Paris, 12th April 2021 – Jeantet AARPI advised Telecom Invest in the establishment of a management trust with Natixis CIB, fiduciary.
This unprecedented structuring will enable the trust set up by Télécom Invest and managed by Natixis CIB to acquire receivables in respect of leases on land used for telecommunications infrastructures and rights to manage them, without transferring real property rights.
Telecom Invest, a subsidiary of US-based APWireless (Radius Group), is a leading investor in telecom infrastructure underlyings around the world.
On this operation Jeantet’s team was composed of Catherine Saint Geniest (Partner, Real Estate), Jean-François Adelle (Partner, Finance), Jean-Guillaume Follorou (Partner, Tax), Gabriel di Chiara (Counsel, Tax), Thibault Mercier (Associate, Finance), of Laure Asdrubal and Chloé Abgrall (Associates, Real Estate).
Jeantet has significant experience in the fields of real estate management, investment and trusts and advises numerous French and international clients on their real estate and financial engineering transactions.
Natixis CIB was advised by Fidal and Bentam (Guillaume Ansaloni, Partner).
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