Praktiker Investors Worried About Anchorage’s Plan, Spiegel Says

Praktiker AG (PRA) investors including Semper Constantia Privatbank AG have called for a general meeting on concern that a loan from Anchorage Capital Group may be counter to their interests, Der Spiegel said, without citing anyone.

Under the terms of Anchorage’s 85 million-euro ($107 million) loan, the U.S. investor would get the German retailer’s profitable Max Bahr unit if Praktiker’s restructuring fails, the magazine reported in the preview of an article to be published tomorrow.

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