Falk Müller-Veerse, partner of Bryan, Garnier & Co (Germany), decodes the German venture market of 2017 and predicts the trends for the future.
After having served as BMW group vice president for over a decade and heading up BMW’s i8 vehicle program, Carsten Breitfeld left to set up Byton in 2016, with Daniel Kirchert, fo
Europe’s largest software group announced on January 30th its biggest acquisition for three years, buying Callidus Software, a company providing cloud-based Lead to Money (Quote-to
Leading global investment firm KKR has announced the opening of a new office in Frankfurt, its sixth European branch.
Siemens, Germany’s largest industrial manufacturing company and Alstom, the French high-speed train manufacturer, have agreed to merge rail operations in the face of increasing com
According to investment bank GCA Altium’s newly released MidCapMonitor report, in 2017 the German mid-cap LBO market crossed the 100 transactions threshold for the first time ever.
In 2013, Kai Engelhardt established a new corporate venture-capital unit within Mahle. The unit focuses on companies offering technology which either strengthens Mahle’s core busin
Since becoming CEO in 2003, Daniel Hager has not only more than doubled the group's turnover in a slow growing industry (electrical installation manufacturing), but also dynamized
Allianz, Europe’s leading insurer and principal shareholder of Euler Hermes, has announced the acquisition of the remaining 11.34% of shares in the French credit insurance company.
Siemens is set to list its medical solutions unit, Siemens Healthineers, on the Deutsche Börse in Frankfurt. The listing is expected to be Germany’s biggest since Deutsche Telekom’
Hassan Safer-Tebbi, Managing Director & CEO, Siemens Healthcare France, shares his perspective on innovation in healthcare industry.
After a turbulent summer which saw Nestlé shaken up by American activist investors Third Point, more European companies are now attracting interest, with Swiss chemicals company Cl
Twenty-seventeen was a banner year for German startups. Both the volume and the number of transactions rose to record levels: investment increased by 88% from €2.3 to €4.3 billion,