Allgeier’s Acquisition of Majority Stake in MySign AG

Bär & Karrer acted as legal advisor to Allgeier in this transaction.

Allgeier, a technology company for digital transformation, agreed to purchase a majority stake in MySign. The core business of MySign AG is the digitalization of business models with a focus on eCommerce.

MySign’s three founders will retain a 20% stake in the business. The purchase price amounts to a single-digit million euro amount due at closing as well as a performance-based earn-out, according to Allgeier. The closing of the transaction is expected in the next three to four weeks.

The Bär & Karrer team included Christoph Neeracher (Picture), Philippe Seiler, Isabelle Stalder and Patrick Zumsteg (all M&A), Raoul Stocker and Julian Hodel (both Tax), Markus Wang and Tobias Rebmann (both IP), Rehana Harasgama (Data Protection), Janine Wüst (Finance) as well as Laura Widmer and Laura Rubeli (both Employment).

Involved fees earner: Rehana Harasgama – Bär & Karrer; Julian Hodel – Bär & Karrer; Christoph Neeracher – Bär & Karrer; Tobias Rebmann – Bär & Karrer; Laura Rubeli – Bär & Karrer; Philippe Seiler – Bär & Karrer; Isabelle Stalder – Bär & Karrer; Raoul Stocker – Bär & Karrer; Markus Wang – Bär & Karrer; Laura Widmer – Bär & Karrer; Janine Wüst – Bär & Karrer; Patrick Zumsteg – Bär & Karrer;

Law Firms: Bär & Karrer;

Clients: Allgeier SE;

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler