Dickinson Dees, Pinsent Masons and Walker Morris have acted on a £48m acquisition of architectural hardware company Carlisle Brass. Pinsent Masons advised Heywood Williams Group, a specialist distributor of architecture hardware, on its acquisition of the company. The deal was arranged by Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets and was funded by a banking syndicate involving Bank of Scotland and National Australia Bank, which were advised in-house. Walker Morris acted for Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets and was led by Peter Considine on the banking side. The team Pinsents was led by Manchester corporate partner Helen Ridge and by banking partner Mark Yates. The vendor of Carlisle Brass, Robin Graham, was advised by Dickinson Dees.
Clifford Chance is set to confirm Mark Campbell and David Dunnigan for another four years as heads of banking and capital markets respectively. Partners were informed on Thursday ( 12 October) that after the close of the nominations, no candidates had come forward to stand against the incumbents. There is now a vote to confirm […]