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Acquisition of Avrios International AG

5 June 2023

US private equity investor Battery Ventures acquired Swiss-based SaaS startup Avrios International AG.

Interne Untersuchung zu "Kirschblütengemeinschaft" am Berner Psychiatriezentrum Münsingen (PZM)

24 June 2022

Das Psychiatriezentrum Münsingen (PZM) hat am Dienstag (21. Juni 2022) die Ergebnisse einer Untersuchung von Vorwürfen rund um die Anstellung von drei ehemaligen Mitarbeiterinnen aus dem Kreis der umstrittenen...

VISCHER advises Wipro Limited in USD 1.45bn acquisition of Capco

30 March 2021

VISCHER has advised Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, on all Swiss legal aspects of the USD 1.45bn acquisition of Capco, spanning from due diligence to transactional document advice.

CITIC becomes largest shareholder in MedAlliance

22 March 2021

Trustar Capital (formerly known as CITIC Capital Partners), a private equity affiliate of CITIC Capital Holdings Limited, has completed its over USD 50.0m investment in the Switzerland based global leading medical technology company MedAlliance SA ("MedAlliance"), becoming MedAlliance's single largest shareholder.

Sunfire acquires IHT

14 January 2021

Sunfire GmbH, the Dresden based leader in green hydrogen, has acquired IHT Industrie Haute Technologie SA, a Swiss alkaline electrolysis company. With this expansion of its product portfolio, Sunfire continues to strengthen its position as a world-leading industrial electrolysis company.

Red Ventures sells CNET Content Solutions to 1WorldSync

9 December 2020

Red Ventures, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., a portfolio of more than 100 digital brands, has sold CNET Content Solutions (CSS) to 1WorldSync, a leading provider of product content solutions and portfolio company of Battery Ventures. The transaction closed on 9 December 2020.

Red Ventures acquires CNET Media Group from ViacomCBS

30 October 2020

Red Ventures, based in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., a portfolio of more than 100 digital brands, has acquired the global CNET Media Group business, an expansive portfolio of digital brands in the areas of media, entertainment, lifestyle and games information, from New York based ViacomCBS for USD 500m. The transaction closed on 30 October 2020.