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Imperial Brands Appoints Alan John As Non-Executive Director, With Effect From Jan 1 2020
Imperial Brands CEO says doesn't expect major margin reset
Imperial Brands Says FY Reported EPS 158.3 Pence
Imperial Brands PLC is a fast-moving consumer goods company. It offers a range of cigarettes, fine cut and smokeless tobaccos and papers. The Tobacco & NGP business comprises the manufacture, marketing, and sale of Tobacco & NGP and Tobacco & NGP-related products, including sales to the Distribution business. The Distribution business comprises the distribution of Tobacco & NGP products for Tobacco & NGP product manufacturers, including Imperial Brands, as well as a range of non-Tobacco & NGP products and services. Its reportable segments are Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia & Australasia (AAA) and Distribution. Its Europe segment, it covers markets including the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands, Ukraine, and Poland. Americas segment includes the United States and Canada. Its AAA segment includes Australia, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and its African markets including Algeria and Morocco.
121 Winterstoke Road
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John Matthew Downing
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Demand for cigarettes has picked up in the COVID-19 pandemic, helped by a rise in home working that has given smokers more opportunities to light up, Imperial Brands said on Thursday.
Tobacco group Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> said on Thursday Chief Finanical Officer Oliver Tant will retire from the company once a successor is found.
Cigarette maker Imperial Brands said on Thursday Chief Finanical Officer Oliver Tant has decided to retire and will leave the company once a successor is found.
Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L>, maker of Winston and Gauloises cigarettes, said on Tuesday it will cut its annual dividend by a third as it expects the coronavirus to hit travel and spending in coming months.
Imperial Brands <IMB.L> is withdrawing from the premium cigar business to focus on vaping, with a 1.23 billion euro ($1.33 billion) sale of hand-rolled makes including Cohiba and Montecristo which will help it pay down debt.
Tobacco company Imperial Brands said on Monday it would sell its worldwide premium cigar business for 1.23 billion euros ($1.33 billion) to a consortium of individual investors.
Tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> said on Friday it would delay its interim half-year report for fiscal 2020 by two weeks to give auditors more time to prepare and review statements during the coronavirus crisis.
Britain's top share index ended its worst quarter since 1987 on a positive note on Tuesday, as a recovery in oil prices and a surprise expansion in Chinese factory activity stoked modest hopes for an economic recovery.
Cigarette makers Imperial Brands <IMB.L> and British American Tobacco <BATS.L> announced deals on Tuesday for new credit while saying they were not seeing any major hit to business from the coronavirus outbreak.
Cigarette makers Imperial Brands Plc and British American Tobacco announced deals on Tuesday for new credit while saying they were not seeing any major hit to business from the coronavirus outbreak.
London's FTSE 100 handed back earlier gains to record losses on Thursday as a 7.3% fall in tobacco giant Imperial Brands overshadowed a 10% leap in medical products maker Smith+Nephew.
UK shares ended a two-day rally on Wednesday, as tobacco group Imperial Brands slid after sounding a profit warning alarm and the coronavirus epidemic kept investors on edge.
Tobacco group Imperial Brands warned it would not generate any profit growth this year after tighter regulation in the United States, the world's biggest vaping market, sapped demand.
UK shares fell on Wednesday after a previous two-day rally, as tobacco group Imperial Brands slid after sounding a profit warning alarm and the coronavirus epidemic kept investors on edge.
Tobacco group Imperial Brands said on Wednesday it expects full-year adjusted earnings to be slightly lower than last year due to a U.S. regulatory ban on some flavours of cartridge-based vapour devices and weaker consumer demand.
Cigarette maker Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> named Stefan Bomhard, CEO of car dealer Inchcape <INCH.L>, as its new chief executive on Monday to steer the company through challenges in e-cigarettes and vaping and falling consumption of tobacco products.
Tobacco company Imperial Brands on Monday appointed Stefan Bomhard as chief executive officer to replace Alison Cooper, whose departure was announced last October.
M&C Saatchi Plc <SAA.L> said on Tuesday that it named former Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> chief executive officer Gareth Davis as its deputy chairman.
Shares in British American Tobacco and Imperial Brands Plc rose on Friday after the U.S. health regulator exempted menthol and tobacco from a list of popular e-cigarette flavours that it has banned under new guidelines.
Imperial Brands <IMB.L> on Tuesday issued a "cautious" forecast for the year and named a new chairman as the tobacco producer grapples with challenges in e-cigarette products and vaping.
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