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Eversheds Sutherland advises on acquisition of Anam Technologies

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Leading global law firm Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to have advised Anam Technologies on its acquisition this week by Croatian Infobip Group – a global cloud communications platform company for businesses and leader in telecom solutions.

Headquartered in Dublin, Anam Technologies is an Irish mobile telecoms software company and the number one SMS Firewall and A2P Monetisation service provider, filtering billions of messages for over 80 Mobile Operators with over 606 million customers across the world.

The purchase price remains undisclosed and consists of a combination of cash and Infobip shares.

Upon completion, customers of both companies will benefit from a better all-up offering including 24/7 Networks Operations Centre (NOC), on-ground support, enriched analytics, and reporting. Together they will be able to provide technical solutions to over 700 Mobile Operators globally.

The Eversheds Sutherland Ireland team in the Dublin office was led by Corporate Partner Tony McGovern, with Jonathan Ennis, senior associate and Vanessa Lawlor, corporate solicitor (Corporate). Head of Tax and Managing Partner, Alan Connell and Robert Dever, senior associate (Tax) advised on the tax elements of the sale. Robert Potter-Cogan, senior associate (Banking & Finance), and Maria Gallagher, senior associate (Employment), advised on the banking and employment law elements respectively.

Tony McGovern, Partner in Eversheds Sutherland’s Corporate Team said: “We are delighted to support Anam Technologies with this deal, utilising the depth and breadth of our skills and industry knowledge. This is a significant transaction that brings two best in class messaging companies together to support the global digital environment. We congratulate Darragh and his team and wish them every success with their future growth strategy.”

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