Roschier advised Altaal and Carnegie in the establishment of a new investment company and its acquisition of Ramboll’s Finnish headquarters
Altaal has, through its newly established investment company Green Yield, acquired its first office asset under a brown-to-green investment theme. The transaction is an off-market acquisition of Ramboll’s Finnish headquarter property in Helsinki from Finland’s largest pension provider Keva. The Ramboll Village includes a LEED Gold building with 133 solar panels. Roschier has acted as legal advisor to Carnegie and Altaal in the transaction.
Investment firm Altaal was founded by Henrik Schmidt and Stefan Gattberg with the Penser family as an external investor. The ambition is to run an impact investment firm that combines high activity and professionalism with a long-term approach to value creation. Altaal acts as lead investor and manager of the buyer and Carnegie acts as sole financial advisor and bookrunner in the transaction.
Roschier handled all Finnish and Swedish law aspects of the transaction. Our cross-border core advisory team comprised Johan Häger, Frida Lantoft, Gustav Bonta and Filip Lundin in Sweden and Antti-Jussi Partanen, Mikko Saarve, Juhani Lautjärvi, Julius Torvelainen, Martti Ylinen, Liisa Alahuhta and Roope Vikström in Finland.