Dan Tierney has a broad M&A and corporate finance practice covering public and private M&A, private equity, and capital markets transactions.

Dan has extensive experience acting for multinational corporates, private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies, and sovereign wealth funds on cross-border transactions. He also frequently advises on shareholder activism, corporate governance, and other public company matters.

Dan joined the firm in 2014 from Slaughter and May in London. He previously spent a year in the firm’s Brussels office practicing EU antitrust law.

Notable Experience

  • Cascade Investment on its recommended $4.7 billion offer for Signature Aviation, as part of a consortium with Blackstone and Global Infrastructure Partners, which topped a prior $4.6 billion offer from Global Infrastructure Partners on a standalone basis.

  • Allied Universal on its recommended £3.8 billion offer for G4S plc, topping a hostile competing £3.7 billion bid from GardaWorld.

  • Euronext on its €4.4 billion acquisition of Borsa Italiana from the London Stock Exchange Group.

  • Ivanhoé Cambridge, the real estate arm of CDPQ, on its recommended offer (as part of a consortium) for easyHotel plc, which was subsequently converted to a mandatory offer.

  • The Abraaj Growth Markets Health Fund, a $1 billion impact health care fund, and its LPAC and interim manager on the fund’s separation from its original manager, Abraaj, in response to allegations of misconduct, and a complex transaction whereby TPG Growth took over the management of the fund’s asset portfolio (comprising eight health care assets across India, Pakistan, Nigeria, and Kenya).

  • The Coca-Cola Company on the $28 billion combination of its western European bottlers to form Coca-Cola European Partners plc (a UK plc listed on NYSE, LSE, Euronext Amsterdam, and the Spanish exchanges).

  • Lafarge on the UK aspects of its €40 billion merger with Holcim and various related transactions, including its £885 million acquisition of Anglo American’s 50% interest in their Lafarge Tarmac joint venture and the subsequent divestment by competitive auction of Lafarge Tarmac, as part of a package of assets, to CRH plc for approximately €6.5 billion, required to obtain EU antitrust approval for the merger.

  • Schroders plc, the FTSE 100 asset manager, on its acquisition of Adveq, a private equity fund of fund manager.

  • Warburg Pincus on its acquisition of Hygiena, a global microbiology and life science company.

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