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Mallesons Stephen Jacques, Clayton Utz and McCullogh Robertson have acted on a deal in which an Australian-based provider of outsourced television production services, Global Television (GTV),…

Mallesons Stephen Jacques, Clayton Utz and McCullogh Robertson have acted on a deal in which anAustralian-based provider of outsourced television production services, Global Television (GTV), acquired post production house Cutting Edge.

Mallesons acted for Catalyst's portfolio company, GTV, on its acquisition and simultaneous refinancing of GTV's existing debt facilities.

The merged outside broadcasting business now gives GTV an expanded fleet of high definition outside broadcast trucks - ranging from small, six-camera vans to HD super trucks that accommodate up to 35 production and technical operators.

The Mallesons team was led by M&A partner Lee Horan and senior associate Ryan Thorne, who were supported by solicitors Peggy Ching, James Yao and law graduate Iris Eow.

Finance partner Richard Hayes and senior associate Andrew Maynes led the banking team which included solicitor Will Stawell and law graduate Sarah Hickey.

Clayton Utz acted for the banks and McCullough Robertson acted for Cutting Edge.

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