Lew takes stake in David Jones

Company with Premier Investments boss on the board takes 0.65% interest.

A company that has Premier Investments chief executive Solomon Lew as a director has taken a 0.65% interest in David Jones (DJS), following the department store's April announcement of a $2.15bn takeover bid from South African giant Woolworths.

Mr Lew is on the board of S L Nominees Pty Ltd, the company that now has an interest in 3.5 million David Jones shares. 

David Jones said it will publish details of any changes to this interest.


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