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  • IBC Advanced Alloys

    A Vertically Integrated Beryllium and Advanced Alloys Company April 2011 Corporate Presentation TSX-V:IB

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    • Some statements contained in this presentation or in documents referred to in it are or maybe forward-looking statements. Actual results may differ from those pressed in such statements, depending on a variety of factors.

    • Any forward-looking information contained in this presentation has been prepared on the basis of a number of assumptions which may prove to be incorrect, and accordingly, actual results may vary.

    • Past performance of the Company cannot be relied on as a guide to future performance. This presentation does not constitute, or form part of or contain any invitation or offer to any person to underwrite, subscribe for, otherwise acquire, or dispose of any shares in IBC Advanced Alloys Corp., or advise persons to do so in any jurisdiction, nor shall it, or any part of it, form the basis or be relied on in any connection with or act as a inducement to enter into any contract or commitment therefore. No reliance may be placed for any purpose whatsoever on the information or opinions contained in this document or on its completeness and no liability whatsoever is accepted for any loss howsoever arising from any use of this document or its contents otherwise in connection therewith.

    Legal Disclaimer

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    Resources – R&D – Manufacturing • Established 2007 to capitalize on rare metals opportunity • Vertically integrated from mine to market • Strategic supply partnership with Kazatomprom(1) • Copper alloys and Aluminum alloys leaders • Manufacturing in MA, IN, PA, MO • Proprietary beryllium alloy technology • R & D in nuclear fuel, lithium hydride batteries and wind turbine plasma coating • 2010 revenues $14m and 2011 revenue estimated $20m(2)

    Opportunity: • Acquire market share

    • $2 b global market (Be, Be alloys & nonferrous alloys)(3) • Fractured market / two major suppliers • Acquisition and consolidation

    • Grow the overall market • Stimulate Be demand with new products R&D and market growth • Manufacture high margin profitable applications • Prove and develop resources

    At a Glance

    Opportunity exists to grow

    current market share and

    dramatically increase Be market size

    (1) On March 24, 2010, IBC signed a binding three-year supply agreement whereby Kazatomprom’s wholly owned subsidiary, Ulba Metallurgical Plant, will supply beryllium and beryllium alloys to IBC on agreed terms

    (2) Management estimate based on historical performance (3) Management estimate

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    At a Glance

    Inception: 2007

    Revenues: 2010- $14m (A) 2011-$20m (E)

    Shares Outstanding: 191,698,821

    (Fully Diluted) 250,256,308

    Options: $.015 to $0.20 – 13,615,000

    $.050 to $0.83 – 869,000

    Total – 14,484,000

    Warrants: (financing) 39,061,723

    (broker) 4,761,764

    3 month average vol: (to Mar. 31, 2011) 498,964

    3 Month Range: 0.13 – 0.195

    Market Cap: $31M

    Head Office: Vancouver, BC

    Operations: Wilmington, MA

    Franklin, IN

    Royersford, PA

    New Madrid, MO

    Trading: TSX-V: IB

    Share Ownership:

    Firebird Master Fund 30%

    Insider Ownership 2.4%

    Financings:

    March 2010 $10.35M

    May 2009 $1.25M

    March 2008 $7M

    July 2007 $10M

    May 2007 $1.1M

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    Beryllium IBC

    Advanced Alloys

    Opportunity

    At a Glance

    At A Glance

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    What is Beryllium? Beryllium

    Be

    Rare

    Stronger than Steel

    2nd Lightest Metal

    X-Ray Transpartent

    Melting Point 1278°

    Non Magnetic and Non Sparking

    Beryllium is a rare metal with unique characteristics.

    It is used as a pure metal or as an alloy with copper and aluminum.

    Bertrandite and beryl pegmatite are the two most common beryllium ores.

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    Where is Be Used? Beryllium

    Pure Beryllium: Government and Strategic

    • Nuclear • Aerospace • Defense

    Beryllium Alloy: Commercial and Industrial

    • Telecom • Computing • Electronics • Medical • Oil & Gas • Automotive • Aerospace

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    ‘Global Beryllium Demand to Reach 465 Metric Tons by 2015” Global Industry Analysts, Inc. 2010

    Growing Be supply/demand Imbalance favors suppliers • Only three primary sources

    globally (BW, Ulba, US gov’t)

    • No spot market • Dramatic price rise (44%)

    between 2006 and 2008 (up to $500kg)

    • High price has prevented wider use of Be

    • One source (US Govt. stockpile) decreased availability 2008 / 2009

    Beryllium Market Beryllium

    WORLD BERYLLIUM CONSUMPTION (METRIC TONS)

    Source: Beryllium – A Global Strategic Business Report, Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

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    IBC Divisions IBC

    R&DMineral Properties Manufacturing

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    IBC Value Chain IBC

    RESOURCES

    Mineral Properties

    DISTRIBUTION Utah

    Colorado Brazil

    Kazatomprom (Ulba)

    Customers: Honda Toshiba

    NGK US National Labs

    Honeywell General Dynamics

    Raytheon

    Processing Manufacturing Distribution

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    •Product Dev •Market Dev •R&D

    •Nuclear fuels •LiBe Hydrides •Plasma coatings

    Copper Alloys

    Aluminum Alloys

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    Management & Directors IBC

    Anthony Dutton Director, President & CEO Finance & Strategic Advisory Background

    Denis Brady Director Previous owner of Nonferrous Products. Manufacturing Expertise

    Dal S. Brynelsen Director, President and CEO of Vangold Resources Ltd., Corporate Finance

    Ian Slater Director CA and past Managing Partner of Ernst & Young’s Canadian mining practice

    Lee R. Rice Director / VP Exploration Registered professional engineer, geologist and 43-101 qualified

    Jim Malone Vice President Nuclear Fuels Chair, IBC Nuclear Fuels Advisory Board Former VP Nuclear Fuels for Exelon Corp.

    Douglas Veitch Vice President of Business Development Formerly with Brush Wellman

    Mark Wolma President of IBC Nonferrous Previously VP Operations Scherer Industrial Group

    Rajeev Jain Vice President of Sales Formerly at Hussey Copper

    Simon J. Anderson Chief Financial Officer Chartered Accountant with public and private company experience as director / officer

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    Plant Locations IBC

    Freedom Alloys

    Nonferrous Beralcast

    Manufacturing headquarters Indiana

    48,800 sq. ft. Owned 12 acre property

    Manufacturing headquarters Massachusetts Prototyping Being relocated

    Two facilities: Pennsylvania and Missouri Owned/Leased 42,500 sq. ft.

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    Expand Be market and attract market share • Expand sales and marketing team / aggressively pursue new business • Increase business growth through existing customer base • Develop new markets and offer competitive products

    Continue manufacturing consolidation • Move Beralcast to larger facility (est. April 2011) • Increase margins • Improve production efficiencies • Seize highly accretive acquisition opportunities

    Develop exploration resources • Prove up resource base to NI 43-101 • Acquire other world class beryllium ore bodies

    Continual investment in beryllium R&D • Nuclear fuels / wind power / new products • Objective to increase demand for Be resource

    Business Strategy IBC

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    • Close customer relationships – Best lead times in the industry

    • Dependable sources of raw material – Long term strategic relationship with Kazatomprom – Approved buyer from DOD

    • Proprietary technology • Processing and metallurgical expertise • Specialized market • Unique structure (vertically integrated)

    IBC’s Competitive Advantage IBC

    Close customer relationships

    Dependable sources of raw material

    Proprietary technology & patents

    Processing & metallurgical expertise

    Specialized market

    Unique structure

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    • Beralcast is a Be alloy with superior capabilities to other metals