MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION & ANALYSISOF FINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTSOF OPERATIONSFor the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and 2020
1MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSMANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL CONDITION ANDRESULTS OF OPERATIONSAimia Inc. (together with its direct and indirect subsidiaries, where the context requires, “Aimia” or the “Corporation”)was incorporated on May 5, 2008 under the laws of Canada.The following management's discussion and analysis of financial condition and results of operations (the “MD&A”)presents a discussion of the financial condition and results of operations for Aimia.The MD&A is prepared as at November 10, 2021 and should be read in conjunction with the accompanyingcondensed interim consolidated financial statements of Aimia for the three and nine months ended September 30,2021 and the notes thereto, the audited consolidated financial statements of Aimia for the year ended December 31,2020 and the notes thereto, and the Annual Information Form dated March 24, 2021.The earnings and cash flows of Aimia are affected by certain risks. For a description of those risks, please refer to theRisks and uncertainties affecting the business section.CAUTION REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATIONForward-looking statements are included in this MD&A. These forward-looking statements are identified by the use ofterms and phrases such as “anticipate”, “believe”, “could”, “estimate”, “expect”, “intend”, “may”, “plan”, “predict”,“project”, “will”, “would” and “should”, and similar terms and phrases, including references to assumptions. Suchstatements may involve but are not limited to comments with respect to strategies, expectations, planned operationsor future actions. Forward-looking statements in this MD&A include, but are not limited to, statements with respect tothe potential outcome of discussions with Aeromexico and its Debtors, and whether agreement will be reached on apotential transaction whereby the Corporation would divest its 48.9% equity stake in PLM.Forward-looking statements, by their nature, are based on assumptions and are subject to important risks anduncertainties. Any forecasts, predictions or forward-looking statements cannot be relied upon due to, among otherthings, changing external events and general uncertainties of the business and its corporate structure. Resultsindicated in forward-looking statements may differ materially from actual results for a number of reasons, includingwithout limitation, business and industry disruptions related to natural disasters, security issues and global healthcrises particularly as they might affect the airline, travel and hospitality sectors, risks and uncertainties related toAimia's investment in PLM arising from Aeromexico's Chapter 11 filings, the execution of the strategic plan,investment risks, including in connection with how and when to deploy and invest Aimia’s considerable cash andother liquid assets, holding company liquidity risk, investment partnerships risks, airline industry changes andincreased airline costs, reliance on key personnel, market price and trading volume of the common shares andpreferred shares, uncertainty of dividend declarations and/or payments on either common shares or preferred shares,passive foreign investment company risk, limitations on utilization of tax losses, technological disruptions and inabilityto use third-party software and outsourcing, regulatory matters related to privacy, foreign operations, interest rate andcurrency fluctuations, legal proceedings, audit by tax authorities, as well as the other factors identified throughout thisMD&A and throughout Aimia's public disclosure records on file with the Canadian securities regulatory authorities.The forward-looking statements contained herein represent Aimia's expectations as of November 10, 2021, and aresubject to change after such date. However, Aimia disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise anyforward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as requiredunder applicable securities regulations.
2MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSTHIS MD&A CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:OVERVIEW3INVESTMENTS IN EQUITY INSTRUMENTS, ASSOCIATES AND JOINT ARRANGEMENTS4Q3 2021 HIGHLIGHTS4PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (INCLUDING CERTAIN NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES)8OPERATING AND FINANCIAL RESULTS8SELECTED CONSOLIDATED OPERATING RESULTS9SEGMENTED INFORMATION10SEGMENTED OPERATING RESULTS12SUMMARY OF QUARTERLY RESULTS21LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL RESOURCES23CONTINGENT LIABILITIES AND GUARANTEES26SUMMARY OF CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS AND COMMITMENTS28CAPITAL STOCK28DIVIDENDS30EARNINGS (LOSS) PER COMMON SHARE31DISCONTINUED OPERATIONS AND DISPOSAL OF BUSINESSES AND OTHER ASSETS32CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING POLICIES35CRITICAL ACCOUNTING ESTIMATES36CONTROLS AND PROCEDURES37RISKS AND UNCERTAINTIES AFFECTING THE BUSINESS37NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES FOR INVESTMENTS38GLOSSARY41ADDITIONAL INFORMATION42
3MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSOVERVIEWAimia was incorporated on May 5, 2008 under the Canada Business Corporations Act. The registered and head officeof Aimia is located at 176 Yonge Street, 6th floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 2L7.The Corporation is a holding company with a focus on long-term investments in public and private companies, on aglobal basis, through controlling or minority stakes.The company owns a portfolio of investments which include: a 48.9% equity stake in PLM Premier, S.A.P.I. de C.V.,owner and operator of Club Premier, the coalition loyalty program in Mexico that operates the Aeromexico FrequentFlyer program, a 10.85% stake in Clear Media Limited, one of the largest outdoor advertising firms in China, a 48.8%equity stake in Kognitiv, a B2B technology company enabling collaborative commerce, a 12.3% equity stake inTRADE X, a global B2B cross-border automotive trading platform as well as a wholly owned investment advisorybusiness, Mittleman Investment Management, LLC.Aimia, through its own operations and those of its subsidiaries, currently operates two reportable and operatingsegments, namely, Holdings, and Investment Management.HoldingsHoldings includes Aimia's long-term investments in PLM, Kognitiv, Clear Media Limited, TRADE X as well as minorityinvestments in various public company securities and limited partnerships.Holdings also includes central operating costs, including costs related to public company disclosure and Board costs,executive leadership, finance and administration.Investment ManagementInvestment Management includes Mittleman Investment Management ("MIM"), an SEC-registered investment adviserthat provides discretionary portfolio management to institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals.Discontinued OperationsDiscontinued operations include the results of Aimia's former Loyalty Solutions segment until June 18, 2020, the dateof the closing of the transaction with Kognitiv. Please refer to the section Discontinued Operations and Disposal ofBusinesses and Other Assets for additional information.
4MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSINVESTMENTS IN EQUITY INSTRUMENTS, ASSOCIATES AND JOINTARRANGEMENTSThe table below summarizes Aimia's main investments in equity instruments, associates and joint arrangements atSeptember 30, 2021:Nature of businessNature ofinvestmentPLMKognitivClear Media Limited (a)Coalition LoyaltyB2B TechnologyOutdoor advertisingJoint ventureHoldingsAssociateHoldingsEquity instrument ityFair valueTRADE XB2B automotive crossborder trading platformEquity instrument HoldingsWorldwide12.3Fair value(a)ReportingsegmentPlace ofbusiness% ofownership MeasurementmethodinterestNameFollowing the acceptance of the share alternative by the Corporation and the privatization of Clear Media Limited, Aimiahas a 10.85% stake in Ever Harmonic Global Limited., which wholly-owns Clear Media.Q3 2021 HIGHLIGHTSInvestment in TRADE XOn July 27, 2021, Aimia invested 44.0 million (US 35.0 million) in convertible preferred shares of TRADE X, a globalB2B cross-border automotive trading platform powered by its proprietary TRADE X ‘Brain’ data and analyticstechnology, at a US 250.0 million pre-money valuation.On August 11, 2021, an additional US 10.0 million of convertible preferred shares were issued by TRADE X to otherstrategic investors in a subsequent closing to achieve its target round size of US 45.0 million, bringing Aimia's fullydiluted stake at 12.3%. Aimia will benefit from customary preferred shareholder protections, as well as board ofdirectors representation. After giving effect to the transaction, TRADE X’s board of directors consists of five directors,of which one board seat is occupied by Aimia’s CEO, Phil Mittleman.Acceptance