LONDON, February 20, 2024 – Proskauer, a leading international law firm, announced today that it advised funds managed by Pemberton Asset Management on the financing of Charterhouse Capital Partners’ acquisition of Two Circles, a prominent data-driven sports marketing company.

Two Circles will continue to be led by CEO and co-founder, Gareth Balch, alongside the current management team, and the Two Circles team have reinvested in the company and increased their shareholding.

The transaction is anticipated to complete in Q1 2024.

The Proskauer team was led by partner Alex Griffith and included associates Phil Anscombe and Haris Ahmed (Private Credit). M&A advice was provided by partner Adam Creed and associate Jack Gladman (M&A). US financing support was provided by partner Bharat Moudgil and associate Andrew Monthey (Private Credit).

Assistance with Australian aspects of the deal was provided by Minter Ellison.

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