Luxury car maker Spyker refinances

Luxury car maker Spyker has confirmed it is in talks with a large number of investors in connection with plans to re-finance the company, reports ANP news service.

Spyker said a letter of intent has been signed with one of the potential investors, the Lichenstein based firm ACI, but declined to give further details.
Trading in Spyker shares on the Amsterdam stock market was suspended on Tuesday morning following a report in the Telegraaf.
The paper said the troubled luxury car maker is in talks with ACI over the re-financing of the company.
It said ACI is prepared to take a majority stake in Spyker and has taken an option on the share package of the Mol family, which owns 26% of the company, and its manager Victor Muller who currently has an 11% interest.
A Spyker spokesman told ANP that Muller is not planning to sell his shares.

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