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Imperial Brands Says CEO Alison Cooper To Step Down
Imperial Brands Says NGP EBIT At FY Exit Not Reaching Breakeven
Imperial Brands Now Sees FY Net Rev To Grow About 2%, EPS Flat At Constant Currency
Imperial Brands PLC, formerly Imperial Tobacco Group PLC, is a fast-moving consumer goods company. The Company offers a range of cigarettes, fine cut and smokeless tobaccos, papers and cigars. The Company's segments include Growth Markets, USA, Returns Markets North, Returns Markets South and Logistics. The Growth Markets segment includes Iraq, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan, and also includes Premium Cigar and Fontem Ventures. The Returns Markets North segment includes Australia, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland and the United Kingdom. The Returns Markets South segment includes France, Spain and its African markets, including Algeria, Ivory Coast and Morocco. Its businesses include Tobacco and Logistics. The Tobacco business comprises the manufacture, marketing and sale of tobacco and tobacco-related products. The Logistics business comprises the distribution of tobacco products for tobacco product manufacturers.
121 Winterstoke Road
Mark David Williamson
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Alison J. Cooper
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Matthew R. Phillips
Executive Director, Chief Development Officer
John Matthew Downing
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Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> Chief Executive Officer Alison Cooper will step down once a replacement is found, a move that comes as the cigarette maker grapples with a regulatory backlash against e-cigarettes and declining tobacco sales.
Tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc said chief executive officer Alison Cooper would step down from her role once a replacement is found.
Imperial Brands <IMB.L> expects full-year profit and revenue to take a hit from a regulatory crackdown on vaping in the United States, kicking its shares 11% down on Thursday in the latest fallout for tobacco firms from the U.S. health crisis.
European shares edged higher on Thursday, after positive comments from China on trade with the United States soothed investor sentiment, while a drop in shares tobacco companies following a profit warning from Imperial Brands kept gains in check.
London's FTSE 100 fell for the fifth straight session on Thursday as profit warnings from tobacco firm Imperial Brands, British Airways owner IAG and education company Pearson weighed down the blue-chip index.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc on Thursday said it now expects full-year profit to be flat compared to last year in the face of a regulatory backlash against vaping in the United States that could reshape the industry.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc <IMB.L> will drop its 10% dividend growth target from next year to focus on developing its e-cigarette portfolio and plans to buy back shares worth up to 200 million pounds ($251 million) (200.29 million pounds).
** Shares of British tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc climb 2.3% to 2005.5p; top pct gainer on the FTSE 100
London's FTSE 100 inched lower on Monday as markets remained subdued on dampened hopes of a hefty rate cut by the U.S. central bank, while IAG slipped after a British regulator signalled it could fine the airline for a 2018 data theft.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc on Monday announced plans to buy back shares worth up to 200 million pounds ($251 million) and said it would revise its dividend policy from the next year.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands Plc said on Wednesday U.S. industry volumes fell 6.4% in the four weeks to May 18, smaller than the 11.2 percent decline that research firm Nielsen's data showed on Monday.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands reported weaker-than-expected sales of its e-cigarettes on Wednesday, citing a temporary slowdown in the United States, helping to send its shares to their lowest level this year.
British tobacco company Imperial Brands reported higher half-year sales on Wednesday, helped by growth in its e-cigarettes business.
British tobacco group Imperial Brands said it would sell its global premium cigar business as part of plans to divest assets worth 2 billion pounds ($2.61 billion) by May 2020 to cut debt and invest in vaping products and other growth areas.
Imperial Brands Plc said on Tuesday the British tobacco group plans to sell its global premium cigar business as a part of its divestment plan to cut debt and reinvest the money to further growth.
** British tobacco stocks Imperial Brands shares up 1.9 pct, BAT up 1.4 pct after Citi upgrades stocks to "buy"
** Imperial Brands shares up 2.7 pct; BAT up 2.2 pct - top gainers on UK bluechip index
** Imperial Brands shares down as much as 1.6 percent at 2,532 pence in early London trading
Imperial Brands Plc said on Wednesday it expected annual net revenue growth to be at or above the upper-end of its forecast range while flagging ongoing uncertainty over U.S. regulation of e-cigarettes.
British tobacco group Imperial Brands Plc said on Wednesday it expects full-year net revenue growth to be at or above the upper-end of its 1 percent to 4 percent range.
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