OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd.

OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd.

OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd.

Overview
Date Founded

1901

Headquarters

Shirley House,253 Shirley Street,Nassau, New Providence

Type of Company

Public

Employees (Worldwide)

4,298

Industries

Consumer Services
Recreation & Leisure

Company Description

OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd. engages in the provision of health and wellness services onboard cruse ships. The firm also sells beauty products onboard cruise ships and destination resort health and wellness centers. It operates through Maritime and Destination Resorts segment. The company was founded in 1901 and is headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas.

Executives & Employees

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director

Executive Chairman

Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer

Vice Chairman

Vice President-Sales & Revenue

Board of Directors

Director, President & Chief Executive Officer at Steiner Leisure Ltd.

Chief Executive Officer & Executive Chairman of the Board at Haymaker Acquisition Corp. II

Managing Partner, Buyout Fund at Catterton Management Co. LLC

Head, Marketing at Nextdoor, Inc.

Founder at Mistral Capital Management LLC

Former Senior Vice President, Person-to-Person Business Unit at Citigroup, Inc.

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd.

Managing Director at Prospect Capital Management LP

Vice President at Catterton Management Co. LLC

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Channing Capital Management employs a long-term value-oriented approach to investing in US mid-cap and small-cap stocks. The firm utilizes a fundamental, bottom-up value investment philosophy that focuses on undervalued and neglected stocks primarily with a market-cap of $2 billion to $15 billion. They look for companies that are trading at significant discounts to their intrinsic value. Portfolios are constructed on a stock-by-stock basis with a focus on the return potential of individual securities. Channing's relatively concentrated approach focuses on stock picking rather than market timing or sector allocation. The firm relies primarily on stock selection to generate above average returns as opposed to forecasts which emphasize sector weightings relative to a portfolio benchmark. However, Channing does employ sector and industry diversification as a risk management tool.

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Granahan Investment Management (GIM) is an active domestic small-cap equity manager that offers the following investment products: Small-Cap Explorer, Small-Cap Core Growth, Small-Cap Discoveries, International Small-Cap, Focused Growth, Small-Cap Focused Growth. International ADR All-Cap SRI, and Granahan Funds plc,.GIM's Small Cap Explorer product invests in stocks of companies with market-cap of $500 million-$10 billion at the time of purchase. The portfolio generally carries 155-175 stocks. This product focuses on companies exhibiting the potential for increased earnings growth.The firm's Small Cap Core Growth product focuses on stocks with market-caps of $200 million-$1.5 billion at the time of purchase. The portfolio generally holds 140-160 stocks, and focuses on companies with strong and/or accelerating earnings growth.GIM's Small Cap Discoveries is a micro-cap product that focuses on companies with market-cap up to $700 million that exhibit a critical combination of superior growth prospects and attractive risk reward profile. The portfolio generally holds 70- 90 stocks.The Focused Growth portfolio consists of 30-40 stocks with market-cap up to $2 billion at purchase, generally in the consumer and technology sectors, which have the potential for strong earnings growth and offer favorable return potential according to a proprietary risk/reward calculation. This product is offered to non-US clients through Ireland-based Granahan Funds plc.The firm's Small Cap Advantage product is a distinct combination of two individual strategies: Small Cap Discoveries and Small Cap Focused Growth. The product focuses on companies with market-cap of $50 million-$2 billion. The portfolio typically holds 90-100 stocks.The International Small Cap invests primarily in small-cap stocks of companies in EAFE-based countries, with up to 10% exposure to emerging markets. GIM screens the universe of investable countries for stocks with $100 million-$5 billion in market-cap. This strategy employs a combination of bottom-up, fundamental company research with a forward-looking expected-return tool for portfolio construction. The portfolio typically holds +/- 65 stocks.GIM's International ADR All-Cap SRI product seeks to invest in growth-oriented non-US companies with strong fundamentals, reasonable valuations, and catalysts for change in order to achieve long-term capital appreciation. GIM employs inclusionary and exclusionary screening criteria to construct a portfolio that incorporates sustainable, responsible investing. The portfolio typically holds +/- 55 stocks.All products are offered on a separate account and sub-advised basis, except for the GIM's Small Cap Discoveries, which is also available to accredited investors through the private fund, GIM Small Cap Discoveries LLC.

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Greenhouse Funds LLLP is an American private company located in Baltimore, MD, also operating in the United States, that provides investment advice. It was founded in 2013 by Joseph Michael Milano and James Michael Gentile.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2019
Market Capitalization
$466M
Total Enterprise Value
$1.24B
Earnings Per Share
$-0.67
Revenue
$562M
Net Profit
$-41M
EBITDA
$7.48M
EBITDAMargin
1.33%
Total Debt
$221M
Total Equity
$646M
Enterprise Value Sales
2.21x
Enterprise Value EBITDAOperating
166.52x
TEVNet Income
-30.34x
Debt TEV
0.18x
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Steiner Leisure Ltd. provides spa and medical spa services and manufactures & distributes skin, body and hair care products. It acts as an accredited educator teaching students the skills necessary to be a spa professional, including massage, skincare and spa management. The firm operates its business through four segments: Spa Operations, Products, Schools and, Ideal Image. The Spa Operations segment sells spa services and beauty products onboard cruise ships, on land at hotels, and at day spas. The Products segment develops and sells beauty products; the Schools segment offers programs in massage therapy and skin care; the Ideal Image segment offers a non-invasive procedure for the removal of unwanted facial and body hair in a relaxing setting. The company was founded by Henry Steiner in 1901 and is headquartered in Nassau, Bahamas.

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L'Oréal SA Personal Products | Clichy, France

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