Pinsents and Freshfields advise on £385m Ferrovial utilities purchase
Pinsent Masons and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer have both played lead roles on Spanish infrastructure company Ferrovial's £385m acquisition of UK utilities and government services company Enterprise from private equity house 3i. The deal, which requires approval from the European Commission, will see Enterprise merged with Amey, the UK public services and infrastructure business purchased by Ferrovial in 2003. The combined company will have turnover of £2.3bn and a total of 21,000 employees – doubling the size of its UK infrastructure services footprint. It will offer services across the transport, utilities, justice, environmental services and facilities management sectors as well as consulting and asset management.
Pinsent Masons and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer have both played lead roles on Spanish infrastructure company Ferrovial’s £385m acquisition of UK utilities and government services company Enterprise from private equity house 3i.
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