CMS advises capiton/CymbiQ Group on the acquisition of anovis it-services and trading gmbh

CMS advises capiton/CymbiQ Group on the acquisition of anovis it-services and trading gmbh

CymbiQ Group AG, a portfolio company of the German private equity investor capiton, has acquired anovis it-services and trading gmbh, Vienna, Austria.

The acquisition of the Austrian managed security service provider marks the first step of CymbiQ Group AG in establishing a European cyber-security-group around ISPIN AG, Bassersdorf, Switzerland. In the future, the group shall pool the competences of several European service providers and offer a one-stop-shop for integrated security solutions.

An international CMS team led by Dr Daniel Jenny (CMS Switzerland) has comprehensively advised the buyer in the course of this international transaction.

 

CMS Switzerland
Dr Daniel Jenny, Lead Partner, Corporate/M&A
Florian Jung, Associate, Corporate/M&A
Stipe Jozic, Associate, Corporate/M&A
Oliver Girstmair, Trainee, Corporate/M&A

CMS Austria
Dr Clemens Grossmayer, Partner, Corporate/M&A
Dr Dieter Zandler, Partner, Antitrust law
Cornelia Kreuth, Associate, Corporate/M&A

CMS Germany
Dr Eva Annett Grigoleit, Partner, Corporate/M&A
Patrick M. Lühr, Associate, Corporate/M&A

CMS Czech Republic
Lukas Janicek, Partner, Corporate/M&A
Lukas Vymola, Associate, Corporate/M&A
Lukas Reichmann, Junior Associate, Corporate/M&A

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