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Mayer Brown European Private Equity team advises Stirling Square Capital Partners on purchase of The Magnum Corporation and subsidiaries in the US and France

5 December 2017

London— Mayer Brown advised London-based private equity client Stirling Square Capital Partners LLP on the acquisition of The Magnum Corporation and its subsidiaries including Caltherm Corporation in the US and Vernet SAS in France.

The Magnum Corporation is a holding company which wholly owns subsidiaries Caltherm and Vernet, who are industry-leading manufacturers of thermostatic and pressure control devices. Stirling Square Capital Partners purchased Magnum and Caltherm in the US and shares in Vernet in France.

The Mayer Brown team was led by Private Equity partners Perry Yam (London) and Olivier Aubouin (Paris). The team included Corporate & Securities senior associate Joanne Maitland (London), senior associate Clotilde Billat, paralegal Renan Lombard-Platet, Tax partners Benjamin Homo and Tax counsel Elodie Deschamps (all Paris). Finance advice was provided by Andrew Crotty (London), Patrick Teboul (Paris) and Constance Bouchet (Paris).

Mayer Brown's leading global Private Equity practice has dedicated lawyers in the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, who advise on all aspects of private equity transactions.

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