Bloomberg News reports that the $300m rescue loan and associated rights are now valued at $947m, Leucadia said Friday in a regulatory filing.
Jefferies, Leucadia’s investment bank, also charged FXCM a $21m fee for putting the deal together, Leucadia said in a separate filing.
FXCM, the largest U.S. retail foreign-exchange broker, almost failed in January after the Swiss central bank decided to let the franc trade freely against the euro. The loan from Leucadia, headed by long-time Jefferies banker Rich Handler, saved the firm from violating capital requirements.
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