Corporate and M&AMarch 07, 2019

Dillon Eustace advises Causeway Capital on GTI investment

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Dillon Eustace advised Causeway Capital on its recent investment in GTI, the leading graduate recruitment business in the UK and Ireland, through an Irish Investment Vehicle.

The investment will allow GTI to accelerate its roll-out of new technology and data services enabling graduate recruiters to identify and attract top talent, and universities to improve student employment outcomes.

Causeway Capital invested alongside Mark Blythe, one of the original founders of GTI.

The deal marks Causeway Capital’s seventh investment in total and its second transaction in 2019 (following its recent acquisition of Patisserie Valerie).

Burges Salmon led the transaction with Dillon Eustace’s Corporate and Banking departments advising on the Irish law aspects of the investment.

The Dillon Eustace team was led by Catherine Hicks, Senior Associate at the Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions team, with the support of Conor Keaveny, Partner, Banking and Capital Markets.

Commenting on the deal, Catherine Hicks, Senior Associate Corporate M&A, said: “Our integrated service approach and expertise in Irish investment vehicles ensure clients receive seamless corporate and commercial advice. We are delighted to have advised Causeway Capital on their investment in GTI and look forward to the further growth of its exciting portfolio.”