Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Deutsche Bank, Société Générale and SMBC as mandated lead arrangers and original lenders on the €620 million financing of the Data4 data center business.
"White & Case London, Paris, Milan, Madrid plus our Luxembourg Desk combined to close what is one of the largest data center financings in Europe," said White & Case partner Jeremy Duffy, who co-led the Firm's deal team. "It's a strategically important deal that supports the continued growth of the Data4 group with funds provided by Deutsche Bank, Société Générale and SMBC."
The Data4 group includes 19 data centers with a further six under construction in France, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain, and an intention to expand into Germany.
The White & Case team which advised on the transaction was led by partner Jeremy Duffy (London) and counsel Lisa Seifman (London) and included partners Yoko Takagi (Madrid), Hadrien Servais (Brussels), Amaury de Feydeau, Estelle Philippi (both Paris), Giuseppe Barra Caracciolo and Iacopo Canino (both Milan), counsel Willem Van de Wiele (Brussels) and Angel Calleja Crespo (Madrid), and associates Sophie Rezki, Victoria Delacey (both London), Tsveta Pencheva, Claire Sardet (both Paris), Reyes Carvajal, Hermes Ferreras (both Madrid), Aurelie Terlinden, Anne-Sophie Rolland (both Brussels) and Francesco Pirisi (Milan).
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