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BLP Germany has advised Hines as asset manager for an institutional investor on the acquisition of the Mira Shopping Centre in Munich. Built in 2008, the Mira Shopping Centre covers roughly 24,000sq m and hosts around 60 retail tenants, including Rewe, H&M, New Yorker, dm, C&A, Aldi, Deichmann, Hunkemöller, Douglas, Woolworth and Expert. Hines plans […]

​Goltsblat BLP, the Russian practice of international law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP), advised Deutsche Bank Technology Centre on leasing offices in Moscow’s Aquamarine III Business Centre at 24 Ozerkovskaya Embankment. This, the biggest Class A office lease deal in Moscow this year so far, was also supported by JLL consultants. The Russian Deutsche Bank […]

BLP’s market leading hotels practice has acted on the acquisition and financing of the Crazy Bear Group from the founding partnership that set up the Group in 1993. The distinctive portfolio, comprising three sites at Stadhampton, Beaconsfield and Fitzrovia have been described as the “antithesis to bland hotels”.  It includes the oldest documented building in Beaconsfield […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) today (21 June 2017) announced the appointment of Banking Partner, Shanan Dunstan, to spearhead the Firm’s Asset Based Lending (ABL) capability. She will join BLP’s Finance team in September from Ashurst. With lenders looking at alternative ways to use their capital, the structuring of ABL transactions has evolved […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) today (19 June 2017) announced the appointment of Asset Finance Partner, Jason Chamberlain. Jason is a renowned rail expert having worked on numerous high-profile mandates in the UK rail industry since privatisation in the mid-90s. He will join the London office later this month. The appointment demonstrates BLP’s […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (“BLP”) has advised award-winning managed services provider Streamwire (“Streamwire”) on its purchase of market rival EACS, and subsequent formation of a larger company, trading as EACS. The combined company will have revenues of just under £20m, and is the second large acquisition in the last five years by Streamwire, […]

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