Foley Represents Multinational Company TCL in Significant Debt Restructuring

29 June 2012 Media Contact: Dan Farrell News
Foley successfully represented Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL) Group, the Caribbean’s leading producer of cement products, in one of the year’s largest restructuring matters in the Caribbean, collectively re-profiling nearly TT$1.95 billion (approximately US$310 million) of the group’s outstanding debt. The Foley team, led by Miami of counsel John L. Murphy, handled the multijurisdictional workout for TCL Group, which resulted in an improvement in the group’s debt maturity profile and an increase in its financial flexibility.

The restructuring plan extends the maturities of its existing obligations with more than 30 regional and international financial institutions and bondholders, with a final maturity of December 30, 2018.

TCL Group is comprised of Trinidad Cement Limited, a multinational public company based in Trinidad and Tobago, and subsidiaries in Trinidad, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and Anguilla.

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