The Yverdon-based company for multi-material cutting tools, Lamina Technologies, was taken over by Triton via its Triton Smaller Mid Cap Fund (TSM).
Homburger acted as counsel to the syndicate banks in connection with the financing of Triton’s acquisition of Lamina Technologies under a Swiss law governed credit facilities agreement, between Leander Switzerland Holding SA as AcquiCo, Original Borrower and Original Guarantor and the Finance Parties. The acquisition closed on May 14, 2020 and Lamina Technologies acceded to the credit facilities agreement on June 15, 2020.
Homburger advised the syndicate banks with regard to all legal aspects of the financing transaction. The team was led by partner Jürg Frick (Banking and Finance – pictured) and included partner Stefan Oesterhelt (Tax) as well as associates Stefan Bindschedler and Alexander Wherlock (both Banking and Finance).
As previously reported by Legalcommunity.ch, VISCHER advised both Lamina and its shareholders, including the CEL Catalyst China-Israel Fund, on the sale. The team was created by partner Matthias Staehelin (corporate/ m&a – pictured) managed and supported by associates Vincent Reardon and Pauline Pfirter (both corporate/ m&a) .