Barbara Jagersberger

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Jagersberger
Barbara Jagersberger is a partner in the Corporate Department of the Munich office. Her practice concentrates on private equity, mergers & acquisitions, restructuring and corporate law with a particular focus on cross-border private equity and M&A transactions. She has extensive experience in a variety of sectors including healthcare, technology, automotive, manufacturing and e-commerce.

Barbara Jagersberger has been recognized as highly regarded practitioner in IFLR1000.

Recent representations include, among others, advising:

  • Ardian-backed Santé Cie group in the acquisition of a majority stake in APOSAN group, a leading German pharmaceutical homecare provider, from IK Investment Partners
  • Upfield, a KKR portfolio company, in the acquisition of Arivia, a leading developer of plant-based cheese and other dairy and dairy-free products and owner of the brand VIOLIFE
  • KKR in the acquisition of a majority stake in online payment service provider heidelpay group (now Unzer group) from AnaCap Financial Partners
  • Sanofi in the sale of Zentiva, Sanofi's European generics business, to Advent International
  • Pernod Ricard in a strategic investment in Jumia, the leading e-commerce platform on the African continent
  • Novalpina Capital in its voluntary takeover offer for Tallinn-based listed Olympic Entertainment Group AS and subsequent transactions
  • Centerbridge Partners in the sale of A.T.U group to French Mobivia Groupe SA
  • Centerbridge Partners in the acquisition of Senvion group and the subsequent listing of Senvion on the regulated market (Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  • Elementis in the acquisition of special chemicals company SummitReheis from One Rock Capital Partners LLC and Mitsubishi Corp. and subsequent transactions
  • Advent International and Bain Capital Private Equity in the acquisition of Concardis GmbH, a leading payment service provider from a group of German banks
  • Boston Logic Inc., a portfolio company of Providence Equity, in the acquisition of Propertybase GmbH, a Munich-based software-as-a-service provider of CRM and marketing solutions for the real estate sector
  • Shareholder of SCHWIND eye-tech solutions, one of the world's leading specialists in laser systems which treat refractive errors and corneal diseases, in the sale of a majority stake to Ardian
  • mobile.de, a subsidiary of eBay, in the acquisition of Motor-Talk GmbH, Europe's largest online platform concerning motor vehicles, from Axel Springer Digital Ventures, Global Founders Capital as well as the founder and management of Motor-Talk GmbH
  • Shareholders of Tipico, an international provider of sports betting, in the sale of a 60% stake to CVC Capital Partners
  • General Atlantic on its exit from Axel Springer Digital Classifieds GmbH, a strategic partnership with Axel Springer SE, in which the online classified ads business of Axel Springer is bundled
  • Opera Media Works in the acquisition of mobile advertising provider apprupt GmbH
  • C&A Group in negotiations with the insolvency administrator for the sale of insolvent NETRADA group, a provider of e-commerce solutions for the fashion and lifestyle industry, as well as on the future contractual relationship between C&A and arvato AG as new owner of NETRADA Group
  • TPG Capital and DLJ Merchant Banking Funds in their €3.06 billion sale of an 87.5% stake in Grohe group, a Germany-based manufacturer of premium brand sanitary fittings, to LIXIL Group Corporation
  • Charterhouse Capital Partners in the acquisition of Germany based Armacell group, a manufacturer of engineered foams and the world leader in the market for flexible technical insulation materials, from Investcorp SA
  • Summit Partners in the acquisition of a majority stake in Frankfurt-based 360 Treasury Systems AG, a leading independent global provider of a multi-bank, multi-asset trading platform
  • Bregal Capital LLP in its acquisition of Novem group, a Germany-based globally active manufacturer of high-quality decorative components and functional elements for vehicle interiors

Barbara Jagersberger studied law at the Universities of Regensburg, Lausanne (Switzerland) and Oxford (UK). She was admitted to practice in Germany in 2004.

Barbara Jagersberger is fluent in German and English.

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