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Closing: Tar Heel Capital's Acquisition of SmakMak Now Closed

Closing: Tar Heel Capital's Acquisition of SmakMak Now Closed

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On November 7, 2022, Sobczynscy i Partnerzy announced that Tar Heel Capital's acquisition of SmakMak (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on September 13, 2022) had closed.

According to Sobczynscy i Partnerzy, “the private equity fund Tar Heel Capital, after fulfilling the conditions precedent, including obtaining the consent of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection for the concentration, finalized the acquisition of 64% of shares in the SmakMak Group companies, including SmakMak and Fresh Slaw Poland. The subject of the transaction was the purchase of a majority stake in SmakMak, an increase in the company's share capital, the acquisition by this company of all shares in several other companies belonging to the Smakmak Group, acquisition of real estate, and shaping the new corporate governance of the group, including the rules of participation and involvement of founders and key managers.”

MFW Fialek advised Tar Heel Capital on the acquisition, with Sobczynscy i Partnerzy advising the founders of the SmakMak Group: Maciej Wozniczak and Adam Wozniczak.

Tar Heel Capital is a Polish private equity firm specializing in acquisitions, debt finance, share issues, and sales of companies from various sectors.

SmakMak is a Polish company that produces a range of snacks and dinner meals.

MFW Fialek’s team included Partner Miroslaw Fialek, Counsel Rafal Siemieniec, Senior Associates Karolina Woronowicz and Mateusz Mazurkiewicz, Associate Wojciech Lichterowicz, and Junior Associate Adriana Kloda-Szczesna.

Sobczynscy i Partnerzy's team included Managing Partners Aleksandra Sobczynska and Michal Sobczynski, Partner Piotr Pawlowski, and Attorneys at Law Orest Ochocki, Lukasz Jankowski, and Katarzyna Gohling.

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