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Eversheds Sutherland International completes double deal for Zeus Capital Limited

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    Eversheds Sutherland (International) has advised Zeus Capital on two consecutive AIM listings.

    The two listings are the admission of GYG Plc, a market leading superyacht and maintenance company, and the flotation of discretionary fund manager Tatton Asset Management Plc.

    The IPO gives GYG Plc, which operates throughout Europe and the United States, a market capitalisation of £46.6m before trading.

    Tatton Asset Management, which comprises DFM Tatton Capital, Paradigm Partners and Paradigm Mortgage Services, will have a market capitalisation of £87.2m before trading. With £10m of new money raised, this IPO marks a significant milestone for the next stage of the group’s development.

    The Eversheds Sutherland corporate team was led by Partner Simon Masters and Principal Associate Nicola Brookes, with assistance from Associates, Laura Evans and Annika Unsworth who worked alongside Dan Bate, Martin Green and Giles Balleny at Zeus Capital. Advice was also provided by the Eversheds Sutherland teams in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands.

    Simon Masters, Partner and Head of the Manchester Corporate Team, Eversheds Sutherland, commented:

    “These are two great opportunities for Zeus Capital which we were very pleased to have supported on. Deals like this just go to show that the appetite of investors in the current market is becoming more diverse and businesses in new sectors such as these are being viewed as undiscovered investment potential.”

    Dan Bate, Director, Corporate Finance, Zeus Capital, commented:

    “The Eversheds Sutherland team continues to provide us with excellent legal advice and valuable commercial insights. The firm’s international capability also paid dividends, easily enabling us to draw on expertise from its offices in Spain, Germany and the Netherlands. We look forward to working with them again.”


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