Fuji Bank issues Kronor 5,590m (£377.7m) senior and mezzanine debt facilities to finance the acquisition of the leisure appliances business of Electrolux by EQT Northern Europe.

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Nabarro Nathanson is dropping its private client department, which Farrer & Co has picked up. Nabarros will lose the head of the private client team Jim Edmondson, partner Caroline Kirby, senior solicitor Helen Bryant and two secretaries at the end of August.Edmondson joined Nabarros through the 1995 merger with Turner Kenneth Brown, when the private […]

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