INDEFI was entrusted by Initiative & Finance to conduct the ESG due diligence in the acquisition of Inomed. The swiss-based company is specialised in the design and manufacture of customised sterilisation trays for orthopaedic and spinal surgery.
INDEFI assisted Capzanine and Opteven management in the context of the acquisition of Opteven by Ardian . Opteven is a French insurance company specialized in mechanical breakdown warranties and provider of assistance, with revenues over €150 million.
INDEFI assisted IDI and Isla Délice management in the context of the acquisition of Ambre Délice by Perwyn. Isla Délice is the French leader of halal charcuterie products and prepared-meals with revenues over €70 million.
INDEFI assisted Eurazeo PME in the acquisition of a majority stake in ST GROUP, renamed VITAPROTECH, the French leader in securing physical access to sensitive sites through its SORHEA and TIL Technologies brands, with revenues of €29 million.
INDEFI advised MBO Partenaires in the acquisition of a majority stake in Groupe LT, France-based company specialised in the rental of construction-related equipment.
INDEFI advised Florac in the acquisition of a significant minority interest in Editions Delcourt, the second largest publisher of comics in France with over €100 million revenues.
INDEFI assisted Ardian in the ESG Vendor Due Diligence of ESIM Chemicals, global provider of high-quality agricultural and crop protection chemicals, intermediates and maleic anhydride tree chemicals. After three years supporting the Austrian firm, Ardian sold its stakes in ESIM Chemicals to Sun European Partners.
INDEFI assisted Azulis Capital in the sale of its majority stake in Holweg Weber, world leader in the manufacturing of machines for the production of paper bags with revenues over €50 million, to Motion Equity Partner and Arkéa Capital.
INDEFI advised Sofina and Ceres Capital Partners in the acquisition of Biotech Dental, French dental implant manufacturer and dentistry equipment specialist with €55m of revenues. This financial operation consists in the investment of €52m by Sofina and Ceres Capital, and an additional loan of €48m.