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May 29, 2015 6:23 AM ET

Capital Markets

Company Overview of N+1 Group

Company Overview

N+1 Group, through its subsidiaries offers financial advisory and asset management services. It offers corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and asset management services. The company operates four subsidiaries: Nmas1 Corporate Finance, Nmas1 Electra Private Equity, Nmas1 International, and Nmas1 Patrimonios. The firm, formerly known as Nmas1 Group, was founded in 2001 and is based in Madrid, Spain. N+1 Group operates as a subsidiary of N Más Uno IBG, S.A.

Padilla, 17

Madrid,  28006

Spain

Founded in 2001

Phone:

34 91 745 84 84

Fax:

34 91 431 38 12

Key Executives for N+1 Group

Chairman and Founder
Age: 67
Senior Partner and Vice Chairman
Senior Partners
Age: 56
Senior Partner
Director of Back Office
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

N+1 Group Key Developments

Banco Popular Seeks To Sell Real Estate Assets In Spain

Banco Popular Espanol S.A. (CATS:POP) is planning to sell €451 million worth of Spanish property. The bank’s portfolio includes 1,753 homes in Madrid, Barcelona, Toledo and the Costa del Sol valued at $300 million , zoned land in 10 regions across Spain valued at €103.4 million and 13 hotels valued at €47.2 million, according to a document sent to investors by N+1 Group, an investment bank advising the seller. Banco Popular intends to sell the portfolio, known as “Project Elcano” in the first half and the sellers may provide financing to the potential buyer, according to the document. Representatives of Banco Popular, Spain’s sixth-largest bank, and N+1, declined to comment.

Transportes Aereos Portugueses' Sale To Reportedly Start In February 2015

The privatization of TAP-Transportes Aereos Portugueses, SGPS, S.A. is expected to officially start in February 2015, Mergermarket reported, citing several sources familiar with the matter. Council of Ministers is expected to approve the deal's rules at its meeting, a government insider told Mergermarket, followed by a pre-marketing stage and then the sale. According to two sources, Citigroup Inc is acting as financial adviser while Vieira de Almeida is acting as legal advisor to the Portuguese government. Potential investors include two consortia including N+1 Group and Globalia Corporación Empresarial S.A. and Barraqueiro Transportes, S.A., Miguel Pais do Amaral and Frank Lorenzo.

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Recent Private Companies Transactions

Type
Date
Target
Merger/Acquisition
June 4, 2014
N+1 Swiss Capital
 

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