Cerha Hempel has advised majority shareholder Talents Squared Limited on the sale of a 90% stake in Modul University Vienna to a subsidiary of the Hungarian Mathias Corvinus Collegium. Brauneis reportedly advised Modul minority shareholder Wirtschaftskammer Wien. Illes Geza Marton and Graf Isola reportedly advised the Mathias Corvinus Collegium.
According to Cerha Hempel, the “Modul University Vienna, on Vienna's Kahlenberg, has been in existence for 15 years and is an internationally recognized private university with versatile study programs at the bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels. It offers 11 degree programs in International Management, Sustainable Development, Applied Data Science, Tourism, and Service Management for 1,100 students in Vienna and Nanjing, China.”
Cerha Hempel’s team included Austria-based Partners Heinrich Foglar-Deinhardstein, Mark Krenn, Jakob Hartig, Stefan Huber, Julian Feichtinger, Benjamin Twardosz, and Bernhard Kofler-Senoner, Senior Counsel Susanne Molitoris, Counsel Michael Mayer, Attorneys at Law Alina Alavi Kia, Marko Vladic, and Zakar Stepanyan, and Associates Fabian Kraft and Isabella Patt; and Hungary-based Partners Ilona Ronay-Csordas, Wilhelm Stettner, and Edina Nagy and Attorney at Law Magdolna Macsuga.