AEQUO Advises Cropio Group on Sale of Business to Syngenta

AEQUO Advises Cropio Group on Sale of its Business to Syngenta

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Aequo has advised the Cropio Group, an agriculture tech company, on the sale of its business to Syngenta. Egorov, Puginsky, Afanasiev & Partners and Reed Smith reportedly advised Syngenta on the deal.

The Cropio Group, which develops farm management software providing imaging, record-keeping, and equipment tracking functions, was founded in 2014 and is present in more than 50 countries. It will remain a standalone company, owned by Syngenta. 

The Aequo team included Counsel Bohdan Dmukhovskyy, Senior Associate Mykhailo Soroka, and Associates Glib Bukharin and Olesia Mashtaler.