Links, Travers and DLA lead on David Lloyd Leisure sale
Linklaters, DLA Piper and Travers Smith have taken the lead roles on the sale of David Lloyd Leisure to private equity group TDR Capital for a reported value of £750m. Linklaters advised TDR on M&A aspects of the deal, with a team led by corporate partner David Holdsworth. DLA Piper took the lead role for David Lloyd Leisure Operations Holdings, with corporate partner Ed Griffiths heading up the firm’s team. The company is jointly owned by private equity firm Caird Capital and London & Regional Holdings Limited. Travers private equity partner Paul Dolman advised David Lloyd’s management.
Firms take top roles as TDR Capital buys leisure group for £750m
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