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Deutsche bank leveraged finance conference george gresham september 24 2008

Deutsche Bank Leveraged Finance Conference

George Gresham

September 24, 2008


Forward looking statements

Forward-Looking Statements

Statements in this presentation that are not reported financial results or other historical information are “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements include: (1) our intent to grow our business by growing revenues with current customers, winning new customers, penetrating new markets, innovating and leveraging our databases and marketing assets; (2) our plans to renew existing customers and win new customers; (3) our plans to increase same-store sales; (4) our expectation of growth in gaming revenue and gaming expansion in various markets; (5) our belief that providing cash access services on new platforms should enhance profitability and margins; (6) our belief that higher margin platforms will increase their installed base in the future, (7) our belief that the Arriva card should enhance profitability, (8) our guidance with respect to revenue, gross margin, operating expense and operating income, and (9) our estimated future free cash flow and uses thereof. Such forward-looking statements are based on current plans, estimates and expectations, and are not guarantees of future performance. They are subject to a number of business risks and uncertainties, any of which could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed in or implied by the forward-looking statements, including the following: (1) technical, competitive and regulatory impediments, operational and resource limitations and gaming establishment acceptance of our value propositions; (2) competitive pressures such as pricing, availability and breadth of offerings or gaming establishments replacing their outsourced cash access services with in-house cash access services; (3) competitive pressures that require us to reduce our pricing or changes in gaming establishment patron cash access behavior; (4) regulatory or social responsibility impediments, economic downturns, a decline in the popularity of gaming or changes in the demographic profile of gaming patrons; (5) our failure to obtain regulatory approval for our EDITH platform or our inability to enter into strategic relationships with providers of redemption kiosks on favorable terms; (6) gaming patron preference for using traditional gaming establishment cashiers or gaming establishment unwillingness to incur capital expenditures for unmanned platforms; (7) our failure to properly manage the credit risk associated with the Arriva card; (8) our inability to control the demand for cash access services within gaming establishments, competition from new and existing competitors and the incurrence of unplanned operating or capital expenses; (9) our failure to achieve estimated future income levels, unanticipated capital expenditures, changes in tax rates or position and the need to deploy cash flow to existing or new business development initiatives. Additional factors that could cause actual results to differ materially are included under the heading “Risk Factors” in the Company’s Annual Reports on Form 10‑K and Quarterly Reports on Form 10‑Q filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from time to time. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement.

This presentation includes pro forma information, or non-GAAP financial measures, that are different from financial measures calculated in accordance with GAAP and may be different from pro forma calculations made by other companies.


Company overview

Company Overview

We are the world’s leading cash access provider to the gaming industry

  • Industry Leader

    • Recent consolidation of the sector with two acquisitions of smaller competitors

    • Greater than 80% of the U.S. market

  • Product Superiority

    • 3-in-1 patent protected IP

    • Expansive data sources

    • Central Credit – Only gaming specific credit bureau in the world

    • Differentiated service offerings including in source/out source model for booth operations and sophisticated help desk offerings

    • PowerCash and other cashless gaming products deployed or in development

    • Development relationships and or JVs with IGT and Bally’s

  • Experienced Management Team

    • New team now in place to drive operating performance improvement

  • Compelling Financial Model

    • Recurring revenue

    • Low capital expenditure, high free cash flow

    • Profits not currently subject to federal tax

    • Significant operating leverage


  • Leading cash access provider to the gaming industry

    Leading Cash Access Provider To The Gaming Industry

    At the Intersection of Consumers, Cash and Casinos


    Gaming industry and cash access

    Gaming Industry and Cash Access

    GCA drives Casino Profits, Efficiency and Customer Loyalty

    • Cash access vendor is critical to the success of the casino customer experience

    • Consumers’ increasing use of debit and credit cards require casinos to offer multiple options to allow customers access to cash

    • Casinos need to put money on the floor quickly and efficiently

    • Casinos want to reduce lines at the cage and check cashing booth and allow customers to play longer

    • Casinos want lower costs, increased customer play and enhanced customer loyalty


    Product description

    Product Description


    Deutsche bank leveraged finance conference george gresham september 24 2008

    The Original GCA Advantage: 3-in-1 Rollover

    • Problem: the average ATM daily limit is $300-500

      • Insufficient for many gaming patrons

      • Friday/Saturday/Sunday is “one day”

      • Result 30% of ATM requests in casinos are declined

    • Solution:

      • Debit Card Cash Advance: daily debit limit is 5-10x the ATM limit

      • Credit Card Cash Advance: independent of how much money is in the bank

    • “3-in-1” rollover solution informs ATM patrons of alternatives when they’ve been declined on ATM.

