Clifford Chance has advised Abris Capital Partners on the sale of all its shares in Graal to Lisner Holding. WKB Lawyers advised the buyer.
The transaction remains contingent on regulatory approval.
Headquartered in Wejherowo, Graal manufactures a range of canned and chilled fish-based products, as well as meat-based prepared foods.
The Lisner Holding belongs to the Mueller Group, a German food business. Abris Capital Partners is a private equity investor.
The Clifford Chance team included Partner Wojciech Polz, Counsel Karol Kulhawik, Senior Associate Aleksandra Wlaszczuk, and Associates Aleksandra Rzegocka and Krzysztof Regucki.
The WKB team was led by Partners Jakub Jedrzejak and Klaudia Fratczak-Kospin and included Partners Ben Davey and Sergiusz Urban, Counsels Wojciech Kulczyk and Piotr Gajek, Of Counsel Agata Mietek, Attorneys-at-Law Piotr Popielarski, Maria Obara-Piszewska, and Tomasz Feliszewski, Lawyers Aleksander Bobrowski, Olga Tajak, John Kedzierski, Joanna Staroszczyk, Zuzanna Cybulska, Konrad Kropiwnicki, Marcin Lorenc, Marta Warzanska, Marta Palyga, Karolina Kornelak, Pawel Karkowski, Klaudia Kacprzyk, and Agata Fabianczuk, and Advocates Joanna Ksepko, Filip Rybak, Anna Fennig, Katarzyna Wojcikowska, Igor Socha, Marcin Kemblowski, Magdalena Zielinska-Kuc, Maciej Gniewosz, and Aleksandra Burda-Kiryllo.
Editor's Note: After this article was published, Clifford Chance announced that it had also advised Graal Group founder Boguslaw Kowalski on the sale. The firm's team additionally included Counsel Iwona Terlecka and Senior Associates Marta Szczecinska and Anna Lyczakowska.