It will probably be some particularly great christmas gifts that find their way to under the christmas trees at the home of the owners of Sticks 'n' Sushi.
it has been a quite profitable year for both Kim Rahbek Hansen and Thorkild Andersen. Each has they scored a two-digit million range.
This is because according to the stock Exchange, private equity fund May Invest, which has owned the majority of the sushi chain since 2013, has bought additional shares in the company.
It has secured Kim Rahbek Hansen and Thorkild Andersen 39 million dollars each.
Of the new accounts, it appears that the chain has difficult to make profits in spite of a staggering turnover.
Conversely, the profit for the year dull reading for the owners.
the Year ends with 15.7 million dollars in the deficit. Last year the deficit was ‘only’ 1.2 million dollars.
In the accounts attributed to the large deficit one-off expenses in the context of the restructuring of the company.
again, it is that the negative result is due to the sushi chain has had to withdraw from the former building contracts.
Sticks 'n' Sushi consists of a total of 22 restaurants distributed in Denmark, England and Germany. 12 is found within the kingdom's borders.Updated Date: 21 December 2019, 09:00