20.09.2018 | Deal Notifications, Press releases

KPMG Law advises Unixtar on investment in Silicon Line

Silicon Line is a supplier of innovative ultra-low-power optical link technology used in the manufacture of thin, lightweight and long high-speed cables, such as those used in the mobile phone and consumer electronics markets. The company was founded in 2005 and has proven expertise in ultra-low power, analog and mixed-signal design.

Unixtar was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. With more than 4,500 employees and six production facilities in China and Cambodia, Unixtar is a major manufacturer and global exporter of electrical cables. Unixtar has the largest capacity for mass production of active optical cables for the consumer market.

In addition to Unixtar, existing investors Munich Venture Partners Fund II GmbH & Co. KG, Capital-E NV, Capital-E II Arkiv Comm.V.A, and Limburgse Reconversie Maatschappij NV also participated in the financing round.

The advice provided by KPMG Law included, in particular, legal advice on the drafting, negotiation and execution of the transaction agreements.

Consultant Unixtar Technologies Inc.
KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Dr. Daniel Kaut (Partner)
Dr. Christian Hensel (Senior Manager, Lead Partner)
Denise Kühn-Rittirsch (Associate, all Corporate/M&A, Nuremberg)

Consultant Silicon Line GmbH
GÖRG Partnership of Attorneys mbB
Dr. Bernt Paudtke (Partner, Lead Partner)
Dr. Christian Glauer (Associate Partner)
Tobias Reichenberger, (Associate, all Corporate / M&A, all Munich)

Advisor Limburgse Reconversie Maatschappij NV
Osborne Clarke LLP
Dr. Benjamin Monheim (Partner, Cologne, Lead Partner)
Sarah-Julia Nießen (Associate, Cologne)
Enno Dreier (Associate, Munich, all Corporate / M&A)

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