The Italian Sea Group wants to purchase Perini Navi: task given to Deloitte

The Italian Sea Group has tasked Deloitte to purchase Perini Navi after its bankruptcy. Deloitte has received the task of analysing the documents presented by the Receiver

8 July 2021 | by Redazione
The Perini Navi shipyard

The Italian Sea Group has tasked Deloitte to purchase Perini Navi after its bankruptcy. In February the company from Marina di Carrara, mother company to the brands  AdmiralTecnomar and Nca Refit, had tasked its consultants with verifying the content, time, and procedure for participating in a bid to acquire Perini Navi.

But the next step has now been taken. The Italian Sea Group, world operator in luxury boating, following the public tender launched by the Receiver, Franco Della Santa, and after having had access to the “data room” for the sale of Perini Navi’s assets, tasked the company, Deloitte to carry out due diligence on the documents made available.

The Tuscan company is therefore confirming its interest in Perini Navi, “just for sustainable value – they published in a letter – with the aim of creating value for the company and its shareholders.” At the end of January 2021, the Lucca Tribunal has declared the bankruptcy of Perini Navi, the historical shipyard in Viareggio, the leader in the manufacture of sailing superyachts, founded 40 years ago by Fabio Perini.

The judges blocked the restructuring plan for the 100-million euro debt, presented by the company’s owners, the Tabacchi family, through the company, Fenix. After the presentation of the voluntary arrangement, last May, the Lucca Tribunal allowed an extension to the beginning of the next year to present a restructuring plan. But a month later it declared Perini Navi to be bankrupt and nominated a Receiver.

Among the Italian shipyards interested in purchasing Perini Navi are also Ferretti Group and Sanlorenzo, promotors of a historical alliance through NewCo, with which they put forward an offer for the acquisition of the brand, assets and Italian businesses of Perini Navi, and, possibly, subject to a lease on the company branches, so as to guarantee a more streamlined and faster recovery of manufacturing activities and employment levels.

 

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