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Beth Troy


New York

Troy Beth
Beth Troy


New York

Beth’s practice focuses on representing publicly traded and privately held companies, private equity firms and other investors in complex domestic and cross-border corporate and transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and financing transactions, across a broad range of industries. She has extensive experience representing private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies in leveraged buyouts and other investment transactions and regularly counsels clients on corporate governance and general securities matters.

Beth is a member of the New York City Bar Committee on Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Control Contests.

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Experience highlights



Corporate and M&A

Private Equity


Private Equity


New York

1221 Avenue of the Americas
New York
NY 10020

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Admitted: Bar of the State of New York, 2000


J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 1999

B.A., cum laude,College of the Holy Cross, 1996

Other noteworthy experience 


  • Exponent Private Equity on the proposed sale of the BBI Group to Novo Holdings for an enterprise value of over £400 million.
  • Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners on its acquisition, alongside Bellinger Asset Management, of a performing aircraft loan portfolio from National Australia Bank Ltd., and the launch of an aviation platform.
  • Algeco Investments B.V. and Arrow Holdings S.a. r.l., portfolio companies of TDR Capital, in connection with the USD1.3bn sale of the specialty rental accommodation and hospitality businesses of Target Logistics Management and RL Signor Holdings to a Nasdaq-listed special purpose acquisition company, including a USD125m senior secured ABL facility and a USD340m bond offering.
  • Algeco Scotsman, a portfolio company of TDR Capital, in connection with the restructuring and USD1.1 billion carve out sale of its North American modular space and portable storage business, Williams Scotsman, to a Nasdaq-listed special purpose acquisition company, including the USD900m committed debt financing.
  • Ardian Buyout on its acquisition of Study Group from Providence Equity Partners.
  • EG Group, a privately-held convenience store and petrol retailer with a footprint across Europe, in its USD2.15bn acquisition of the convenience store and gas station business unit of The Kroger Company.
  • EG Group on the acquisition of Cumberland Farms, which operates 562 convenience retail stores and fuel stations across the U.S.
  • IMO Car Wash Group Limited on the EUR970m sale of the International Car Wash Group (ICWG), the world’s largest car wash operator, to Roark Capital Group.
  • WillScot Corporation on numerous transactions, including the USD1.2bn acquisition of Pennsylvania-based competitor, Modular Space Holdings, Inc. and the USD235m add-on acquisition of Acton Mobile Holdings, LLC and its subsidiary.

Published work

  • The High Cost of Efficiency: Mandatory Arbitration in the Securities Industry, 26 Fordham Urb. L.J. 311 (1999)
  • Harnessing Payne: Controlling the Admission of Victim Impact Statements to Safeguard Capital Sentencing Hearings from Passion and Prejudice, 25 Fordham Urb. L.J. 601, 628 (1998)