Orienta Capital Partners has acquired Contrader
Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Benevento, Italy, Contrader is an Italian engineering and information and communications technology company active in information technology consulting. The company specializes in customized software development services based on a time and material revenue model. Contrader is a point of reference for the supply of tailor-made information technology solutions in different end-markets, such as financial services and automotive and manufacturing.
Orienta Capital Partners acquired a majority stake in Contrader, with the objectives to grow the company organically through strengthening its position in the reference market and growing in new businesses. Lincoln International acted as exclusive debt advisor to Orienta Capital Partners, supporting the investor in arranging a suitable financing package to finance the acquisition of Contrader and to support the operating needs of the company.
Daniele Candiani, Managing Director in Lincoln’s Capital Advisory Group, commented, “We are honored to have supported Orienta Capital Partners on this investment, securing the financing package in a challenging market.”
We are pleased to have Lincoln International as an advisor on this transaction. Lincoln International was the perfect partner to identify the most suitable financing package and we are very grateful for all their hard work and support throughout the process.
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