White & Case advises Pollen Street Capital on multi-layered investments in niiio finance group
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Pollen Street Capital (PSC) on its intended acquisition and combination of niiio finance group AG, fundsaccess AG, FundHero SA, FinTecc LLC and MiFID-Recorder GmbH.
As part of the transaction, a significant majority of investors in niiio, including senior management, agreed to roll-over into the new group holding company. Key shareholders of fundsaccess, FundHero, FinTecc and MiFID-Recorder will also reinvest in the new group. niiio is currently listed on the Duesseldorf and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges. The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals.
PSC is a private capital asset manager with more than £4.2 billion assets under management across private equity and credit strategies on behalf of investors including public and corporate pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, endowments and foundations, asset managers, banks and family offices from around the world.
The White & Case team which advised on the transaction was led by partner Sebastian Pitz and included partners Sebastian Stuetze, Bodo Bender, Tim Bracksiek, Andreas Lischka, Detlev Gabel (all Frankfurt), Thomas Glauden (Luxembourg, Brussels) and Arnaud Cagi-Nicolau (Luxembourg), local partners Johannes Goossens, Jochen Hoerth, Alisa Preissler (all Frankfurt), Thilo Wienke and Mathis Rust (both Duesseldorf) and associates Agmal Bahrami, Konstantin Huber, Jan Ditrich, Karsten Krumm, Alexander Bijok, Miriam Staatz (all Frankfurt), Martin Junker (Berlin), Kristin Brueggert (Hamburg), Lisa Baer (Duesseldorf), Karen Abbatuan (London), Alexia Nyoung-Roger and Arnaud Marquet (both Luxembourg).
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