Jan 31 (Reuters) - Italian non-performing loan management company Cerved Group said on Thursday it had agreed to buy the property services arm of Greek lender Eurobank for up to 13 million euros ($15 million).
A unit of Cerved will buy the entire capital of Eurobank Property Services (EPS) in Greece as well as its subsidiaries in Romania and Serbia, for 8 million euros initially followed by an additional 5 million euros depending on the unit’s performance.
“Further consideration of up to 5.0 million euros in the form of earn-out will be due upon reaching certain economic results and conditions in the timeframe until 2023,” Cerved said in a statement.
Through the acquisition the Italian group plans to expand its presence in Europe and establish local real-estate practices in countries outside Italy.
Cerved said it expects revenue from its operations in Greece to exceed 10 million euros this year, calculated on a pro-forma full-year basis.
The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of 2019, Cerved said. ($1 = 0.8702 euros) (Reporting by Anna Rzhevkina in Gdynia Editing by Susan Fenton)