Midas back in touch

Yearsley, Ben
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/4/2009, p14
The article reports on the debt restructuring carried out by Midas Capital PLC in Great Britain. It reveals that the company has issued equity and preference shares to Bank of Scotland to pay its debt which will decrease its holding in the bank to below 20 per cent. It reveals that the move played essential role in enhancing the performance of the company's funds and attracted investors.


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