City boutique brushes up alongside US trio on $400m haircare buyout
Cravath Swaine & Moore, Jones Day, Baker & McKenzie and London boutique Wallace have been handed roles on the $411.5m (£288m) sale of haircare business TIGI to consumer products giant Unilever. The deal gives Unilever its first entry into the salon hair-care market, with brands such as Bed Head and S-Factor. Cravath advised Unilever on the US corporate aspects of the deal, fielding a team led by New York corporate partner Peter Wilson and tax partner Michael Schler.
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