(Continued from page 1) For the 12 months that ended March 30, 2011, the end of the company’s first quarter that year, El Pollo Loco reported a net loss of $38.6 million, according to prior financial disclosures because of once-public debt. Later that year, however, the parent company EPL Intermediate Inc. refinanced its publicly traded bonds with private debt and an unspecified investment of capital from existing equity sponsors. The refinancing paved the way for El Pollo Loco ...

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