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Freshfields advises Oracle in its $15 billion aggregate principal amount of senior debt securities

A team from Freshfields has advised Oracle Corporation on its SEC-registered debt offering of $15 billion aggregate principal amount of senior debt securities, consisting of $2.75 billion aggregate principal amount of 1.650% notes due 2026, $2 billion aggregate principal amount of 2.300% notes due 2028, $3.25 billion aggregate principal amount of 2.875% notes due 2031, $2.25 billion aggregate principal amount of 3.650% notes due 2041, $3.25 billion aggregate principal amount of 3.950% notes due 2051 and $1.5 billion aggregate principal amount of 4.100% notes due 2061.

Oracle provides products and services that address enterprise information technology environments. Oracle’s products and services include applications and infrastructure offerings that are delivered worldwide through a variety of flexible and interoperable IT deployment models.

More details about the transaction can be found here.

The Freshfields team was led by partner Sarah Solum, counsel Brian Lewis, associates Rebecca Mitstifer and Alex Canahuate, law clerk Amy Fisher and senior corporate paralegal Sangeetha Rao. Tax advice was provided by partner Robert Scarborough and counsel Dennis Caracristi, while IP advice was provided by partner Mena Kaplan and special counsel Peter Jaffe.

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