of the share alternative and subsequent privatization of Clear MediaOn July 5, 2021, Ever Harmonic Global Limited. ("Ever Harmonic") and Clear Media Limited jointly announced avoluntary conditional offer to acquire all of the shares of Clear Media Limited that are not already owned or agreed tobe acquired by the consortium or parties acting in concert with it.The conditional offer was made by Ever Harmonic on August 3, 2021 to owners of Clear Media Limited shares toaccept either (1) the cash alternative (HK 7.12 per common share), or (2) the share alternative (one new holdingcompany share per Clear Media Limited common share), with the new holding company having a direct investment inEver Harmonic, which would wholly-own Clear Media. Ever Harmonic is the company used by the consortium toacquire the shares of Clear Media Limited and the initial indirect shareholders were Clear Media Limited's CEO HanZi Jing (Forward Elite Holdings Limited, "Forward Elite"), Ant Fin (Hong Kong) Holding Limited, JCDecaux SA (FP:DEC), and JIC Capital Management (Tianjin) Ltd. For the purpose of this conditional offer, as well as the initial March30, 2020 offer by Ever Harmonic to acquire all outstanding shares of Clear Media Limited, Ever Harmonic has
5MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSsecured external financing. The external financing was and is for the purpose of enabling Forward Elite to pay for itspro rata share of the consideration of these offers since Forward Elite has not provided any actual funding in EverHarmonic.Although the external financing was and is for the benefit of Forward Elite, the security for the external financing,includes, amongst others, the charge of the Clear Media Limited common shares held by Ever Harmonic in favor ofthe lenders. As part of the external financing agreement, Ever Harmonic is obliged to apply any and all distributionsreceived from Clear Media Limited and any of its other subsidiaries towards satisfaction of the repayment of theexternal financing, and shall not declare or pay any dividends or distributions, in each case unless and until theexternal financing has been fully and finally repaid and discharged. To compensate the new holding company for itsloss of its indirect pro rata share in any distributions from Clear Media Limited which could be applied by EverHarmonic to the repayment of the external financing, Forward Elite entered into an undertaking with the new holdingcompany. Under the terms of this undertaking, if any funds of Ever Harmonic (which would otherwise be available fordistribution to the consortium and the new holding company) are used by Ever Harmonic to repay the externalfinancing, Forward Elite will undertake to pay the new holding company an amount equal to the new holdingcompany’s pro rata share (in proportion to its shareholding in Ever Harmonic) of the relevant funds of Ever Harmonicso used (“Forward Elite Payables”). The Forward Elite Payables may be repaid in any amount from time to time,provided that all Forward Elite Payables shall be repaid in full to the new holding company by no later than 18 monthsfollowing the date of full repayment of the external financing.Following Aimia’s review of the Composite Document dated August 3, 2021, Aimia elected to accept the sharealternative and to maintain an indirect 10.85% shareholding in the privatized Clear Media. The transaction closedduring the three months ended September 30, 2021, and the listing of the shares of Clear Media on the Hong KongStock Exchange was withdrawn.Performance HighlightsThe Corporations' investments measured at fair value had a strong quarterly performance and net change in fairvalue amounted to 7.9 million for the three months ended September 30, 2021. These gains were mainly due toAimia's investment in AirAsia Berhad (unrealized fair value gain of 6.3 million).Despite continuing to operate in a challenging environment due to COVID-19 affecting its airline partner Aeromexico,PLM reported significant increases in revenues and gross billings, as well as positive Adjusted EBITDA, net earningsand Free Cash Flow in the quarter. Aimia's share of net earnings of PLM amounted to 4.1 million for the threemonths ended September 30, 2021. This performance was more than offset by Aimia's share of net loss of Kognitiv.Refer to the section Segmented Operating Results for more details.COVID-19 Impact UpdateOver the past months, we have seen the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on human health, the globaleconomy and associated government measures to curb the spread of the virus, which includes varying degrees ofself-quarantine and border closures. Aimia has been addressing the COVID-19 situation, working to mitigate thepotential impacts on its employees and business. Aimia has the ability to perform its activities as a holding companyby working remotely without significant disruption.
6MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSHowever, the pandemic is impacting the operations of certain of our investments or their partners to various degrees,which are detailed below.PLMThe PLM coalition program has been impacted by COVID-19. The most significant impact has been on Aeromexico,the airline partner of PLM due to unprecedented border closures and travel restrictions. As the activities ofAeromexico are reduced, the cash inflows of PLM are reduced given lower points accumulation by the programmembers who accumulate on Aeromexico flights. In addition, the pandemic has impacted businesses and consumerscredit card spending which has adversely impacted cash inflows of the program. Partially offsetting these impacts arelower cash outflows due to a significant reduction in points redemption by the program members with respect toairline rewards and cost cutting initiatives put in place by PLM to mitigate the lower levels of operating marginsgenerated.On June 30, 2020, Aeromexico commenced proceedings under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code("Chapter 11") to implement a court supervised financial restructuring, while continuing to serve its customers. At thistime, the financial restructuring of Aeromexico is still ongoing and it is too early to assess the final outcome for thereceivables from Aeromexico that PLM holds. However, a 15.4 million (US 11.5 million) expected credit lossprovision has been recorded in the results of PLM related to certain unsecured receivables from Aeromexico in thetwelve months ended December 31, 2020, which impacted Aimia's share of net earnings from PLM.In October 2020, the United States Bankruptcy Court approved on a final basis Aeromexico’s Debtor-in-possession("DIP") financing facility for up to US 1.0 billion, consisting of a senior secured Tranche 1 facility of US 200.0 million,and a senior secured Tranche 2 facility of US 800.0 million. In addition, the airline has since renegotiated terms withits suppliers, including aircraft lessors, and with its unionized labor forces to improve its cost structure and liquidity.On April 22, 2021, Aimia filed Proof of Claims in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of NewYork against the Aeromexico Debtors, including Grupo Aeromexico, S.A.B. de C.V., Aeroliteral, S.A., Aerovias deMexico, S.A. de C.V. and Aerovias Empresa de Cargo, S.A. de C.V. Similar Proof of Claims were also filed by PLM.Aimia and PLM were compelled to file these claims by April 25, 2021, which was the Aeromexico Debtors’ claims bardate applicable to Aimia and PLM. On April 22, 2021, PLM also filed with the Bankruptcy Court, a Motion of PLM foran Order Pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9019 Approving the Stipulation Among the Debtors, PLM and Aimia. TheMotion which was initially scheduled to be heard before the Bankruptcy Court on May 21, 2021, has been adjournedindefinitely pending the outcome of a potential PLM transaction. On October 1, 2021, the Debtors filed their initialJoint Plan of Reorganization under Chapter 11 and Disclosure Statement with the Bankruptcy Court (as thereafteramended), including therein was a reference to a potential transaction whereby Aimia would divest its 48.9% equitystake in PLM which would become a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeromexico. On October 4, 2021, Aimia issued anews release acknowledging that it was in discussions with Aeromexico and its Debtors regarding a potentialtransaction and clarifying that it had not entered into an agreement to effect any particular transaction, and that therecould be no assurance that such discussions would result in any such agreement. These discussions continue toadvance. It remains too early to assess the final outcome of Aeromexico’s Chapter 11 proceedings and their impacton PLM and Aimia’s investment therein. Aimia continues to actively monitor Aeromexico’s Chapter 11 proceedingsand engage with all relevant parties as required from time to time in order to ensure that its economic interests areprotected.
7MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSAs long as the Aeromexico operates in a challenging environment due to COVID-19, Aimia anticipates reduced cashflows and net earnings for PLM compared to pre-pandemic levels as a result of the reduced air travel demand andcapacity of Aeromexico. While Aimia cannot predict the full impact or exact timing for when these adverse conditionsmay improve, Aimia does not expect these conditions to be permanent. As such, Aimia does not expect the long-termprofitability of the program to be affected significantly at this time. Consequently, taking into consideration thatprevious calculations show that the investment's recoverable value is significantly greater than its carrying amount,Aimia did not consider that the current pandemic nor Aeromexico's Chapter 11 proceedings would have eliminatedthat difference.Refer to the Note 2 (a) of the accompanying condensed interim consolidated financial statements of Aimia for thethree and nine months ended September 30, 2021 for more details. During the three and nine months endedSeptember 30, 2021, the PLM board of directors approved a distribution of US 10.0 million and US 34.8 