Entries in 'opcapita' (23)
The controversy surrounding the collapse GAME-owner OpCapita’s now-defunct retailer Comet has erupted once again.
The new-look Game Retail was forced to pay owners OpCapita a significant sum in the months following its buyout despite continuing to post a loss.
The Business Secretary Vince Cable has launched an investigation of the circumstances surrounding OpCapita’s acquisition of Comet and the chain’s subsequent collapse.
Administrator Deloitte has confirmed that all remaining Comet stores will close their doors tomorrow (December 18th).
Martyn Gibbs has publicly backed Game Retail owners OpCapita following the collapse of Comet.
Retailer Game Retail has confirmed to MCV that a small number of additional store closures are likely to be announced in the near future.
Game Retail Limited is the UK's new leading High Street video games retailer.
Another investment vehicle backed by OpCapita has acquired GAME’s Iberian stores in Spain and Portugal, MCV can reveal.
Martyn Gibbs has returned to GAME as the firm's new CEO.
Retailer GAME has announced its exit from administration following a successful bid by Comet owners OpCapita.
A deal has been agreed that has tonight seen GAME exit administration, MCV believes.
Investment firm OpCapita WILL be the new owner of the UK GAME stores, according to the Telegraph.
Despite news this morning that a deal to take GAME out of administration is now very close, a new report suggests OpCapita has not yet given up hope.
Leading financial and retail experts are all eyeing up a move for GAME Group.
A source close to Comet owner OpCapita has revealed to MCV that a deal to takeover GAME is now very unlikely.
A source close to OpCapita has told MCV that chief lender RBS must act fast to save GAME before it slips into administration at the weekend.
It appears that GAME's chief lenders have thrust the retailer back toward the brink of administration by rejecting the offer tabled by Comet owner OpCapita.
OpCapita, the company that has tabled an offer to pay off GAME’s lenders, has put 1,000 Comet staff on notice of losing their jobs.
GAME Group has confirmed that a 'third party' has shown an interest in providing financial support to the stricken retailer.
GAME’s share price has shot above two pence following reports the retailer is about to be bought.
The future of retailer GAME could be on the verge of being secured.