Berlin-headquartered Perpetua focusses on long-term investments into stable, small and medium-sized enterprises across Europe.
Acting as transaction advisors, WFW carried out the due diligence process, as well as the drafting and negotiation of the SPA, and several other ancillary agreements, as well as the closing of the transaction.
Perpetua will work with Nothelle’s existing manager and former owner Maurice Nothelle, who retains his position going forward, to accelerate the companies’ organic growth strategy, expand their service portfolio and target further investment opportunities.
myStromer, founded in Oberwangen, Switzerland in 2009 by Thomas Binggeli, is shaping the future of mobility with its speed pedelecs, producing around 12,000 of these fast e-bikes (45km/h) a year at the site in Oberwangen.
WFW advises Advance Energy on acquisition of 50% stake in Carnarvon Timor and reverse takeover raising US$20m
In return for its stake in the project, Advance Energy is funding the drilling of the new Buffalo-10 well for up to US$20m on a free-carry basis.
In an increasingly globalised financial market, companies listed on their local markets often seek a dual listing abroad to maximise international investor exposure. Listed companies with an appetite for rapid growth need the right investment platform to continue their development and enhance their brand. A London dual listing may be the very solution.
The UAE Government has recently made significant changes to the country’s Commercial Companies Law. This article explores the key amendments to the CCL contained in the recently passed Federal Decree Law No. 26 of 2020.
AdVini’s vineyards cover a total of 2 200 hectares in France and abroad, including 30 domains, châteaux and wineries.
This is the third of a series of three linked articles focusing on France’s 2020 Finance Bill. This article explores the new depreciation regulations for green investments in the maritime sector.
This is the second linked article focusing on France’s 2020 Finance Bill. This article discusses the impact the new bill will have on corporate transactions and the management of large French corporations.