Allen & Overy advises MAX Automation on acquisition of AIM Group
Allen & Overy has advised MAX Automation in Düsseldorf on the acquisition of the AIM Group from Günther Holding in Hamburg.
AIM-Assembly in Motion and its subsidiaries offer cleaning, testing, assembly and automation technology solutions primarily for the automotive and medical equipment industries.
The Allen & Overy team was led by Dr Michael J Ulmer and included senior associate Tobias Greven (both corporate/mergers and acquisitions, Frankfurt), partner Thomas Neubaum, counsel Bianca Engelmann and associate Elke Funken-Hoetzel (all banking, Frankfurt), partner Dr Asmus Mihm (tax, Frankfurt) and associate Evelyn Grass (antitrust, Hamburg).
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