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Rallye, Fonciere Euris, Finatis, Euris Finalise Draft Safeguard Plans
Supermarket retailer Casino says it has completed previously announced refinancing plans
French retailer Casino signs new 2 bln euro credit facility
Rallye SA is a France-based holding company organized around two sectors of activity: large scale distribution to the food stores and supermarkets and distribution of sports items. The Company is present in France, Latin America, Poland, and Asia through its interests in brands, such as Geant, Leader Price, and United Grocers Cash & Carry, among others. It also has its interest in the Groupe Go Sport. Rallye SA , which is is notably present in France, the United States, Luxembourg, Poland and Colombia, among others. The Company operates through its subsidiaries and affliated companies, such as Cobivia SAS, L’Habitation Moderne de Boulogne, Magasins Jean SAS, Matignon Sablons SAS, MFD SA, Parande SAS, Casino Guichaqrd Perrachon DA, Groupe Go Sport, Sivigral SCI and French Develompent Venture SA.
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Debt-burdened Rallye <GENC.PA> said that it and other shareholders of French retailer Casino <CASP.PA> had met with bankers on Wednesday to present them the principles of their draft safeguard plan.
Debt-burdened Rallye said in a statement that it and other shareholders of French retailer Casino had met with bankers to discuss its financial rescue plan.
Shares in debt-burdened Rallye <GENC.PA> slumped on Tuesday after a French court ruled that Societe Generale can call in collateral it owns in Casino's <CASP.PA> parent, in what is seen as a blow to controlling shareholder Jean-Charles Naouri.
French supermarket retailer Casino, which has been battling concerns over debts at the company and at its parent group Rallye, on Tuesday named Franprix boss Jean-Paul Mochet as the new head of its Monoprix arm.
Shares in French retailer Casino surged more than 10% on Friday after controlling shareholder Jean-Charles Naouri won some respite as his debt-laden Rallye investment vehicle was placed under protection from creditors.
Short-seller Muddy Waters said on Friday that news Rallye, the parent company of French retailer Casino, had been placed under protection from creditors was "a resounding vindication of the warnings we sounded".
A Paris commercial court on Thursday placed Rallye, the parent company of retailer Casino, which is battling investor concerns over its high debt, under creditors' protection for at least six months.
Debt-ridden French supermarket chain Casino said that a decision to place its parent company Rallye under administrative measures would not impact its staff, nor Casino's broader business strategy.
Debt-ridden supermarket chain Casino's parent company Rallye has been placed under creditors' protection by a Paris court, the company confirmed on Thursday.
* Casino shares slump before suspension, CDS hits record high
Shares in indebted French supermarket group Casino and its parent Rallye were suspended on Thursday pending a statement, fuelling speculation of a debt restructuring that could weaken the grip of retail kingpin Jean-Charles Naouri.
Shares in indebted French supermarket retailer Casino slumped on Thursday, as trading in the shares of Casino's parent company Rallye were suspended.
Casino <CASP.PA>, the French supermarket operator which is selling assets to reduce its debt, named David Lubek as chief financial officer to replace CFO Antoine Giscard d'Estaing.
French retailer Casino <CASP.PA>, whose shares have been under pressure due to concerns over the financial situation of parent Rallye <GENC.PA> said it would pay an interim dividend of 1.56 euros per share for 2018, unchanged from the 2017 payout.
Debt-ridden French supermarket retailer Casino <CASP.PA> and its parent company Rallye <GENC.PA> have filed a criminal complaint with French authorities over what they said was the dissemination of false information about the two companies.
Rallye <GENC.PA>, the holding company that controls French supermarket retailer Casino <CASP.PA>, has received an offer for its 'Courir' sports brand, with both companies keen to sell assets and cut debts that have concerned some investors.
Shares in debt-ridden retailer Casino <CASP.PA> fell on Thursday due to new concerns over the financial situation of its parent company Rallye <GENC.PA>.
Rallye <GENC.PA>, the debt-laden parent of French supermarket chain Casino <CASP.PA>, bought more time on Monday ahead of a key bond refinancing deadline as five banks granted it a new 500 million euro (444.50 million pounds) credit line.
* ANNOUNCED ON SUNDAY IT HAS SIGNED A CONFIRMED CREDIT FACILITY MATURING JUNE 30TH, 2020 FOR EUR 500 MLN WITH FIVE OF ITS CORE BANKS: BNP PARIBAS, CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB, CREDIT INDUSTRIEL ET COMMERCIAL, HSBC AND NATIXIS
Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's pushed Casino's debt <CASP.PA> deeper into junk territory on Monday, derailing the French retailer's efforts to reassure investors over the sustainability of its finances ahead of a repayment deadline.
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