16.01.2019 | Deal Notifications, Press releases

KPMG Law advises Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH as lead investor in the Series D financing round of orderbird AG

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH provided legal advice to Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH as lead investor in the Series D financing round of orderbird AG. KPMG Law again worked closely with KPMG’s M&A, Tax and Deal Advisory teams. The post-money valuation of orderbird AG is around 60 million euros.

orderbird AG offers intuitive software solutions and additional services for more than 8,000 individual restaurateurs in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France with a transaction turnover of 1.4 billion euros per year. With the centerpiece, Europe’s leading iPad cash register, restaurants, cafés, bars and food trucks can take orders easily and on the move, bill flexibly and generate tax-compliant reports at the touch of a button. orderbird AG was founded in 2011 and today employs more than 110 people in Berlin and Vienna. In addition to Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH, the investors include METRO, Concardis and ALSTIN.

Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH, based in Baunach, is regularly advised by KPMG Law on venture capital transactions. The investment focus of Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH is on electrical engineering, safety engineering, medical technology, sensor technology and cleantech.

In the context of the transaction, KPMG Law provided legal advice on the legal due diligence as well as on the drafting and negotiation of the contractual framework underlying the transaction. KPMG Law worked closely with KPMG’s M&A, Tax and Deal Advisory teams on this matter.

Advisor Dr. Max Iann Invest GmbH:

– KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, Nuremberg

Dr. Daniel Kaut (Partner, Corporate/M&A, Lead Partner)
Dr. Christian Hensel (Senior Manager, Corporate/M&A)
Dr. Nils Peter Brügmann (Manager, Corporate/M&A)
Sebastian Seibold (Manager, Corporate/M&A)

– KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Frankfurt

Dr. Jens Berberich (Partner, M&A Tax)
Axel Wagner (Senior Manager, M&A Tax)
Jens Hartmann (Assistant Manager, M&A Tax)

Magnus Schenk (Director, Deal Advisory)
Hanchi Guan (Assistant Manager, Deal Advisory)

Consultant orderbird AG:

– orderbird AG

Jennifer Künzl (Legal Department)

– Wegnerpartner, Berlin

Dr. Olaf Weiß (Partner, Wegnerpartner)
Dr. Ines Krolop (Partner, Corporate/M&A)

Advisor Digital Growth Fund I:

– Schnittker Möllmann Partners, Berlin

Dr. Peter Möllmann (Partner, Corporate/M&A)
Janina Erichsen (Associate, Corporate/M&A)

Advisor HoReCa Investment I (Metro):

– Noerr, Berlin

Felix Blobel (Partner, Corporate/M&A)

Consultant Concardis:

– TaylorWessing, Munich

Martin Kraus (Partner, Corporate/M&A)
Nikolay Stoykov (Associate, Corporate/M&A)

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