NKF advises Capvis on its investment into AdEx Partners

Niederer Kraft Frey advised Capvis, the specialist in mid-market investments and a well-known Swiss investor, on the investment into AdEx Partners. The growth strategy will be further enhanced through expansion of the service portfolio, internationalization, and m&a. The existing management team and partners will continue to be invested alongside Capvis.

AdEx Partners, is a leading digital transformation and IT strategy consultancy in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The partnership of AdEx Partners, led by Carsten Kracht, Ferdinand Weiß and Stefan Rieder, will remain significantly invested.

The NKF team was co-led by corporate/m&a partner Ulysses von Salis (pictured left) and senior associate Katalin Siklosi (corporate/m&a, pictured right), working with associate Binderiya Gan-Ayush (data protection/IT), senior associate Livia Keller and associate Daniela Lötscher (both employment) as well as junior associates Carlotta Ulmer (finance) and Alexander Züger (corporate/m&a). Lupp+Partner acted as lead counsel.

NKF advises Capvis on its investment into AdEx Partners



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