An integrated team from global law firm Reed Smith has advised Eisvogel Group on the acquisition of Haas Präzisionstechnik GmbH, with its business seat in Bad Dürrheim (Germany). The legal advice covered all aspects of the acquisition, including corporate, finance, labour and employment, and real estate law. Reed Smith partner Dr Octávio de Sousa led the team, which also included partners Rolf Hünermann, Dirk-Peter Flor and Dr Marc Spielberger as well as Maximilian Santüns, Harald Heller, Cihangir Agdemir, and Artur Korn.
Eisvogel Group is a private industrial holding company with an investment focus on entities engaged in high specification industrial businesses and associated services in Germany, the UK, Switzerland and Austria.
Haas Präzisionstechnik GmbH is a globally active manufacturer of rotationally symmetric parts and high precision solutions in the areas of drive, control and medical technology, as well as ventilation and the construction of machinery and equipment. It operates through its sites in Germany and Switzerland.
The acquisition of Haas Präzisionstechnik GmbH is Eisvogel Group's first German investment.
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