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C Poulter

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  • Comment on: Insiders fear for Beales’ future

    C Poulter's comment 22 January 2020 12:51 pm

    Andrew Perloff / Panther securities own 14 of the freeholds (mainly the smaller market towns sites) The rent on these are around £800k per annum (panther securities accounts) , I would of thought he would be quite keen on keeping these occupied in some form as otherwise he would be paying the rates anyway? how about a 100% concession model ?

  • Comment on: 'A lot of work to do' at stricken Bonmarché, say insiders

    C Poulter's comment 22 October 2019 5:53 pm

    I asked at the last AGM (while still listed) about the store strategy the management at that time where still maintaining all stores were profitable and leases were flexible. A real shame and completely avoidable two years ago they had £10 million in the bank !

  • Comment on: Four forces redefining the high street

    C Poulter's comment 29 August 2019 10:50 am

    Let’s not forget Philip day bought JV brands and very opportunistic takeover of Bon Marche ! in selby (small town in Yorkshire) he has a EWM , peacocks and Bon Marche the only other chain store is a small new look bordering on a monopoly !

  • Comment on: Fears mount for Bonmarché

    C Poulter's comment 2 July 2019 2:47 pm

    Paul Mumford , of Cavendish asset management describes management in one word "incompetent" pretty well sums it up.

  • Comment on: Bonmarché directors reject Philip Day takeover bid

    C Poulter's comment 8 May 2019 7:56 am

    Philips Day’s offer is very opportunistic, BM have made some mistakes on product and operationally over the last year but these can be easily remedied, Basically a good business.

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