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Brait SE Invites Holders Of Outstanding 2020 Convertible Bonds To Offer To Sell Bonds
Brait SE FY/Share Of R8.27
Brait Disposes Its 63.1% Shareholding In Iceland Foods
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
Richard Anthony Nelson
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Anjelica Camilleri de Marco
Christoffel Hendrik Wiese
James Murray Grant
Independent Non-Executive Director
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* BRAIT SE - POST YEAR END, BRAIT HAS RECEIVED R1.7 BILLION FROM INITIAL TRANCHES OF ICELAND FOODS AND DGB DISPOSALS
* PORTFOLIO UPDATE, THE COMPLETION OF BRAIT’S DEBT FACILITY REFINANCE, SALE OF DGB AND UPDATE ON GOVERNANCE MATTERS
* JSE: BAT - UPDATE ON THE IMPACT OF THE CORONAVIRUS, THE DIRECTORATE AND PROPOSED REDOMICILIATION
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 <BATJ.J> 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 [NEWOON.UL].
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.
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