Mayer Brown heads up raft of US firms on multibillion-dollar Caterpillar deal
A line-up of US firms have taken roles on Caterpillar's $7.6bn (£4.7bn) acquisition of mining equipment manufacturer Bucyrus International, reports The Am Law Daily. Mayer Brown advised Caterpillar on the the all-cash transaction - which when including debt, is valued at $8.6bn (£5.4bn) - with a team led by Chicago M&A partners John Sagan and William Kucera. Last month Mayer Brown advised Caterpillar on its €580m (£517m) acquisition of German engine maker MWM Holding, a deal with also handed roles to Clifford Chance and SJ Berwin.
A line-up of US firms have taken roles on Caterpillar’s $7.6bn (£4.7bn) acquisition of mining equipment manufacturer Bucyrus International, reports The Am Law Daily.
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