Invision expands the shareholder base of Schneider Group with institutional investors
Lincoln International is pleased to announce that it has advised Invision and management in the expansion of Schneider Group’s shareholder base with a group of institutional investors. This demonstrates Lincoln’s ability to secure unique and attractive solutions for private equity clients and management teams.
Schneider Group is a leading Swiss asset-light freight forwarding service provider. The expansion of the company’s shareholder base ensures the continuation and acceleration of Schneider Group’s highly successful strategy of organic and acquisitive growth. Invision, together with the company’s management team, remains key shareholder and will continue to drive the company’s development.
Lincoln International acted as the exclusive advisor to Invision and Schneider Group’s management in this process, providing process, financial and tactical advisory expertise.
Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
With the valuable support and advice of Lincoln, we have found an ideal solution for Schneider Group to support the continued growth momentum and to further strengthen our international presence through targeted acquisitions.
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