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Hogg Robinson Looks To NDC To Rebuild Falling Revenues

Client wins inspired by early global leadership in New Distribution Capability will help Hogg Robinson Group reverse long-term revenue declines in the coming months, CEO David Radcliffe claimed during the group’s half-year results presentation last week.

Amex GBT-HRG Acquisition Set To Close Next Week

American Express Global Business Travel expects to complete its acquisition of Hogg Robinson Group on July 19 after European Union regulators cleared the deal on Friday.

HRG Eyes More Hands-On Role In Distribution, Teases 'New Service Model'

During Hogg Robinson Group's half-year conference call for investors today, chief executive David Radcliffe identified a "major opportunity out there at the moment," and that is HRG's role in distribution.

Hogg Robinson To Sell HRG To Amex GBT, And Fraedom To Visa

Two of the world’s largest travel management companies are set to merge after American Express Global Business Travel offered up to £410 million to buy Hogg Robinson Group.

HRG Acquires German Booking Platform, Advances Direct Distribution Strategy

Girding for a shakeup in the way major airlines distribute content to the corporate market, travel management company HRG is advancing efforts to facilitate direct connections between airlines and corporate clients.

Hogg Robinson Splits Business, Launches 'Fraedom' For 'Unmanaged' Sector

Almost three years after chief executive David Radcliffe first revealed his company's intentions to The Beat in May 2012, Hogg Robinson Group has split its operations into two separately branded entities. HRG is the group's travel management company, aimed primarily at multinational corporations. Meanwhile, expense management division Spendvision has expanded and rebranded as Fraedom, a software-as-a-service provider.

Amex GBT CEO Talks Next Steps In HRG Deal, Now Complete

Two of the world’s largest travel management companies have become one. American Express Global Business Travel Thursday completed its 410 million British pound takeover of Hogg Robinson Group to create a TMC that handles a combined $36 billion in annual transaction value. The mega of all megas now has mega integration work ahead.

Hogg Robinson: Revenue Down, Profits Up And Fraedom A Bright Spot

Hogg Robinson Group reported a year-over-year decline in revenue for its fiscal year ending March 31, but it reduced debt, increased cash on hand and grew profits on leaner operations. The brightest spot came from its Fraedom software-as-a-service business, which posted solid results but represents a small portion of overall revenue.

Capt. Radcliffe Navigates 'Steady' HRG Through Choppy Waters

A notable boating enthusiast, David Radcliffe chose a nautical metaphor on Wednesday to analyze the financial performance of Hogg Robinson Group, the ship he captains as CEO. With underlying operating profit for the six months to Sept. 30 unchanged at £22.7 million (US$36.6 million) from the same period in 2012, and revenue down slightly versus a year earlier—and also lower than the two previous comparable periods—to £168.4 million (US$271.7 million), one might be tempted to portray HRG as becalmed.

Bookings Up, Spend Down Among HRG Clients

Worldwide bookings handled by United Kingdom-based Hogg Robinson Group rose 2 percent year over year for the six months ending Sept. 30, yet client travel spend fell 2 percent, according to half-year financial results released Wednesday.