Allen & Overy has advised the management of Memsource on the sale of its majority stake to the Carlyle Group. White & Case reportedly advised the Carlyle Group on the deal.
Allen & Overy reports that “the transaction was unique in terms of its complexity, as it was governed by English law and included a Luxembourg structure of the holding company in which the existing shareholders of Memsource subscribed their shares.”
Allen & Overy’s team in the Czech Republic included Partner Prokop Verner and Senior Associate Jakub Cech, and was assisted by Consultant Hugh Owen of Go2Law. The firm’s team in Luxembourg included Partner Jean Schaffner, Counsel Marc Tkatcheff and Associates Guillaume Foillard and Benjamin Dahan, while its team in London included Partner Tim Harrop and Associate Joseph Fallon.