We talked to 7 insiders about the $27 billion Refinitiv-LSE deal. Here’s how one of the biggest data deals of the year came together.
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The London Stock Exchange has agreed to a $27 billion deal to buy data provider Refinitiv, just a year after the company was spun out of Thomson Reuters by private equity firm Blackstone.

The deal is being led by some of the biggest names in M&A in London, including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Evercore.

A media report about the deal talks triggered an scramble to get in front of the news, followed by a final sprint of negotiations and legal work, with lawyers and bankers holed up in a...

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