Links, Slaughters lead on £1.6bn RBS sell-off
Linklaters and Slaughter and May have won lead roles on Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS's) £1.6bn sale of its stake in Bank of China.Linklaters has picked up the main role for regular client RBS on the transaction, with London corporate partner Anne Drummond and Hong Kong corporate partner Betty Yap leading the team for the firm.Slaughters advised ABN Amro and Morgan Stanley on the transaction, fielding a team from its Asian practice led by Hong Kong corporate partner Benita Yu.
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