Norvestor’s Acquisition of The Majority of The Shares in Globeteam

Horten has assisted Norvestor on the deal. Plesner has assisted Kirk Kapital, Claus Moldow and Morten Strunge Nielsen.

The Norwegian private equity fund Norvestor acquired the majority of the shares in the Danish IT consultancy firm Globeteam. Kirk Kapital and the company’s founders will continue in the company with minority shareholdings. Kirk Kapital, Claus Moldow and Morten Strunge Nielsen will re-invest alongside Norvestor.

Globeteam offers services within and across three main areas: Business consulting, IT infrastructure and IT development and cyber and acts as a player within “GIG Economy” with highly specialised consultants.

The Norwegian private equity fund Norvestor typically invests in companies providing services, often where digitization or available technology can be utilized to make sustainable efficiency gains and create real value for clients and society. The investment in Globalteam is Norvestor’s first investment in Denmark.

The Horten team was led by partner Thomas Francis Beckett (Piture) and assisted by attorney Vibe Kongsager Klausen and assistant attorney Ann-Sophie Birch.

The Plesner team included Henrik Rossing Lønberg, Martin Anton Svarrer and Mads Tolbøll Milbregt.

Involved fees earner: Thomas Francis Beckett – Horten; Ann-Sophie Birch – Horten; Vibe Kongsager Klausen – Horten; Mads Tolbøll Milbregt – Plesner; Henrik Rossing Lønberg – Plesner; Martin Anton Svarrer – Plesner;

Law Firms: Horten; Plesner;

Clients: Claus Moldow; Kirk Kapital A/S ; Morten Strunge Nielsen; Norvestor;

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler