Area of focus

Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions

We are renowned for handling cross-border M&A of all types and sizes across all industry sectors. We apply a unique combination of global experience and local knowledge. Our M&A team represents companies, financial sponsors, investors, and significant shareholders across the full range of multijurisdictional...

Representative experience

Affinia Group, Inc. on its US$1.325bn sale to MANN+HUMMEL.

Allergan on the US$40.5bn sale of its generics business.

Alstom on its €700m acquisition of GE’s Intelligent Transportation Solutions business.

Brookfield Infrastructure and a consortium of investors on its €3.56bn acquisition of TDF.

Daimler, Audi, and BMW on the €2.8bn acquisition of HERE, a mapping business owned by Nokia.

Dell on the US$3.055bn sale of its global information technology services division to NTT Data.

Fluor on its €695m acquisition of Stork Technical Services from Arle.

HNA Group on its US$2.8bn acquisition of Swissport International Ltd from PAI Partners and its US$1.5bn takeover of the Swiss Airline caterer business of Gategroup.

Honeywell on its US$1.5bn acquisition of warehouse automation and logistics provider, Intelligrated Inc.

Senior management of Iglo Group on its €2.6bn sale to Nomad Holdings.

Kingdom Holding Company on its US$247.7m investment in Lyft Inc.

Novartis on its US$16.5bn acquisition of  GlaxoSmithKline’s oncology business.

Paysafe Group Plc on its €1.1bn acquisition of Sentinel Topco Limited and its subsidiaries (Skrill Group) from Sentinel Group Holdings S.A.

Marvell Technology Group Ltd. on its US$6bn acquisition of Cavium, Inc.

Oracle Corporation on its AUD1.6bn acquisition of Aconex, a leading cloud-based solutions company that manages team collaboration for construction projects.

PPG Industries on its US$2.3bn acquisition of Consorcio Comex, S.A. de C.V.

UnitedHealth Group on is US$2.7bn acquisition of Chile-based Empresas Banmédica, a health care provider and insurer with operations in Chile, Colombia, and Peru.

Walmart in its US$16bn acquisition of a majority stake in Flipkart.

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