Hall & Wilcox helps CHG-Meridian acquire asset portfolio from Maia Financial

The portfolio is composed of IT, industrial equipment and healthcare tech assets

Hall & Wilcox helps CHG-Meridian acquire asset portfolio from Maia Financial

Hall & Wilcox has helped German-owned global technology2use company CHG-Meridian to purchase Maia Financial’s commercial leasing portfolio.

The portfolio is made up of assets in IT, industrial equipment, and healthcare technology. It is expected to support the market presence and growth of CHG-Meridian across Australia and New Zealand.

“We assisted CHG-Meridian with their 2018 Australian market entry, so we were delighted to have been able to assist them again with this latest transaction, which will turbo charge their growth in the region”, Hall & Wilcox lead partner Chris Brown said.

The firm’s cross-practice team comprised partners Mark Inston and Jim Koutsokostas; senior associates Angelica Huang and Rebecca Radbone; and lawyer Katelyn Free. The team provided guidance on structuring and tax matters.

CHG-Meridian focuses on developing, financing, and managing tailored technology usage models for the IT, industrial, and healthcare sectors. Sydney asset finance business

 

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