Apollo sale gives HMV amend and extend

Lenders to troubled UK music retailer HMV Group have agreed to extend the maturity of the firm’s credit facility by one year to September 2014 after completing the sale of entertainment venue Hammersmith Apollo for £32m.

  • 10 Aug 2012

If certain conditions are met, the maturity can be pushed out by another year, to 2015.

The margin on the loan remains unchanged at 400bp over Libor, though it can rise to 800bp on any amounts that are not repaid along the agreed repayment schedule.

HMV signed its £220m credit ...

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