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Ogier acts for Tarsus Group in £561 million takeover bid effected by Scheme of Arrangement


15 August 2019



Ogier has acted as Jersey counsel for Tarsus Group plc, the London-listed international business-to-business media and events group, on its £561 million takeover by private equity firm Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP.

The transaction, which was carried out by way of a Jersey Scheme of Arrangement this week, completed following sanction by Jersey's Royal Court.

Partner Simon Dinning and managing associate Alexander Curry worked on the corporate aspects of the deal, and partner Nick Williams and managing associate James Angus advised on the elements of the transaction involving Jersey's Royal Court.

The Ogier team again worked alongside lead counsel Macfarlanes.

Simon Dinning said: "We are pleased to have worked with Macfarlanes on another major corporate M&A deal transacted by way of a Jersey Scheme of Arrangement."

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