The finance team at Norton Rose has scored the lead role advising Samena Capital on the launch of its $200m (£108.25m) Special Situations Fund.
The fund is based in the Cayman Islands and is structured as a limited partnership. It will focus on the opportunities created by privatisation, liberalisation and restructuring.
The team was led by Norton Rose corporate finance partner Cathy Pitt and associate Tim Page, together with Ed Brogan. Maples & Calder provided Cayman law advice.