      • Without being informed, most patrons walk away

      • 25% of declined ATM transactions converted to successful cash advance transactions

        • Higher average ticket

        • Higher average fee

    Protected:

    US Patent 6,081,792


    Deutsche bank leveraged finance conference george gresham september 24 2008

    GCA 3-in-1: Proven to Put More Cash on the Floor

    Large Native American + 16%

    Companies have seen increases in debit and credit cash to the floor from switching to GCA 3-in-1

    Atlantic City + 29%

    Gulf Coast + 17%


    Invaluable information

    Invaluable Information

    The industry’s only credit bureau for credit granted by casinos.

    GCA has the unique ability to tell casinos how much cash their best customers are accessing in competitors’ properties.

    The industry’s first and best casino cashier automation tool. Increased productivity and accuracy.


    Major casinos rely on gca

    Major Casinos Rely on GCA

    GCA’s breadth of products is unmatched by the competition

    Top CustomersCash Access ServicesInformation Services Cashless Gaming

    ATMCash AdvanceCheck WarrantyCentral CreditMarketingQCP EDITHKIOSK

    Harrah's/Caesars      

    MGM MIRAGE    

    Boyd/Coast      

    Penn National     

    Foxwoods      

    Mohegan Sun      

    Station Casinos   

    Wynn     

    Trump     

    Pechanga     

    Pinnacle      Thunder Valley     


    Gca s history

    GCA’s History

    • New management team recruited to improve business performance

      • Scott Betts, CEO (Oct 2007)

      • George Gresham, CFO (Feb 2008)

      • Mari Ellis, CIO (Feb 2008)

    • 1998 Founded

      • Formation of Global Cash Access, LLC: First Data 58%, Bank of America 21%, M&C International 21%

  • 1999 – 2001 Significant Transactions

    • First Data and M&C buyout of Bank of America interest

    • Central Credit purchase

    • Purchase of Wells Fargo gaming ATM business

  • 2004 Re-capitalization/Re-structuring

    • Buyout of First Data interest by M&C International

    • Private equity co-investment by Summit Partners

  • 2005 IPO

  • Stock Price Chart - LTM


    Experienced management team

    Experienced Management Team

    Payments/Gaming

    Experience – Years

    • Scott Betts - President, Chief Executive Officer, Secretary and Treasurer 7

    • Joined GCA in late 2007

    • FDC, Payments industry consultant

    • George W. Gresham - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer 6

    • Joined GCA in February 2008

    • EFD – eFunds Corporation, Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

    • Kathryn S. Lever - Executive Vice President and General Counsel7

    • Joined GCA in September 2005

    • Practiced gaming law/regulation at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber, and Shreck LP

    • Mark Labay - Senior Vice President, Product Management6

    • Joined GCA in 2002

    • Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

    • Kurt Sullivan - Executive Vice President, Check Services and Central Credit22

    • Joined GCA in December 2000

    • Circus Circus Enterprises, Inc.

    • Mari Ellis - Executive Vice President, Technology11

    • Joined GCA in February 2008

    • FDC, Blackhawk, Concord EFS


    Competition in the u s gaming cash access market

    Competition in the U.S. Gaming Cash Access Market

    Today

    2006


    Deutsche bank leveraged finance conference george gresham september 24 2008

    Attractive Business Model With Significant Growth

    GCA has significant growth opportunities

    • Long-term contracts with high retention rate

    • Modest fixed cost structure with significant operating leverage

    • Short-term opportunities

      • Integration of acquisitions

      • Cost rationalization

      • Define an integrated product and technology roadmap

    • Long-term growth opportunities

      • International

      • Leverage technology innovation to drive margins


    Transaction growth

    Transaction Growth

    GCA volumes have been growing at 10-15% per year for the last six years

    GCA 2007 Transactions

    • Almost 1 billion $20 bills

    • Enough to wrap Earth 3.7 times

    • 3.9 billion hands of $5 blackjack

    • $228 average transaction

    • 161 transactions per minute

    • $37,000 disbursed per minute


    Financial performance

    Financial Performance

    Revenues

    Operating Income

    ($ in millions)

    ($ in millions)

    1

    CAGR = 11.2%

    $600.9

    CAGR = 11.9%

    1 Excludes non-cash compensation expense


    Financial performance1

    Financial Performance


    Cash flow

    Cash Flow

    * In the first quarter of 2008, GCA discontinued the Arriva business resulting in a $5.5 million bad debt reserve adjustment.


    Balance sheet

    Balance Sheet


    Summary

    Summary

    • Industry Leader

    • Attractive Business Model

      • Long-term contracts with high retention rate

      • Contractual linkage to customer expansion

      • Low capital and labor intensity

    • Significant Growth Opportunities

      • United States

      • Asia

      • Europe

    • New Product Leadership

      • Competitive differentiation

      • Margin improvement

      • One-to-one relationship with gaming patrons

    • Robust Free Cash Flow


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