1 minute read | November.15.2023
Leading private equity firm Ardian has sold its stake in imes-icore, one of the global market leaders for digital, CAD/CAM production systems for dentists, clinics, laboratories and milling centers.
Orrick advised Ardian on the sale to EMZ Partners, a leading European investment firm.
The closing is subject to approval by antitrust authorities.
Ardian is a world-leading private investment house, managing or advising $156 billion of assets on behalf of more than 1,470 clients globally. The Paris-based firm has more than 1,050 employees spread across 17 offices in Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East.
imes-icore offers the world's most comprehensive portfolio of milling and grinding machines for the automated production of dental prosthetics. The company is based in Hesse, Germany. It has locations in Germany, the U.S. and Southeast Asia.
Christoph Brenner led an international Orrick team that included Adrian Dengler, Damien Simonot, Stefan Riedl, Lina Alami, Marley Brison, Benedikt Migdal, Henry Wu, Robert Weinhold, Lars Mesenbrink, Stefan Schultes-Schnitzlein, Carsten Engelings and Jonathan Rosen from the firm’s German, UK and U.S. offices.