Heuking advises Deutsche Invest Mittelstand on the acquisition of Sundwiger Messingwerk GmbH & Co. KG and The Miller Company
Funds advised by Deutsche Invest Mittelstand acquired Sundwiger Messingwerk GmbH & Co. KG and The Miller Company from Diehl Stiftung & Co KG. A team led by Dr. Jörg aus der Fünten, Partner at Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, advised Deutsche Invest Mittelstand on the cross-border carve-out transaction.
Sundwiger Messingwerk GmbH & Co. KG and The Miller Company, Inc. are suppliers of strip made of special bronze and brass alloys such as sheet metal and wire. The product portfolio includes a variety of high-performance copper alloys for various industrial applications. More than 300 employees work at the sites in Sundwig, Germany and Meriden, Connecticut, USA.
Deutsche Invest Mittelstand is a member of Deutsche Invest Capital Partners Group (DICP) and is an investment company that focuses on investments in special situations in small and medium-sized companies in the Germany/Austria/Switzerland region that show potential for improving sales and earnings. The company pursues a sustainable, long-term investment approach that combines transaction management, financing management, value-added management, and operational know-how.
The team led by aus der Fünten had most recently advised Deutsche Invest Mittelstand on the transaction of Babcock & Wilcox Loibl GmbH in 2019.
Counsel to Deutsche Invest Mittelstand
Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek:
Dr. Jörg aus der Fünten (Lead, M&A, Corporate), Cologne
Sandra Pfister, LL.M. (University of Sydney) (Banking & Finance), Hamburg
Dr. Kai Erhardt (Banking & Finance), Hamburg
David Loszynski (Banking & Finance), Hamburg
Beliardis Ehlert-Gasde (Banking & Finance), Hamburg
Irene Braunagel (Banking & Finance), Frankfurt
Michèle von Lewinski (Banking & Finance), Frankfurt
Christian Staps (Banking & Finance), Frankfurt
Andreas Wiencke (Banking & Finance), Frankfurt
Dr. Marc P. Scheunemann, LL.M. (Tax), Düsseldorf
Klaus Weinand-Härer (Tax), Frankfurt
Adam Brockmann (Tax), Frankfurt
Dr. Frederik Wiemer (Antitrust), Hamburg
Kerstin Deiters, LL.M., EMBA (Employment), Cologne