Conyers advises Luxoft Holding on BVI aspects of its secondary public offering
Conyers Dill & Pearman has advised Luxoft Holding, a European IT service provider, on all British Virgin Islands (BVI) law aspects of its secondary public offering.
The secondary share sale was by nine-per-cent shareholder Rus Lux, a unit of Romanian investment bank VTB Capital, which raised $95.2m (£57m).
Counsel Audrey M Robertson and associate Cora Miller advised Luxoft Holding.
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