Magic circle trio lead on new Govt banking bailout
A trio of City firms have landed advisory roles as the Government unveils a second package of measures to bail out the UK banking system. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Slaughter and May and Linklaters have all secured roles advising on the new plans to stimulate lending, which come just three months after the previous £37bn bailout package was announced. Slaughters has been instructed by longstanding client the Treasury, with London corporate finance partner Charles Randell taking the lead role. The firm's team also includes partners Nilufer von Bismarck (corporate), Matthew Tobin (finance), Ben Kingsley (regulation), William Sibree (competition) and Graham Iversen and Tony Beare (tax).
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