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Collas Crill advises on two significant refinancing deals

Collas Crill advises on two significant refinancing deals

Wednesday 02 January 2019

Collas Crill advises on two significant refinancing deals

Collas Crill has assisted The Royal Bank of Scotland with the amendment of a £23m. facility to four limited companies to refinance a portfolio of residential properties in London.

The firm also advised the Intertrust Group on its recent €500 million bond issuance and the refinance of their existing debt facility, with a combined value of €935 million.

The RBSI team was led by Group Partner Paul Wilkes, assisted by Senior Associate Tristan Ozanne and Associate Ben Le Page. It made the facility to Bazaar Investments Limited, Provincial Investments Limited, Dandi Harrow Regeneration Limited and Dandi Four Limited. Collas Crill also acted for the borrower group with that team being led by Group Partner Wayne Atkinson, assisted by Senior Associate Gareth Morgan and Associate Annabel Bishop.

Mr Ozanne said: "Collas Crill has a strong team with fantastic expertise in real estate finance transactions and this is another in a long line of great deals we have completed in 2018."

The Intertrust transaction was headed up by Senior Associate Simon Heggs, assisted by Associate Annabel Bishop, Paralegal Ben Newton.

Mr Heggs added: "It is always a pleasure to work with the Intertrust group. They have a huge presence in Guernsey and internationally, and we feel privileged to have the opportunity to assist them with the exciting growth of their business."

Pictured: Simon Heggs, Senior Associate. 

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