Conyers advises Headland Capital Partners and CHAMP Private Equity on privatisation
Conyers Dill & Pearman has advised Headland Capital and CHAMP Private Equity on the $500m (£305m) privatisation of Miclyn Express Offshore (MIO), a provider of service vessels to the expanding offshore oil and gas industry, from the Australian Stock Exchange.
Manta 2 Holdings, a wholly owned subsidiary of Manta Holding (jointly owned by Headland Capital and CHAMP Private Equity), amalgamated with MIO to effect the privatisation.
Co-chair of Conyers David Lamb and associate Angie Chu, both based in Conyers’ Hong Kong office, acted in this matter, working alongside Herbert Smith Freehills, Rippledot Capital Advisers, Latham & Watkins, Gilbert Tobin and Allen & Gledhill.
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