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Hogg Robinson Group

Hogg Robinson Group
Public
Industry Corporate services
Headquarters Basingstoke, UK
Key people
John Coombe, Chairman
David Radcliffe, Chief Executive Officer
Website HRGFraedom

Hogg Robinson Group is an international corporate services organisation with headquarters in the UK. Their brands include HRG, a global travel management company operating in 120 countries, and Spendvision, a software company that specialises in expense management and advanced payment technology. Hogg Robinson Group wholly acquired Spendvision in 2012,[1][2][3] before rebranding it as Fraedom in 2015.[4]

Hogg Robinson Group was founded in 1845 by brothers-in-law Francis Hogg, a young wine merchant, and Augustus Robinson, an insurance broker. The partnership developed mercantile and insurance interests from offices in Birchin Lane in the City of London.

The company is traded on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol HRG.L.

References

  1. ^ http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/hrg-to-buy-remaining-shares-in-spendvision/
  2. ^ http://buyingbusinesstravel.com/news/hrg-completes-purchase-spendvision
  3. ^ http://www.abtn.co.uk/news/1517109-hrg-agrees-deal-buy-100-spendvision
  4. ^ http://www.tnooz.com/travel-distribution-news/
  • Hogg Robinson resumes float plan. BBC News.
  • Hogg Robinson Group launches new company Fraedom

External links

  • Hogg Robinson Group's corporate website
  • HRG website
  • Fraedom website
  • Hogg Robinson Group's Investor Relations website
  • HRG share data on the London Stock Exchange Website
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