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Tech M&A

Technology has become a crucial success factor for running and growing businesses. Technology, digitalization, IoT, big data and privacy are changing markets and industries fundamentally and are often main drivers of M&A.

Our multidisciplinary Tech M&A team has deep expertise in the tech industry and advises fintech, e-health, software, telecom and (renewable) energy companies on (cross-border) corporate transactions and all legal aspects of technology. Our clients also include a variety of security, software, cloud and hardware driven companies.

Our Tech M&A team advises tech ventures, corporates, management teams and investors on all aspects of technology driven transactions, including:

  • Preparation for sale, including quick scans/vendor due diligence
  • Funding rounds (equity & debt)
  • Buy-outs
  • Acquisitions
  • Acquihires
  • Joint ventures and strategic partnerships
  • Licensing deals
  • Outsourcing driven deals
  • Disentanglement, including TSAs
  • Post-merger integration
  • Employee participation plans

Our multidisciplinary Tech M&A team offers expertise in e.g. IT, IP, privacy & cyber security, regulated markets, employment & pensions, commercial contracting and real estate in order to be an all round business partner of technology companies.

Recent deals

  • Acquisition of various data centres for a PE backed fiber company
  • Multiple tech platform acquisitions for a PE backed sustainable energy company
  • Partial sale of and PE investment in a software driven sustainable energy cell company
  • Sale of a hardware company
  • Acquisition of technology IP and advisory business for a German multinational
  • Joint venture between a Dutch and US software developer
  • Acquisition of a software driven pension management business for a Dutch large corporate
  • Sale and IT disentanglement of an IT heavy logistical company
  • Representing a US based multimedia company acquiring a Dutch software company
  • Various investments in and exits from tech start ups