Aksia Group has acquired Gommatex Spalmati with financing provided by Credit Agricole, Banca Ifis and Banco BPM
Founded in 1960 and headquartered in Central Italy, Gommatex Spalmati is a leading business-to-business manufacturer of coated, printed and coupled fabrics for the high-end luxury market. In addition, the company manufactures processing and finishing denim jacquard fabrics without chemical additives and has a wide, innovative and sustainable product range with huge possibilities for customization.
Aksia Group will support Gommatex management to continue its success story and to further develop its leading position both organically and through acquisitions. Lincoln International supported Aksia Group in arranging a suitable financing package, consisting of term loans to finance the acquisition and facilities for operating needs of the company as well as future growth initiatives.
Daniele Candiani, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, commented, “This process shows that lenders continue to consider credit opportunities from all sectors, supporting both credible growth initiatives, alongside investable management teams. By effectively communicating the proposition and ongoing value to lenders, with our deep experience in the Italian financing market, Lincoln assisted Aksia Group to find, with a strict timeline, the most adequate financing package to acquire the company.”
Lincoln was a real trusted advisor for this relevant transaction. We are deeply appreciative of the Lincoln team’s commitment and hard work which was crucial to find and negotiate the right financing to win the deal.
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