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International law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP (BCLP) has advised McWin Food Ecosystem Fund (McWin) on its multi-million pound equity investment in White Rabbit Projects (WRP).

McWin has invested in leading food services brands, such as Burger King and Gails, as well as category leaders in food-tech sector including Upside Foods, Footprint and Oishii.

WRP is a hospitality development platform that partners with early-stage restaurants and entrepreneurs to support and accelerate growth, and has stakes in well-known restaurant chains including Lina Stores, Island Poké and Kricket.

The BCLP deal team was led by Partners Benjamin Lee and Carol Osborne, assisted by George Avery and Hannah Guest.

Marian Longin Sobolewski-Hajbert, lawyer responsible for the process on behalf of McWin, said: “We thank the BCLP team for their support in closing the investment in White Rabbit Projects. We have been advised by a very strong team of lawyers, taking the deal to the final line with a robust approach, dedication, and passion.  As a multi-brand restaurant operator, White Rabbit Projects is a great addition to McWin portfolio, and the investment underlines McWin’s growth ambitions to become a dominant player in the European restaurant sector.

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