Lindenaar & Co was founded in 2005 as an alternative to the corporate finance departments of banks and accountancy firms. We have now grown to a leading independent corporate finance boutique in the Netherlands, with an extensive track record of national and cross-border transactions.
We predominantly advise entrepreneurs, family-owned business and private equity firms, as well as other stakeholders, such as works councils, on mergers, acquisitions and debt financing.
We pay above average attention and excessive time to define our clients’ actual wishes. Our decisive team of in-house trained professionals strives to exceed clients’ expectations every time in an informal, committed and constructive manner.
Through our focus on long-term relationships in combination with our pro-active market approach, Lindenaar & Co expects to continue to grow in the coming years.
Swiss Sense has refinanced its current financing facilities at ABN AMRO and at the same time acquired additional growth financing. Lindenaar & Co acted as advisor for Swiss Sense, renowned for its box-springs, to realise financing facilities for the company’s growth ambitions. Swiss Sense owns stores in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria and also […]
The shareholders of the Dutch kids clothing brand Tumble ‘N Dry have sold their equity stake to Wijkermeer Investments. From now on, Tumble N Dry, previously part of the Brand Retail Group, operates as a stand-alone business while Wijkermeer Investments is going to support the company in its new positioning. Despite the difficult market circumstances, […]
Complete refinancing of the debt facilities of Royal IHC Lindenaar & Co acted as debt advisor for IHC Merwede Holding B.V. (“Royal IHC”) in the realisation of a complete refinancing of €1.5 billion, consisting of project loans, credit facilities, bank guarantees and junior loans. During the process, Lindenaar & Co mainly focused on providing detailed […]
Netraco Group has refinanced its current financing facilities at ABN AMRO and at the same time acquired additional growth funding. Lindenaar & Co acted as advisor for the Netraco Group, a group of fashion companies, to realise financing facilities for the company’s growth ambitions and seasonality needs. The group of fashion companies consists of the […]
Lindenaar & Co advised Cabture on the realisation of growth financing The Amsterdam scale-up Cabture will, in addition to the 100 already equipped taxis, provide another 500 taxis from the Taxicentrale Amsterdam (“TCA”) with a Cabtab. The Cabtab is an interactive tablet that gives passengers access to entertainment, information and free Wi-Fi. In order to […]
Lindenaar & Co acted as financial advisor to M.J. de Nijs en Zonen Holding BV (“De Nijs”) in the phased transition from the third to the fourth generation of family de Nijs. In this phased transition the complexity of a family business, the desire for a fair and equal structure for the fourth generation to […]
NMT Investment BV has refinanced its current financing facilities provided by ABN Amro, to realize further growth of its formulas Döner Company and Einstein Kaffee. Lindenaar & Co advised the shareholders of NMT Investment throughout the project including the structuring of the funding and negotiations with the bank.
VBK Beheer has acquired Bruna from its former shareholders PostNL and ING. As a result of the acquisition, VBK Beheer will continue as the Shared Stories Group. Bruna will have a separate position within the new concern. Amongst Bruna, the new group includes VBK Uitgeversgroep and Bookchoice. Lindenaar & Co acted as advisor to the […]
Strypes Nederland B.V. (“Strypes”) has acquired growth and acquisition funding from ING Bank. The acquisition funding is used to purchase the minority share held by ICT Group N.V. The growth funding is used to expand the activities of Strypes and accelerate the growth in current markets. Lindenaar & Co acted as advisor to Strypes during […]
On 18 July 2017 Telegraaf Media Group (“TMG”) announced that she intends to sell Keesing Media Group (“KMG”) to Ergon Capital Partners III (“Ergon”). TMG will stay involved as a shareholder with a 30% share in the new partnership. The enterprise value has been determined at €150 million. De Central Works Council (“COR”) of TMG […]