Travers Smith has snared New Britain Palm Oil as a client after advising on the company’s �362.5 million ($739.4 million) admission to the London Stock Exchange.

Travers corporate finance partner Alasdair Steele led the team advising NBPO, which is based in Papua New Guinea, on the initial public offering — its first role for the client. Also advising for the top 40 U.K. law firm were tax partner Simon Yates and corporate finance assistant James Middleton.

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