Duty-free worries as Ronson's flame dims
Friday 15 May 1998
The company said losses for the year to December 1997 would now be in the region of pounds 11.5m compared with previous estimates of around pounds 7m. The shares lost a further 18 per cent of their value to close 1.75p lower at 5.75p. They stood at 65.75p three years ago.
Victor Kiam was in London yesterday for the board meeting. It is understood that he is still supportive of the company.
Charles Stanley, the company's broker, is helping arrange a pounds 6m re-financing.
"A detailed announcement in relation to the progress of the fund raising will be made along with the preliminary announcement in the near future," the company said.
Yesterday's warning is the second in four months.
In March Victor Kiam, acquired 10 per cent of Ronson and became part- time chairman. He is expected to subscribe to the rights issue being organised by 17 per cent shareholder Albion consortium fund.
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