Lawyers from Norton Rose Fulbright's Moscow and Warsaw offices participated in the firm's multi-jurisdictional team advising Sandvik AB on its EUR 943 million acquisition of DSI Underground, a multinational underground mining solutions company, from Triton Partners.
DSI Underground provides ground support and reinforcement technology for underground mines and tunnels and is active in over 70 countries. The transaction is expected to close by mid-2021 and is subject to relevant regulatory approvals.
Warsaw-based Partner Piotr Strawa ad Moscow-based Partner Julian Traill were on the firm's team, which was led by London-based Partner Chris Grieves and included New York-based Partner Mara Rogers, Mexico City-based Partner Hernan Gonzalez, Toronto-based Partner Troy Ungerman, Shanghai-based Partner Justin Wilson, Munich-based Partner Frank Henkel, Luxembourg-based Partner Torsten Sauer, Brisbane-based Partner Keira Brennan in Brisbane, and Sydney-based Partners Nick McHugh and Shamim Razavi, as well as Johannesburg-based Consultant Georg Kahle and Director Amber Kardamilakis, and London-based Senior Associate Sam Morrey and Associates Victoria Morris and Florence Childs. Ian Giles, the firm's London-based Head of Antitrust and Competition, Europe, Middle East and Asia, led on competition matters.