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Multinationals are leading the consolidation play in the technical facility management sector

Engie was advised by Capstan Capital’s Swiss team on add-on acquisitions. Engie, France’s second largest utility company offering perhaps the most advanced range of industrial sustainable and renewable energy products in the country is also a significant consolidation force in the technical facility management (TFM) sector. Developing the most advanced capabilities in TFM seems only […]

Logistics groups use windfall profits from container services to diversify

Capstan Capital advised numerous logistics and shipping groups on financing and M&A transactions aimed at diversifying their business models. The consequences of the pandemic have significantly slowed down the global “conveyor belt” of container transport. This slowdown has effectively reduced available container capacity in finely tuned and highly sensitive global supply chains, which triggered an […]

Large infrastructure projects along the wider European East-West frontier are often geopolitical battlegrounds

Capstan Capital advised Anaklia Development Consortium on project financing for fifth major Black Sea port. Our firm’s senior adviser John Kornblum is credited for playing an important role in the first peaceful transfer of power in recent Georgian history. He is also a great advocate for the country’s growth potential on the back of major […]

Cooperative Bank of Drama (Greece) completes successful capital increase

ΑΥΞΗΣΗ ΤΟΥ ΜΕΤΟΧΙΚΟΥ ΚΕΦΑΛΑΙΟΥ ΤΗΣ ΣΥΝΕΤΑΙΡΙΣΤΙΚΗΣ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΑΣ ΔΡΑΜΑΣ ΜΕ ΚΑΤΑΒΟΛΗ ΜΕΤΡΗΤΩΝ The transaction was co-advised by Emmanouil Skourtis in Athens, who subsequently joined the board of Bank of Drama. Emmanouil, who is also an Associate Partner at London based Capstan Capital, highlighted the notable participation of foreign investors in the raise, which demonstrates resurgent international […]