Mayer Brown advised Sixth Street Specialty Lending in connection with the public takeover offer and successful settlement of shares in EASY SOFTWARE AG by deltus 36.
Deltus 36. AG is a holding company controlled by funds of Battery Ventures. EASY SOFTWARE AG is a German developer of software solutions for electronic archiving and document management systems.
Sixth Street is a global investment firm with over $47 billion in assets under management. The London-based team at Sixth Street Specialty Lending provides creative, flexible and fully committed financing to middle market companies throughout Europe.
The Mayer Brown team advising Sixth Street was led by Banking & Finance partners Stuart Brinkworth (London; Picture), Bernina Butt and Dr. Martin Heuber (both Frankfurt) and included: Banking & Finance – partner Andreas Lange (Frankfurt), counsel Kirsten Schürmann (Frankfurt), senior associate Danister de Silva (London), associates Juliane Thon and Ann-Kathrin Balster (both Frankfurt), transaction lawyer Diego Noriega (Frankfurt), Corporate & Securities – partner Dr. Ulrike Binder (Frankfurt) and Tax Transactions & Consulting – partner Volker Junge (Frankfurt).
Involved fees earner: Ann-Kathrin Balster – Mayer Brown; Ulrike Binder – Mayer Brown; Stuart Brinkworth – Mayer Brown; Bernina Butt – Mayer Brown; Danister de Silva – Mayer Brown; Martin Heuber – Mayer Brown; Volker Junge – Mayer Brown; Andreas Lange – Mayer Brown; Diego Noriega – Mayer Brown; Kirsten Schürmann – Mayer Brown; Juliane Thon – Mayer Brown;
Law Firms: Mayer Brown;
Clients: Sixth Street Specialty Lending;