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Trowers & Hamlins advises Intertain on acquisition of online gaming company

Trowers & Hamlins is pleased to have advised new client The Intertain Group Limited ("Intertain"), the TSXV-listed online gaming company, on its acquisition of leading online bingo provider, Mandalay Media Limited ("Mandalay").

Sale of vMonitor to Rockwell Automation, Inc.

Trowers & Hamlins' Abu Dhabi office has advised long-standing client Control and Applications Group (CAG) on the sale of vMonitor, one of their subsidiaries and a global technology leader for wireless solutions in the oil and gas industry, to Rockwell Automation, Inc., a NYSE-listed company specialising in industrial automation and information.

Sale of Target Engineering Construction Co LLC to Arabtec Holdings PJCS

Trowers & Hamlins is acting for the founding shareholders on the sale of 38% of the share capital of Target Engineering Construction Co LLC (Target) to Arabtec Holdings PJCS (Arabtec), which was a 60% shareholder of Target.  The transaction is valued at approximately US $73 million.

GB Social Housing Plc - Establishment of a £2 billion social housing bond programme

Trowers & Hamlins advised Trifinium Advisers UK Limited on setting up a £2 billion social housing bond programme via a special purpose vehicle bond issuer, GB Social Housing Plc, and subsequent on lending under the programme of a total of £85 million to three Registered Providers.

Trowers & Hamlins advises EastCoal Inc. on its £9.5 million admission to AIM

Trowers & Hamlins, the City and international law firm, has advised EastCoal Inc. (the Company) on its £9.5 million placing and admission to AIM. The approximate market capitalisation of the Company immediately following admission is anticipated to be £39.7 million, based on a price of 12.21 pence per share at which the fundraising was conducted.