NautaDutilh advised SoftBank Vision Fund 2 on the deal, while Latham & Watkins advised L Catterton and SoftBank Vision Fund 2.
SendCloud, the leading e-commerce shipping platform in Europe, closed a $177 million Series C financing. The funding round was led by Softbank Vision Fund 2* with a significant strategic investment from L Catterton and participation from HPE Growth.
SendCloud’s platform turns logistics from a bottleneck into an accelerator, making shipping a competitive advantage. The funding will allow the company to scale-up and fuel even further international expansion. SendCloud aims to fulfill its ambition of simplifying cross-border parcel delivery and taking webshops to the next level.
The NautaDutilh deal team that worked alongside lead counsel Latham & Watkins LLP was led by Sybren de Beurs (Picture) and furthermore consisted of Quirine van Maanen, Ruben Rekers, Frans Ruijs (Corporate M&A), Koen Biesma (Corporate Notarial), Joris Willems, Eva Reinders (Corporate/IT), Terrence Dom, Tom de Smet (Privacy), Arjan Koorevaar, Naud van Doorn (Employment), Micheline Don and Noor Boekelman (IP).
The Latham team advising L Catterton was led by London corporate partner Mike Turner, with associate Becky Eaton.
The Latham team advising SoftBank Vision Fund 2 was led by London corporate partner Shing Lo, with associates Jon Fox and Antonina Semyachkova.
Involved fees earner: Tom De Smet – DLA Piper; Becky Eaton – Latham & Watkins; Jon Fox – Latham & Watkins; Antonina Semyachkova – Latham & Watkins; Mike Turner – Latham & Watkins; Shing Yuin Lo – Latham & Watkins; Koen Biesma – NautaDutilh; Noor Boekelman – NautaDutilh; Sybren de Beurs – NautaDutilh; Terrence Dom – NautaDutilh; Micheline Don – NautaDutilh; Arjan Koorevaar – NautaDutilh; Eva Reinders – NautaDutilh; Ruben Rekers – NautaDutilh; Frans Ruijs – NautaDutilh; Naud van Doorn – NautaDutilh; Joris Willems – NautaDutilh;