28 January 2020

Sino German M&A Service acquires SolMic Research out of insolvency

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has advised Sino German M&A Service GmbH (Sino German M&A) on the acquisition of business operations of SolMic Research GmbH (SolMic) out of insolvency. 

SolMic, based in Düsseldorf, Germany, develops and distributes nutraceuticals based on a patented technology. The products are designed to improve health and performance and offer support for various diseases. 

The main focus of Sino German M&A, based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, is the brokerage of suitable acquisition and investment projects in the fields of high-tech, life science, IT, smart production and real estate as well as investment banking services. Within the scope of this transaction Sino German M&A acted as investor itself. 

Sino German M&A acquired the business operations of SolMic out of insolvency. Going forward, supported by Sino German M&A, the aim is to strengthen SolMic’s sales activities. The investor sees enormous opportunities for further development of SolMic, so that Sino German M&A is optimistic about the future with the producer of food supplements.   



Advisors to Sino German M&A Service GmbH: 

Dr. Sandra Link (partner), Hui Zhao (partner), Dr. Tilmann Becker (counsel), Dr. Xianrui Wang (associate), Dr. Katrin Thoma (associate), Heling Zhang (PSL) (all Corporate/M&A) 

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