Roschier advised Conquest in its acquisition of a 182MW onshore wind portfolio in Finland

Recent work|April 5, 2024

Alternative asset management firm Conquest enters the Finnish renewable power market with the acquisition from BHM Renewables of a 182MW onshore wind portfolio developed by Winda Energy. Roschier represented the buyer in the acquisition.

The onshore wind portfolio acquired by Conquest, through its fund Conquest Infrastructure SLP – Sustainable 2, comprises two wind farms developed by Winda Energy, the Finnish renewable energy developer majority-owned by Czech BHM Renewables, part of the investment firm BHM group. Furthermore, the cooperation encompasses additional onshore wind projects totalling 500MW. The first two wind projects are at an advanced stage of development, with the first 182MW expected to reach ready-to-build by Q4 2024 and the rest expected to reach the same stage by Q4 2025.

The transaction allows Conquest to expand its renewable power platform and its footprint in the Nordic market. It represents an expected phased total investment of approximately 1 billion euros, to be gradually deployed between 2024 and 2028, offering a fully green investment in one of Europe’s most stable and robust economies.

Established in 2012, Conquest is an alternative asset management firm invested in sustainable and long-term value stemming from European infrastructures, managing assets worth circa 500 million euros and 25 investments across Europe.

Roschier’s core advisory team comprised Toni Siimes, Helinä Pohto and Tuomas Aho.