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    04-02-2022

    Eversheds Sutherland advises Sinclair Pharma on its acquisition of Viora Group 

    A multi-disciplinary team from Eversheds Sutherland has advised long-standing client, Sinclair Pharma, on its acquisition of the group of companies that form the Viora Group.

    Sinclair Pharma, a global aesthetics company headquartered in London and a fully-owned subsidiary of Huadong Medicine Company Limited,  acquired Viora Group’s many aesthetic and non-invasive medical brands, which operate in the US with a global distribution network across over 60 countries.   

    Corporate partner Simon Masters led the Eversheds Sutherland team supported by Emma Greenwood (Legal Director),  Gillian McKechnie (Associate) and Robyn Thompson (Associate) together with a multidisciplinary team from Eversheds Sutherland’s offices in the UK and the United States.   The team worked alongside local law firm Herzog, Fox & Neeman in Tel Aviv who advised on the Israeli aspects of the transaction.

    Jayne Burrell, Group GC, Sinclair Pharma, said:

    “We were pleased to once again work with Simon and the team at Eversheds Sutherland as we bring the Viora Group into Sinclair Pharma’s global network of aesthetic products and brands. My thanks to the team for ensuring this transaction was handled smoothly and efficiently.”

    Simon Masters, commented:

    “This was a complex, multi-jurisdictional deal which required seamless, international service. It has been a pleasure to work with Jayne and the team at Sinclair Pharma again as they continue to expand their markets across the globe. This acquisition will boost Sinclair Pharma’s global platform and reach and we look forward to continuing to work alongside them as their journey continues.”  

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