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De La Rue PLC (DLAR.L)

DLAR.L on London Stock Exchange

137.40GBp
24 Jan 2020
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Fri, Jan 24 2020

Banknote printer De La Rue CFO Willis steps down in less than two years

De La Rue Plc said on Friday Chief Financial Officer Helen Willis will step down immediately, less than two years after she took over the role at the London-listed banknote printer and passport maker.

UPDATE 1-Banknote printer De La Rue CFO Willis steps down in less than 2 years

Jan 24 De La Rue Plc said on Friday Chief Financial Officer Helen Willis will step down immediately, less than two years after she took over the role at the London-listed banknote printer and passport maker.

Banknote printer De La Rue CFO Willis steps down

Jan 24 Banknote printer and passport maker De La Rue Plc said on Friday Chief Financial Officer Helen Willis would step down immediately and the search for a successor had begun.

UPDATE 1-Activist Crystal Amber bets on Britain's De La Rue

Dec 3 Activist fund Crystal Amber more than doubled its stake in De La Rue Plc, days after the banknote printer warned of "significant doubt" that it can continue as a going concern and said it would scrap its dividend to tackle mounting debt.

Activist Crystal Amber doubles stake in Britain's De La Rue

Dec 3 Activist fund Crystal Amber more than doubled its stake in De La Rue Plc, days after the banknote and printer warned of "significant doubt" that it can continue as a going concern and said it would scrap its dividend to tackle mounting debt.

De La Rue warns on its future, scraps dividend to tackle debt

Banknote printer De La Rue warned on Tuesday of "significant doubt" that it can continue as a going concern and said it would scrap its dividend to tackle mounting debt, sending its shares to their lowest in two decades.

From Libya to China, banknote printer De La Rue's 200-year history

British banknote printer De La Rue, whose roots stretch back nearly 200 years, on Tuesday warned its future was in doubt, wiping almost a quarter off the company's value.

UPDATE 4-De La Rue warns on its future, scraps dividend to tackle debt

* Firm raises doubt over ability to continue as going concern

Activist Crystal Amber to buy more De La Rue shares

Nov 26 De La Rue's second-biggest shareholder, activist fund Crystal Amber, said on Tuesday it was "not alarmed" by the company's weak first-half results and would buy more shares of the British banknotes and passport printer.

TIMELINE-From Libya to China, banknote printer De La Rue's 200-year history

Nov 26 British banknote printer De La Rue , whose roots stretch back nearly 200 years, on Tuesday warned its future was in doubt, wiping almost a quarter off the company's value.

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