September 20, 2017 4:42 AM ET

Specialty Retail

Company Overview of Brantano N.V.

Company Overview

Brantano N.V. retails foot wears for men, women, and children through retail stores and outlets. It offers ladies’, men’s, children’s, and sports shoes, and accessories. The company also provides shoes, sports apparel, handbags, wallets, umbrellas, belts, jewelry, suitcases, socks, shoe care items, and maintenance products. It sells its products under Shoe Connection, Emilio Luca X, Caravelle, Mono Due, No Stress, Jouralle, Feet Street, Stone Creek, Grosvenor, Northwood, Mel & Co, B.L.O.X., M&E, and Osaga brand names. The company also offers its products under international brands, such as Clarks, Hush Puppies, Ecco, Esprit, Mexx, Columbia, Wrangler, Bluehaven, Kickers, Nike, Adidas, Rucanor...

Kwadelapstraat 2

Erembodegem,  9320

Belgium

Founded in 1953

2,945 Employees

Phone:

32 5 365 06 11

Fax:

32 5 366 50 08

Key Executives for Brantano N.V.

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 53
Chairman and Managing Director
Chief Retail Operations Officer, Managing Director of Belux and Finance Director of Belux
Age: 55
International Financial Controller
International Retail Operations Director of UK
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Brantano N.V. Key Developments

Brantano Is Up For Sale

Brantano N.V. was placed into administration, despite sustained efforts by management to make the business more commercially viable or to find a buyer. Tony Barrell and Mike Jervis of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) were this week appointed as joint administrators of Brantano Retail Limited.

Brantano Put Up For Sale

Brantano N.V. has entered administration after a search for a buyer failed, putting more than a thousand jobs across the UK at risk. "A sale of the company was explored and whilst it generated interest, unfortunately it has not been possible to achieve," PwC, which has been appointed as administrator, said in a statement. Tony Barrell, lead administrator for Brantano at PwC, said that administrators were for now continuing to operate the business as normal while "assessing the trading strategy and any interest in parts of the business over the coming days and weeks". He added, however, that "it is inevitable that there will be redundancies".

Another 58 Brantano Stores On The Block

Administrators at PwC are still trying to find a buyer for another 58 stores and concessions of Brantano N.V., which also continue to trade. PwC has warned jobs would go if no buyer was found.

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