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Weil Advises Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp. in its Pending $7.3 Billion Merger with Alight Solutions LLC

Weil is advising Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp., a SPAC sponsored by Bilcar FT, LP and Trasimene Capital FT, LP, in its pending $7.3 billion merger with Alight Solutions LLC, a leading cloud-based provider of integrated digital human capital and business solutions. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will operate as Alight, Inc. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021, subject to customary closing conditions.

The Weil team advising Foley Trasimene Acquisition Corp. is led by Mergers & Acquisitions partner Michael J. Aiello and includes Mergers & Acquisitions partner Sachin Kohli; Mergers & Acquisitions counsel Megan Pendleton; and Mergers & Acquisitions associates Michelle Sargent, Nour Bargach, Robert Sevalrud and Robert Duff. The team also includes Tax Head Joe Pari; International Tax Head Devon Bodoh; Tax associates Matthew Tippett and Carlos Parra; Capital Markets partner Heather Emmel; Capital Markets counsel Meera Sitaram; Capital Markets associate Anthony Zangrillo; Public Company Advisory Group partners Adé Heyliger and Lyuba Goltser; Public Company Advisory Group counsel Kaitlin Descovich; Executive Compensation & Benefits Head Paul Wessel; Executive Compensation & Benefits counsel Craig Olshan; Executive Compensation & Benefits associate Manleen Singh (Admitted in Illinois Only); Employment counsel Ivor Gwilliams and Thomas Weatherill; Banking & Finance partner Heather Viets; Banking & Finance associate Conor O’Muiri; Technology & IP Transactions partner Charan Sandhu; Technology & IP Transactions counsel Caroline Geiger; Technology & IP Transactions/Privacy associates Robert Brown, Catherine Kim and Alex Theuer (Not Yet Admitted in New York); Private Funds partner Dave Wohl; Structured Finance & Derivatives partner Shawn Kodes; Structured Finance & Derivatives associate Steve Chung; Antitrust partner John Scribner; Antitrust counsel Michael Naughton; and Antitrust associate Vivian Wang.