White & Case Advises Triton on £1.2 Billion Recommended Takeover of Clinigen Group plc
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Global law firm White & Case LLP is advising Triton Investment Management Limited (Triton) on its £1.2bn recommended takeover offer for Clinigen Group plc (Clinigen), through funds managed by Triton.
White & Case partner Dominic Ross, who is leading the Firm's deal team, said: "White & Case has built a strong relationship with Triton over recent years, advising on a number of significant mandates. This important UK P2P deal again demonstrates our real strength in public M&A, private equity and acquisition financing, as well as our deep knowledge and understanding of the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector. This deal also continues a strong year for the London White & Case M&A team, having advised on a significant number of large and complex public takeovers, advising both targets and bidders."
Clinigen is an AIM-listed global pharmaceutical services and products company focused on providing ethical access to medicines, by providing medicine and healthcare access to patients that would otherwise not get access. Clinigen operates from sites in North America, Europe, Africa and the Asia Pacific.
Triton is a leading European private equity investment firm with over €15.6 billion of capital raised from reputable institutional investors, pensions funds and insurance companies worldwide. Since inception, Triton has completed over 80 platform investments and made significant incremental capital available to support add-on acquisitions within four core focus areas: healthcare (including pharmaceuticals), consumer, business services and industrials.
The White & Case team advising on the transaction is being led by partners Dominic Ross, Colin Harley and Lucy Bullock (all London) and includes partners Marc Israel, Nicholas Greenacre, Ingrid York and Philip Trillmich (all London) and Katarzyna Czapracka (Brussels, Warsaw), with support from associates Ben von Maur, Omar Anwar, Oliver Trotman, Josh Crawley, Valeriya Anopchenko, Joao Lacerda, Dionne Boahene, Francesca MacSwiney, Zhengping Lu, Phemelo Paledi, Amy Detheridge and Claire Slunecko (all London).
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