Hengeler Mueller advises Waterland on partnership with GOD

12. April 2021

Waterland Private Equity is entering into a partnership with the software developer Gesellschaft für Organisation und Datenverarbeitung mbH (GOD), a leading provider of customised enterprise IT and software solutions, particularly in the segment of complex supply chains and production processes, with seat in Braunschweig and will acquire a majority stake in GOD. As part of a buy & build strategy, GOD's service portfolio will be expanded through targeted acquisitions. The previous owners Igor Krahne, Ralf Holland and Thomas Wolenski will remain significantly invested and will keep their management roles.

Hengeler Mueller advises Waterland Private Equity on the transaction. The team was led by partner Daniel Wiegand (M&A) and included partners Matthias Scheifele (Tax) (both Munich), Christian Hoefs (Employment), Nikolaus Vieten (Financing) (both Frankfurt), Thorsten Mäger (Antitrust) and Vera Jungkind (Public Law) (both Düsseldorf), counsel Matthias Rothkopf (IP/IT, Düsseldorf) and Peter Dampf (Financing, Frankfurt) as well as associates Achim Spengler, Thomas Weierer, Florian Braun, Isabella Stocks (all M&A, Munich), Henning Hilke (Financing), Andreas Kaletsch (Employment), Jan Adami (Tax) (all Frankfurt), Anja Balitzki, Claudia Zschoch (both Antitrust) and Carsten Bormann (Public Law) (all Düsseldorf).