Trio of firms lead on £660m sell-off of 'bad bank' debt
Hogan Lovells, Weil Gotshal & Manges and DLA Piper have taken lead roles on Ireland’s National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) sale of £660m in debt it held on hotels including Claridges to the Barclay brothers. The deal, which closed last month (27 September), saw a vehicle owned by the Barclay brothers buy £660m debt of Maybourne Hotels Group – parent company of Claridges, The Berkeley and The Connaught – from NAMA.
Hogan Lovells, Weil Gotshal, DLA Piper head up debt sale to the Barclay brothers
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