Minter Ellison advises Permira on the sale of Renaissance Learning to Hellman & Friedman

Funds managed by European private equity firm Permira have announced a definitive agreement to sell Renaissance Learning to private equity firm Hellman & Friedman for $1.1bn (£660m). Minter Ellison partner David Pratley and special counsel Michael Ward advised Permira on all Australian tax aspects of the deal.

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