Bankers involved in Musk’s takeover of Twitter may take $130 million

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 Titanium Media App reported on April 27 that data provider Dealogic said that investment bankers involved in Musk’s acquisition of Twitter are expected to receive compensation of between $85 million and $130 million. It's unclear how much Twitter (TWTR.N) will pay each bank, or how much Musk's team of advisers, led by Morgan Stanley , will be paid. Bank of America and Barclays also advised Musk and provided financing. People familiar with the matter said it was one of the fastest deals ever completed. Musk didn't get financial information outside of Twitter's public information, which expedited the process. There are also at least two weekends in a row for investment bank advisors to work through the night to get things done.

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