The entire portfolio was originally valued at €1.5bn and comprises assets across Europe and the US.
WFW advises RIVE Private Investment, LCI and Turning Rock Partners on acquisition of 19 helicopters11 July 2022
The portfolio includes notably eight Leonardo AW139 and other helicopters built by leading manufacturers including Airbus Helicopters, Bell, Leonardo and Sikorsky, and leased out to respected international operators.
The acquired portfolio includes a diversified portfolio of 15 equity joint venture investments, consisting of a fleet of circa 76 high-quality vessels within the product/chemical tanker, dry bulk, LPG, container and offshore services segments.
WFW advises Deutsche Börse on sale of 50% stakes in REGIS-TR S.A. and REGIS-TR UK LTD20 October 2021
The deal was signed on 3 September 2021 and is expected to close in the first half of 2022.
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This article highlights some of the main additional risks for buyers and sellers during vessel-focussed M&A transactions structured as sales of ship-owning companies rather than asset sales.
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In mid-May 2020, Bloxwich was used to provide upward and downward reserve flexibility to National Grid in the UK’s first of its kind trial using a battery.
The Global Ports & Terminals Group is featured in a global shipping magazine Port Strategy, looking into the initial considerations of port sector investment.
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