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with contributions from Natalie Theodosi
 on March 3, 2019

LONDON — Anya Hindmarch Ltd. and its Qatari partner Mayhoola for Investments plan to part ways after seven years, and in an increasingly fierce market for independent, high-end accessories brands.

The split follows a retail and product rollout that saw Anya Hindmarch Ltd. expand in the U.S., Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and into the home category. It also comes on the heels of a restructuring that saw the English firm pare losses and boost profits despite a string of management changes. Four different chief executives have run the company since 2012, when Mayhoola took its stake. It was originally a minority investment, but over the years, Mayhoola took a majority stake in the company.

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