GFI buys Trayport

GFI has paid £75 million for Trayport plus an additional £9 million for excess working capital mostly in the form of surplus cash, for an aggregate purchase price of £84 million.

GFI financed the all-cash transaction with the proceeds of a private placement of senior secured notes and amounts drawn under its amended credit facility.

With Trayport’s record of growth, cost structure and profitability performance, GFI anticipates that this transaction will be neutral to its non-GAAP 2008 earnings.

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