Arqis advised financial investor Constellation Capital on its investment in eldisto GmbH – an online distributor of electric bicyles.
Constellation V, a fonds advised by Constellation Capital, invested in eldisto and plans to integrate eldisto into the newly founded Swiss E-Mobility Group AG, consolidating all future investments by Constellation V in e-mobility under one umbrella. The Swiss Colag AG is already part of that group.
Eldisto was founded in Nuremberg in 2009 by Harald Tasch and Andreas Serwotka in order to distribute e-bikes, fat bikes, bicycle accessories and retrofit kits in the DACH region. Today, eldisto operates the bicyle platforms elektrofahrrad-einfach.de and fatbike24.de, which have successfully established on the growing e-bike market over the past few years, partly thanks to their private labels Yupik, Rittberger and Elfej.
Constellation Capital is an investment group founded in 1992 and based at Lake Zurich. Constellation Capital’s business is focused solely on majority stakes in service companies based in Switzerland, Germany or Austria, which operate in business services, education & lifestyle, healthcare or financial services.
Arqis Rechtsanwälte advised Constellation Capital with Lars Laeger (Picture; M&A), Marcus Nothhelfer (IP), Christian Wegener (tax), Ulrich Lienhard (real estate law); Associates: Thomas Chwalek, Carolin Schlütter (both M&A), Philipp Maier (IP), Markus Schwipper (labour law; both Munich) and Jennifer Huschauer (real estate law).
Involved fees earner: Lars Laeger – Arqis; Thomas Chwalek – Arqis; Carolin Schlütter – Arqis; Marcus Nothhelfer – Arqis; Philipp Maier – Arqis; Christian Wegener – Arqis; Ulrich Lienhard – Arqis; Jennifer Huschauer – Arqis; Markus Schwipper – Arqis;
Law Firms: Arqis;
Clients: Constellation Capital AG;