Linklaters, Uría Menéndez and GA_P advise on the financing for the acquisition of Windar Renovables.

Linklaters, Uría Menéndez and Gómez-Acebo & Pombo have advised on the financing for the acquisition of Windar Renovables, an asturian company belonging to the Daniel Alonso Group and Siemens Gamesa by Bridgepoint, the british private equity firm.

Linklaters and Uría Ménendez have advised Bridgepoint, the british private equity firm.

The legal team from Linklaters has been formed by Ben CrosseBegoña MartínezAlejandro Meca and Piotr Hurkała.

The legal team from Uría Menéndez has been formed by the M&A – private equity department: Manuel Echenique (partner); Tomás Acosta (partner); Alex Bircham (international partner); Cristina Díaz Bauluz (senior associate); Eduardo Bayona (associate); Casilda Campuzano (junior associate); Cesar Farapeira (junior associate); and Paula Lissorges (junior associate).

Uría Menéndez team

Gómez-Acebo & Pombo has advised Siemens Gamesa on the sale. The transaction was led by Álvaro Mateo and Clara Rivero, partner and senior associate at commercial.

GA_P team

Windar Renovables is a world leader in the manufacture of wind turbine towers (both onshore and offshore) and marine foundations, with almost 20 years of experience.

It has a broad product portfolio within the wind industry and is the only manufacturer with proven capability to offer the full range of offshore foundations worldwide.

Bridgepoint is one of the world’s leading private asset growth investors, specializing in private equity and private debt. With over €37 billion in assets under management and a strong local presence in Europe, the US and China, they combine global scale with local market and sector expertise, delivering consistently strong returns through the cycles.

Julia Gil