Infosat, a company leader in geo-intelligence services, sold Infomobility to the Private Equity Fund Palamon Capital Partners (PCP); PCP had also simultaneously took control of FairConnect, which already had a share of 53% in Infomobility.
Infomobility.it SpA is the leader of a group of companies, with the aim of proposing integrated and innovative solutions in the ‘infomobility’ market, of location based services. They develop and distribute technological services and since 2009, is the partner provider of Connected Insurance services of Generali Italia SpA and has since become a service provider partner for the Connected Home.
The Irti Law Firm assisted Infosat Srl in the operation. Gabriele Galletti was assisted by the lawyer Giuseppe Mazzella di Bosco.
The Irti Law Firm assisted Infosat Srl in the sale of the investment, and Gabriele Galletti, assisted by the Giuseppe Mazzella di Bosco team.
McDermott Will & Emery assisted Palamon Capital Partners, for corporate profiles, with a team led by partner Ettore Scandale, assisted by counsel Paolo Cocchini, and associate Oscar Arcà. For the Italian banking profiles, a team led by the partner Giancarlo Castorino acted by the counsel Agata Todarello and the associate Antida Cutuli.
The Swiss law profiles of the operation were followed by Kellerhals Carrard, involving partner Massimiliano Maestretti and of the associate Lorenza Ferro.
With regard to banking profiles under English law, Slaughter & May acted with partner Richard Jones and associates Adrian Wilkes and Christopher McCabe.
The funding was assisted by a cross border team of the CMS study, which was managed by the partner Paolo Bonolis and the counsellor Maria Giovanna Pisani.