At the heart of sustainable development is our goal to generate strong, stable investment returns for our network. SPGX regularly aligns its business objectives with the interests of shareholders by continuing to expand its global footprint through acquisition of new assets, opening of new international representative offices, appointment of industry talent to its board and management team, and partnerships with global leaders across multiple sectors.

As a top-tier, independent holding and development company, SPGX allows shareholders to benefit from the creation of business opportunities and related research and development. We employ environmentally sound and responsible practices to facilitate on-going dialogue about projects, development and social inclusion in the markets where we operate alongside creating value for investors. SPGX benefits from connections to the best third party service providers to maintain its position at the forefront of sustainable development, which is poised for substantial growth in the coming years.

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SPGX Investor Call January 2019

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