Crédit des Alpes has advised clients on deals across various sectors including telecoms, property and industrial.
Most of our advisory work is confidential, but high profile matters in the public domain include the US$4.2 billion acquisition by Vivendi of the Brazilian broadband leader GVT. Crédit des Alpes initiated the negotiations and advised GVT's major shareholders in what was the largest transaction in the telecoms sector in 2009/10.
Crédit des Alpes advised the hotel and restaurant group Cipriani on the sale of The Saxony Hotel, Miami to a U.S. institutional investor. The property, branded Faena Hotel Miami Beach following this transaction, included a portfolio of 209 hotel suites and 65 luxury residences and remains one of the largest property sales in Miami to date. Crédit des Alpes also arranged the opening of Cipriani London and Cipriani Milan in 2020.
In the industrial sector Crédit des Alpes advised on and invested in the acquisition of Redaelli Tecna, one of the largest steel wire global producers. The company was sold in 2008 to Severstal Metiz of Russia.
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Crédit des Alpes completed the sale of The Saxony Hotel, Miami Beach to an institutional investor, on behalf of the Cipriani Group. The property was branded Faena Hotel Miami Beach following this transaction.
Crédit des Alpes initiated the deal and led as investment bankers to Kohlberg & Co on its acquisition of Redaelli Tecna in 2000.
It also advised on its sale in 2008 to Russian giant Severstal Metiz.