UK: Cash boost of £3.5m for Las Iguanas restaurant chain
The Las Iguanas chain of Latin American restaurants can look forward to expansion plans after its parent company Metrodiner Limited secured a cash injection of £3.5m (US$5.47m).
New outlets can be expected in large UK towns and cities outside London, according to a report in the caterer.com, after venture capitalists Piper Private Equity supplied £1.5m of funding and the Royal Bank of Scotland provided the remaining £2m.
The group currently controls five restaurants in Bristol, Bath, Cardiff and Birmingham.
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