Mayer Brown advises Cambria Automobiles on a £50 million admission to AIM
1 April 2010
1 April 2010 – Leading international law firm Mayer Brown has advised Cambria Automobiles plc regarding its admission to trading on AIM, which took place today. The British auto dealer listed at a value of £50 million.
Cambria Automobiles plc is one of the UK's fastest growing dealer groups. It recently acquired the Summit Auto Group which comprised Doves, Dees, Invicta and Grange. The dealerships cover a variety of new car franchises, including Aston Martin, Jaguar, Lotus, Mazda, Volvo, Ford, Citroen, Nissan, Fiat, Renault and Seat.
The Mayer Brown team included Corporate partners Kate Ball-Dodd and Andrew Sharples, Tax partner Andrew Stanger and Corporate associates Dominic Palmer and Sam Webster.
Fairfax acted as the nominated adviser to Cambria.
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