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Aryzta Signs Brazil Disposal Agreement And New Revolving Credit Facility
Aryzta Appoints Martin Huber As CFO
Aryzta Q3 Revenue Down At EUR 621.9 Million
Aryzta AG is a Switzerland-based company engaged in food business. It is primarily focused on specialty baking. The Company’s products include Artisan Breads, Sweet Baked Goods and Morning Goods, as well as an array of other Savoury Items, Such As Pizza, Tarts and Pies. It operates through four segments, including Food Europe, Food North America, Food Rest of World and Origin. Food Europe segment includes the specialty bakery market in Switzerland, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Spain, Sweden, Poland and Denmark. Food North America segment includes the specialty bakery market in the United States and Canada. Food Rest of World segment consists of businesses in Australia, Asia, New Zealand and South America. Origin segment is a agri-services group focused on integrated agronomy and agri-inputs in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Poland and Ukraine. The Company’s customer channels consist of a mix of retail, convenience and independent retail, Quick Serve Restaurants.
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Jonathan Frederick Solesbury
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Elliott Capital Advisors' offer to buy Aryzta has lapsed after the Swiss-Irish baked goods maker rejected its approach, the U.S. financial investor said on Tuesday.
Shareholders of baking goods maker Aryzta have elected a chairman who has previously spoken out against a takeover, after a deadline on an 800 million Swiss franc ($902.53 million) approach from Elliott Advisors expired last week.
Elliott Advisors is trying to raid the cookie jar. The U.S. hedge fund, led by billionaire Paul Singer, is planning a 793 million Swiss franc (733 million euros) bid for debt-laden baker Aryzta, maker of Otis Spunkmeyer biscuits. Yet with the pandemic easing, the Swiss group...
Swiss-Irish bakery firm Aryzta said on Tuesday that Elliott Capitol Advisors had amended its potential takeover offer for an indicative price of 0.80 Swiss francs per share.
Private equity firm Elliott Capital Advisors said on Monday it made a non-binding proposal to Aryzta's board of directors on Nov. 18 to acquire all outstanding shares of the Swiss frozen baked goods maker, but Aryzta said discussions with the hedge fund had been concluded...
Swiss frozen baked goods maker Aryzta AG said on Thursday it is in advanced talks with private equity firm Elliott Advisors (UK) about a potential public tender offer for all the outstanding shares of Aryzta.
U.S. hedge fund Elliott Management Corp is exploring a bid for Switzerland-based baking company Aryzta AG <ARYN.S>, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The man proposed by activist shareholders to become chairman of Swiss baked goods group Aryzta would sell non-core assets and simplify the company, he told a Swiss newspaper.
Activist shareholders in Swiss frozen baked goods maker Aryzta on Thursday rejected the company's proposal to appoint Andreas Schmid as chairman, sending its shares down sharply.
Baked goods group Aryzta <ARYN.S> has delayed its proposed extraordinary shareholders meeting after receiving unsolicited takeover approaches by investors, it said on Monday.
* EXPECTS THAT ARYZTA BOARD INVITES TO EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING WITHOUT FURTHER DELAY
* HAS SEEN STEADY IMPROVEMENT IN REVENUE TREND OF BUSINESS, CURRENTLY TRACKING TO NEGATIVE ORGANIC REVENUE EVOLUTION OF C.(23)% FOR MONTH TO DATE IN JUNE, VERSUS (36)% IN MAY AND (49)% IN APRIL
Swiss-Irish baked goods company Aryzta <ARYN.S> said on Tuesday market conditions and prospects deteriorated sharply since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to a steep decline in April revenue.
* Q3 REVENUE IMPACTED BY COVID-19; EFFECTIVE ACTIONS TAKEN TO MITIGATE CHALLENGING MARKET CONDITIONS
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY, IN APRIL APPOINTED ROTHSCHILD & CO TO UNDER-TAKE A REVIEW OF ALL STRATEGIC, FINANCIAL OPTIONS TO MAXIMISE VALUE FOR BENEFIT OF STAKEHOLDERS
Swiss-Irish baked goods company Aryzta AG should make changes to help boost its share price, activist investors Veraison and Cobas Asset Management said on Wednesday, as they announced a tie-up that encompasses 17.3% of shares.
* CONSENT RECEIVED FROM LENDERS FOR A PRECAUTIONARY AMENDMENT OF FINANCIAL COVENANTS
* COVID-19 WILL HAVE A MATERIAL IMPACT ON GROUP PERFORMANCE IN FY20 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
* H1 GROUP ORGANIC REVENUE DECLINED (2.5)%; TOTAL REVENUE DECLINED (3.2)% TO €1,656M
* ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OF THE SALE OF THE MAJORITY OF ITS PICARD STAKE
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