"FirstService reported strong fourth quarter results, with revenues for the full year hitting a record of $2.3 billion on the basis of strong performances from each of Colliers International, FirstService Residential and FS Brands," said Jay S. Hennick, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of FirstService. "Unfortunately, earnings declined from the previous year as results from Field Asset Services, our property preservation and distressed asset management operation, fell off significantly due to challenging market conditions. Strong results from Field Asset Services during the recent financial crisis together with solid results from FirstService Residential and FS Brands allowed us to strategically invest in our Colliers International commercial real estate business at the right time in the cycle and those investments are beginning to pay off handsomely for FirstService shareholders," he concluded.About FirstService Corporation FirstService Corporation is a global leader in the rapidly growing real estate services sector, one of the largest markets in the world. As one of the largest property managers in the world, FirstService manages more than 2.5 billion square feet of residential and commercial properties through its three industry-leading service platforms: Colliers International, one of the largest global players in commercial real estate services; FirstService Residential, North America's largest manager of residential communities; and the Property Services division, one of North America's largest providers of essential property services delivered through company-owned operations, franchise systems and contractor networks. FirstService generates over US$2.3 billion in annual revenues and has more than 23,000 employees worldwide. More information about FirstService is available at www.firstservice.com Segmented Fourth Quarter Results Commercial Real Estate Services revenues totalled $369.9 million for the fourth quarter, up 23% relative to the prior year quarter. Revenue growth was comprised of 10% internal growth measured in local currencies, a 1% favourable impact from foreign currency translation and 12% growth from recent acquisitions. Internal growth was led by the Americas and Asia Pacific regions, both of which had solid year over year growth in brokerage, property management and project management activity. Adjusted EBITDA was $42.8 million, up 46% versus the prior year quarter. The Adjusted EBITDA margin was 11.6%, up 190 basis points over the prior year period.