Dell in $24 Billion Deal to go Private

The New York Times

Dell in $24 Billion Deal to go Private

Cahill also represented Barclays and Credit Suisse and the other initial purchasers in connection with the $1.5 billion offering of notes by a subsidiary of Dell, also used to partially fund the acquisition which has been reported to be the largest leveraged buyout completed since 2007 and among the largest U.S. buyouts completed to date.

In similar deals, Cahill is representing the lead banks in the pending $5.4 billion buyout of auto-parts maker Gates Global and represented the leading banks in acquisition financing transactions for the buyouts of H.J. Heinz, Dole Foods, Active Network, BMC Software, DuPont Performance Coatings and Supervalu’s Albertsons supermarkets.