Sports Club Works Out With $100M Weight

Matta, L. Matthew
April 1999
Private Placement Letter;04/19/99, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p5
Reports that The Sports Club Co. has completed a private placement offering of senior secured notes through Jefferies & Co. and CIBC Oppenheimer. Interest rate of the secured notes; What the offering can provide.


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