Merger Notification M/21/032 – Bank of America / CVC Credit / Celtic Roads Group (Waterford) DAC (JV)

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M-21-032 Announcement

Transaction details

The proposed acquisition of joint control of Celtic Roads Group (Waterford) DAC by Bank of America Corporation, through its subsidiary Merrill Lynch International, and CVC Credit Partners Group Holding Foundation has been cleared by the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.

Notification date Decision date
Wednesday June 30, 2021 Thursday, July 15, 2021
Parties Involved Business activities
Bank of America Corporation

Bank of America Corporation is a global investment bank and financial services provider headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. Merrill Lynch International is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation. Merrill Lynch International's primary business activities include brokerage and dealing in equities and
fixed income, currency and commodities financial instruments, investment banking
advisory and underwriting services, post trade related services and equity and fixed
income research.

CVC Credit Partners Group Holding Foundation

CVC Credit Partners Group Holding Foundation (“CVC Credit”) is an investment management firm with offices in London and New York. CVC Credit is active in the provision of financial services and more particularly in the activity of investing in diverse credit strategies.

Celtic Roads Group (Waterford) DAC

Celtic Roads Group (Waterford) DAC operates the N25 under a Public Private Partnership Agreement with Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

Economic sector Media merger
Other Services No
Submissions from third parties due by:
Phase 1 Phase 2
Wednesday, July 14, 2021
Current status: Completed
Cleared (Phase 1)
Authorised Officer Assigned Contact Details
Tommy Burke
01 402 5503

Peter Honer
+ 353 85 877 5412

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