Greenberg Traurig advised Madison International Realty, the majority shareholder of Capital Park S.A., on the sale of certain assets of the group as part of a management buy-out co-financed by Europi Property Group, Capital Park’s minority shareholder.
As a result of the transaction, Madison will continue to control the companies that own the Norblin Factory and Royal Wilanów in a joint venture with the managers and Europi Property Group. Greenberg Traurig also previously advised Madison on the delisting of Capital Park from the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
“Congratulations to Madison and all involved Parties on the completion of this transaction, which is truly impressive considering its complex structure. We are happy to have assisted our longstanding Client on this deal and we are looking forward to working together on future projects,” said Radomił Charzyński, Deputy Managing Partner of Greenberg Traurig in Poland.
The transaction was led by Local Partner Kamil Majewski, who was supported by Associate Jakub Gajzler and Junior Associate Maciej Smaczyński. Corporate and regulatory matters were supervised by Partner Rafał Sieński and coordinated by Senior Associate Grzegorz Socha who was supported by Junior Associates Szymon Świerszcz and Kamil Nagawski. Advice on the financing aspects of the transaction was provided by Senior Associate Iga Czerniak and Associate Natalia Skomorowska. Senior Associate Agnieszka Gul-Czajkowska advised on transactional insurance matters. Strategic advice was also provided by Partner Anna Hałas-Krawczyk and Local Partner Paulina Kimla-Kaczorowska.
Deputy Managing Partner Radomił Charzyński supervised all work on the transaction.
Madison focuses on capital partner replacements, equity monetizations and recapitalizations of class A properties and portfolios located throughout the US, UK and Western Europe and investments in public/private companies owning similar quality properties. Since its inception, Madison has raised over USD 8 billion in capital commitments from more than 175 institutional investors globally.
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