Technik-Start-ups. Industrial group Bosch has acquired Dresden-based Arioso Systems, which was a spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute. Commercial law firm Hengeler Mueller advises.
With this transaction, for which the purchase agreement has now been signed, Bosch is expanding its competencies in the field of MEMS (Microelectromechanical Systems): Arioso Systems, headquartered in Dresden, will become part of Bosch Sensortec GmbH.
Arioso Systems is a provider of MEMS-based micro-amplifier technology, 2019 from the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems and research work in Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus-Senftenberg appeared. According to the information provided, the acquisition is still subject to the approval of the antitrust authorities.
Hengeler Mueller advised Bosch about the deal. The partners involved were Thomas Maurer, Bernd Werbel (both President, M&A), Wolfgang Keelinter (Intellectual Property/IT), Professor Christoph Stadler (Antitrust Law), Professor Dirk Auer (General Commercial Law) (all Düsseldorf), Christian Hoffs (Labour Law). , Frankfurt) and Gunther Wagner (Taxation, Munich).
Chancellor Moritz Rademacher (general commercial law) and Anja Balitzki (antitrust law) (both in Düsseldorf) plus partners Benedikt Statz, (M&A), Kira Fritsche (intellectual property/IT), Jan Schülting (general commercial law), Sara Jungewelter (Antitrust Law) (all Düsseldorf), Mona Geimer (Labour Law) and Jan-Henri Adami (Tax) (both in Frankfurt) were present.