Carlyle has acquired a majority stake in SER Group
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that Carlyle has acquired a majority stake in SER Group, a leading European ECM software provider.
SER Groupis the largest European ECM provider in terms of turnover, gross profit, operating result and number of employees measured by recent results. This makes SER one of the top 5 “software-only” ECM providers worldwide. More than 2,000 reference clients and 1 million users daily work with Enterprise Content Management from SER. For almost 35 years, SER has been supporting medium-sized companies, corporations, administrations and organizations across all industries with powerful ECM software and professional services from a single source.
The Carlyle Group (NASDAQ: CG) is a global alternative asset manager with $212 billion of assets under management across 339 investment vehicles as of September 30, 2018. Carlyle’s purpose is to invest wisely and create value on behalf of its investors, many of whom are public pensions.
Lincoln Internationalacted as the exclusive debt advisor to The Carlyle Group and supported all aspects of the financing process including lender approach, preparation of marketing documents and structuring and negotiating of the financing. By running a competitive process amongst banks and debt funds, Lincoln International was able to support Carlyle in determining the optimal financing structure and securing the best financing terms.
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