Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited is a New Zealand-based company that operates men’s and women’s retail clothing chains in New Zealand and Australia. Shares in the company (HLG) are listed on the NZX — keep reading for simple instructions on how to buy HLG shares.
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Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited is a holding company that was formed as a result of the 1985 merger of the Hallensteins and Glassons retail chains. It owns and operates the retail stores for men’s fashion retailer Hallenstein Brothers and women’s fashion retailer Glassons.
The company has over 110 retail stores throughout Australia and New Zealand, plus a digital presence that accounts for almost 24% of group sales as of 1 February 2021. Hallenstein Glasson is headquartered in Auckland.
In its 2021 interim report, Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited released its financial results for the six months ended 1 February 2021. Key figures included:
|Name||Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Limited||Industry||Apparel Retail|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||01 Oct 1947|
|End of financial year||August||Chief executive officer||Stuart Duncan|
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