Shareholder Boohoo to Oppose Revolution Magnificence CEO Reappointment

Revolution Magnificence Group shareholder Boohoo stated on Monday it intends to vote towards the reappointment of CEO Bob Holt on the firm, which is at the moment reviewing its working capital and aiming to revive buying and selling in its shares.

Revolution Magnificence shares tanked in August final 12 months and have been suspended from buying and selling on Sept. 1 after its auditors raised considerations in relation to its monetary accounts and the corporate did not publish its 2022 annual outcomes.

In late September British on-line vogue retailer Boohoo disclosed it held a stake in Revolution Magnificence whereas the corporate struggled to resolve its accounting points and launched an impartial investigation into considerations that had emerged through the audit.

Weeks later, then govt chairman Tom Allsworth stepped away from day after day enterprise and ultimately resigned, though the corporate stated Allsworth stepping away was not related to the investigation.

Holt was appointed interim chief working officer on the time and on Nov. 28 he was named as CEO.

Boohoo, which holds a couple of 26.6 % stake in Revolution, on Monday stated it has sought a basic assembly the place it intends to suggest the appointment of non-executive director Alistair McGeorge as Revolution Magnificence’s director.

It stated if appointed, McGeorge would function interim govt chairman of Revolution Magnificence.

The corporate, which printed its delayed annual leads to Could, printed outcomes for the primary half of 2023 this month.

It stated it was working with advisers Zeus Capital to revive buying and selling in its shares within the close to time period, however didn’t present a timeline.

By Chandini Monnapppa, Radhika Anilkumar and Sinchita Mitra; Editor: Jason Neely

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