Monier Group Services GmbH, the German tilemaker seized by lenders including Apollo Global Management LLC in 2009, won three years to restructure its business after a U.K. court allowed it to extend about $935 million of debt.
European Union banks will be forced to boost capital, disclose more information on their activities than ever before, and face tougher scrutiny of how they measure risks, after lawmakers formally endorsed a law to overhaul the bloc’s financial rulebook.
Armajaro Holdings Ltd., the London- based owner of a hedge fund that trades commodities, hired BNP Paribas SA and Standard Chartered Plc to arrange a $75 million revolving credit facility to refinance existing debt, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
A man faces up to a crippling disability. A friendship is tested. The fate of nations hangs on difficult personal choices. “The King’s Speech” has everything required for a great play, except a script.
There are moments in bad plays and operas where characters do all the things they’re supposed to, like fall in love and stab each other, without any good reason. Wagner called them “effects without causes.” Take note, playwright April de Angelis.