Deals roundup

City firm Rosenblatt is celebrating its first deal for new client Luminar. The firm advised Luminar on the £9.8m acquisition of 10 nightclubs from the Nightclub Company. The clubs are located across the UK. Rosenblatt was approached by Luminar for the work because of the reputation of senior partner Ian Rosenblatt. The deal was led by corporate partner Rosenblatt with Cathy Cearns. Hammonds and Speechly Bircham acted for the Nightclub Company.

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