// Gieves & Hawkes up for sale after owner goes into liquidation
// The Savile Row retailer is expected to complete a sales process later this year
Gieves & Hawkes has been put up for sale after its Hong Kong owner went into liquidation.
The luxury retailer, which is located on London’s famous Savile Row, is seeking a new buyer.
The shirtmaker is part of Trinity Group, a Chinese company controlled by the Shandong Ruyi Technology Group.
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The sales process, which is expected to complete later this year, is being run by FTI Consulting in Hong Kong and the UK.
Last month, Gieves & Hawkes secured a credit facility for an undisclosed sum from restructuring firm Hilco.
In November, the retailer and sister brands Kent & Curwen and Cerutti faced a winding-up order in a Hong Kong court after Trinity defaulted on a loan.
Shandong Ruyi Technology Group appointed liquidators in December, which threatened to shutter Gieves & Hawkes.
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