Beleaguered German solar panel manufacturer SolarWorld AG today took another step towards a restructuring of the company intended to reduce its debts.
The first of three crucial votes in three days endorsed the Bonn-based company‘s restructuring proposals.
With 35.78 per cent of the holders of the company's outstanding 2011/16 notes present at a vote in Bonn the necessary quorum was 25 per cent 99.96 per cent of the noteholders backed a proposed debt to equity swap.
The next hurdle comes tomorrow when holders of the outstanding 2010/17 notes will vote on the same plans.
If tomorrow's show of hands endorses the restructuring, an extraordinary shareholders' meeting will be held on Wednesday to vote on the plans.
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