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Aryzta Completes Sale Of Majority Of Its Picard Stake
Aryzta Q1 Reported Revenue Down 2.1% To EUR 843.9 Million
Aryzta FY Underlying Net Profit Up At EUR 74 Million
Aryzta AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in food business. It is primarily focused on specialty baking. The Company’s products include Artisan Breads, Sweet Baked Goods and Morning Goods, as well as an array of other Savoury Items, Such As Pizza, Tarts and Pies. It operates through four segments, including Food Europe, Food North America, Food Rest of World and Origin. Food Europe segment includes the specialty bakery market in Switzerland, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Sweden, Poland and Denmark. Food North America segment includes the specialty bakery market in the United States and Canada. Food Rest of World segment consists of businesses in Australia, Asia, New Zealand and South America. Origin segment is a agri-services group focused on integrated agronomy and agri-inputs in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland and Ukraine. The Company’s customer channels consist of a mix of retail, convenience and independent retail, Quick Serve Restaurants.
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Kevin E. Toland
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President and Chief Commercial Officer, ARYZTA North America
Chief Executive Officer of North America
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* ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OF THE SALE OF THE MAJORITY OF ITS PICARD STAKE
* FY19 ESTABLISHED FOUNDATIONS ON OUR PATH TOWARDS STABILITY, PERFORMANCE AND GROWTH AND Q1 FY20 REVENUE HAS PERFORMED IN LINE WITH OUR EXPECTATIONS Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
Aryzta <ARYN.S> said it expects underlying core earnings growth to improve in 2020, as the Swiss-Irish frozen baked goods company sees the benefits of the cost-and-debt cutting program kicking in and the North American business stabilizing.
* FY IFRS LOSS FOR THE YEAR OF (€29) MILLION VERSUS IFRS LOSS OF (€470)MILLION IN FY 2018
* PROPOSED ADDITION OF ALEJANDRO LEGARDA ZARAGÜETA TO ITS BOARD AS AN INDEPENDENT NON- EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Aryzta on Tuesday cut its full-year profit forecast as continued headwinds in North America buffeted the money-losing Swiss-Irish frozen baked goods company in the fiscal third quarter.
* Q3 REVENUE AT EUR 847.9 MILLION, REPRESENTING A 4.5% INCREASE YEAR ON YEAR
* H1 GROUP ORGANIC REVENUE GROWTH +0.7% IN THE PERIOD, REFLECTING ONGOING STABILISATION
* Q1 GROUP REVENUE OF €862.3M REPRESENTS A 0.3% ORGANIC REVENUE INCREASE DURING THE QUARTER
Aryzta AG: announces result of rights offering - 97.4% of the subscription rights for new registered shares exercised (Reporting by Michael Shields)
Swiss-Irish bakery company Aryzta <ARYN.S> will go ahead with a 790 million euro ($898 million) capital hike after its shareholders on Thursday narrowly approved the plan.
Aryzta's biggest shareholder, Cobas Asset Management, said it would consider "additional measures" for the baking group whose annual meeting approved a capital increase over Cobas's objections.
Aryzta will go ahead with an 790 million euro ($898 million) capital hike after its shareholders on Thursday narrowly approved a plan to raise more dough for the Swiss-Irish bakery company.
* ARYZTA RECOMMENDS SHAREHOLDERS VOTE IN FAVOUR OF UNDERWRITTEN EUR 800 MILLION CAPITAL RAISE
Aryzta's <ARYN.S> row with its largest shareholder, Cobas Asset Management, deepened on Tuesday as the investor said the Swiss-Irish baking company was painting "an unduly grim picture" of its financial situation to ram through a disputed capital hike.
* SAYS RECOMMENDS SHAREHOLDERS VOTE IN FAVOUR OF UNDERWRITTEN EUR 800 MILLION CAPITAL RAISE
Aryzta's row with its largest shareholder, Cobas Asset Management, deepened on Tuesday, with the investor accusing the Swiss-Irish baking company of painting "an unduly grim picture" of its financial situation to ram through a disputed capital hike.
Proxy adviser ISS changed course and recommended on Friday that shareholders support baking company Aryzta's plan for an 800 million euro ($917 million) capital increase.
Proxy adviser Glass Lewis recommends supporting baking group Aryzta's plan for an 800 million euro ($916 million) capital increase, it said on Friday.
Proxy adviser ISS recommended that shareholders oppose baking company Aryzta's plan for an 800 million euro ($925.8 million) capital increase.
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