White & Case has advised a consortium of banks on InPost's EUR 490 million issuance of senior notes due 2027. Weil, Gotshal & Manges advised InPost on the deal.
The consortium included global coordinators and joint physical bookrunners J.P. Morgan, BNP Paribas, and Bank Pekao, and joint bookrunners Barclays, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs Bank Europe SE, and ING. The notes will be listed on the official list of the International Stock Exchange.
According to White & Case, the proceeds have been used for the acquisition of shares in Mondial Relay SAS and general corporate purposes. According to the firm, InPost is an e-commerce enablement platform founded in 1999 by Rafal Brzoska in Poland and provides delivery services through its network of more than 13,500 automated parcel machines, as well as to-door couriers and fulfillment services to e-commerce merchants.
White & Case’s team was led by London-based Partners Gilles Teerlinck and Jill Christie and included Warsaw-based Partner Marcin Studniarek, Counsel Bartosz Smardzeski, and Associate Dawid Ksiazek, with further teams in Brussels, Houston, and New York.