HSF and CMS plug in for BP's acquisition of UK's biggest electric car charging network

Pair of panel firms brought in to advise oil giant on Chargemaster purchase

Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) and CMS have advised BP on its acquisition of the UK’s biggest electric car charging network.

Chargemaster, which was founded in 2008, manufactures and maintains electrical charging units, as well as operating 6,500 charging points at 1,200 petrol stations across the UK.

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