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Hrg Group, Inc.  (HRG)
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    Sector  Capital Goods    Industry Industrial Machinery and Components

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HRG's Source of Revenues

for the same period Hrg Group, Inc. revnue deteriorated by -37 % year on year, sequentially revenue grew by 18.5 %.

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Hrg Group's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers

Spectrum Brands sells its products through a variety of trade channels, including retailers, wholesalers and distributors, hearing aid professionals, construction companies and OEMs. Spectrum Brands’ sales generally are made through the use of individual purchase orders, consistent with industry practice. Retail sales of the consumer products that Spectrum Brands markets have been increasingly consolidated into a small number of regional and national mass merchandisers. This trend towards consolidation is occurring on a worldwide basis. As a result of this consolidation, a significant percentage of Spectrum Brands’ sales are attributable to a very limited group of retailer customers, including Wal-Mart, The Home Depot, Lowe’s, Carrefour, Target, PetSmart, Canadian Tire, PetCo and Gigante.

Segment information as it relates to revenues, profits and total assets as well as information concerning Spectrum Brands’ revenues and long-lived assets by geographic location is set forth in.

Global Batteries & Appliances
Spectrum Brands manages its Global Batteries & Appliances sales force by geographic region and product group. Spectrum Brands’ sales team is divided into four major geographic territories: North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Within each major geographic territory, Spectrum Brands has additional subdivisions designed to meet its customers’ needs.

Spectrum Brands manages its sales force in North America by distribution channel. Spectrum Brands maintains separate sales groups to service (i) its retail sales and distribution channel, (ii) its hearing aid professionals channel and (iii) its industrial distributors and OEM sales and distribution channel. In addition, Spectrum Brands utilizes a network of independent brokers to service participants in selected distribution channels. Spectrum Brands manages its sales force in Latin America by distribution channel and geographic territory. Spectrum Brands sells primarily to large retailers, wholesalers, distributors, food and drug chains and retail outlets. In countries where Spectrum Brands does not maintain a sales force, Spectrum Brands sells to distributors who market its products through all channels in the market.

The sales force serving Spectrum Brands’ customers in Europe and Asia-Pacific is supplemented by an international network of distributors to promote the sale of its products. Spectrum Brands’ sales operations throughout Europe and Asia/Pacific are organized by geographic territory and the following sales channels: (i) food/retail, which includes mass merchandisers, discounters and drug and food stores; (ii) specialty trade, which includes clubs, consumer electronics stores, department stores, photography stores and wholesalers/distributors; and (iii) industrial, government, hearing aid professionals and OEMs.

Global Pet Supplies
Spectrum Brands’ Global Pet Supplies sales force is aligned by customer, geographic region and product group. Spectrum Brands sells pet supply products to mass merchandisers, grocery and drug chains, pet superstores, independent pet stores and other retailers.

Home and Garden
The Home and Garden business sales force is geographically aligned with Spectrum Brands’ key customers. Spectrum Brands sells primarily to home improvement centers, mass merchandisers, dollar stores, hardware stores, home and garden distributors, and food and drug retailers primarily in the U.S.

Hardware & Home Improvement
The sales force of the Hardware & Home Improvement business is aligned by customer and geographic region. Spectrum Brands sells primarily to large retailers, non-retail distributors, home improvement centers, hardware stores, home builders and other retailers.

Global Auto Care
The Global Auto Care business sales force is geographically aligned with key customers. Spectrum Brands sells primarily to big box auto, auto specialty retail, mass retailers, food and drug retailers, and convenience retailers. Spectrum Brands markets its products in the United States through a number of channels and uses a number of sales strategies. Sales personnel call directly on major accounts and have support teams for supply and marketing. Spectrum Brands’ small regional and convenience store customers are serviced by brokers and distributors. International distribution varies by region and is often executed on a country-by-country basis. A majority of international sales are completed using distributors.

The sale of FGL’s products typically occurs as part of a four-party, three stage sales process between FGL Insurance, an IMO, the agent and the customer. FGL Insurance designs, manufactures, issues, and services the product. The IMO, with whom FGL Insurance contracts, recruits large numbers of agents to its firm and provides training in return for exclusive sales agreements, in most cases, with FGL Insurance. The IMOs will usually sign contracts with multiple insurance carriers to provide their agents with a broad and competitive product portfolio. The IMO will discuss product options over the phone with agents about to meet with clients. The IMO staff will also provide assistance to the agent during the selling and application process. The agent may get customer leads from the IMOs. The agent will conduct a fact find and present suitable product choices to the customers. FGL monitors each distribution partner for pricing metrics, mortality, and persistency, as well as market conduct and suitability.

CorAmerica and EIC seek to grow their respective businesses sustainably and profitably, by focusing on their core area of expertise, while also, from time to time, pursuing additional opportunities that they may consider to be strategically advantageous or complementary to their existing operations. They may also seek additional capital through debt or equity financing activities and may, from time to time, selectively pursue acquisitions that are compatible with their existing operations. Salus seeks to focus its efforts primarily on the monitoring, servicing and collecting of its existing loans, but it may, from time to time, pursue other opportunities that it may consider strategically advantageous or complimentary to the efforts to collect on its existing loans.

Compass markets the majority of the oil, natural gas and NGL production from properties it operates for both Compass’ account and the account of the other working interest owners in these properties. Oil, natural gas and NGL purchasers are generally selected on the basis of price, credit quality and service reliability, with the exception that in connection with our 2014 transaction with EXCO, Compass entered into several short-term agreements with EXCO, under which EXCO continues to market and sell Compass’ natural gas production from the Vernon and Waskom fields. These short-term agreements have terms ending on December 31, 2015 and January 1, 2016, respectively. Compass also entered into a long-term agreement under which EXCO will continue to market and sell Compass’ natural gas production from portions of the Holly field until November 30, 2020. Production from Compass’ properties is marketed using methods that are consistent with industry practice. Sales prices for oil, natural gas and NGL production under new contracts are negotiated based on factors normally considered in the industry, such as index or spot price, distance from the well to the pipeline, commodity quality and prevailing supply and demand conditions. Compass’ oil production is sold to crude oil processors, transporters and refining and marketing companies in the area where it is produced. Compass’ natural gas production is sold to utilities, marketing and midstream companies and industrial users. Compass’ NGL production is typically sold to natural gas processors or users of NGLs.

Compass normally sells production to a relatively small number of customers, as is customary in the exploration, development and production business. However, based on the current demand for oil and natural gas, and the availability of other purchasers, Compass believes that the loss of any one or all of its major purchasers would not have a material adverse effect on Compass’ financial condition and results of operations, as crude oil and natural gas are fungible products with well-established markets and numerous purchasers.

Compass incurs gathering and transportation expenses to move its production from the wellhead and tanks to purchaser specified delivery points. These expenses vary based on volume, distance shipped and the fee charged by the third-party gatherers and transporters. Compass attempts to balance sales, storage and transportation positions, which can include purchase of commodities from third parties for resale, to satisfy transportation commitments. In some instances, Compass’ oil is transported from the wellhead to tank batteries by Compass’s or a third party’s gathering system. The oil is then transported by the purchaser by truck to a tank farm or by pipeline. Compass’ natural gas is generally transported from the wellhead to the purchaser’s pipeline interconnection point through Compass’ or a third party’s gathering system.

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(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)

Hrg Group, Inc. HRG 2,762 -10 606 22
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