StanziRosenthal

Associate

London + 44.20.7039.5929

Stanzi Rosenthal has broad experience encompassing out-of-court corporate and debt restructurings and refinancings, formal insolvency proceedings and solvent acquisitions, and sales and investments spanning UK and cross-border matters. Her practice covers a wide range of sectors, including real estate, automotive, health care, technology, shipping, and e-money financial services. She advises a diverse range of clients from creditors, corporate debtors, directors, sponsors, and insolvency office holders to purchasers, sellers, and investors.

Stanzi's recent notable experience includes advising the administrators of the Glint Pay group, an FCA-regulated e-money services provider, in its successful solvent rescue. She has also advised Octopus Investments in relation to the corporate and debt restructuring of a health care business and International Automotive Components Group (a leading provider of parts for the automotive sector) in relation to the restructuring of its senior secured notes.

Stanzi's solvent sale and acquisition experience includes advising ANSYS, the global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, in their acquisition of Granta Design, a premier provider of materials information technology. She also acted for Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets in their sale (subject to relevant regulatory scrutiny) of Condor Ferries, an operator of freight and passenger ferry services, to Brittany Ferries in consortium with Columbia Threadneedle European Sustainable Infrastructure Fund.

Experience

  • Macquarie sold Condor FerriesJones Day advised Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets in the sale of Condor Ferries, an operator of lifeline freight and passenger ferry services between Guernsey, Jersey, the United Kingdom, and the Port of St. Malo in France, to a consortium of Columbia Threadneedle European Sustainable Infrastructure Fund (ESIF) and Brittany Ferries.
  • Clintons greeting cards retailer sold out of administration to Esquire Retail LimitedJones Day advised AG Retail Cards Limited t/a Clintons (the "Company") in its exploration of sale options to secure the future of the business and in its discussions with stakeholders with a view to entering into a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
  • Group of nursing and residential care homes completes corporate and debt restructuringJones Day advised a group of UK nursing and residential care homes (the "Group") in relation to a corporate and debt restructuring of the Group and the sale of its operating companies and care homes.
  • Joint administrators negotiate successful rescueJones Day advised Geoffrey Rowley and Jason Baker of FRP Advisory LLP as joint administrators of the Glint Pay group, an FCA-regulated e-money and gold-trading business.
  • Blackstone Group invests €175 million (US$196.4 million) in Superbet RomaniaJones Day advised The Blackstone Group in its €175 million (US$196.4 million) minority equity investment in Superbet, the largest omni-channel sports betting and gaming operator in Romania.
  • Park Place Technologies acquires UK-based third-party maintenance provider MCSA Group LimitedJones Day advised Park Place Technologies in its acquisition of MCSA Group Limited, a UK-based, business-critical IT services and solutions provider.
  • ANSYS acquires Granta Design LimitedJones Day advised ANSYS, Inc., the global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, in their acquisition of Granta Design, the premier provider of materials information technology, and Granta Design Limited has become a wholly-owned subsidiary of ANSYS.
  • 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.
  • DV4 and Oxford Properties form DOORJones Day advised DV4 Ltd (“DV4”), which is advised by Delancey Real Estate Asset Management Ltd, on the sale of DV4's interests in Get Living, the UK’s leading privately backed residential company, to Delancey Oxford Residential (“DOOR”) a new co-investment platform with initial capital commitments of £600 million; the establishment of DOOR, which includes the joint venture between DV4 and Oxford Properties; and on real estate matters related to the London scheme, Elephant Central in Elephant and Castle which is part of the Get Living portfolio.
  • Hercules Unit Trust forms joint venture with M&G Real EstateJones Day advised Hercules Unit Trust in its simultaneous acquisition of the Fort Kinnaird retail park in Edinburgh by a new joint venture formed between Hercules Unit Trust (HUT) and M&G Real Estate and sale of the Gallagher retail park in Cheltenham to The Crown Estate.
  • International Automotive Components Group completes refinancing of Senior Secured NotesJones Day advised International Automotive Components Group, S.A., a leading global supplier of automotive components and systems, in connection with the issuance of $215 million of Senior Secured Notes due 2023 to Gamut Capital Management, L.P. in a private placement.
  • Solus Alternative Asset Management and Deutsche Investment Management Americas complete recapitalization of Geo Specialty ChemicalsJones Day advised Solus Alternative Asset Management and Deutsche Investment Management Americas in connection with the recapitalization of Geo Specialty Chemicals, a manufacturer of specialty chemicals for customers in the United States and internationally.
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