LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. investment firm Blackstone <BX.N> said on Wednesday it had clinched an all cash deal to buy real estate specialist Taliesin Property Fund <TPF.L> in its latest push into European real estate.
The transaction values Taliesin, which was formed in 2006 to invest in residential property in Berlin, at about 260 million euros ($307.66 million), representing a 10 percent premium to the closing price of 46.31 euros per Taliesin share on December 19.
The deal was carried out by two newly formed investment vehicles, Wren Bidco and Canary Bidco, which are controlled by Blackstone.
The offer price has been agreed by the boards of directors of Taliesin and the bidcos on the basis that no final dividend for the financial year to December 31 will be paid by Taliesin to its shareholders.
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Taliesin was advised by Rothschild while Blackstone used investment bank Lazard.
(Reporting by Pamela Barbaglia; editing by Jason Neely)