Rymarz Zdort has advised MCI.PrivateVentures (a subfund of MCI.EuroVentures 1.0) and AMC Capital IV Albatros S.a r.l. (a company advised by Mezzanine Management) on their sale of 100% of the shares in ATM S.A. to Global Compute Infrastructure LP, a platform supported by the Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division. White & Case advised Global Compute Infrastructure on the transaction.
Financial details were not disclosed, and the deal remains subject to antitrust clearance.
According to Rymarz Zdort, “ATM is an IT company providing data transmission, collocation, and Internet access services to Polish and other telecommunications providers/operators, financial institutions, and the media. It is the owner of the Atman network and three data centers. Its main shareholder, holding 98.33% of the shares, is AAW III sp. z o.o., a portfolio company of MCI.EuroVentures and AMC.”
Rymarz Zdort’s team included Managing Partner Pawel Zdort, Partner Ewa Bober, Counsel Irmina Watly, Senior Associates Aleksandra Kabac and Jerzy Rostworowski, and Associate Aleksander Jakubisiak.
White & Case's team included, in London, Partners James Dodsworth, James Johnson, Nicholas Greenacre and Will Smith, Counsel James Pullen, and Associates Lisa Seifman and Victoria Delacey, and in Warsaw, Partner Marcin Studniarek, Local Partner Rafal Kaminski, Counsels Jakub Gubanski and Grzegorz Jukiel, and Associates Monika Duzynska, Maciej Gac, Grzegorz Goniewicz, Malgorzata Herda, Karolina Kalucka, Damian Lubocki, Iwo Malobecki, Michal Perdjon, Michal Plich, and Radomir Szewczuk.