White & Case Advises Altitude Group on investment in three French FTTH concessions
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Altitude Group, a fiber network developer specializing in Public Initiative Networks (PINs), on its acquisition of infrastructure fund Marguerite's stake in three major French FTTH concessions: Losange (Grand Est region), Rosace (Alsace) and Fibre 31 (Haute Garonne).
"White & Case previously advised Altitude Group on its acquisition from Covage of 26 fibre networks, and we are positioned as one of the market leaders in brownfield M&A transactions in the telecom infrastructure sector," said White & Case partner Alexis Hojabr, who led the Firm's deal team.
The portfolio covers approximatively 1.7 million of fibre optic connections to households, public institutions and companies.
The White & Case team in Paris which advised on the transaction was led by partner Alexis Hojabr and included partners Amaury de Feydeau, Jean-Luc Champy, Alexandre Ippolito and Alexandre Jaurett, counsel Orion Berg, and associates Alexandre Balat, Anaïs Eudes, Paul Loisel, Ahmed Boulahcen, Omar Sinaceur, Quirec de Kersauson, Camille Fouqué, Alexandre Martin, Sarah Kouchad and Cécilia Grosjean.
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