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Mayer Brown advises ARM Holdings on the acquisition of Sansa Security

3 August 2015
London - Mayer Brown has advised the world's leading semiconductor intellectual property (IP) supplier, ARM Holdings plc, on its acquisition of Israel-based Sansa Security, a provider of hardware security IP and software for advanced system-on-chip components deployed in Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile devices.

Sansa Security currently enables security in more than 150 million products a year and its technology is deployed across a range of smart connected devices and enterprise systems, complementing and extending ARM’s security technology capability.

Richard Page, Corporate & Securities partner at Mayer Brown, commented: “We are delighted to have advised ARM on this cross-border acquisition, demonstrating our ability to align our international capabilities to support clients in their global transactions.”

The Mayer Brown team was led by Corporate & Securities partner Richard Page and included Corporate & Securities partner Paul de Bernier (LA) and associates Jonathan Musker (London) and Stephanie Hurst (LA); IP partner Mark Prinsley, senior associate Oliver Yaros and associate Jonathan Dack (all London); Tax Transactions & Consulting partner James Hill and associate Kitty Swanson (both London); and Employment & Benefits partner Nicholas Robertson and senior associate Purvis Ghani (both London).

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