Allen & Overy advises Tank & Rast Group on placement on bonds
Allen & Overy has advised Tank & Rast Group on the successful placement of €460m (£390m) senior second-lien high-yield bonds and on the placement of a €240m PIK facility in connection with its comprehensive refinancing.
The Allen & Overy team was led by partners Gernot Wagner (US corporate finance) and Thomas Neubaum (banking and finance) and included partners Dr Oliver Seiler (capital markets), Dr Heike Weber (tax), Mark Manson-Bahr (banking and finance) and Dr Olaf Otting (public law), counsel Bianca Engelmann (banking and finance), counsel Klaus D Hahne (tax) and counsel Dr Knut Sauer (capital markets), senior associates Dr Urs Lewens (banking and finance), Dr Susanne Lenz (US corporate finance), James Taylor (banking and finance), Dr Udo Olgemöller (public law) and Dr Christian Hilmes (corporate) and associates Rebecca Emory (US corporate finance), Dr Alexander Schlee (capital markets), Elke Funken-Hötzel, Dr Alexander Schilling (both banking and finance) and Yannick Adler (US corporate finance).
US tax law advice was provided by partner Jack Heinberg and associate Caroline Lapidus.
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