The development capital vehicles managed by Artá Capital have taken this stake through the purchase and sale of shares and the subscription of a capital increase in Disfasa.
The company, which recently sold its 3.21% stake in Indra to SEPI for 62.3 million, has acquired a relevant stake, which amounts to 37.4% in the Facundo group, as reported to the CNMV. The development capital vehicles managed by Artá Capital (Deyá Capital IV, Artá Capital Fund II; Artá Capital Fund II -A-; Artá Capital Fund II -B- and Artá Capital Fund II -Team-) have taken an indirect stake in Grupo Facundo, through the purchase and sale of shares and the subscription of a capital increase in Disfasa. Corporación Financiera Alba has announced that it has acquired, through Deyá Capital IV SCR, a 37.43% stake in the share capital of Disfasa, for a value of approximately €22 million.
In the transaction, which values the Palencia-based company at around €60 million, GBS Finance has acted as financial advisor to Facundo and Araoz & Rueda as legal advisor, while Artá Capital had the financial support of Optima Corporate and the advice of Pérez-Llorca. Deloitte also advised the Spanish fund in the purchase Due Diligence.
Pérez-Llorca advised with a team formed by a Corporate team including partners Alfredo Lafita and Cosme Colmenero, together with lawyers María Rodríguez, Pablo Aguilar Romero, Pablo Sánchez-Navajas and Blanca García-Nieto, and a Tax team comprising partner José Azqueta and lawyer Iván Gallego.
Araoz & Rueda’s team, advising Pipas Facundo, was led by partner Pedro Rueda with the support of associates Lucía Medina y Adrian Bert.