Sérvulo/CMS/CS have advised on Atlantia’s sale of Lusoponte to Lineas and VINCI
Sérvulo & Associados has advised Atlantia SpA on the sale of its stake in Lusoponte, to Lineas and VINCI. Lusoponte is the concessionaire of the two bridges over the Tagus River, Vasco da Gama and 25 de Abril.
Atlantia SpA (formerly Autostrade) is an Italian holding company active in the infrastructure sector, including motorways, airport infrastructure and transport services. The group manages 14,000 km (8,700 mi) of toll motorways, Fiumicino and Ciampino airports in Italy and the three airstrips of Nice, Cannes-Mandelieu and Saint Tropez in France with more than 60 million passengers a year. It is listed on the Borsa Italiana and is a constituent of the FTSE MIB index. The main shareholders are: Edizione (a company of the Benetton family), GIC Pte Ltd, the CRT Foundation, Lazard Asset Management, HSBC Holdings.
The team of lawyers that advised the Italian company Atlantia was led by Sofia Carreiro (pictured left), partner responsible for Sérvulo’s Corporate and M&A department, and also included Pedro Silveira Borges, Catarina Marques da Silva and Mariana Teles.
Lineas (Mota-Engil group) was advised by the Corporate and M&A team of CS’ Associados, made up of Maria Castelos (pictured centre), Joana Geada dos Santos and Mariana Silva Pereira.
In turn, VINCI was advised by the Corporate and M&A team of CMS, made up of Francisco Xavier de Almeida (pictured right), Tiago Valente de Oliveira and André Guimarães.