Gómez-Pinzón and Correa Merino advised on the deal
Nubox, Latin America’s leading provider of Small Business Accounting Software-as-a-Service (“SaaS) through its subsidiary Inversiones Tupai S.L. finalized the acquisition of Colppy, the leading cloud-first player in Argentina. The acquisition will provide Nubox with a foothold in a country with over 2 million small businesses operating in a highly connected economy. Lead investor Riverwood Capital committed a fresh round of funding to Nubox in order to accelerate integration and further expansion beyond its current operations in Chile and Colombia.
With more than 60,000 small businesses already supported, Nubox has become Latin America’s largest and fastest growing financial management automation platform. Developed for the unique administrative and regulatory requirements of entrepreneurs and small business owners, Nubox simplifies and automates key business tasks such as: accounting, payroll and electronic invoicing. Nubox allows customers to easily integrate their business information with a variety of counter-parties in the ecosystem: customers, suppliers, employees, banks, accountants, regulatory agencies, and sources of potential financing via a simple, easy to use, intuitive user-interface and world-class customer service.
Gómez-Pinzón advised Inversiones Tupai S.L. with Andrés Hoyos Ramírez (Picture), Juan Camilo Varón and Álvaro Rueda Cotes.
Correa Merino advised Colppy with Sebastián Correa and Daniela Lopera.
Involved fees earner: Sebastián Correa Ruíz – Correa Merino; Daniela Lopera – Correa Merino; Andrés Hoyos Ramirez – Gómez-Pinzón Zuleta Abogados; Juan Camilo Varón – Gómez-Pinzón Zuleta Abogados; Alvaro Rueda Cotes – Gómez-Pinzón Zuleta Abogados;