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Deals of the week - April 23 2012

TYPE OF DEAL

VALUE

ACQUIRER

TARGET

ADVISER TO ACQUIRER (TAX)

ADVISER TO TARGET (TAX)

Acquisition

$4.4 billion

SXC Health Solutions

Catalyst Health Solutions

Sidley Austin

Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy / Stikeman Elliott - Dean Kraus, John O'Connor

Acquisition

$2.8 billion

Couche-Tard

Statoil

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg / Eversheds

Thommessen

Junior subordinated debenture and warrant repurchase

$2.4 billion

The Hartford

Allianz

Sullivan & Cromwell

Acquisition

$2.04 billion

TE Connectivity

Deutsch Group

Davis Polk & Wardwell

Linklaters

Acquisition

$1.15 billion

CPPIB

Grupo Costanera

Sullivan & Cromwell

Whie & Case

Acquisition

$1.13 billion

Audi

Ducati

Chiomenti

Acquisition

$850 million

Toshiba Tec

IBM (point-of-sale terminal business)

Morrison & Foerster / Stikeman Elliott

Cravath Swaine & Moore

Acquisition

$199.2 million

M2 Telecommunications

Primus Telcom

Lander & Rogers

TYPE OF DEAL

VALUE

ISSUER / BORROWER

LEAD MANAGERS / ARRANGERS

ADVISER TO ISSUER / BORROWER

ADVISER TO LEAD MANAGERS

Initial Public Offering

$477 million

MRC Global

Goldman Sachs / Barclays

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson

Davis Polk & Wardwell - Michael Farber, Isaac MacDonald

Revolving Credit Facility

$155 million

Ausdrill

Commonwealth Bank of Australia

King & Wood Mallesons

Freehills

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