Posts tagged 'Leucadia'

FXCM, welcome to the ‘cov-heavy’ reality…

The price of life in retail FX land….

The loan has an initial interest rate of 10% per annum, increasing by 1.5% per annum each quarter for so long as it is outstanding, but in no event exceeding 17% per annum (before giving effect to any applicable default rate). It is also subject to various conditions and terms such as requiring mandatory prepayments, including from proceeds of dispositions, condemnation and insurance proceeds, debt issuances, and equity issuances. The credit agreement includes a variety of restrictive covenants, including, but not limited to, limitations on the ability to merge, dissolve, liquidate, consolidate or sell, lease or otherwise transfer all or substantially all assets; limitations on the incurrence of liens; limitations on the incurrence of debt by subsidiaries of the company; and limitations on transactions with affiliates, without the prior consent of the lender.

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Jefferies-Leucadia: the beef

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CitiFinancial sale plans scaled back

Citigroup has scaled back the planned sale of its former CitiFinancial unit as part of negotiations with Centerbridge and Leucadia, as potential buyers grapple with how to fund the business as a standalone entity. Citi is discussing a sale of about $9bn in assets, held within the consumer lending business recently renamed OneMain Financial, people familiar with the matter told the FT. About $4bn in property assets have been carved out of the sale. The bank has gone backwards and forwards with potential buyers as to the composition of the asset pool, those people said, which began at $13.5bn. Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett’s investment vehicle, is providing financing to Centerbridge and Leucadia to help fund OneMain, one person familiar with the matter said.

Capmark in Berkshire asset deal

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway and Leucadia National agreed to buy Capmark Financial Group’s mortgage loan and servicing business for as much as $490m, increasing exposure to a possible US housing recovery, reports Reuters. Capmark, one of the largest US commercial real estate finance companies, also said it may file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after soured loans left it with a $1.62bn Q2 loss.