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  • Transaction / Assets
    The marinas of Flisvos, Zea, Gouvia in Corfu, and Lefkada
  • Seller
    D-Marin
  • Buyer
    CVC Capital Partners
  • € MM

CVC Capital Partners acquired Dogus marinas in Greece

CVC Capital Partners acquired the shares of D-Marin, of the Turkish Dogus group, in the marinas of Flisvos, Zea, Gouvia in Corfu, and Lefkada.

István Szoke, Managing Director of CVC Capital Partners, said: “With CVC’s global network and experience, we intend to create the world’s leading marinas company through both organic growth and acquisitions. Burak Baykan, CEO of D-Marin, said: “We are pleased to secure the support of CVC, a leading global investor, to internationally expand D-Marin and take the company to the next level”.

In May 2018, EBRD acquired a 25% stake in D-Marin.

About a year ago, Dogus sold its offices in Athens and announced that it is leaving Ioniki, the company that controls the Athens Hilton. CVC Capital already has a presence in Greece, in the health sector. The company controls the private Hospitals Ygeia and Metropolitan.

Original Source: Deal News

Adaptation/Translation: Kiki Athanasiadis

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