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Clarkslegal act for Granahan McCourt Capital on acquisition of Strategic Imperatives

Clarkslegal’s corporate team, led by Ashan Arif and Jacob Montague, has advised Granaham McCourt Capital on its multi-million-pound acquisition of Strategic Imperatives.

Granaham McCourt Capital is a global leader in technology, media and telecommunications, committed to delivering world-leading infrastructure.  Strategic Imperatives is a future-focussed provided of cloud-based monetisation, billing and provisioning solutions that create and support commercial opportunities for the telecoms industry.

Partner at GMC, Santiago Corredoira-Jack said: “Clarkslegal acted for GMC as our legal advisor in a complex M&A international transaction.  Specifically, Clarkslegal executed the legal due diligence and led the legal drafting and negotiation of all contracts required in a complex corporate deal due to tax and deal structuring reasons. We would recommend Clarks as a leading corporate legal advisor in UK M&A due to their ability to work under a closed budget while keeping the highest professional standards and delivering a top professional advise under total availability, impressive technical-legal know-how and capacity to focus on the key matters at stake.”

We would recommend Clarks as a leading corporate legal advisor in UK M&A due to their ability to work under a closed budget while keeping the highest professional standards and delivering a top professional advise under total availability, impressive technical-legal know-how and capacity to focus on the key matters at stake.”

Ashan Arif commented: “It was an excellent transaction to be part of – a real challenging tax driven deal structure to get to grips with and negotiate, and we are delighted to have successful completed this to the satisfaction of everyone involved.  We very much look forward to building on our relationship with GMC”.

Clarkslegal corporate team specialise in advising on mergers and acquisitions.

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