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Lookers Sees FY Underlying Profit Before Tax Of About £20 Mln
Guernsey Investments Ltd Discloses 10.03% Stake In Lookers As Of Aug 27 Vs Prior Stake Of 9.38% - Filing
Lookers Says Non-Exec Director Tony Bramall Bought 50,000 Shares At Avg Price Of 49P/Share
Lookers plc operates as a motor retail and aftersales company in the United Kingdom. The Company operates through two business segments: motor distribution and parts distribution. The motor division consists of over 150 franchised dealerships representing over 30 marques from approximately 100 locations. Aftersales represents the servicing, repair and sale of franchised parts to customers' vehicles. Its parts division operates in the independent aftermarket sector of the United Kingdom's motor retail market, where it operates through three operating companies: FPS, Apec Braking and BTN Turbo. FPS is a warehouse distributor of automotive parts. Apec Braking is a provider of dry braking (pads and discs). BTN Turbo is a distributor of turbochargers and supplier of related value added services. Its operations are also carried out across Ireland. It sells approximately 180,000 new and used cars and vans per year. In addition, it has an independent parts distribution business.
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Phil M. White
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Andrew C. Bruce
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Mark Douglas Raban
Chief Financial Officer
Nigel J. McMinn
Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director
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Car dealership Lookers Plc <LOOK.L> on Wednesday posted a steep drop in first-half profit and said it sees higher costs over the next several years, as it carves out a plan to fix some issues it found in its sales practices.
Car dealership chain Lookers Plc on Wednesday said it would make a one-time cash investment of about 10 million pounds ($12.06 million) over 2019 and 2020 to fix some issues it had identified in its sales practices last year.
British car dealership Lookers <LOOK.L> warned on full-year profit on Friday, saying trading was increasingly challenging and prompting a 30% fall it its already weak shares.
Car dealership chain Lookers Plc said on Friday it anticipates full-year underlying pretax profit below its expectations as it battled weaker car demand in Britain in June and margin pressures.
Car dealership chain Lookers Plc <LOOK.L> said on Friday Chief Financial Officer Robin Gregson would step down after 10 years in the role and be replaced by retail veteran and former finance chief of Marshall Motor Holdings Plc <MMHM.L> Mark Raban.
Car dealership chain Lookers Plc said on Friday Chief Financial Officer Robin Gregson would step down after 10 years in the role and be replaced by former finance chief of Marshall Motor Holdings Plc Mark Raban.
Shares in Lookers Plc slid to their lowest in over seven years on Tuesday after the car dealership said Britain's financial watchdog is investigating its sales processes over the last three years.
Lookers Plc said on Tuesday that the UK's Financial Conduct Authority is investigating the British car dealership chain's sales processes, sending the company's stock over 20% lower.
** Shares in British car dealership chain Lookers Plc up about 1%
British car dealership chain Lookers Plc on Wednesday reported a 1.6 percent fall in full-year adjusted pretax profit, hit by slowing sales of new cars and higher costs.
British car dealership chain Lookers Plc on Wednesday reported a 1.6 percent fall in full-year adjusted pretax profit, hurt by lower sales of new cars in the UK and higher costs.
Lookers Plc <LOOK.L>, Britain's largest car dealer, reported a 2.7 percent rise in annual profit on Wednesday despite the overall new car market shrinking for the first time since 2011.
British car dealer Lookers Plc reported a 2.7 percent rise in 2017 profit, with growth seen across all its businesses particularly its used car segment.
* WILL COMMENCE TO PURCHASE ORDINARY SHARES OF 5 PENCE EACH IN COMPANY FOR AGGREGATE PURCHASE OF UP TO £10 MILLION
* FY TOTAL NEW CAR TURNOVER UP 12% AND 3% ON A LIKE-FOR-LIKE BASIS DESPITE A REDUCTION IN OVERALL MARKET VOLUMES
Major carmakers are reducing their sales targets in Britain by around 10 percent amid weakening demand, dealership chain Lookers <LOOK.L> said on Thursday.
* industry forecasts by society of motor manufacturers & traders (smmt) for full year are now at 2.57m, a reduction of 4.7% compared to last year, although this remains historically a very high level of registrations.
The chief executive of one of Britain's biggest car dealership chains Lookers <LOOK.L> told Reuters on Wednesday he now expects the British new car market to shrink by 3 percent this year, downgrading his outlook due to Brexit and political uncertainty.
One of Britain's biggest car dealership chains Lookers said it still expected new car sales to be at a "historically high level" this year despite four consecutive months of drops.
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