Pinsent Masons advises Misys Ltd. on the acquisition of IND Group

13 Feb 2014 | 04:47 pm |

International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised Misys Ltd., a leading financial software company, on the acquisition of IND Group, a leading innovator in digital channels solutions regarding online-banking and mobile-banking.

The acquisition further strengthens Misys’ leading core banking capabilities, delivering the broadest retail banking solution in the market. It also builds on the partnership which Misys signed with IND Group in March 2013 and will augment future investment in the combined offering.

Misys was advised by a cross-border team comprising of lawyers in Pinsent Masons’ London, Munich and Hong Kong offices and cooperation law firms in Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Cyprus and Hungary.

 The Pinsent Masons team comprised of Tom Leman (Partner, Corporate/M&A, London), Jörn Fingerhuth (Partner, Corporate/M&A, Munich), Rainer Kreifels (Partner, Corporate/M&A, Munich), Christina Ottersbach, LL.M., Anke Kötter, LL.M. (both Corporate/M&A, Munich), Dyala Ali, Leonid Stoliarski, Danielle Murphy (all Corporate/M&A, London), Anaick Summers (Corporate/M&A, Hong Kong), Joel Hofmann (Employment, Munich), Dr. Igor Barabash, Michael Horn, Nasim Jenkouk (all IP/IT, Munich), James Monteforte (IP/IT, Edinburgh), Lore Leitner, Alain Traill (both IP/IT, London), Tom Stocker (Partner, Litigation/Compliance, Edinburgh), Anna Austin (Litigation/Compliance, Edinburgh), Tom Cartwright (Partner, Tax, London), Werner Geißelmeier (Partner, Tax, Munich).

 

To view an interview with Nadeem Syed CEO of Misys and Balazs Vinnai CEO of IND group please click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUBhvEjpme8&list=UUbvAfEinmpm8-FZpK50z_mw

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