MWB, Malmaison and Hotel du Vin loans extended

MWB Group Holdings, the UK hotel and fashion company, has extended £348m of loans for itself and two subsidiaries, Malmaison and Hotel du Vin, and MWB Business Exchange. The three separate facilities, provided by Bank of Scotland (now Lloyds Banking Group) and Royal Bank of Scotland and originally due at the end of December this year, have been extended for two years.

  • 29 Apr 2009

The amendments mean MWB and its companies have no maturities until September next year, when a loan for Liberty, the fashion chain, is due.

MWB said the extensions were not “achieved without cost”, but said they were essential to improve the group’s maturity profile.

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