Trading in Spyker suspended

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 an unknown investor, ACI in Lichenstein, 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.
Spyker was unavailable for comment, reports ANP news service.
The financial markets watchdog AFM is to issue a statement in relation to Spyker later on Tuesday, said ANP.

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