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Maples and Calder Advises Ocelot Partners Ltd on $425m IPO
03 Apr 2017
Maples and Calder's London office represented Ocelot Partners Limited, a British Virgin Islands ("BVI") company, in connection with its recent initial public offering ("IPO") on the London Stock Exchange. The special purpose acquisition company that successfully completed its $425m IPO is founded by LionTree Partners LLC, Andrew Barron and Martin E. Franklin. Maples and Calder acted as BVI counsel to Ocelot Partners and the team was led by partner Matthew Gilbert and included associate Christopher Oliver. The Maples and Calder team worked closely with Greenberg Traurig Maher LLP, who acted as English counsel to Ocelot Partners.
Advising on the laws of the BVI, the Cayman Islands, Ireland, Jersey and Luxembourg, our global corporate team provides expert legal advice to corporate clients on all corporate commercial matters. Our clients include major banks, multinationals and institutional investment firms, leading law and accountancy firms and a number of state / government entities across all industry sectors.