Press Releases / Corporate

BCLP has advised existing client Gett, the global on-demand mobility company, on a US$80m equity fundraise from existing shareholders. The transaction required close collaboration between Gett’s General Counsel, Shana Hook, the BCLP London and Moscow offices and local counsel in Gett’s other jurisdictions (covering The Netherlands, the US, Israel and Cyprus). The BCLP team was […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has advised Secure Income REIT plc on the acquisitions of two substantial portfolios of assets at a total cost of £436 million. The portfolios comprise a leisure portfolio including Manchester Arena, The Brewery at Chiswell Street, EC1 (the largest catered events space in the City of London), 18 […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has successfully advised a group of vendors which included Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd and First Myanmar Investment Company Limited on a reorganisation, spin-off and listing of their tourism-related assets under the Memories Group on the Singapore stock exchange, through the reverse takeover of Catalist-listed SHC Capital Asia Limited […]

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) have advised the management of Exactpro Systems on a management buyout. The transaction saw BLP’s clients buy the company back from the London Stock Exchange, to which they had previously sold the business. Exactpro is a specialist firm with operations in the UK, US and Russia, focused on functional and non-functional […]

BLP has advised XLMedia, the AIM listed leading provider of digital performance marketing, on its successful placing of new Ordinary Shares, raising gross proceeds of £31.7m.  The placing, conducted by Berenberg, was oversubscribed and the proceeds are to be used by XLMedia to fund acquisition opportunities as they arise. XLMedia CEO Ory Weihs commented: “We […]

A multidisciplinary team from Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) have advised on the sale of Retirement Villages Group, the UK’s largest retirement village operator with 14 active communities and a pipeline of developments. The buyers were AxA, the French institutional investment group (which will operate the village developments) and the UK’s largest care home operator, HC-One […]

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