Largillière Finance advises SIROB, a Réunion-based diversified family group, on restructuring the capital of its real estate subsidiaries
SIROB (€50 million turnover), a holding encompassing multiple activities (services, construction, media, real estate, etc.) acquires all minority holdings in its real estate subsidiaries: Dinord, Gillot, JAM Immobilier and Safibat.
Founded in 1976 by Maximin Chane Ki Chune, the group has five independent activities - services (archiving, call centres, cash transport, etc.), construction, media, printing and real estate. It is now managed by the family’s second generation, Carole and Boris Chane Ki Chune.
In view of a new development and investment plan, the capital of different group companies was restructured to allow the family to acquire the entirety via its holding SIROB.
After taking over 100% of the capital of Médiafi (a holding for the group’s operational activities), a transaction finalised by Largillière Finance, the Chane Ki Chune family acquired minority holdings in the real estate subsidiaries: Dinord, Gillot, JAM Immobilier and Safibat.
About Groupe Chane Ki Chune
Founded in 1976 in Réunion, Groupe Chane Ki Chune has five diverse and independent activities - services (archiving, call centres, cash transport, etc.), construction, media, printing and real estate.
The Group reports turnover of over €50 million and employs around 600 people on the island of Réunion.
|Targets: Dinord, Gillot, Jam Immobilier and Safibat
||Chane Ki Chune Family
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|Jean-Nicolas Soret, Vincent Guilaine