Anya Hindmarch accelerates development thanks to capital increase by Qatari shareholder
Anya Hindmarch accelerates its international development with a focus on Japan, thanks to its shareholder, Qatar based Mayhoola, who also owns Valentino and Pal Zileri.
Anya Hindmarch entered into an increase of capital of 24 million pounds (30 million euros) to take control of the distribution of the Japanese market, which today represents 35% of the turnover of the brand. Until now, for Anya Hindmarch, the Japanese market distribution used to be operated through several franchises.
Mayhoola acquired a 38% stake in Anya Hindmarch for 27 million pounds with an assessment of the turnover of the brand to 70 million pounds (88 million euros). The brand in 2013 had a turnover of 24.1 million pounds (30.5 million euros).