Dion Global Solutions GmbH, which develops and sells system-relevant software solutions for financial institutions, applied for a self-administration procedure at the end of June. The responsible district court in Frankfurt am Main appointed Prof. Dr. Klaus Pannen (Prof. Dr. Pannen Rechtsanwälte) provisional administrator. In order to restore the company's financial stability for the future, the management, supplemented during the restructuring by Marc-Philippe Hornung and Thomas Oberle of SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz, initiated a structured investor process. Restrukturierungspartner provided exclusive advice to the self-administration team. The team of experts led by Dr. Stefan Weniger had approached a large number of national and international investors and conducted intensive negotiations with interested parties. In the end, valantic GmbH was able to assert itself in the investor process.
"Within a very short time, we succeeded in finding a strategic investor in valantic who has a long-term continuation of Dion Global Solutions in mind and who will further develop the company", Dr. Stefan Weniger is pleased to report. The purchase agreement (signing) was signed at the end of July. After approvement by the cartel office, the closing was completed on September 1. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
valantic is one of the leading digital solutions, consulting and software companies on the market. With around 700 specialized consultants and developers and a turnover of over 100 million Euros, valantic is one of the fastest growing companies on the market and is represented in the DACH region at 14 locations as well as in the USA, Spain and Luxembourg.
SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz: Marc-Philippe Hornung (Partner), Thomas Oberle (Partner)
Prof. Dr. Pannen Rechtsanwälte: Prof. Dr. Klaus Pannen (Partner)