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Allen & Overy Advises HBOS On Merger With Lloyds

Allen & Overy Advises HBOS On Merger With Lloyds TSB Group

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Allen & Overy LLP said today that it is advising HBOS plc on its proposed merger talks with Lloyds TSB Group plc.

The Allen & Overy team is being led by corporate partner and HBOS relationship partner Alistair Asher, and corporate partner David Broadley, assisted by senior associate Gordon Milne. Anti trust partner Mark Friend is advising on the complex regulatory issues.

Commenting, Alistair Asher said: "We are delighted to be working alongside the HBOS team again to help them announce this deal. Our close working relationship enabled us to put together this proposed merger in a week of unprecedented challenge for the global financial markets. This deal re-emphasises our market leadership in the FIG sector."


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