Khatera’s experience encompasses a broad range of industries, including, automotive, healthcare, renewable energies, IP/IT, logistics, financial services, construction, e-commerce, nuclear, and defense.
Representative experience includes:
- Brookfield Asset Management in its pending sale of Westinghouse Electric Company, a provider of mission critical technologies, products and services to the nuclear power industry, to a consortium led by Cameco Corporation and Brookfield Renewable Partners, in a transaction that implied a Westinghouse enterprise value of USD 8 billion
- An affiliate of Lone Star Funds on the EUR 5.2 billion sale of MBCC Group, the former BASF construction chemicals business, to Sika before the European Commission and multiple antitrust agencies globally. This is a cross-border matter in which Weil serves as global antitrust counsel coordinating the regulatory process across several jurisdictions worldwide.
- GS Acquisition Holdings Corp II, a SPAC sponsored by an affiliate of Goldman Sachs, in its USD 2.6 billion business combination with Mirion Technologies, Inc., a provider of detection, measurement, analysis and monitoring solutions to the nuclear, defense, medical and research end markets, from Charterhouse Capital Partners
- Berkshire Partners, through its portfolio company Parts Town, on the acquisition of REPA Group, a spare parts distributor for the commercial kitchen as well as for coffee and vending machines in Europe
- Inven Capital SICAV, a.s. on its investment in Forto GmbH, a digital logistics service provider
- Technology Crossover Ventures (“TCV”) on its investment in German unicorn Mambu GmbH, a SaaS banking platform
- TCV on its investment in German unicorn Spryker Systems GmbH, an e‑commerce solutions developer
- Terreal Group on its acquisition of Creaton, a manufacturer and distributor of roofing products in Europe, from Etex Group S.A.
- Motive Partners in its sale of Avaloq, a technology provider of digital banking solutions, core banking software and wealth management technology, to NEC Corporation
Prior to joining Weil, Khatera was a teaching and research fellow at Nanjing University of Finance and Economics and at the University of San Diego, USA. In the following years, Khatera held several teaching positions at the University of Hamburg. She received her doctorate degree in 2018.
She is fluent in German, English and Dari.