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Brait SE Engaged In An Extensive Process To Materially Reduce Debt
New Look Q1 loss narrows to 2.7 mln pounds
Brait Says Investec's Total Beneficial Interest In Co Is Now In Excess Of 5% Of Co's Ordinary Shares
Brait SE is a South Africa-based investment holding company focused on driving long-term growth and value creation in its investment portfolio of sizeable businesses operating in the consumer sector. The Company's investment objective is to achieve long-term growth through majority or minority stakes in achievements across a portfolio of unlisted companies, while raising capital in an efficient manner. Brait SE invests in privately owned businesses. The Company invests in various sectors, including Consumer services-apparel retailer, Consumer services-fitness, Consumer goods-food products, Consumer goods-food retailers, Consumer goods-furnishings and Other. The Company's subsidiaries include Brait Malta Limited and Brait Mauritius Limited.
Avantech Building, St Julian's Road
Phillip Jabulani Moleketi
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Anjelica Camilleri de Marco
Christoffel Hendrik Wiese
John Chester Botts
Independent Non-Executive Director
Alan Steven Jacobs
Independent Non-Executive Director
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Shares in South African investment firm Brait <BATJ.J> plunged more than 20 percent on Monday after its British fashion chain New Look announced a deal with creditors to cut 1 billion pounds off its debts, in its latest turnaround attempt.
South African investment house Brait SE reported a fall in net asset value for the first half of its financial year, weighed down by a tough trading environment in both South Africa and the United Kingdom.
British fashion group New Look, which is owned by South African investment firm Brait , is planning to close around 85 stores, it said on Tuesday.
South African investment house Brait SE reported a nearly one-third drop in annual net asset value on Tuesday after writing down to zero last November the value of its British clothing retailer, New Look.
Shares in Brait SE, a South African investment heavyweight in which tycoon Christo Wiese owns about a third of its stock, slumped 6 percent on Wednesday in what one fund manager said was a knock-on effect from a sell-off in Steinhoff.
South Africa's Brait SE reported a hefty 43 percent fall in full-year net asset value (NAV) on Tuesday, weighed down by unfavourable currency movements and a weak showing at New Look, its British no-frills clothing chain.
* Brait - FY NAV per share at March 31 is ZAR78.15, down 42.6% versus ZAR136.27 year ago
* Says net asset value per share for financial year ended 31 March 2017 is anticipated to be between 77.00 rand and 79.00 rand Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bangalore.email@example.com)
South Africa's Brait SE <BATJ.J><BATJ.LU> has suspended plans to list on the London Stock Exchange, the investment firm said on Friday, citing uncertainty over Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
South Africa's Brait SE has suspended plans to list on the London Stock Exchange, the investment firm said on Friday, citing uncertainty over Britain's decision to leave the European Union.
* Board has determined not to proceed with transfer to UK and premium listing at this time due to uncertainty around Brexit Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)
* Proposed transfer of registered office of company to the UK; transfer report available for inspection Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom)
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