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Some Aimia Shareholders Requisition Special Meeting To Reconstitute Board
Aimia Q2 Earnings Per Share C$0.14 From Continuing Operations
Aimia Files Suit Against Mittleman Brothers
Aimia Inc is a Canada-based data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company. The Company operates in the following business segments: Coalitions and Insights & Loyalty Solutions (ILS). Within Coalitions segment, the Company has interest in, and joint control with Grupo Aeromexico, the owner and operator of Club Premier, a Mexican coalition loyalty program, and an investment in Think Big, the owner and operator of BIG, AirAsia and Tune Group’s loyalty program. Within the ILS, the Company provides clients with end-to-end loyalty solutions across the globe with operations in the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific. The ILS business provides clients with loyalty strategy, program design, implementation, campaign, analytics and rewards fulfillment, as well as deploys the Company's loyalty platforms, including the Aimia Loyalty Platform Enterprise and Aimia Loyalty Platform Software as a Service (SAAS). ILS includes also the Air Miles Middle East program.
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William G. McEwan
Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operating Officer
Steven Clark Leonard
Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President - Finance
Chief Financial Officer
Shailesh Singh Baidwan
President - Global Loyalty Solutions
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Air Canada <AC.TO> and its partners said on Tuesday that data analytics firm Aimia Inc <AIM.TO> had accepted a cash offer of C$450 million ($344.70 million) for the sale of its Aeroplan loyalty program.
Air Canada and its partners said on Tuesday that data analytics firm Aimia Inc had accepted an offer of C$450 million ($344.70 million) in cash for the sale of its Aeroplan loyalty program.
Aimia Inc's largest shareholder, Mittleman Brothers, said on Monday a buyout offer by an Air Canada-led consortium for Aimia's Aeroplan loyalty program was undervalued.
Aimia Inc's <AIM.TO> stock surged nearly 12 percent on Friday after the Canadian company announced a new airline partnership and repeated its Thursday night demand for a higher offer from an Air Canada <AC.TO>-led consortium that wants to buy its Aeroplan loyalty program.
Aimia on Thursday said it rebuffed an offer by Air Canada and partners to buy its Aeroplan loyalty program and urged the carrier to make a higher offer for the business. The consortium's cash offer of C$250 million, later updated to C$325 million, did not reflect the value...
Mexican aviation company Grupo Aeromexico announced on Thursday a non-binding offering to acquire shares in loyalty program operator PLM for $180 million from its Canadian partner AIMIA Inc.
Air Canada <AC.TO>, two Canadian banks and Visa <V.N> offered on Wednesday to buy back the Canadian airline's previous Aeroplan frequent flyer program from Aimia Inc <AIM.TO> for C$2.25 billion ($1.71 billion).
* ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE $70 MILLION COST SAVINGS TARGET IN 2019
* ISSUED STATEMENT REGARDING AIMIA'S UPCOMING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS TO ELECT AIMIA'S BOARD
* COMPANY BELIEVES THAT IT WILL NOT BE IN A POSITION TO DECLARE OR PAY DIVIDENDS IN 2018.
* AIMIA INC SAYS HOME HARDWARE HAS RENEWED ITS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH AEROPLAN, CANADA'S PREMIER COALITION LOYALTY PROGRAM Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Britain's Sainsbury's <SBRY.L> said on Thursday it has purchased the Nectar loyalty card business from Canada's Aimia <AIM.TO> for 60 million pounds, boosting the supermarket group's control of customer data.
* Aimia sells air miles trademarks for Canada to diversified Royalty Corp for total consideration of up to $67 million
* Qtrly gross billings of $520.3 million, down 6.3% on a constant currency basis including impact of divestitures
Data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company Aimia Inc suspended all dividend payments on Wednesday, a month after Air Canada announced a plan to replace the company's loyalty program with its own.
Canada's main stock index moved lower on Wednesday as energy stocks fell with a drop in oil prices and loyalty program company Aimia plunged after suspending its dividend payments.
* Aimia Inc board of directors has suspended payment of all dividends on both its outstanding common shares
* Appointed Aimia director Roman Doroniuk to act as interim cfo, effective september 5, while a successor is sought Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Air Canada said it would launch its own loyalty program in 2020, replacing the current program, Aeroplan, sending its shares to their highest in nearly 10 years.
Canada's main stock index fell on Thursday, as a Moody's downgrade of Canadian banks struck financials, and frequent-flyer points operator Aimia Inc plunged on news its program would be dropped by the country's largest airline.
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