Spyker Cars CEO, Victor Muller Now In Stockholm

Posted on 22. Jan, 2010 by in 2010-2019

Saab History has just received direct confirmation from Spyker Cars CEO, Victor Muller, that he is now in Stockholm, as recently reported in Bloomberg.

This is a necessary next step in the ongoing sale process with Saab Automobile & GM. We should expect news shortly following what took place here on Friday, in the next few days.

Jan. 22 (Bloomberg) — General Motors Co. and Spyker Cars NV officials met in Stockholm today to review a potential sale of GM’s Saab unit as the parties near an agreement, according to two people familiar with the matter.

GM considers Spyker’s $500 million offer of cash and preferred shares in the new Saab to be adequate, while the companies negotiate terms including those related to production plans, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks are private

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8 Responses to “Spyker Cars CEO, Victor Muller Now In Stockholm”

  1. Andrew Baculy

    22. Jan, 2010

    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is good.. I also just read “Two people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg Friday that GM and Spyker met in Stockholm to review the potential sale of Saab and that GM considers Spyker’s offer of $500 million in cash and preferred shares to be adequate.”

    now all we need is the EIB loan

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  2. lt900

    22. Jan, 2010

    This is unfortunately not completely true. As a member of one of the companies involved, I can state that Mr Muller is to travel laters next week.

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  3. must respond

    23. Jan, 2010

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  4. karen

    23. Jan, 2010

    hope everyone has a good weekend with such positive news. Find a way to keep everyone who matters in Stockholm?

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  5. Ryan

    23. Jan, 2010

    lt900 & must respond,

    VM is in Stockholm as confirmed, I wouldn’t have written it if I didn’t have authority nor verification and permission to do so.

    Both of you are incorrect. My source is 100% correct on this, I assure you.

    I wouldn’t write this if it’s incorrect and I did not verify this.

    Do not believe anything otherwise. Let’s keep up our hope on a positive outcome.

    R

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  6. must respond

    23. Jan, 2010

    Yes Ryan, I was agreeing with you and was referring to the comment before me. It seems that VM is indeed in Stockholm. Will continue to hope for the outcome… Thanks!

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  7. Ryan

    23. Jan, 2010

    Utmostlife,

    Okay. 🙂 I misunderstood.

    Best,

    Ryan

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  8. Ryan

    23. Jan, 2010

    We can hope for an end to the waiting soon! Could this mean the deal is almost complete and Saab will indeed live?

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