Goldwin, the Japanese company whose brand portfolio includes territorial trademark rights or licenses for some western sports brands, is currently forecasting a 5.7 percent drop in annual operating earnings to 14 billion yen (€107.6m) for the 12 months ending March 31, 2022. Annual revenues are predicted to rise by 10.5 percent in local currencies to ¥100 billion (€768.9m). For the nine months ended Dec. 31, Goldwin’s operating profit increased by 4.3 percent to ¥14,157 million (€108.8m) on a 6.6 percent gain in total revenues to ¥73.8 billion (€567.3m). Goldwin’s roster of licensed brands includes Speedo, Black & White Sport, Macpac, Icebreaker, Woolrich and Fischer. The company also owns trademark rights in certain markets for Ellesse, Danskin, Canterbury, The North Face and Helly Hansen.