Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Nordic private equity firm Adelis on the acquisition of real estate technology company Diakrit.
Adelis is a private equity firm focused on the Nordic mid-market with approximately €2 billion in assets under management. Since raising its first fund in 2013, Adelis has been one of the most active investors in the Nordic mid-market, making 31 platform investments and more than 130 add-on acquisitions.
Diakrit is a leading real estate technology and digital property marketing content company founded in Sweden and used by real estate brokers across the world. With 10 offices globally, it currently services over 2,000 real estate brokerages in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Australia, New Zealand and the US. Diakrit has established a unique and highly attractive position in the markets it operates in due to its cutting-edge technology, efficient automation and scalable operations, which enable Diakrit to deliver an unrivalled real estate experience that generates superior results for real estate brokers, homeowners and buyers.
The White & Case team which advised on the transaction was led by partner Shoan Panahi and included counsel Peter Svanqvist and associates Sebastian Wallin, Anders Westling, Karl Nordlin, Daniel Agnemyr, Zacharias Ngiam, Erik Holm, Jacob Johnsson, Jonas Johansson, Alexia Kavaleff (all Stockholm), Girish Rao, Fiona Blanch (both Melbourne) and Louise Lundberg (Brussels).
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