British supercar manufacturer McLaren Group, which includes the Formula One team, has arranged a 150 million pound ($185.2 million) financing facility with the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB), the Gulf bank said on Monday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the company hard, with sales plunging during a factory shutdown. It announced 1,200 redundancies in May.
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“Final documentation has been signed and all the necessary approvals have been granted in relation to a ... 150 million (pound) financing facility,” NBB said in a bourse statement.
Bahrain sovereign wealth fund Mumtalakat Holding Co is the majority shareholder in McLaren Group, with a 56 percent stake.
Mumtalakat also holds a 44.06 percent stake in NBB while the government of Bahrain holds a 10.85 percent stake, Refinitiv data showed.
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