The Adient Group is a global leader in automotive seating with 84,000 employees operating in 214 manufacturing and assembly plants in 32 countries worldwide.

The Jersey team at Appleby consisted of Corporate Partner Wendy Benjamin and Senior Associate, Kevin McQuillan.

Speaking about the transaction, Wendy Benjamin commented; “We are delighted to have advised JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. on the Jersey aspects of this high value deal which demonstrates our expertise in financing transactions”.

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