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Thomas Cook Group plc (TCG.L)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Co-op Group to exit from travel JV with Thomas Cook Group
Tuesday, 6 Dec 2016 02:03am EST 

Co-operative Group Ltd <42TE.L> : Exit from travel joint venture . Has served notice to exit joint venture that was set up with Thomas Cook Group in 2011 . Under agreement co-op will receive 50 mln stg plus interest in return for its shares in joint venture by Nov. 30, 2017 . A payment schedule has also been agreed for guaranteed minimum dividend of 31.9 mln stg, with 20 mln stg due on Jan. 3, 2017 and remainder on April 3, 2017 .Interest will be payable on both instalments.  Full Article

Electra Private Equity appoints Gavin Manson as CFO
Friday, 22 Jul 2016 02:00am EDT 

Electra Private Equity Plc : Appointment of chief financial officer . Gavin Manson has been appointed to new role of chief financial officer with effect from Aug. 8 2016 .Manson is currently finance director for Thomas Cook Group's tour operations and hotels and resorts division.  Full Article

Guangchang's stake in Thomas Cook crosses 7 pct - filing
Friday, 3 Jun 2016 10:12am EDT 

Thomas Cook Group Plc :Guo Guangchang's stake in Thomas Cook Group Plc crosses 7 pct - regulatory filing.  Full Article

Thomas Cook announces bond buy back program
Thursday, 19 May 2016 08:56am EDT 

Thomas Cook Group Plc : Authorised bond buy back programme to be managed by merrill lynch, dnb markets, and lloyds bank .To purchase notes in an aggregate principal amount up to £100 million from merrill lynch international and lloyds bank plc.  Full Article

Travel barriers after Brexit risk a return to "medieval age" -Thomas Cook CEO

LONDON, June 28 The travel industry risks going back to the "medieval age" if its demands are not met when Britain leaves the European Union, tour operator Thomas Cook's chief executive said on Wednesday.