Schoenherr has advised the BHS Private Equity Fund on participating in the acquisition of Altran alongside BHS's general partner Versute Investments and Altran managers Petr Havlik, Jaromir Kejval, and Milan Krovina. CMS advised the Capgemini group on the sale. Arrows reportedly advised the managers on the deal.
Founded in 1993, Altran, now renamed Tiyo, is a provider of research, development, and testing services.
The BHS Private Equity Fund is a sub-fund of the BHS Fund II - Private Equity, a variable capital investment fund, and focuses on investments in small and medium-sized businesses in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Capgemini is a French multinational informational technology services and consulting company.
The Schoenherr team included Partner Vladimir Cizek and Attorneys at Law Michal Jendzelovsky, Helena Hangler, Marie Gremillot, Libuse Docekalova, Rudolf Bicek, Petr Koral, Kristyna Zmatlikova, Jan Kupcik, and Sebastian Speta.
The CMS team included Managing Partner Helen Rodwell, Associate Pavel Kocian, and Lawyer Huyen Vuova.