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Arcland Sakamoto Announces Tender Offer For Shares Of Lixil Viva
Lixil Group Corp - To Sell Entire Stake In Lixil Viva
Lixil Group Plans To Sell Its Majority Stake In An Operator Of Home Improvement Stores To A Domestic Peer - Nikkei
LIXIL Group Corp is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in water technology business, housing technology business, building technology business, distribution and retail business, housing and service business. The Company operates in five business segments. The Water Technology segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of sanitary equipment, faucet fittings, bathrooms, system kitchens. The Housing Technology segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of sashes, doors, shutters, interior building materials. The Building Technology segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of curtain walls. The Distribution and Retail segment is engaged in the sale of household goods, DIY products, building materials. The Housing and Service segment is engaged in the provision of housing solutions, the sale and management of real estate, as well as the operation of condominiums with nursing care.
Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures
LIXIL WING Bldg., 2-1-1, Ojima
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Executive President, Representative Executive Officer, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer of Subsidiary, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Representative Executive Officer, President of Subsidiary, Director
Chief Legal & Compliance Officer, Senior Managing Executive Officer
Hwa Jin Song Montesano
Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief People Officer, Director
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Japanese luxury toilet maker Lixil Group Corp <5938.T> said it is selling its stake in household goods retailer Lixil Viva <3564.T> as it continues to streamline its operations following a high-profile boardroom drama last year.
Lixil Group said on Tuesday it would discuss the possible sale of its stake in Lixil Viva at a board meeting on the same day, in a deal the Nikkei business daily reported could reach around 100 billion yen ($923 million).
* Focus should now be on profitability - Jefferies (Recasts, adds CEO quotes)
Shareholders of Japan's Lixil Group on Tuesday voted to re-elect a former chief executive to the board of the toilet maker, two shareholders said, after his ouster last year sparked a high-profile governance crisis.
A group of investors in Japanese toilet maker Lixil Group said on Thursday they had withdrawn a request for an extraordinary shareholders meeting, after two top managers bowed to pressure and decided to resign.
A group of investors in Japanese luxury toilet maker Lixil Group said on Friday the resignation of two board members, including the chief executive, had not removed their concerns about corporate governance at the company.
* Shareholders have long complained about rights in Japan Inc
A simmering boardroom battle at toilet maker Lixil Group has emerged as a test case for whether minority shareholders can improve corporate governance in Japan, the man at the center of the tussle told Reuters.
Japanese toilet maker Lixil Group's CEO is to resign next month, marking a rare victory for activist minority shareholders who had demanded that he step down.
Four investment firms on Wednesday called for the ouster of top management at Japanese housing products maker LIXIL Group, citing concerns about corporate governance and marking a particularly vocal stand by minority shareholders.
LIXIL Group Corp on Monday denied a report it had considered delisting from Japan through a management buyout (MBO) and moving its headquarters to Singapore, but investors welcomed the report anyway, sending the stock up 7 percent.
Japan's Lixil Group Corp is looking to delist its shares from Japan through a management buyout (MBO) and move its headquarters to Singapore, Nikkei Business reported on Monday, without citing sources.
* TO SELL 100 PERCENT OF SHARES OF PERMASTEELISA HELD BY CO'S UNIT TO GRANDLAND HOLDINGS GROUP LTD; BASE SALE PRICE IS EURO 467 MILLION Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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