Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Clifford Chance (CC) have taken lead roles on French media conglomerate Vivendi’s £83m acquisition of See Tickets, Britain’s second-largest ticketing agency. Gibson Dunn acted for the acquirers on the deal, which comes just nine months after Vivendi took over leading French online ticket retailer Digitick. The US law firm fielded London and Paris-based teams led by corporate partners James Barabas and Ariel Harroch respectively. The sellers – Netherlands-based private equity firm Parcom Capital – instructed magic circle firm CC on the transaction, which ends months of speculation about the future of See Tickets following the sale of its German division to European market leader CTS Eventim last year.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Clifford Chance (CC) have taken lead roles on French media conglomerate Vivendi’s £83m acquisition of See Tickets, Britain’s second-largest ticketing agency. Gibson Dunn...
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