Hogan Lovells advises mandated lead arrangers on acquisition of The Gym
Hogan Lovells has advised the mandated lead arrangers on the acquisition of The Gym, which closed on 13 June.
Hogan Lovells has advised the mandated lead arranges on the acquisition of The Gym, which closed on 13 June.
The law firm’s banking team advised Proventus Capital Partners as Unitranche provider and HSBC as super senior RCF provider in relation to Phoenix Equity Partners’ acquisition of a majority stake in The Gym Group.
London banking partner Stuart Brinkworth led the Hogan Lovells team, assisted by senior associate Gert Raig and associate Julie Ngov.
Banking partner Paul Mullen advised HSBC on intercreditor issues.
Phoenix Capital Partners was advised on the debt side by Eversheds’ Patrick Davis.
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