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Contrarian Capital and Eugene Perma

September 2007

The investment fund Contrarian Capital (USA), has made an investment in the hair care group, Eugene Perma (France, Spain, Italy).

Ohana & Co. acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Contrarian Capital.


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