Siemens Mobility’s Acquisition of Sqills

De Brauw advised Sqills on the deal and Houthoff advised Siemens Mobility.

Sqills is the worldwide market leader in inventory management, reservations and ticketing software for public transport operators.

Sqills will be acquired by Siemens Mobility, one of Europe’s largest technology companies. The strategic acquisition by Siemens Mobility supports Sqills’ ambitions to expand into Asia Pacific and the Americas, and contributes to the ongoing investments in the team, product, and long-term partnerships with operators.

Sqills’ founders will stay involved in the execution of the company’s growth strategy.

The De Brauw team included Helen Gornall, Henk van Ravenhorst (Picture), Frank Hamming, Han Shi Chen, Ioana Patrascu, Manon de Cooman, Peter Spijker.

The Houthoff team consisted of Paul de Vries, Michiel Wesseling, Richard Witvliet, Jeanne Beck, Emma Schutte, Grafton Cederburg, Emma Hobma, Jet Stolk, Claire Reynaers, Jeroen van Mourik, Brendan Moloney, Fyrone Denny, Thomas de Weerd, Nicole Bilderbeek, Gerrit Oosterhuis and Jori de Goffau.

Involved fees earner: Han Shi Chen – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Manon de Cooman – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Helen Gornall – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Frank Hamming – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Ioana Patrascu – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Peter Spijker – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Henk van Ravenhorst – De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Jeanne Beck – Houthoff; Nicole Bilderbeek – Houthoff; Grafton Cederburg – Houthoff; Jori de Goffau – Houthoff; Paul de Vries – Houthoff; Thomas de Weerd – Houthoff; Fyrone Denny – Houthoff; Emma Hobma – Houthoff; Brendan Moloney – Houthoff; Gerrit Oosterhuis – Houthoff; Claire Reynaers – Houthoff; Emma Schutte – Houthoff; Jet Stolk – Houthoff; Jeroen van Mourik – Houthoff; Michiel Wesseling – Houthoff; Richard Witvliet – Houthoff;

Law Firms: De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek; Houthoff;

Clients: Siemens Mobility; Sqills;

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler