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Kurt Geiger posts soaring profits under new ownership

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Profits at upmarket footwear retailer Kurt Geiger doubled in 2015, according to its first financial update since new owners took over eight months ago.

The British chain’s EBITDA for the year to December 31 shot up to £20.4 million, while operating profit soared by 50 per cent to £22.3 million.

Meanwhile, turnover was up 10 per cent year-on-year to £281.6 million.

Private equity group Cinven bought Kurt Geiger in February, making it the retailer’s third change of ownership in four years.

There are more than 70 Kurt Geiger stores in the UK and overseas and over 170 shop-in-shops in department stores globally.

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Published on Wednesday 12 October by Elias Jahshan

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