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De La Rue - Bank note printer forecast to nearly double eps between FY21 - FY23

December 2020

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  • Epic Code:
  • DLAR
  • Price:
  • 148p
De La Rue is the largest independent printer of bank notes in the world and has built a strong reputation for cutting edge security features as well as being at the vanguard of the trend towards replacing paper notes with polymer (you know the ones that have see-through windows and holograms). These save money as a polymer £5 note is expected to last three times longer than a paper note and is harder to counterfeit. In recent years De La Rue has also diversified into newer markets such as authentication (e.g. holograms again) to cut out tobacco smuggling and to protect valuable brands from counterfeit attacks (most recently it entered the market for authentication holograms for Covid testing kits, which are being shipped worldwide). ...

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