01.08.2018 | Deal Notifications, Press releases

KPMG Law and KPMG advise managing partners of pluss Personalmanagement on sale to BIP Capital Partners

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH and KPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft (KPMG) advised the managing partners of pluss Personalmanagement GmbH, Hamburg, on the sale to BIP Capital Partners, Luxembourg, and their investment in the acquisition company.

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH advised the managing partners during the entire sale process in a bidding procedure. In particular, KPMG Law attorneys assisted with legal due diligence, advised the shareholders on structuring, including participation in the acquisition company, and developed, negotiated and revised all transaction documents required for the transaction. These included the purchase agreement, shareholders’ agreement, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and directors’ service agreements. KPMG organized the bidding procedure and the sale process and accompanied it in close cooperation with KPMG Law.

pluss Personalmanagement GmbH, headquartered in Hamburg, is a personnel services company with a focus on temporary staffing in the healthcare sector and currently has more than 40 locations, primarily in the northern half of Germany. With the support of the new majority shareholder BIP, the management plans to continue the current expansion strategy and to further focus the pluss Group on the areas of health & social services.

Advisor to the seller

KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Dr. Volker Balda, Partner (Lead, M&A, Frankfurt), Alexander Döhl, Senior Manager and Justus Groß, Manager (both M&A, Frankfurt), Dr. Martin Trayer, Partner and Julia Jakobs, Senior Manager (both Labor Law, Frankfurt), Mark Uwe Pawlytta, Senior Manager, and Dr. Philipp Alexander Pfeiffer, Senior Associate (both, Corporate Law, Family Business)

KPMG AG Auditing Company
Deal Advisory Division: Teresa Schawe, Partner, Thomas Theelen, Senior Manager and Vanessa Lehmann, Senior Associate
Tax department: Tobias Ackert, Partner and Martina Füchsl, Senior Manager

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