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WorleyParsons' $3.3 Billion Acquisition of Jacobs Energy, Chemicals, and Resources BusinessPerella Weinberg Partners LP is serving as financial advisor to Jacobs, and Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP is serving as legal counsel. Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz also served as legal advisor to Jacobs. Centerview Partners provided financial advice to the company.
Scorpio Tankers' $300 Million Follow-On Common Shares OfferingFried Frank acted as counsel to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BTIG, and Clarksons Platou Securities, as underwriters, in Scorpio Tankers' US$300 million follow-on equity offering of 162,162,163 common shares.
At Home Group's $331 Million Secondary Common Stock OfferingFried Frank acted as counsel to At Home Group, as issuer, and certain affiliates of AEA Investors, as selling stockholders, in a US$331 million registered secondary offering by the AEA selling stockholders and certain selling stockholders affiliated with CV Starr of an aggregate of 10,000,000 shares of common stock.
Yellow Wood Partners' Acquisition of WP-Paris HoldingsFried Frank acted as counsel to Yellow Wood Partners, LLC in its acquisition of WP-Paris Holdings Corp.
Novelis, Inc.'s $2.6 Billion Acquisition of Aleris CorporationNovelis' financial advisor is Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, and its legal advisor is Latham & Watkins LLP. Aleris' financial advisor is Moelis & Co., and its legal advisor is Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP. Additionally, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. advised the Aleris Board on certain matters.
At Home Group's $319 Million Secondary Common Stock OfferingFried Frank acted as counsel to At Home Group, as issuer, and certain affiliates of AEA Investors, as selling stockholders, in a US$319 million registered secondary offering of an aggregate of 8,450,000 shares of common stock, which included a partial exercise of an option to purchase additional shares.
Standard Media Group's Acquisition of 9 television stations from Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc.RBC Capital Markets acted as exclusive financial advisor and Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP acted as legal advisor to Standard Media in connection with this transaction. RBC Capital Markets is sole lead arranger on the committed debt financing in support of the Transaction Fried Frank acted as counsel to Sinclair Broadcast Group
Nant Capital's $500 Million Acquisition of Los Angeles Times and The San Diego Union-TribuneFried Frank acted as counsel to Nant Capital, LLC in its definitive agreement to acquire the Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union-Tribune and various titles in the California News Group from tronc, Inc. (NASDAQ: TRNC) for US$500 million in cash, plus the assumption of US$90 million in pension liabilities.
Riverstone Holdings and Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division's $1.6 Billion Acquisition of Lucid Energy Group's Delaware Basin SubsidiaryFried Frank acted as counsel to Goldman Sachs' Merchant Banking Division (MBD) in its agreement to invest across West Street Energy Partners, West Street Infrastructure Partners III, and West Street Capital Partners VII, (collectively the “West Street Investors”), together with Riverstone Holdings LLC (“Riverstone”), to purchase the equity securities of Lucid Energy Group II, LLC (“Lucid II”) in a 50:50 joint venture arrangement for approximately US$1.6 billion in cash.
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