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Melco International Development Limited is ranked as the eighth-largest gaming company in the world by casino revenue.
It is largely controlled and operated by the Ho family, who once held a monopoly of the casino business in Macau, and market share is a bit more than 15%.
Gaming and leisure profits are all derived from Macau. Melco gets its name from being the former home of the Macau Electric Lighting Company, one of the oldest companies in Hong Kong.
Nearly all revenue and virtually all of its profit comes from its casino operations, with 91% of revenue coming from Macau gaming segment. At the end of last year, Melco increased its ownership to 51% from 38% in its listed subsidiary, Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd (MLCO US), and this should allow it to better control its targeting of the mass market.
In Macau, Melco owns the casinos City of Dreams, Altira Macau, Studio City and Mocha Clubs, the last of which has venues spread out across Macau. The territory’s gaming business is conducted via MLCO, which also owns 70% of Melco Resorts and Entertainment (Philippines) Corp. (MRP PM), the operator of City of Dreams Manila.
Melco continues to focus its strategy, most recently by entering a sales agreement to dispose of its 41% stake in MelcoLot Ltd (8198 HK), a business that has faced challenges due to Beijing’s regulation of internet lotteries. The sale should unlock value for Melco.
Melco also put up a tender offer for all or any shares in its electronic gaming machines 65%-owned subsidiary, Entertainment Gaming Asia Inc. (EGT US) at $2.35/share.
Chairman & CEO “Lawrence” Ho Yau-lung was appointed the group managing director in November 2001 after he completed a general offer for shares of the Company. He was subsequently appointed as chairman and chief executive officer in 2006.
Mr. Ho is also the chairman and chief executive officer of Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (formerly known as Melco Crown Entertainment Limited), a company listed on the NASDAQ that holds one of the six Macau gaming concessions and develops, owns and operates casino gaming and entertainment resort facilities in Asia.
World Class Benchmarking
Profitable Growth dropped to the worst from being World Class in 2012-2013.
Profitability and Growth have both fallen to the worst in the past twelve months.
Asset utilization has been stable at the worst rank for five full years now. Profit margin was World Class for four years but fell to worst in the last twelve months.
Sales growth was the only positive ranking and ranked World Class, while Margin change has consistently ranked worst.
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