Restaurant Brands is a corporate franchisee that manages a range of food retail chain restaurants across New Zealand, Australia and the USA. If you’re a Kiwi investor and you want to buy Restaurant Brands shares (RBD) on the NZX, keep reading for step-by-step instructions.
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Restaurant Brands New Zealand Ltd manages a host of food retail chains in New Zealand and further afield, including several well-known brands. Established in 1997 to acquire the New Zealand operations of KFC and Pizza Hut, Restaurant Brands started out with 122 stores.
Today, it manages 350 stores for brands like KFC New Zealand, KFC Australia, KFC California, Taco Bell Hawaii, Taco Bell New Zealand, Taco Bell Australia, and Pizza Hut New Zealand. The company is based in Auckland and employs more than 12,000 staff around the world.
Restaurant Brands New Zealand is listed on both the NZX and ASX, and is included in the NZX50 index.
In its annual report for the year ended 31 December 2020, Restaurant Brands New Zealand announced the following financial results:
|Name||Restaurant Brands New Zealand Limited||Industry||Restaurants Business|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||04 Jun 1997|
|End of financial year||December||Chief executive officer||Russel Creedy|
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