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Noerr, Dentons, Jalsovszky, and Szabo Kelemen & Partners Advise on Doktor24 Group's Funding and Acquisitions

Noerr, Dentons, Jalsovszky, and Szabo Kelemen & Partners Advise on Doktor24 Group's Funding and Acquisitions

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Noerr has advised the Doktor24 Group on a series of transactions, including raising private equity capital and acquiring two healthcare businesses in Hungary: Svabhegyi Gyermekgyogyintezet and Kastelypark Klinika. Dentons advised the co-investors on the funding, the Jalsovszky Law Firm advised the sellers of Svabhegyi Gyermekgyogyintezet, and Szabo Kelemen & Partners advised the sellers of Kastelypark Klinika.

According to Noerr, "in the context of the series of transactions Doktor24 Group, a leading Hungarian provider of occupational and outpatient medical services, raised private equity capital from Value4Capital, the Central Europe focused mid-market private equity firm, and from Ananda Impact Ventures, one of the leading impact investors in Europe .... With the raised private equity capital Doktor24 Group not only bought out its former venture capital investor, FINEXT Startup, but also financed the acquisitions of two other well-recognized healthcare businesses in Hungary (Svabhegyi Gyermekgyogyintezet and Kastelypark Klinika), propelling the Doktor24 Group to the group of leading players on the Hungarian market with an expanded range of outpatient services for adults and children, inpatient orthopedic surgery facilities, and a sizable occupational healthcare client base. The deal also included a partial re-investment by the founder of Svabhegyi Gyermekgyogyintezet, Dr. Otto Skoran."

Noerr's team was led by Head of Corporate/Private Equity Akos Bajorfi and included Partner Zoltan Nadasdy, Associates Eszter Hegedus and Reka Zambo, and Legal Advisor Esztella Cseh.

Dentons' team advising Value4Capital and Ananda Impact Ventures was led by Partner Edward Keller and included Associate Reka Szaloky and Junior Associates Marcell Kovari and Frantisek Ordody.

Jalsovszky's team was led by Senior Attorney Agnes Bejo.

Szabo Kelemen & Partners' team was led by Attorney at Law Laszlo Kelemen and included Attorney at Law Ivan Ferencz.

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