Magic circle trio advise on Aviva's £1bn sale of RAC to Carlyle
Slaughter and May, Clifford Chance (CC) and Linklaters have taken lead roles on Aviva's £1bn sale of its RAC roadside rescue business to Carlyle Group. Slaughters advised Aviva, fielding a team led by corporate partner Richard Smith, while CC acted for Carlyle on the acquisition, which comes after a bidding battle involving private equity houses including Clayton Dubilier & Rice, BC Partners and Bain Capital.
Slaughter and May, Clifford Chance (CC) and Linklaters have taken lead roles on Aviva’s £1bn sale of its RAC roadside rescue business to Carlyle Group.
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