Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec’s Minority Investment In Groupe Colisée


Linklaters has advised Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec on the deal.

Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, a global institutional investor, made a minority investment in « Groupe Colisée », one of the main actors in the retirement home sector in Europe, along with EQT and “Groupe Colisée” board.

With close to 270 nursing home facilities and home care agencies, mainly in France, Belgium, Spain and Italy, “Groupe Colisée” has over 16,000 employees and a turnover exceeding 1 billion Euros.

The transaction remains subject to obtaining usual regulatory approvals.

The Linklaters teams comprised Jessamy Gallagher (Picture), Bruno Derieux, partners, Thomas Pontacq, managing associate, Edouard Le Breton and Jordan Jablonka, associates, in Corporate; Pierre Guillot, partner, and Thibaud Troublaïewitch, associate, in Energy & Infrastructures; Géric Clomes, counsel and Cécile Romanin, associate, in Employment Law; and Sonia Cissé, TMT counsel. Brussels, London and Madrid offices were also involved.

Involved fees earner: Sonia Cissé – Linklaters; Géric Clomes – Linklaters; Bruno Derieux – Linklaters; Jessamy Gallagher – Linklaters; Pierre Guillot – Linklaters; Jordan Jablonka – Linklaters; Edouard Le Breton – Linklaters; Thomas Pontacq – Linklaters; Cécile Romanin – Linklaters; Thibaud Troublaïewitch – Linklaters;

Law Firms: Linklaters;

Clients: Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ);