RossD'lima

Associate

London + 44.20.7039.5172

Ross D'lima advises businesses on a wide range of corporate transactions covering private equity, M&A, and capital markets. He has acted for clients across a range of sectors with particular experience gained in real estate investment.

Ross was seconded to the European Special Situations Group and Real Estate Principal Investment Area divisions of Goldman Sachs International in 2018 for six months.

Experience

  • AGIC Capital acquires majority stake in Farsound for £115 million (US$143 million)Jones Day advised Asia-Germany Industrial Promotion Limited ("AGIC Capital"), a European-Asian private equity fund focused on investments in high quality industrial and medical companies, in its acquisition of a majority stake in Farsound Limited and its subsidiaries, a leading provider of technology enabled supply chain solutions, from its current owner Rubicon Partners at a total enterprise value of £115 million (US$143 million).
  • Euroports acquired by consortium consisting of R-Logitech, PMV, and FPIMJones Day advised the management team of Euroports Holdings Sarl, in relation to the acquisition of Euroports by a consortium consisting of R-Logitech, a subsidiary of Monaco Resources Group as majority shareholder, and PMV and FPIM, two Belgian investment firms, each for an equal share and as minority shareholder.
  • Loungers completes £185 million IPO on AIMJones Day represented Loungers plc, an operator of 146 cafés, bars, and restaurants across England and Wales, in connection with its £185 million (US$239 million) initial public offering on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange.
  • Independent financial services firm sells One Poultry in LondonJones Day advised an independent financial services firm subsidiary in its sale of a special purpose vehicle which owns One Poultry, London.
  • Sanofi sells Holmes Chapel manufacturing site to RecipharmJones Day advised Sanofi on the sale to Recipharm of its contract manufacturing business located in Holmes Chapel, United Kingdom.
  • Greystar recapitalizes Chapter student accommodation portfolio in Central LondonJones Day advised Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC in a recapitalization of its and PSP’s Chapter portfolio of student accommodation properties, one of the largest in Central London, by consolidating the portfolio under a new joint venture in which Allianz acquired an interest.
  • Owens Corning acquires Paroc Group, a leading European mineral wool manufacturer, for approximately €900 million (US$1.04 billion)Jones Day advised Owens Corning in its acquisition of Paroc Group, a leading producer of mineral wool insulation for building and technical applications in Europe, from CVC Capital Partners for an enterprise value of approximately €900 million ($1.04 billion).
  • CBRE Global Investors enters joint venture to acquire retail and office property in Copenhagen, DenmarkJones Day advised CBRE Global Investors on the establishment of a programmatic joint venture between the CBRE Europe Value Partners fund series and Portus Retail, and the acquisition of a high-street retail and office property (Vimmelskaftet 39-41) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Central Asia Metals acquires Lynx Resources Limited for $402.5 millionJones Day represented Central Asia Metals PLC ("CAML") in connection with its acquisition of Lynx Resources Limited, which owns the SASA zinc-lead mine in Macedonia, for US$402.5 million and the connected equity fundraise of £113 million (US$153.5 million).
  • Hansteen disposes German and Dutch portfolio for €1.28 billion (US$1.4 billion)Jones Day advised Hansteen Holdings PLC in the disposal of its German and Dutch property portfolios and real estate management business for €1.28 billion (US$1.4 billion) to entities owned by funds advised by affiliates of The Blackstone Group L.P. and M7 Real Estate (the "Buyer").
  • Oxenwood Real Estate acquires Transpennine 200 for £8.2 million (US$10.3 million)Jones Day advised Oxenwood Real Estate LLP in connection with the acquisition and related financing of Transpennine 200, the principal passport-printing and distribution warehouse for the UK, producing 80 percent of all passports, from Curzon Advisers for £8.2 million (US$10.3 million).
  • Värde Partners sells NewDay to Cinven and CVC Capital PartnersJones Day advised the management team of NewDay Cards in connection with the sale of the company by Värde Partners to funds managed and/or advised by Cinven and CVC Capital Partners.
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