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Coty considers selling its professional beauty business

The beauty conglomerate announced yesterday plans to sell its Professional Beauty business, which includes brands such as Wella, Clairol or OPI, as well as the company’s Brazilian operations. Coty said it wants to focus more intently on its fragrance, cosmetics and skin care businesses.

Coty has met some difficulties in integrating the assets of its recent (...)

Coty has met some difficulties in integrating the assets of its recent acquisitions

Today’s announcement accelerates [our] transformation and will help reposition Coty as a more focused and agile company, deleverage our balance sheet, and improve our ability to invest in areas with the greatest growth potential,” said Pierre Laubies, Chief Executive Officer of Coty, in a statement.

The businesses under this strategic review are expected to generate net revenues of approximately US$2.7 billion in fiscal year 2019.

Coty's Professional Beauty portfolio includes brands such as Wella, Clairol (...)

Coty’s Professional Beauty portfolio includes brands such as Wella, Clairol or OPI

Coty has met some difficulties in integrating the assets of its recent acquisitions, including those related to the take-over of Procter & Gamble’s beauty businesses in 2015.

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