Press release - 21 September 2021
The investment bank Largillière Finance has supported the HISI Group, a specialist in data hosting via cloud infrastructures, in the reorganization of its capital, allowing the entry of two new shareholders: Capitem Partenaires and bpifrance alongside the group's historical founder.
This new operation demonstrates once again the expertise of Largillière Finance in the "Tech and Digital" sector and in the "Business Services" sector.
In this operation, Largillière Finance was able to define the conditions of a satisfactory deal for all parties involved and to identify the most appropriate investment funds to reinstate the HISI Group in a growth dynamic.
With a turnover of €25 million and around 100 employees, the HISI Group aims to reach €50 million in revenues by 2025.
"This complementary team, composed of a regional fund of entrepreneurs and an institutional investor, will allow HISI Group to continue its growth and to accelerate its build-up strategy," commented Capitem Partenaires in its press release.
The press release of Capitem Partenaires can be read here :
List of Speakers
|Company: Groupe HISI||Thierry Petit-Perrin|
|Capitem Partenaires||Stéphane Grès, Philippe Pruvot, Guillaume de Gottal, Damien Gassies, Baptiste Neyret, Nicolas Chevalier|
|Bpifrance||Baptiste Proveau, Adonis Arnaud, Hervé Coindreau|
|M&A Advice: Largillière Finance||Paul Bougnoux, Tanguy Mantelin, Florian Leginy|
|Buyer advice & legal and tax due diligence: Agilys Avocats||Karine Violeau, Sophie Auvergne|
|Social Due Diligence: Peltier Juvigny Marpeau & Associés||François Troadec|
|Financial Due Diligence: Advance Capital||Arnaud Vergnole, Thibault Fleury, Jean-Charles Rousseau, Vincent Barbotin|
|Legal advice management||Mathilde Le Roy|
||Sandra Rodriguez, Laurent Carel|
||Nassim Toumi, Julien Jonasson|
With offices in Paris, Lyon, Brussels and Geneva, Largillière Finance is an independent investment bank dedicated to assisting managers and shareholders of small and medium-sized companies with their capital transactions: company sales and acquisitions, financing (capital and/or debt), financial engineering (valuation, etc.) and financial strategy.