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CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advises Vivalto Santé Group in connection with the transfer of Clinique Sourdille to Elsan Group

CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advised Vivalto Santé group in connection with the transfer to Elsan group of 80% of the share capital of Clinique Sourdille, jointly with some doctors. Clinique Sourdille is a company operating a clinic of the same name in Nantes specialising in ophthalmology.

Clinique Sourdille was established in Nantes in 1928. This reference establishment, fully dedicated to ophthalmology, includes 72 beds and capacity for outpatients, 37 practitioners and around a hundred employees.

With this acquisition, Elsan group consolidates its presence in the region of Nantes and eventually intends to set up a reference institute in ophthalmology by 2019, by gathering teams from Clinique Sourdille and Polyclinique de l'Atlantique (PCA).

Vivalto Santé group was founded in 2009 by Daniel Caille and several doctors for the acquisition of three clinics, including CHP Saint-Grégoire in Rennes. Vivalto Santé is currently the owner of a network of some twenty private health establishments located in Brittany, Normandy, Pays de la Loire, Ile de France and Rhône-Alpes.

The CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre team that advised Vivalto Santé group
included Arnaud Hugot (Partner), Virginie Corbet-Picard and Matthieu Rollin on corporate and M&A matters, and Jean-Charles Benois (Counsel) on tax matters.

The law firm CDK Avocats advised the doctors with Jérôme Kerviche (Partner).
The law firm Archers advised Elsan group with Eric Labro (Partner), Emily Pabot du Chatelard and Sabine Hossenbaccus.

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