior to the end of calendar year 2013, but subject to the receipt of final construction permits. - Continuing with an aggressive exploration program in order to expand reserves and resources. - At the Goldfield gold project (100% IMZ) in Nevada: advancing the Gemfield deposit to construction in 2014, following the completion of permitting, with the goal of potential production in mid-calendar year 2015. - At the Converse gold project (100% IMZ), also in Nevada: commencing a feasibility study at the end of calendar year 2012, if metallurgical testwork justifies such a study. - At the Rio Blanco gold-silver project (100% IMZ) and the Gaby gold project (approximately 60% IMZ) in Ecuador, implementing its strategy to maximize their value, including their sale. - Continuing to seek investment opportunities in precious metals properties in low political risk countries in the Americas, where the Company believes it can increase the value of such properties using its exploration, development, financing and administrative abilities to enhance value. Hochschild Mining plc does not accept any responsibility for the adequacy or inadequacy of the disclosure made in this news release and any such responsibility is hereby disclaimed in all respects. For additional information, contact: In North America Paul Durham, VP Corporate Relations Tel: +1 480 483 9932 In Europe Oliver Holzer, Marketing Consultant Tel: +41 44 853 00 47 Renmark Financial Communications In Germany Christine Stewart +1-416-644-2020 Thomas Landwehr, Madaus Capital Partners email@example.com Tel: +49-89-37-42-67-90 oder Robert Thaemlitz +1-514-939-3989 firstname.lastname@example.org Or email us at: Information@intlminerals.com Internet Site: http://www.intlminerals.com The Company's Financial Statements and Management's Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) are posted on the Company's website at: www.intlminerals.com/investors/financial-reports or at www.sedar.com under the Company's name. Cautionary Statement: The Gold Institute calculation of Direct Site Costs and Total Cash Costs are non-IFRS financial measures, which Company management believes are useful in measuring operational performance. Some of the statements contained in this release are 'forward-looking statements' within the meaning of Canadian securities law requirements. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements in this release include statements regarding, production expectations, drilling and development programs on the Company's projects, timing of completion of economic studies, construction and production, the timing related to completing a sale of Rio Blanco and Gaby and, obtaining any required environmental, construction and production permits. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from anticipated results include risks and uncertainties such as: risks relating to obtaining mining and environmental permits; delays in completing economic studies mining and development risks; financing risks; risk of commodity price fluctuations; the uncertainty in estimating and then obtaining the fair market value of the Rio Blanco and Gaby properties, political and regulatory risks; risks related to the new mining law in Ecuador, and other risks and uncertainties detailed in the Company's Annual Information Form for the year ended June 30, 2012, which is available at www.sedar.com under the Company's name. The Company disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Information and Explaination of the Issuer to this News: INTERNATIONAL MINERALS CORPORATION CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION (Expressed in United States dollars)June 30, 2012 June 30, 2011 July 1, 2010 ASSETS Current Cash and equivalents $ $ $ 81,243,474 85,839,236 29,031,435 Receivables 79,105 2,847,666 3,682,704 Due from related party 6,210,377 557,367 - Prepaid expenses and 35,373 81,357 116,324 deposits Investments 2,557,195 4,437,839 3,082,317 Discontinued operations 39,976,344 - - - Ecuador resource properties Current assets 130,101,868 93,763,465 35,912,780 Non-current Property, plant and 359,724 250,789 209,649 equipment Investment in 133,146,660 120,133,542 36,666,973 associate Investment in resource 72,401,093 56,814,136 121,277,222 properties Reclamation bonds 185,100 135,100 138,000 Discontinued operations - 13,152,415 13,897,695 - mine royalty Discontinued operations - 85,451,660 81,457,321 - Ecuador resource properties Non-current assets 206,092,577 275,937,642 253,646,860 Total assets $ $ $ 336,194,445 369,701,107 289,559,640 LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY Current Accounts payable $ $ $ Accrued severance and 1,397,461 700,771 2,602,807 1, payroll costs 736,500 652,708 226,778 Due to related parties 17,649 62,079 11,819 174,8 Accrued interest - 187,661 69 payable on convertible debentures Convertible debentures - 40,944,188 - Discontinued operations 113,152 - - - mine royalty Discontinued operations 1,103,150 872,566 1,604,175 - Ecuador resource properties Current liabilities 3,367,912 43,419,973 5,620,448 Non-current Convertible debentures - - 36,646,543 Deferred income tax 8,160,000 8,000,000 8,000,000 liability - - 600,000 Discontinued operations - mine royalty Non-current 8,160,000 8,000,000 45,246,543 liabilities Shareholders' equity Capital stock 240,784,904 245,260,695 217,204,514 Reserves 4,869,396 4,774,831 7,100,512 Equity component of - 4,945,008 4,945,008 convertible debentures Equity gain on carried 16,782,196 - - interest Retained earnings 62,230,037 63,300,600 2,666,515 Capital and reserves 324,666,533 318,281,134 231,916,549 attributable to the shareholders of the Company Non-controlling - - 6,776,100 interest in subsidiary Total liabilities and $ $ $ shareholders' equity 336,194,445 369,701,107 289,559,640Nature and continuance of operations Commitments Subsequent EventsApproved on September 27, 2012 by the Directors: 'Stephen J. Kay' Direct 'W. Michael Direct or Smith' or Stephen J. Kay W. Michael SmithThe accompanying notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements. See full financial statements on the Company's website at: www.intlminerals.com/investors/financial-reports INTERNATIONAL MINERALS CORPORATION CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME (Expressed in United States dollars) YEAR ENDED JUNE 302012 2011 Revenue $ $ - - Income from associate 42,952,390 56,788,504 Other income/(loss) (1,178,435) 12,206,564 Total income 41,773,955 68,995,068 Expenses Amortization and depreciation (776,985) (761,063) Salaries and employee benefits (3,387,372) (2,848,555) Administrative costs (3,374,828) (2,098,400) Stock-based compensation (627,506) (662,768) Financing expense (2,427,346) (3,801,160) Write-downs (739,566) (2,134,102) Total expenses (11,333,603) (12,306,048) Income from continuing operations before 30,440,352 56,689,020 taxes Deferred income taxes (160,000) - Income taxes (2,292,474) - Net income from continuing operations 27,987,878 56,689,020 after taxes Discontinued operations net of taxes Disposal gain and income from mine 30,042,021 3,632,190 royalty Write-down of discontinued operations (53,238,265) - - Ecuador resource properties Income/(loss) from discontinued (23,196,244) 3,632,190 operations Net income and comprehensive income $ $ after taxes 4,791,634 60,321,210 Net income from continuing operations after taxes per common share Basic $ $ 0.23 0.48 Diluted $ $ 0.23 0.48 Income/(loss) from discontinued operations after taxes per common share Basic $ $ (0.19) 0.03 Diluted $ $ (0.19) 0.03 Net income after taxes per common share Basic $ $ 0.04 0.51 Diluted $ $ 0.04 0.51 Weighted average number of common shares 119,726,674 118,222,472 outstanding - basic Weighted average number of common shares 120,298,346 118,984,254 outstanding - dilutedThe accompanying notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements. See full financial statements on the Company's website at: www.intlminerals.com/investors/financial-reports INTERNATIONAL MINERALS CORPORATION CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS (Expressed in United States dollars) YEAR ENDED JUNE 302012 2011 CASH FLOWS FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS Net income for the year from $ $ continuing operations 27,987,878 56,689,020 Adjustments to net income: Amortization and depreciation 776,985 761,063 Stock-based compensation 627,506 662,768 Unrealized foreign exchange (1,358,469) 2,419,178 (gain)/loss Realized gain on sale of (1,135,855) - investments Unrealized loss/(gain) on 2,162,135 (1,259,424) investments Write-downs 739,566 2,897,965 Financing expense 2,114,809 3,801,160 Equity income from investment in (42,952,390) (56,788,504) associate Gain on sale of investment in - (12,487,218) associate Interest income (283,071) (285,174) Deferred income tax expense 160,000 - Cash distributions received from 40,000,000 36,000,000 investment in associate Changes in non-cash working capital items: Decrease in receivables 183,220 3,532,287 Decrease in prepaid expenses and 45,984 34,967 deposits Increase (decrease) in accounts 358,323 (153,124) payable Increase in due from related (210,377) - party (Decrease) increase in (89,906) 16,865 accrued severance and payroll (44,430) 50,260 costs (Decrease) increase in due to related party Net cash flow from continuing 29,081,908 35,892,089 operations provided by operating activities Net (loss)/income for the year (23,196,244) 3,632,190 from discontinued operations Discontinued operations - mine (24,734,433) 145,280 royalty Discontinued operations - Ecuador 53,235,898 41,422 resource properties Net cash flow provided by 5,305,221 3,818,892 discontinued operations Net cash provided by operating 34,387,129 39,710,981 activities CASH FLOWS FROM (USED IN) FINANCING ACTIVITIES Share issuance costs - (33,856) Proceeds from the issuance of 1,067,518 25,395,893 common shares Convertible debenture interest (2,114,809) (2,205,099) payment Convertible debenture payment (39,577,883) - Repurchase of common shares (16,923,880) - Net cash flow (used in) provided (57,549,054) 23,156,938 by financing activities CASH FLOWS FROM (USED IN) INVESTING ACTIVITIES Resource property expenditures (15,148,669) (17,093,600) Proceeds from sale of property 2,650,000 15,000,000 ownership interest Purchase of investments (648,162) (148,054) Sale of investments 1,295,517 - Interest received 218,412 211,464 Purchase of property and (221,934) (80,736) equipment Reclamation bonds (50,000) 2,900 Recovery of investment in - 603,065 resource properties Discontinued operations - mine 38,000,000 - royalty Discontinued operations - Ecuador (7,529,001) (4,555,157) resource properties Net cash flow provided by (used 18,566,163 (6,060,118) in) investing activities Change in cash and equivalents (4,595,762) 56,807,801 for the year Cash and equivalents, beginning 85,839,236 29,031,435 of year Cash and equivalents, end of $ $ year 81,243,474 85,839,236Supplemental disclosure with respect to cash flows The accompanying notes are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements. 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The Swiss news archive can be found at www.equitystory.ch/news --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Language: English Company: International Minerals Corp. 7950 East Acoma Street AZ 85260 Scottdale United States Phone: 001 480 483 9932 Fax: 001 480 483 9926 E-mail: IR@intlminerals.com Internet: www.intlminerals.com ISIN: CA4598751002 Swiss Security Number: 893760 Listed: Freiverkehr in Berlin, München; Open Market in Frankfurt; Toronto, SIX End of Announcement EquityStory News-Service ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
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