MANILA, Philippines – STI Holdings reported its six-month income for 2016 with an impressive climb by 60 percent to P542.9 million from P338.7 million against last year.
Presently, the company is one of the owners of the biggest network of private schools in the Philippines. In a Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) disclosure, the company stated that in revenues, the management was able to accumulate about P1.29 billion. The returns have improved by P171.9 million or 15 percent against last year’s record during the past six months.
The six months ending as of September 30, 2016 comprise the second quarter performance of the company or during April to March. The management follows the academic system of the country for its fiscal period since the revenue bulk is generated from its education segments.
The total assets of the company expanded to P11.89 billion, which is P1.39 billion or 13 percent higher than March 31, 2016 remainder. One of the factors attributed to the company’s growing assets is the 2,332.5 square meters Makati property, which was acquired in August.
The number of enrollees for the school year 2016 to 2017 is 103,727, which is an increase by 22 percent or 18,997 from prior year’s 84,730.
The K to 12 program of the group drives the enrollment growth. At present, there are recorded 39,206 enrollees for senior high in educational institutions operated by Information and Communications Technology Academy (iACADEMY), STI West Negros University (STI WNU), and STI Education Services Group (STI ESG).
Out of total enrollees, senior high school students make up the 38 percent. CHED-accredited courses comprise 56 percent or 57,950. On the other hand, TESDA courses students cover the five percent or 5,692.
The financial and operational growth of the company is the fruit of the company’s aggressive pursuance of education services nationwide. Last July, the development of new facilities for STI Las Piñas was completed by STI ESG.
Consequently, the student capacity of STI ESG is now 119,191 students, which comprise 45,778 for franchised schools and 73,413 for owned institutions.
In April 2016, iACADEMY was granted with CHED Government Authority to become a provider of Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree. The institution will become a Transnational Education provider through its agreement with Illinois, USA-based De Paul University in Chicago.
iACADEMY is a Makati-based education institution concentrating on computing, design, and business. It is recognized for its multimedia arts and animation design programs. This year, the academy started to offer Senior High School to offer more specialized courses on technology, transnational education, and design.
Here’s some additional pieces of information about STI’s top 10 players’ sentiment, foreign fund flow, volatility, and volume.
Top 10 Players’ Sentiment
Participants with a 100% Buying and Selling Activity from Nov-02-2016 to Nov-15-2016 at 03:30PM:
- 15 out of 55 participants or 27.27% of all participants registered a 100% BUYING activity
- 12 out of 55 participants or 21.82% of all participants registered a 100% SELLING activity
- Top 10 Players’ Buying Average: 0.7626
- Top 10 Players’ Selling Average: 0.7611
Foreign Fund Flow
On a 30-day trading period, STI is on a Net Foreign Buying worth PHP180,308,357.00.
STI has a moderate risk level based on our proprietary risk level indicator.
STI is not consistent in registering a daily volume above its 30-day volume average.
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