Saga Group Limited, through its subsidiaries, provides financial and insurance products. The company provides insurance, savings, financial advice, care services, holidays, and publishes Saga Magazine. It offers travel, car, breakdown cover, life, home, caravan, travel, motor home, health, motorbike, mortgage, home emergency, van, accidental death benefit, personal accident, and pet insurance products. The company also offers legal services, such as wills and estate planning, probate, conveyancing, and legal essentials; credit cards, savings accounts, financial planning, share dealing, international payments, and individual savings account mortgage services; and live-in care, visiting care, ...
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SAGA Appoints Atkinson as Group Chief Marketing Officer at the Financial Services Group
Sep 10 15
SAGA appointed Matt Atkinson as group chief marketing officer at the financial services group. He joins from Tesco, where he held the positions of chief digital officer, chief marketing officer, and most recently chief creative officer. Atkinson was also previously global chief executive of marketing services at Havas and has held managing director roles at Omnicom and Saatchi & Saatchi.
Saga Reports Group and Parent Earnings Results for the Six Months Ended July 31, 2014
Sep 30 14
Saga reported group and parent earnings results for the six months ended July 31, 2014. For the period, on company basis, the company's pre-tax profit at the company dropped by £60 million. The company reported a 15.2% increase in operating profit to £110 million against £95.5 million a year ago.
Group profit before tax on a like-for-like basis increased 14.9% to £106.5 million against £92.7 million a year ago. Group trading Ebitda also increased, by 9.7%, to £130.4 million from £118.9 million for the same period in 2013.
Saga Plans Listing
Apr 23 14
Saga Limited is planning a listing valuing it about $5.1 billion, two sources familiar with the matter said. Saga expects to at least £750 million assuming the London Stock Exchange's minimum free float of 25% and the company will announce its intention to float next week, sources said. Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs will lead the deal, with Credit Suisse and Citi will be jint bookrunners, one of the sources said. "We are preparing ourselves for a potential IPO," said Paul Green, Director of communication.