"We were pleased to support Jägermeister in this strategic transaction that will further strengthen the company's position in both markets," Vladimír Čížek, partner of the Prague office and leader of the advisory team, said.
Jägermeister, a family-owned company from Wolfenbüttel, has been creating the world's top-selling herbal liqueur for more than 80 years. The company is among the top 10 premium spirits brands worldwide in the definitive "Impact Top 100" list. Jägermeister spirit, a blend of 56 herbs, blossoms, roots and fruits, is currently distributed in 135 countries.
Rémy Cointreau, a French business group 70 % owned by the Hériard Dubreuil family, is known worldwide for the production of Rémy Martin cognac since 1724, but also produces rums, liqueurs and brandy. The group's portfolio includes 12 unique brands, such as the Rémy Martin and Louis XIII cognacs, and Cointreau liqueur. Rémy Cointreau's goal is to become the world leader in exceptional spirits. The group has distribution subsidiaries established in more than 180 countries.
The Schoenherr Czech Republic team consisted of Vladimír Čížek (partner, lead, corporate m&a), Jiří Marek (attorney at law, corporate m&a), Claudia Bock (attorney at law, EU & competition), Helena Hangler (attorney at law, labour & employment), Eva Bajáková (attorney at law, regulatory) and Natálie Rosová (attorney at law, corporate m&a).
The Schoenherr Slovakia team consisted of Soňa Hekelová (partner, corporate m&a), Peter Devínský (attorney at law, corporate m&a), Michal Lučivjanský (attorney at law, corporate m&a) and Tomáš Šilhánek (associate, corporate m&a).
German lead counsel, Gütt Olk Feldhaus, was led by Adrian von Prittwitz, supported by Thomas Becker and Isabelle Vrancken.
Rémy Cointreau was advised by Luther Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH.