04 May 2017 | 03:09 pm |
International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised Rcapital, in relation to its backing of property consultancy, Cluttons LLP.
The UK based private investor has entered into a partnership with Cluttons to support its corporate restructuring and future growth. Cluttons has around 450 employees and 32 partners and a strong presence in the UK and multi-service international offices in UAE, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
The Pinsent Masons team was led by Restructuring partner Steve Cottee, who commented: “We were pleased to use our professional practices expertise to advise Rcapital on this complicated, fast-moving and multi-jurisdictional transaction. This partnership will help secure jobs, preserves the firm’s historic brand name and protect its client’s interests.”
Pinsent Masons has a market leading Restructuring practice and has advised on all major law firm restructurings in recent years including King & Wood Mallesons, Parabis, Davenport Lyons, Manches, Jeffrey Green Russell, Cobbetts and Halliwells, Harris Cartier and Linder Myers.
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