A Middle Eastern investor has acquired the London-based Anya Hindmarch, a luxury handbag company, in a deal in the region of £20 to £30 million - the Telegraph is reporting.
ASHS, the company’s holding vehicle, made a pre-tax profit of £829,907 in the 12 months to December 2010, on sales of £20 million. It is run by James McArthur, former chief executive of Harrods.
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