SABMiller PLC (SAB.L)
31 Jul 2015
* Successfully priced a bond issue under its a$3,000,000,000 guaranteed medium term note programme which was established on 21 July 2015
SYDNEY, July 30 (IFR) - SABMiller, a London-based multinational brewing and beverage company, has announced an offering of Australian dollar five-year medium-term notes via joint lead managers ANZ and Westpac.
* Confirms that its Chairman, John Manser, has retired from board.
LONDON, July 23 - Brewer SABMiller reported a rise in quarterly sales, helped by higher demand for beverages in Latin America and Africa, which were partly offset by declines in Europe.
HARARE, July 16 - SABMiller's Zimbabwean unit Delta Corp. said on Thursday its quarterly lager sales were down 8 percent compared with the same period a year ago, while sorghum beer volumes declined for the first time in five years.
LONDON, July 8 - SABMiller, brewer of Miller Lite, Peroni and Grolsch, on Wednesday named Domenic De Lorenzo as chief financial officer with effect from July 23, appointing him permanently to the role he has been doing in an acting capacity since February.
HARARE, July 2 - The market capitalisation for Zimbabwe's Stock Exchange (ZSE) fell 11 percent to $4 billion in the first half of this year as foreign investors sold shares and the economy stagnated, data from the bourse showed on Thursday.
LONDON - SABMiller is buying Britain's Meantime Brewing Company, swallowing up one of the pioneers of the country's craft brewing movement to give the owner of big brands such as Peroni and Grolsch exposure to a fast-growing part of the drinks market.
LONDON, May 15 - SABMiller is buying Britain's Meantime Brewing Company, swallowing up one of the pioneers of the country's craft brewing movement to give the owner of big brands such as Peroni and Grolsch exposure to a fast-growing part of the drinks market.
LONDON, May 15 - SABMiller said it would acquire British craft beer firm Meantime Brewing Company, giving the maker of big name brands such as Peroni and Grolsh, exposure to the fastest-growing part of the British beer market.