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Clifford Chance, Jalsovszky, and Wolf Theiss Advise on Financing for CVC and Emma Acquisition of Packeta

Clifford Chance, Jalsovszky, and Wolf Theiss Advise on Financing for CVC and Emma Acquisition of Packeta

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Clifford Chance, working with Jalsovszky, has advised a club of banks led by Ceska Sporitelna on the financing for CVC Capital Partners and Emma Capital's acquisition of Packeta (reported by CEE Legal Matters on January 9, 2024). Wolf Theiss advised Packeta.

The bank club included Ceska Sporitelna, Ceskoslovenska Obchodni Banka, and Citibank. According to Clifford Chance, "the transaction further involves refinancing and restructuring of Packeta group's existing financing."

Packeta is the parent company of local technology and logistics company Zasilkovna and is a Czech Republic-headquartered e-commerce logistics and out-of-home delivery player with delivery networks in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It has more than 9,000 third-party pick-up and drop-off points and more than 6,000 automatic parcel machines, providing e-commerce delivery solutions to a customer base of more than 45,000 retailers, as well as straight-to-consumer home delivery services.

CVC is a private equity and investment advisory firm with a network of 29 offices throughout Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the US, with approximately USD 177 billion in assets under management.

Emma Capital is a private investment holding founded in 2012 by Jiri Smejc.

The Clifford Chance team included Partner Milos Felgr, Counsel Dominik Vojta, Senior Associate Hana Cekalova, and Junior Lawyers Ondrej Steco and Sara Bartlova.

The Jalsovszky team included Senior Associate Adam Boross and Associates Roxana Martinas and Zsombor Gere.

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