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Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain Empty Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain

Wed Aug 13, 2014 7:46 am
Business leader Dhammika Perera’s Vallibel One Plc has exited from the apparel business with a capital gain of Rs. 138 million.

The company said it divested the total shareholding in Orit Apparels Lanka Ltd., amounting to a 50% stake. The shares were divested at Rs. 40.27 or $ 0.3098 per share. The price is equal to Orit’s net asset per share. The sale had realised a net capital gain of Rs. 138 million.

The buyer was Orit Chairman Channa Palansuriya who held the balance 50%.

The premier denim specialist manufacturer in Sri Lanka, Orit Apparels, produces over 8.5 million pieces annually, exporting to some of the most prestigious brands around the world. Orit is one of the three key product development centers for Levi’s.

Eight plants manned by a team of over 6,000 produce specialised apparel for Levi’s USA, Levi’s Europe, Gloria Vanderbilt, Kohls, Sears, Macy’s, Next, Ralph Lauren, Jessica Simpson, Kenneth Cole, Bon Ton and Rachel Roy.

Orit Apparels in FY14 posted a turnover of Rs. 9.78 billion whilst it suffered a loss of Rs. 134 million.

Vallibel One in FY14 posted an after tax profit of Rs. 3.06 billion, down by 1.2% over the previous year. Net profit attributable to equity holders was Rs. 1.57 billion, down by 27% from FY13. Group turnover grew by 46% to Rs. 48.33 billion.

Vallibel One holds 64.3% of LB Finance Plc, 51% in Royal Ceramics Plc., 15% in Sampath Bank Plc., 20% in Waskaduwa Beach Resorts Plc, 62% in Delmege Ltd., and 100% in Greener Water Ltd.

http://www.ft.lk/2014/08/13/vallibel-one-exits-apparel-biz-with-rs-138-m-capital-gain/
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Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain Empty Re: Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain

Wed Aug 13, 2014 8:34 am
This is a company which I dont understand. I purchased and sold its shares. I rarely sell shares if the value does not appreciated more than 100%. I can remember Mr Dammika Perera has predicted 100% gain for the share in an interview given to a business magazine. But later Mr Nimal Perera sold as much as he can and made the price to remain stagnant. It paid a dividend last year and that was not subject to withholding tax. Later I heard about Vtwo stories. The only thing about the company is high net asset value...Anyway I lost faith in this company as I dont understand what they really do.
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Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:03 am
yellow knife wrote:This is a company which I dont understand. I purchased and sold its shares. I rarely sell shares if the value does not appreciated more than 100%. I can remember Mr Dammika Perera has predicted 100% gain for the share in an interview given to a business magazine. But later Mr Nimal Perera sold as much as he can and made the price to remain stagnant. It paid a dividend last year and that was not subject to withholding tax. Later I heard about Vtwo stories. The only thing about the company is high net asset value...Anyway I lost faith in this company as I dont understand what they really do.

NP is a trader, he sells shares whenever he can earn profit eventhough he is the owner/director of the company.
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Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain Empty Re: Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain

Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:08 am
Econ, hardly see you here. Are you active somewhere else?


econ wrote:
yellow knife wrote:This is a company which I dont understand. I purchased and sold its shares. I rarely sell shares if the value does not appreciated more than 100%. I can remember Mr Dammika Perera has predicted 100% gain for the share in an interview given to a business magazine. But later Mr Nimal Perera sold as much as he can and made the price to remain stagnant. It paid a dividend last year and that was not subject to withholding tax. Later I heard about Vtwo stories. The only thing about the company is high net asset value...Anyway I lost faith in this company as I dont understand what they really do.

NP is a trader, he sells shares whenever he can earn profit eventhough he is the owner/director of the company.
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Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain Empty Re: Vallibel One exits apparel biz with Rs. 138 m capital gain

Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:20 am
slstock wrote:Econ, hardly see you here.  Are you active somewhere else?


econ wrote:
yellow knife wrote:This is a company which I dont understand. I purchased and sold its shares. I rarely sell shares if the value does not appreciated more than 100%. I can remember Mr Dammika Perera has predicted 100% gain for the share in an interview given to a business magazine. But later Mr Nimal Perera sold as much as he can and made the price to remain stagnant. It paid a dividend last year and that was not subject to withholding tax. Later I heard about Vtwo stories. The only thing about the company is high net asset value...Anyway I lost faith in this company as I dont understand what they really do.

NP is a trader, he sells shares whenever he can earn profit eventhough he is the owner/director of the company.

No I am not active anywhere having busy schedule these days.
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Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:23 am
I once saw "econ" writing at the other forum.  Presume that was you?
Well haven;t seen you active for many year like  in 2011/2012. I presume you were in market and didn't miss opportunities.




econ wrote:
slstock wrote:Econ, hardly see you here.  Are you active somewhere else?


econ wrote:
yellow knife wrote:This is a company which I dont understand. I purchased and sold its shares. I rarely sell shares if the value does not appreciated more than 100%. I can remember Mr Dammika Perera has predicted 100% gain for the share in an interview given to a business magazine. But later Mr Nimal Perera sold as much as he can and made the price to remain stagnant. It paid a dividend last year and that was not subject to withholding tax. Later I heard about Vtwo stories. The only thing about the company is high net asset value...Anyway I lost faith in this company as I dont understand what they really do.

NP is a trader, he sells shares whenever he can earn profit eventhough he is the owner/director of the company.

No I am not active anywhere having busy schedule these days.
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