Trio of top City firms advise on £1.5bn Gatwick sell-off

October 22, 2009 Allen & Overy (A&O), Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Slaughter and May have advised on the sale of Gatwick Airport, Britain’s second-busiest airport.

Freshfields partner Laurie McFadden advised airports operator and Ferrovial subsidiary BAA on the £1.5bn sale to Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP).

GIP, a fund backed by GE and Credit Suisse that owns London City Airport, turned to previous adviser Slaughter and May, led by partner Mark Horton.

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