G+T has advised Quadrant Private Equity on the acquisition of project consultancy TSA Management.
TSA is a project management and advisory firm that works across public and private projects from transaction management to project delivery.
G+T’s market-leading Corporate Advisory and Banking + Infrastructure teams advised on all aspects of the transaction including structuring, due diligence and financing.
The G+T team was led by Corporate Advisory Partner David Josselsohn with support from lawyers Ashleigh Kern, Ginia Kouznetsova, Jennifer Mulheron and Sam Kaelin and on the debt financing, led by Banking + Infrastructure Partner Gail Christopher with support from lawyers Elizabeth Athanassios, James Soussa and graduate Grace McCarthy. The Corporate team was also supported by specialists throughout the firm.
David Josselsohn said, “We are pleased to have advised our long-time client Quadrant with its first investment in its recently raised buyout fund and are excited to watch TSA’s growth and development under their partnership with the founders”.
G+T’s Corporate Advisory team, which boasts some of Australia’s leading M&A and Private Equity lawyers, has advised on many of Australia’s largest and most innovative transactions, including recently advising Quadrant on its acquisition of QMS, TPG Capital on its $1 billion acquisition of ASX-listed pets and vets company, Greencross Limited, Konekt on its acquisition by Advanced Personnel Management, DuluxGroup on its $3.8 billion acquisition by Nippon Paint and KKR on its $2 billion acquisition of MYOB.
G+T’s Banking team is recognised in the leading legal directories, and has advised on many of Australia’s largest financing transactions including recently advising KKR on the financing of its A$3.2 billion acquisition of Arnott’s, Adamantem Capital on the senior debt package for its acquisition of Legend Corporation and BGH Capital in relation to the c.A$1.145 billion unitranche financing in connection with their acquisition of global education group Navitas.