Thomas Cook in race to secure £1.1bn rescue deal

Travel firm wants delay to bondholders’ meeting as it tries to stave off financial collapse

The beleaguered travel firm Thomas Cook will on Monday request a delay to a key bondholders’ meeting on Wednesday to try to maximise the chances of securing a £1.1bn emergency rescue package to help stave off imminent financial collapse.

The company is involved in 11th-hour talks as it seeks to finalise the terms of the proposed restructuring agreement with the Chinese conglomerate Fosun, its lenders and bondholders.

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