Slaughters and Macfarlanes take lead roles on cut-price sale of Comet
Slaughter and May and Macfarlanes have lined up to advise on the sale of struggling UK electrical retailer Comet Group to private equity house OpCapita for just £2. Slaughters is advising Comet parent company Kesa Electricals on the sale of Comet’s stores as well as subsidiaries, fielding a team including corporate partner Simon Robinson, finance partner Andrew McClean, tax partner Graham Iversen and pension and employment partner Eddie Codrington.
Slaughter and May and Macfarlanes have lined up to advise on the sale of struggling UK electrical retailer Comet Group to private equity house OpCapita for just £2.
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