This article discusses the implications of the new register of overseas entities, introduced on 1 August 2022, on the ownership of property in England and Wales.
WFW advises Crédit Agricole Group, Bpifrance and CEPAC on €300m refinancing of 200 MW renewable energy portfolios4 April 2022
The project sponsors were Valeco, investment fund Mirova and GEG (Gaz Electricité de Grenoble), with Astris Finance acting as their financial adviser.
Watson Farley & Williams has advised aventron AG on its acquisition of the Wölkisch megawatt-class battery storage facility in Germany as part of its strategy to steadily increase its available electricity storage volume.
WFW advises Norma Capital partnership agreement with REALITES for acquisition of MedCorner City healthcare hubs17 December 2021
Three operations have already been entered into on the basis of this partnership.
WFW advises Homnia on development contract and lease templates for inclusive residence development13 December 2021
Watson Farley & Williams has advised Homnia on the drafting of their standard development contract and lease templates for the development of inclusive residences.
The sold portfolio consists of eight projects located in northern France in areas selected specifically for high wind speeds, all with tier-1 manufacturers and full-service contracts.
Located in Paris’ 16th arrondissement, Belles Feuilles comprises 12,000 sq. metres of office space spread across seven floors and including 231 parking spaces.
As the law firm with the largest dedicated maritime practice in the world, we are proud to be long-standing supporters of London International Shipping Week, which in a short time has grown to be one of the world’s premier maritime events.
With the Covid-related restrictions of the last fifteen months easing for many in the hotel and hospitality industry, we consider whether any of the existing stress will turn into distress?
The EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Investments – Agriculture and Forestry (Soft Commodities)19 April 2021
In the fifth article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts it introduced and explain what they means for market participants in the forestry and agriculture sectors.