Investment in a major UK airport
We established a holding vehicle for one of the largest pension schemes in the UK. The company acquired a significant interest into one of the UK’s largest airports, alongside a small number of other institutional investors. We provided transactional support, administration and directorship services. Further follow-on acquisitions were undertaken as well as separate aviation related investments for the same client.
London City Airport
We provided corporate administration services to a 50/50 joint venture between AIG Financial Products Corporation and Global Infrastructure Partners to acquire London City Airport at an enterprise value of £742 million.
A special purpose vehicle (SPV) purchased two airbus A340-313 aircrafts. The aircrafts are leased to Emirates and the SPV took on the responsibility of the operating leases. The purchase of the aircrafts was financed by way of senior loans and equity. We provide administration services to this SPV, including the provision of directors, company secretary and the registered office.
Ports and related services
We provide corporate administration and directorship services to an asset holding structure in connection with a renowned multinational conglomerate.
European port terminal
We have supported a fund administration client in its successful strategic investment into a Netherlands-based owner and operator of bulk and break-bulk port terminals.
We provide full administration, accounting and management services to the holding structure of a significant rolling stock leasing business. We have supported the successful sale of the business between two global investment consortiums.
Alis Finance a.r.l.
We provide corporate administration and directorship services to a SPV, which has raised approximately Euro 460 million by way of a note issuance. The proceeds have been utilised to partially pay for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of a section of motorway in Normandy, France.
We provide corporate administration and directorship services to a SPV, which has raised funds by way of a loan from a major European bank. The proceeds of this have been utilised to acquire dry cargo containers, which are then sub leased to a large Swiss shipping company.