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Safilo Group SpA (SFLG.MI)

SFLG.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

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18 Jun 2018
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Tue, Feb 27 2018

Safilo to book goodwill impairment of 190-200 mln euros in 2017 results

MILAN, Feb 27 Italian eyewear group Safilo said on Tuesday it would ask its board at a March 13 meeting to approve booking a goodwill impairment of between 190-200 million euros into last year's accounts.

Italy's Safilo to appoint Unilever executive to replace Delgado as CEO

Feb 16 Italian eyewear group Safilo said on Friday its Chief Executive Officer Luisa Delgado would retire from the company at the end of this month for personal reasons.

BRIEF-Angelo Trocchia To Join Safilo As Manager, To Become CEO In Later Appointment

* ANGELO TROCCHIA TO JOIN SAFILO AS MANAGER AS OF APRIL 1 TO BECOME CEO IN LATER APPOINTMENT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

BRIEF-Safilo Group CEO Luisa Delgado Resigns, Effective As Of Feb. 28

* BOARD AND DELGADO HAVE MUTUALLY AGREED TO TERMINATE THE CONTRACTUAL RELATIONSHIP

RPT-UPDATE 1-Italy's Safilo sees 2017 adj EBITDA halving after Q4 sales drop 17 pct

Jan 29 Italian eyewear group Safilo said its 2017 adjusted core profit was set to halve from a year earlier after fourth-quarter sales dropped more than expected as the loss of its Gucci licence continued to bite.

UPDATE 1-Italy's Safilo sees 2017 adj EBITDA halving after Q4 sales drop 17 pct

Jan 29 Italian eyewear group Safilo said its 2017 adjusted core profit was set to halve from a year earlier after fourth-quarter sales dropped more than expected as the loss of its Gucci licence continued to bite.

Safilo sees 2017 adj EBITDA halving after Q4 sales drop 17 pct

Jan 29 Italian eyewear group Safilo said its 2017 adjusted core profit was set to halve from a year earlier after fourth-quarter sales dropped more than expected as the loss of its license for the Gucci brand continued to bite.

Biggest investor in Italy's Safilo has no intention to change its stake

MILAN, Jan 29 HAL Holding has no intention at present of changing its shareholding in Italian eyewear maker Safilo, in which it is the largest investor, a Safilo spokeswoman said on Monday in response to media reports.

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