Vikram Bhatia is a Director with Teneo’s Financial Advisory business, based in London. His work focuses on company and creditor side financial advisory across Europe.
Vikram has over 12 years of financial advisory experience, advising global corporates, lenders and is primarily focused on European markets. His experience ranges from debt restructurings to capital raising and distressed and non-distressed mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to the joining Teneo, Vikram worked at EY for over 5 years and has a diverse Investment Banking experience having previously worked with Morgan Stanley and BNP Paribas. He has strong connections across law firms and investing communities in the UK and Europe.
Vikram became a CFA Charterholder in 2013 and has a degree in MBA from Symbiosis International University, India.
Selected Project Experience
- Mercator – Refinancing of the Slovenian food retail company for its wider group debt of ca. EUR 400m.
- Ankara Etlik Hospital PPP – Restructuring of the SPV of the EUR 1.3bn hospital project in Turkey.
- Mercator – Refinancing of the Slovenian food retail company for its super senior RCF of ca. EUR 80m.
- Victoria Group – Financial Advisor to the Serbian Company on restructuring of debt of ca. EUR 265m.
- Bibby Offshore – Bond restructuring of the UK based oil and gas services company for ca. GBP 200m.
- Energobit – Restructuring of the Romanian power engineering products and services company.
- Adven – Financing for acquisition of the Company by Infracapital and AMP Capital for ca. GBP 300m.
- Cable & Wireless – Sell-side Company Financial Advisor on sale of Monaco Telecom to Xavier Niel’s NJJ Cap for ca. USD 445m.
- Indra – Financial Advisor for acquisition of Politec for EUR 100m.
- Numonyx – Financial Advisor for sale of business to Micron for USD 1.3bn.
- Automomy – Financial Advisor to company on issuance of convertible bonds of ca. GBP 500m.
- Mail.ru – Financial Advisor to Company on IPO on London Stock Exchange of ca. USD 912m.
- Dimension Data – Sell-side advisor on sale of Company to Japan’s NTT for ca. GBP 2.1bn.