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Intu Properties PLC (ITUJ.J)

ITUJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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Tue, Jun 11 2019

Intu to oppose fashion retailer Arcadia's new rescue deal: Sky News

Intu Properties Plc, Philip Green-owned Arcadia's second biggest landlord, is set to oppose the fashion group's latest sweetened rescue plan, Sky News reported on Tuesday.

Intu to oppose fashion retailer Arcadia's new rescue deal - Sky News

June 11 Intu Properties Plc, Philip Green-owned Arcadia's second biggest landlord, is set to oppose the fashion group's latest sweetened rescue plan, Sky News reported on Tuesday.

Intu Properties taps former Crest Nicholson finance chief as CFO

Intu Properties named Robert Allen as chief financial officer, the latest appointment in a wide-ranging management shuffle as the British shopping centre operator wades through the effects of a string of retail collapses and Brexit gloom.

UPDATE 1-Intu Properties taps former Crest Nicholson finance chief as CFO

June 4 Intu Properties named Robert Allen as chief financial officer, the latest appointment in a wide-ranging management shuffle as the British shopping centre operator wades through the effects of a string of retail collapses and Brexit gloom.

Intu Properties appoints Robert Allen as CFO

June 4 British shopping centre operator Intu Properties on Tuesday named Robert Allen as its permanent chief financial officer.

British mall operator Intu names investment chief

Intu Properties Plc on Thursday named Corporate Development Director Dushyant Sangar as chief investment officer, as the shopping centre operator aims to trim debt.

British mall operator Intu names investment chief

May 9 Intu Properties Plc on Thursday named Corporate Development Director Dushyant Sangar as chief investment officer, as the shopping centre operator aims to trim debt.

Mall operator Intu forecasts fall in rental income, shares hit

The new chief executive of Intu Properties Plc cut the shopping centre operator's rental income forecast on Friday, blaming a string of retail collapses and uncertainties stemming from Brexit for slowing down new lettings.

UPDATE 2-Mall operator Intu forecasts fall in rental income, shares hit

* Company sees "challenging" 2019 (Adds shares, details on outlook)

Mall operator Intu sees challenging 2019 as retail failures, Brexit bite

May 3 Intu Properties said on Friday it expects this year to be challenging, hurt by higher-than-expected retail failures and a slowdown in new lettings as tenants delay their decisions due to political uncertainties.

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