Hogan Lovells advised Deutsche Bank on financing the acquisition of @Leisure group, a Dutch property management business by Oyo, a fast growing Indian hotel chain backed by heavyweights Softbank, Airbnb, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital and Greenoaks Capital.
Oyo’s acquisition of @Leisure group from German media group Axel Springer is its first foray in the European market. @Leisure manages 30,000 holiday homes in 13 European countries, and lists a further 85,000 on its online booking platform.
Hogan Lovells advised Deutsche Bank with a team including Wouter Jongen, Partner, Banking; Peter Stokking, Counsel, Banking; Siddharth Saxena, Senior Associate, Banking; Anton Louwinger, Partner, Tax; Alexander Fortuin, Senior Associate, Tax; Art van der Pols, Senior Associate, Banking; Jan-Willem Boer, Junior Associate, Banking; Ilene Baltes, Junior Associate, Banking; Paul Mullen, Partner, Banking; Scott Gibson, Senior Associate, Banking; Jessie Wong, Trainee Solicitor, Banking; Katlen Bloecker, Partner, Banking; Maria Eugenia Fojo, Senior Associate, Banking; Alexander McMyn, Partner, Banking; Kaveeta Sandhu, Senior Associate, Banking and Margaux Ith, Paralegal, Banking
Involved fees earner: Ilene Baltes – Hogan Lovells; Katlen Bloecker – Hogan Lovells; Maria Eugenia Fojo – Hogan Lovells; Alexander Fortuin – Hogan Lovells; Scott Gibson – Hogan Lovells; Wouter Jongen – Hogan Lovells; Anton Louwinger – Hogan Lovells; Alexander McMyn – Hogan Lovells; Paul Mullen – Hogan Lovells; Kaveeta Sandhu – Hogan Lovells; Siddharth Saxena – Hogan Lovells; Peter Stokking – Hogan Lovells; Art Van der Pols – Hogan Lovells;
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Clients: Deutsche Bank AG;