Tuesday, 2 August 2022

Orth Kluth is advising the Teamwill Group in France on its Avantalion Consulting Group takeover

Paris-based Teamwill, a business & IT solutions specialist dedicated to credit and specialised finance, took over the German Avantalion Consulting Group in June. Orth Kluth provided comprehensive legal advice on this transaction to the French market leader, which has another six sites in Europe and North Africa. The law firm with offices in Düsseldorf and Berlin has been working with several international teams for many years. Its French Desk supported Teamwill’s Avantalion takeover.

According to Teamwill, this recent acquisition follows the integration of four companies in the last three years and is in line with the company’s growth strategy. It also extends the scope of Teamwill’s services internationally. Avantalion’s strategic presence in Germany reinforces Teamwill’s customer proximity model in Europe and consolidates its ties with Asia through its subsidiary in Singapore.

Founded in 2007, Avantalion supports its clients in the areas of business expansion and transformation projects in Europe, Asia and the United States. Its client portfolio consists mainly of major players in the automotive finance and mobility industry. Based in Bingen am Rhein, the company has around 30 employees.

Founded in 2004, Teamwill is the French market leader in business & IT solutions dedicated to credit and specialised finance. Its 500 expert consultants in seven countries support major international retail banks, specialised finance companies and automotive captives in redefining their front-to-back processes and integrating the market’s leading software solutions.

Consulting Orth Kluth lawyers: Dr Kai-Michael König, Martina Stasch (lead), Dr Tim Christian Gießelmann and Katrin Ludwig (all corporate/M&A), Dr Moritz Dästner (antitrust law), Maike Regener and Volker Herrmann (commercial law), Carolin Bergermann (construction and real estate law), Elisaveta Breckheimer and Philippe Träm (IP/IT), Mara van Straelen and Dominique Faßbender (employment law).