280 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 451-3000
CEO: Nelson Peltz
Stock Symbol: TRY
Triarc Companies, Inc. is a holding company
and, through its subsidiaries, the franchisor of the Arby's
restaurant system and the owner and operator of over 1,000 Arby's
restaurants located in the United States. With approximately
3,500 restaurants primarily in the United States, Arby's is the
largest restaurant chain specializing in roast beef sandwiches.
Triarc also owns an approximate 64% capital
interest, a profits interest of at least 52% and approximately
94% of the voting interests in Deerfield & Company LLC,
a Chicago-based asset manager offering a diverse range of fixed
income and credit-related strategies to institutional investors.
With approximately $14.1 billion of assets under management as
of October 1, 2006, Deerfield provides asset management
services for various types of collective investment funds, including
collateralized debt obligation vehicles, hedge funds and a real
estate investment trust (REIT), as well as separate managed accounts.
In June 2005, Deerfield Triarc Capital
Corp., a REIT managed by Deerfield, completed the initial public
offering of approximately 25 million shares of common stock and
began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker
Triarc Companies, Inc. has a capital structure
that utilizes two classes of common stock: Class A (NYSE ticker
symbol: TRY) and Class B, Series 1 (NYSE ticker symbol TRY.B).
Triarc's corporate predecessor was incorporated
in Ohio in 1929. Triarc was reincorporated in Delaware, by means
of a merger, in June 1994.
In 2005, Triarc had revenues of $727.5
million and net loss of $55.6 million.
Updated December 30, 2006