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Last $25.77 USD
Change Today +0.17 / 0.66%
Volume 495.8K
As of 5:20 PM 06/2/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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BIV’s 50% ownership interest in Iconix Europe by LF Asia Limited (LF Asia), an affiliate of Global Brands Group Asia Limited from LF Asia. In addition, the company acquired an additional 1% equity interest in Iconix Europe from LF Asia thereby increasing the company’s ownership in Iconix Europe to a controlling 51% interest. LF Asia, the company’s joint venture partner in Iconix SE Asia, owns various licensing companies, including The Licensing Company in Europe. Global Brands Group Asia Limited is an investment holding company that principally engages in managing the supply chain for retailers and brands worldwide from approximately 300 offices and distribution centers in approximately 40 countries. Its subsidiary, LF Asia, principally engages in the licensing and wholesale business of global brands. Iconix Europe has multiple direct-to-retail partnerships, including OP with Sports Direct, one of the U.K.’s major sports retailers and Danskin with Go Sport, as well as a range of licenses in multiple territories for major brands, such as Ecko Unltd., Mossimo, Rocawear, and Starter. Iconix Lifestyle India Private Limited (Iconix India) The company contributed all rights to its wholly-owned and controlled brands in India to Iconix India, a then newly formed subsidiary of the company. Reliance Brands Limited (Reliance) purchased a 50% interest in Iconix India. Reliance is an affiliate of Reliance Industries Limited, one of India’s primary private sector enterprises. Iconix India has signed various long term licensing partnerships and direct-to-retail licenses, including licenses for Mossimo, London Fog, Umbro, and Cannon; and licenses with some of the major companies in India, including Future Group, Arvind, and Kapsons. Iconix Canada In 2013, the company contributed all rights to its wholly-owned and controlled brands in Canada into two entities, such as Ico Brands L.P. and Iconix Canada L.P. (collectively ‘Iconix Canada’). Buffalo International ULC and its affiliates purchased a 50% interest in Iconix Canada. Iconix Canada has various direct-to-retail licenses, including OP, Starter, and Danskin Now at Wal-Mart; and London Fog at The Bay, as well as a range of licenses for major brands, such as Ecko Unltd. Wholesale licenses are present for all other brands, including larger licenses for Charisma, Danskin, Ecko Unltd., and Umbro, which sponsors the Canadian National Soccer team. Iconix Australia, LLC (Iconix Australia) In 2013, the company contributed all rights to its wholly-owned and controlled brands in Australia and New Zealand (the ‘Australia Territory’) to Iconix Australia, a then newly formed, Delaware limited liability company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, through a royalty-free perpetual master license agreement with Iconix Australia. Pac Brands USA, Inc. owns a 50% interest in Iconix Australia from the company to assist the company in developing, exploiting, marketing, and licensing the company’s brands in the Australia Territory. Pac Brands USA, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pacific Brands LLC, is a consumer products company. Iconix Australia has direct-to-retail licenses for Lee Cooper at Big W and Material Girl at Myer, as well as licenses for major brands, such as Fieldcrest, Mossimo, Starter, Umbro, and Zoo York. Iconix Israel LLC (Iconix Israel) In 2013, the company contributed all rights to its wholly-owned and controlled brands in the state of Israel and the geographical regions of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip (together, the ‘Israel Territory’) to Iconix Israel, a then newly formed subsidiary of the company through a royalty-free perpetual master license agreement with Iconix Israel. M.G.S. Sports Trading Limited (MGS) owns a 50% interest in Iconix Israel to assist the company in developing, exploiting, marketing and licensing the company’s brands in the Israel Territory. MGS is the primary wholesale apparel company in Israel. MGS is one of Israel’s major companies in sports and fashion and they are a distributor and/or licensee for Adidas, Converse, Diadora, Superga, and various other brands. MGS operates approximately 70 retail stores, i

 

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