Egana Goldpfeil, parent company of Salamander, has reported a net loss of 1.26 billion Hong Kong dollars (€102m-$160m) for the first half ended last Nov. 30, compared with a profit of HK$205 million (€16.6m-$26m) in the same period the year before. The loss was mainly due to writeoffs of HK$1 billion (€81m-$127m). Revenues decreased by 12.9 percent to HK$2.88 billion (€235m-$369m). On March 31, Egana Goldpfeil’s new controlling shareholder, Lifestyle International Holdings, agreed to extend until Apr. 21 the maturity date of a HK$300 million (€24m-$38m) bridge loan granted to the company. It has indicated that the deadline may be postponed further after checking the progress of a previously proposed restructuring program and the existence of possible “material adverse changes.”