Gowling WLG advised SCI Liberté on this financing. Arsene and Linklaters advised Tristan Capital Partners. Taylor Wessing advised the banks. Gide Loyrette Nouel advised the sellers.
EPISO 5, a fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners, acquired through an OPPCI the real estate company SCI Liberté from two French institutional investors.
SCI Liberté owns a real estate complex located in Charenton-le-Pont (94) known as “Campus Liberté 2”, made up of 6 office buildings for a total area of circa 46 000 sqm, rented to Natixis and including various facilities such as fitness premises, auditoriums, a training space, a tennis court and restauration areas.
In the context of this share deal, SCI Liberté entered into a loan agreement with the banks DZ HYP AG and SMBC BANK EU AG for the purposes of, amongst others, refinancing its existing indebtedness toward the sellers.
Gowling WLG (Danhoé Reddy-Girard, partner; Wendy Au, associate) advised SCI Liberté on this financing.
The following law firms also participated to this transaction:
-Taylor Wessing (Alfred Fink, partner; Thomas Coëffé, counsel ; Elise Milani, associate) for the lenders;
-Linklaters (Francoise Maigrot, partner; Saadoun Alioua, Camille Lapeyre Sabatie de Chavardes, associates) for the purchaser on the acquisition aspects;
-Arsène Taxand (François Lugand, partner, Julie Usseglio-Viretta, managing associate) for the purchaser on the tax aspects;
-Gide Loyrette Nouel (Renaud Baguenault de Puchesse, partner, Mehdy Abbas Khaili, associate) for the sellers.
Involved fees earner: François Lugand – Arsene Taxand; Julie Usseglio-Viretta – Arsene Taxand; Wendy Au – Gowling WLG; Danhoe Reddy-Girard – Gowling WLG; Saadoun Alioua – Linklaters; Camille Lapeyre Sabatie de Chavardes – Linklaters; Françoise Maigrot – Linklaters; Thomas Coëffé – Taylor Wessing; Alfred Fink – Taylor Wessing; Elise Milani – Taylor Wessing;