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Compass Q3 Group Organic Revenue Down 44%
Compass ABB Bookrunner Says Orders Below GBP10.25 Per Share Risk Missing
BRIEF-Compass Says Intends To Raise Gross Proceeds Of About 2 Bln Stg
Compass Group PLC provides food and support services. The Company's segments include North America, Europe, Rest of World and Central activities. The Europe segment includes Turkey and Russia. The Rest of World segment includes Japan. The Company delivers services in sectors, including business and industry; healthcare and seniors; education; defense, offshore and remote, and sports and leisure. The Company offers its services to customers in the workplace, schools and colleges, hospitals, at leisure and in remote environments. It provides breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and also offers hospitality services. The Company offers a range of support services, including cleaning, building operations and maintenance, business and office services, logistics and transport, outdoor, project management and security. Its foodservice offerings under healthcare and seniors sector include patient feeding, retail food courts, hospitality catering, vending, retail shops and staff restaurants.
Compass House, Guildford Street
Paul Steven Walsh
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Alison R. Yapp
Group General Counsel, Company Secretary
Regional Managing Director, Latin America
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Compass Group <CPG.L> raised 2 billion pounds ($2.5 billion) of new capital on Tuesday at a hefty discount to its market value, seeking to reduce debt as the coronavirus crisis threatens to force a scaling back of the world's largest catering company.
* TO RAISE NEW EQUITY TO REDUCE LEVERAGE, ENHANCE LIQUIDITY AND STRENGTHEN ITS POSITION
The world's largest caterer Compass Group launched a 2 billion pound ($2.44 billion) share offer on Tuesday, seeking to shore up its liquidity as the coronavirus crisis continues to keep many of its food service operations in offices and schools closed.
Compass Group may announce plans to raise more funds on Wednesday as the world's largest caterer seeks to ride out the coronavirus crisis with an eye on potential small acquisitions and growing non-core businesses like cleaning, analysts say.
Compass Group said on Thursday it drew down 600 million pounds ($741.66 million) from the Bank of England's corporate support scheme in March and had cut costs by around 450 million pounds a month as it seeks to ride out the wide-ranging coronavirus lockdown.
* Shares tumble to more than six-year low (Adds shares, background, analyst comment)
The world's biggest catering firm Compass Group warned on Tuesday that its half-yearly operating profits would be lower than expected due to the steps taken in Europe and North America to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
The world's biggest catering firm Compass Group warned on Tuesday that its half-yearly operating profit would be lower-than-expected due to the impact of steps taken by European and North American governments and businesses to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
Britain's Compass Group said on Thursday first-quarter revenue rose on continued strength in its North American operations.
Britain's Compass Group said on Thursday first-quarter revenue rose as new business in North America cushioned the blow of slower demand for its catering services in Europe.
Compass Group on Tuesday warned that hundreds of jobs could be in jeopardy as a part of a program to stem costs, as the weakening economic outlook in Europe dented the catering company's volumes and margins.
Compass Group Plc reported a higher annual underlying operating profit of Tuesday, but said deteriorating business and consumer confidence in Europe has hurt volumes and margins at its unit that provides catering services to companies.
British caterer Compass Group has agreed to buy Nordic rival Fazer Food Services for around 475 million euros ($538 million), the two companies said on Tuesday, giving it a stronger foothold in Scandinavia.
British caterer Compass Group said on Tuesday it signed a deal with family-owned fast-moving consumer goods firm Fazer Group to acquire its catering business Fazer Food Services for an enterprise value of about 475 million euros ($537.61 million).
UK shares rose as risk sentiment picked up after comments from President Donald Trump playing down Washington's trade war with Beijing, while a slew of earnings reports drove major share moves on both main indexes.
Compass Group Plc on Wednesday raised its forecast for full-year organic revenue growth after UK defence contract wins and as performance in its North America business boosted first-half results.
World's biggest catering firm Compass Group Plc on Wednesday reported a 6.6% rise in organic revenue for the first half of the year, boosted by new UK defence contract wins and strong performance in its North America business.
* Shares up more than 4 pct, hit lifetime high (Adds CEO, CFO comments, shares)
Compass Group Plc reported a 6.9 percent rise in organic revenue for the first quarter, driven by new wins including UK defence contracts and a positive sporting events calendar, the world's biggest catering firm said on Thursday.
Proxy voting adviser Pensions & Investment Research Consultants Limited (PIRC) on Tuesday urged Compass Group Plc shareholders to oppose the world's biggest catering firm's remuneration report.
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