CC and Links secure lead roles on bond-backed finance for £1.2bn deal
Clifford Chance (CC) and Linklaters have advised on the financing of a £1.2bn European private equity deal. The deal, which closed earlier this month (5 May), saw Swedish buyout house EQT buy local refrigeration products manufacturer Dometic for SEK12bn (£1.2bn). EQT turned to Swedish law firm Vinge, where Stockholm M&A and private equity partner Christina Kokko took the lead on corporate aspects of the transaction.
Clifford Chance (CC) and Linklaters have advised on the financing of a £1.2bn European private equity deal.
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