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Melco Crown Entertainment Limited (MPEL)
Q2 2012 Earnings Call
August 7, 2012 8:30 am ET
Geoffrey Stuart Davis – Chief Financial Officer
Lawrence (Yau Lung) Ho – Executive Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Anil J. Daswani – Citigroup Global Markets Asia Ltd.
David Bain – Stern Agee & Leach, Inc.
Billy Ng – BofA Merrill Lynch
Cameron McKnight – Wells Fargo
Simon Cheung – Goldman Sachs (Asia) LLC
Praveen K. Choudhary – Morgan Stanley Asia Ltd.
PresentationOperatorGeoffrey Stuart Davis
[Call Starts Abruptly] everyone for joining us today for our second quarter 2012 earnings call. On the call with me today are Lawrence Ho, Ted Chan, Constance Hsu, and Ross Dunwoody.
Before I get started, please note that today's discussion may contain forward-looking statements made under the Safe Harbor provision of federal securities laws. Our actual results could differ from our anticipated results.
I will now turn the call over to Lawrence.
Lawrence (Yau Lung) Ho
Thanks Geoff. And thank you everyone for joining. In the second quarter of 2012 we've reported EBITDA of US$204 million on approximately US$940 million of net revenue, delivering an EBITDA margin of approximately 22%. These results highlight the importance of our mass market segment and delivering a more stable earnings and cash flow stream. At City of Dreams, our mass table games GGR grew 34% year-on-year, slightly ahead of the market-wide growth rate, despite the introduction of new supplying in Kotai.
Our Rolling Chip segment continues to be impacted by our table optimization strategy. This strategy has resulted in further table is being shifted from Altira to City of Dreams, as well as the movement of some tables from VIP to mass, during the second quarter of 2012. Whilst somewhat disruptive as it is happening, this initiative should set us up favorably going forward. The majority of this table optimization strategy has been implemented, and we're optimistic that we should see a more efficient use of tables on a group-wide basis in the longer-term.