million, ofwhich Aimia received its share of 6.3 million (US 4.9 million) and 21.4 million (US 17.0 million).KognitivKognitiv's services provided to the travel and hospitality industries have been impacted by the travel restrictions andborder closures. The emergence of new COVID-19 variants, extension of travel restrictions and restructuring activitiesfollowing the ISS transaction caused additional delays in the execution of Kognitiv’s business plan. Aimia tested theinvestment for impairment as of June 30, 2021 as these delays to the business plan, which had pushed out theachievement of profitability further, were considered to be an indication that Kognitiv's carrying amount might havebeen impaired. Based on the results of the impairment test then performed, the carrying amount of the Kognitivinvestment was determined to be lower than its recoverable value and therefore, no impairment was recorded. Referto Note 6 of the accompanying condensed interim consolidated financial statements of Aimia for the three and ninemonths ended September 30, 2021 for more details. Kognitiv's operating results for the three months endedSeptember 30, 2021 are in line with the business plan used in the June 30, 2021, impairment test and no otherindicator that Kognitiv's carrying amount might be impaired has been identified as of September 30, 2021. Therefore,no impairment test was performed as of September 30, 2021.Clear MediaClear Media’s revenues began to decline substantially in February 2020 amid the outbreak of COVID-19 which furtherslowed China’s economic growth, negatively impacted customers' advertising spend and reduced demand foradvertising space. In its March 17, 2021 Annual Results Announcement, Clear Media indicated that its revenuebottomed in March 2020 (prior to Aimia's investment in Clear Media) and that its revenue had been recovering in thesecond quarter of 2020. The recovery in total monthly revenue continued in the third and fourth quarter of 2020. Totalrevenue in the fourth quarter of 2020 also slightly exceeded the level of the same period in the prior year. Clear Mediafurther indicated that, in the absence of any significant recurrence of COVID-19 pandemic or adverse macroeconomic development, the 2021 total revenue is expected to be materially more than in 2020. In Clear Media's 2021interim report, the company indicated that the group’s total revenue for the six months ended June 30, 2021 wasRMB641.5 million, which represented an increase of 73.8%, compared with that of the corresponding period in 2020.The investment in Clear Media is recorded at fair value at each reporting period. The assumptions and estimatesused in the valuation of Clear Media are described in Note 5 of the accompanying condensed interim consolidatedfinancial statements of Aimia for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021.
8MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSAimia continues to monitor the COVID-19 impacts on all its investments closely. Refer to the Risks and uncertaintiesaffecting the business section for more details.Subsequent EventsSale of Newmark Group investmentSubsequent to the end of the quarter, Aimia sold all of its investment in Newmark Group. Aimia received total netproceeds of 18.7 million (US 15.1 million), resulting in a gain of 9.7 million (US 8.0 million).Investment in a new special purpose vehicleOn November 9, 2021, Aimia invested 12.4 million (US 10.0 million) in a new special purpose vehicle which wascreated to pursue a leverage buyout strategy.PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (INCLUDING CERTAIN NON-GAAP FINANCIALMEASURES)GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURESTo measure performance, the Corporation uses and presents several financial measures in accordance with GAAP,including, but not limited to, various source of Income, Expenses, Earnings (loss) before income taxes, Net earnings(loss) and Earnings (Loss) by Common Share. The summary of Aimia's significant accounting policies is included inNote 2 of the audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2020 dated March 24, 2021.Please refer to the Critical Accounting Estimates section for a discussion on the identified areas that are the mostsubject to judgments, inherently uncertain and which could change significantly in subsequent periods, as well as theChange in Accounting Policies section for the list of revised accounting standards and accounting policies adoptedduring the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and their impacts on the consolidated financialstatements.NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURESIn order to complement the analysis of the financial performance of its investments, certain Non-GAAP measures arepresented in this MD&A. A reconciliation to these investments' most comparable GAAP measure can be found in theNon-GAAP Financial Measures for Investments section.OPERATING AND FINANCIAL RESULTSCertain of the following financial information of Aimia has been derived from, and should be read in conjunction with,the consolidated financial statements for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and 2020, and thenotes thereto. Results of the Corporation are not significantly impacted by seasonality.
9MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSSELECTED CONSOLIDATED OPERATING RESULTS(in millions of Canadian dollars, except share and per shareinformation)Three Months EndedSeptember 30,Nine Months EndedSeptember 30,2021202120202020Continuing operationsShare of net loss of equity-accounted investments(1.7)(0.2)(8.5)(1.7)Net change in fair value of investments in equityinstrumentsInterest and dividend incomeRevenue from investment management feesGain on disposal of equity-accounted 188.8.131.52—Total Income7.0(1.1)18.44.1Expenses3.1Decrease in limited partners' capital liability0.8—1.1Earning (loss) before income taxes4.7(9.9)1.7(14.5)Distributions from equity-accounted �Including continuing and discontinued operations,unless otherwise notedNet earnings (loss) attributable to equity holders ofthe Corporation3.5Net earnings (loss) attributable to equity holders ofthe Corporation - Continuing operations3.5Net earnings (loss) attributable to equity holders ofthe Corporation - Discontinued operationsWeighted average number of common sharesEarnings (loss) per common share (a)Earnings (loss) per common share - Continuingoperations - Basic and fully diluted (a)Earnings (loss) per common share - Discontinuedoperations - Basic and fully dilutedTotal assetsTotal long-term liabilitiesDividends paid on preferred �442.013.43.1(c)(c)(a)After deducting cumulative preferred shares dividends (whether declared or not) and after adding the excess of preferredshares' assigned value over consideration paid for the repurchase, if any.(b)Includes stock-based compensation and other performance awards expense (reversal) of (0.2) million (2020: 2.5 million)and 4.5 million (2020: 0.4 million) for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and 2020, respectively.(c)Net Earnings (Loss) from continuing operations for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and 2020 includethe effect of 1.2 million (2020: 0.8 million) and 3.7 million (2020: 3.6 million) of current income tax expenses,respectively.For the three and nine months ended September 30, 2021 and 2020, current income taxes related to continuing operationsare primarily related to Part VI.1 tax expense recognized in our Canadian operations.
10MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSSEGMENTED INFORMATIONThe table below summarizes the relevant financial information by operating segment:Three months ended September 30,2021(in millions of Canadian dollars)Operating Segment2020HoldingsShare of net loss of entManagementEliminations20212020Total 0.2)Net change in fair value of investments inequity instruments7.9(1.5)————7.9(1.5)Interest and dividend 0.50.4Total Income6.5(1.5)0.70.4(0.2)—7.0(1.1)Compensation and benefits184.108.40.206.3——2.04.0Professional, advisory and service fees220.127.116.11.1(0.2)—1.10.9Technology and other office expenses0.71.00.10.1——0.81.1Fair value (gain) loss on 7Other financial expense (income), e from investment management feesDepreciation and amortizationTotal ExpensesDecrease in limited partners' capital liabilityNet earnings (loss) before income taxesTotal assets (b)(a)4.6440.3460.1(9.9)462.9(a)The reconciliation of the consolidated net earnings (loss) before income taxes to the consolidated net earnings (loss) for thethree months ended September 30, 2021 and September 30, 2020 is presented in the consolidated statements of operations.(b)The allocation of assets between the Holdings and Investment Management segments as of September 30, 2020 has beenadjusted to reflect the results of the finalization of the MIM purchase price allocation.
11MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS OFFINANCIAL CONDITION AND RESULTS OF OPERATIONSThe table below summarizes the relevant financial information by operating segment:Nine months Ended September 30,2021(in millions of Canadian dollars)Operating Segment20202021Holdings2020 0Total (Continuingoperations)Share of net loss of 8.5)(1.7)Net change in fair value of investments inequity ��—0.72.2——2.10.5(0.2)—1.90.5Interest and dividend incomeRevenue from investment management feesGain on disposal of �Total Income18.104.22.168.5(0.2)—18.44.1Compensation and benefits10.06.41.40.4——11.46.8Professional, advisory and service fees22.214.171.124.1(0.2)—3.25.4Technology and other office expenses126.96.36.199.1——2.74.7Fair value loss on contingent 0.3)(0.1)——1.74188.8.131.52——442.0Other financial expense (income), netDepreciation and amortizationTotal ExpensesDecrease in limited partners' capital liabilityNet earnings (loss) before income taxesTotal assets (c)(a)2.0440.3(14.5)462.9(a)The reconciliation of the consolida
Discontinued Operations Discontinued operations include the results of Aimia's former Loyalty Solutions segment until June 18, 2020, the date of the closing of the transaction with Kognitiv. Please refer to the section Discontinued Operations and Disposal of Businesses and Other Assets for additional information. 3