gategroup not to pursue listing on SIX Swiss Exchange
ZURICH Glattbrugg, 26 March, 2018
gategroup Holding AG together with its shareholder HNA Group, announced today it will not pursue the Initial Public Offering (IPO) of gategroup Holding AG’s shares on SIX Swiss Exchange due to a gap in valuation under current market conditions.
“We will continue to implement our Gateway 2020 strategy, which has positioned gategroup as the market leader and allowed us to double results over the past two years. We remain committed to continue generating value for our customers and shareholders,” said Xavier Rossinyol, CEO.
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gategroup is the global leader in airline catering, retail-on-board and hospitality products and services. We provide passengers with superior culinary and retail experiences, leveraging our innovation and advanced technology solutions. Headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, we deliver operational excellence through the most extensive catering network in the aviation industry, serving more than 700 million passengers annually from over 200 operating units in 60 countries/territories across all continents. In 2017, gategroup reached CHF 4.6 billion in revenues and approximately 43,000 employees worldwide. For further information, please visit www.gategroup.com
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