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25.01.2023 | Deal Notifications

KPMG Law advises Zollner Elektronik AG on the sale of the Sourceability Group to a US Family Office

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft advised Zollner Elektronik AG on the sale of the Sourceability Group to a US family office.

CrowdOut Capital LLC, an Austin-based investment firm, and CO Long Term Equity Fund I LP have acquired Sourceability, a global distributor of electronic components, from Zollner Elektronik AG.

KPMG Law provided comprehensive legal advice on the structuring of the transaction and the transfer of companies in Germany, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore and India. In doing so, KPMG Law worked with a cross-country and cross-location team from the areas of corporate law/M&A, IP/IT, labor law, and antitrust and foreign trade law with law firms from its own international network. The law firm Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan advised on all U.S. legal issues.

Sourceability is a global distributor of electronic components and has developed its own e-commerce marketplace, providing professional buyers and engineers with access to an extensive parts range with global logistics support. The company’s global distribution centers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Miami are supported by regional offices.

Tax advice and structuring for Zollner AG was provided by a team from KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft (KPMG) with cross-border teams from the global KPMG organization.

CrowdOut Capital was advised by an international team from Norton Rose Fulbright.

Consultant Zollner AG:

Inhouse: Milan Nosek, Head of Legal Department Zollner AG

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH: Stefan Kimmel (Partner, Corporate/M&A, Berlin), Dr. Heiko Hoffmann (Partner, Corporate/M&A, Munich) – both Lead Partners – , Frederik Johannesdotter (Senior Manager, Corporate, M&A, Munich), Dr. Anna Reimann (Senior Manager, Corporate M&A, Munich), Christoph Kampschulte (Manager , Corporate, M&A, Munich), Tamara Granzow (Manager, Corporate/M&A, Berlin); Philipp Augenstein (Associate, Corporate, M&A, Munich), Dr. Anna Wipper (Partner, IP/IT, Berlin), Dr. Gerrit Rixen (Partner, Antitrust and Foreign Trade Law, Cologne), Dr. Hannes Schwinn (Senior Manager, Antitrust and Foreign Trade Law, Stuttgart), Dr. Martin Trayer (Partner, Labor Law, Frankfurt)

KPMG: Karl Spangler (Partner, Tax, Regensburg), Marcus Aberl (Director, International Transaction Tax, Munich), Christian Schmid (Partner, Corporate Tax, Munich)

Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan (USA): Andrew W. Nelson (Partner, Corporate M&A), Richard E. Mancuso (Partner, IP), Eleni T. Choephel (Associate, Corporate M&A)

 

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