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Wolf Theiss, working with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Gorrissen Federspiel, and Hengeler Mueller, has advised Software AG on the carve-out and sale of its Super Integration Platform as a Service business to IBM. Binder Groesswang, working with Cravath, Swaine & Moore, advised IBM.

Schoenherr has advised Erste Group Bank on Breiteneder Immobilien Parking Group's invitation to existing holders to exchange their notes issued in 2018 for the recently issued Breiteneder Immobilien Parking 4.875% notes 2024-2030. The firm also advised Erste Group Bank as the lead manager and Oberbank as co-lead manager on the subsequent successful tap issue of the 2024-2030 notes. CMS advised the issuer.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has advised Barclays Bank Ireland on the sale of assets and liabilities that comprise its German consumer finance business – Consumer Bank Europe – to BAWAG P.S.K. Hengeler Mueller advised BAWAG. Reportedly, BPV Huegel and Mason Hayes & Curran advised BAWAG as well.

Wolf Theiss has advised Bob W on its entry into the Austrian market via a long-term lease agreement with Viennese developer Peter Pilz & Partner Projektentwicklungs, reportedly advised by Puschner Spernbauer Rosenauer.

Gecic Law, working with Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner, Von Wobeser y Sierra, and Pedersoli Gattai, has advised Remus Holding on the acquisition of a controlling stake in GLM from Star Capital Sgr. Giliberti Triscornia e Associati reportedly advised Star Capital.

In Austria, economic challenges confronting businesses keep lawyers busy, according to Fellner Wratzfeld & Partner Partner Florian Kranebitter. Financial difficulties, compounded by post-COVID-19 financial strains and challenges in the supply chain are at the top of the agenda alongside a drive to nurture startups and an increasing emphasis on sustainability.