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Eversheds Sutherland assisted Český strojírenský holding in its acquisition of MF Energy

  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia

    09-07-2019

    Prague, 9 July 2019 – Český strojírenský holding has made a significant acquisition of a 100% stake in MF Energy, a manufacturer of blades and accessories for gas, steam and smaller water turbines. In the transaction, which is part of the holding's plans to build a strong group of interconnected companies, Eversheds Sutherland assisted the buyer.

    "It was a great honour for us to participate in such an important project for an expanding company such as Český strojírenský holding," said Veronika Odrobinová, head of the transaction team and a partner at Eversheds Sutherland. "We believe that the acquisition of MF Energy offers interesting market potential for the client and will further strengthen its activities in the Czech Republic. We are glad to have been a part of it." Joining Odrobinová on the team were principal associate Jiří Kokeš, senior associate Lucie Luptáková and associate David Fabián.

    Český strojírenský holding a. s. was founded in 2017 by a group of private Czech investors – industrialists, financial investors and scientists. The co-owners, who have many years of experience operating in Czech industry and investing, are actively involved in managing the holding and selecting investments. They focus on companies with turnover of CZK 50 to 500 million and interesting market potential.

    Eversheds Sutherland is one of the Top 15 global law firms. More than 5,000 people work in 678 offices in 34 jurisdictions in Europe, the USA, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Eversheds Sutherland clients include 72 Fortune 100 and 61 FTSE 100 companies. www.eversheds-sutherland.com

     

    Media contact:
    David Pilař
    Marketing & Business Development Manager
    Eversheds Sutherland
    M: + 420 604 100 491
    E: david.pilar@eversheds-sutherland.cz

     

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