Tata Steel Group’s signing a 50/50 joint venture with thyssenkrupp AG

De Brauw, as part of an integrated team with Slaughter and May in the United Kingdom and Hengeler Mueller in Germany, is advising Tata Steel Group on its 50/50 joint venture with thyssenkrupp AG.

The new joint venture will combine their European steel activities, and will be managed via a holding company based in the Netherlands. The joint venture will have flat steel shipments of around 21 million tonnes and a pro forma turnover of around EUR 15 billion per year.

Tata Steel Group is a leading global steel company thyssenkrupp AG is a German multinational corporation and one of the largest steel producers in the world.

De Brauw has advised Tata Steel Group on the deal with a team led by partners Anja Mutsaers (picture), alongside Mark Rebergen, Niek Biegman and Barbara Kloppert-van Duren.

Slaughter and May has advised Tata Steel Group with a team led by Robin Ogle, Padraig Cronin and Andrew McClean and Hengeler Mueller with a team led by Christof Jäckle and Karsten Schmidt-Hern.

 

Involved fees earner: Anja Mutsaers – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Mark Rebergen – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Niek Biegman – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Barbara Kloppert-van Duren – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Christof Jäckle – Hengeler Mueller; Karsten Schmidt-Hern – Hengeler Mueller; Robin Ogle – Slaughter and May; Padraig Cronin – Slaughter and May; Andrew McClean – Slaughter and May;

Law Firms: De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Hengeler Mueller; Slaughter and May;

Clients: Tata Steel;

 

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