17.06.2020 | Deal Notifications, Press releases

KPMG Law advises Volkswagen Financial Services on the acquisition of Voya Group

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH provided legal advice to Volkswagen Financial Services on the acquisition of the business operations of Voya GmbH.

Voya is a business travel management company specializing in the distribution of digital travel services for business travel in Europe. The company’s product solutions handle all travel management processes, such as policy management, bookings and accounting. Travel management for business customers is offered faster, more efficiently and more economically with the software solutions. Voya has locations in Hamburg and Bucharest.

As part of the transaction, KPMG Law provided legal advice and structuring services for the legal due diligence as well as for the drafting and negotiation of the contractual framework underlying the transaction, with a focus on IT and data protection law.

Advisor Volkswagen Financial Services:

KPMG Law, Germany: Dr. Christian Nordholtz (lead), Partner, Dr. Dimitri Immermann, Manager, Frederik Wesch, Associate, Sandra Horn, Associate, all Corporate/M&A, all Hanover; Dr. Gerrit Rixen, Partner, Dr. Alexander Roos, Senior Manager, both Antitrust, both Cologne; Thorsten Jansen, Senior Manager, Cologne, Lana Dachlauer-Baron, Senior Associate, Nuremberg, both IT/Data Protection, Dr. Peter Schad, Senior Manager, Banking Supervisory Law/Payments Law, Munich

KPMG Legal, Romania: Cristiana Fernbach, Partner, Flavius Florea, Senior Managing Associate, both IT/Data Protection, Irina Stanica, Managing Associate, Labor Law, all Bucharest

Inhouse Legal: Dr. Oliver Tinz, Maximilian Paulsen, both M&A, Philipp Piontek, Legal Counsel, all Braunschweig

Consultant Voya GmbH:

GSK Stockmann: Dr. Thomas Derlin, Partner, Corporate/M&A, Berlin

Advisor Rockaway Ventures a.s:

Inhouse Legal: Jakub Kruta, Legal Counsel, Prague


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