GINESTIÉ MAGELLAN PALEY-VINCENT ADVISES THE LINCOLN GROUP ON THE ACQUISITION OF A MAJORITY SHAREHOLDING IN THE EXECUTIVE NETWORK, A DUTCH EXECUTIVE SEARCH COMPANY
Lincoln, member of The Talent Club of Companies, finalized the merger operation with The Executive Network, bringing together the companies The Executive Network, Tenea and Whyz Executive Search, leading consulting firm supporting general management and boards of directors in the Netherlands.
This majority stake acquisition allows Lincoln to accelerate its development and growth ininternational. From now on, the turnover of the Lincoln group will be achieved for more than half internationally.
The operation represents for Lincoln the culmination of its third investment in over the past two years, after those carried out in Digital Jobs in France, and in Cooper Fitch in Dubai last June.
Federation of entrepreneurs, specialized in the management and representation of Talents, The Talent Club supports the management of careers, in particular athletes, artists, engineers, digital professionals and managers.
The firm Ginestié Magellan Paley-Vincent which regularly supports Lincoln in its external growth operations in France and abroad (Digital Jobs, Cooper Fitch), once again advised the company on the carrying out this operation (Pierre Mudet, partner, and Pierre Cougnenc, collaborater).
Pierre Mudet works mainly in the areas of stock market law, mergers and acquisitions and company law with clients of listed and unlisted companies in the context of national and international transactions.
He advises industrial groups, banks, investment funds and innovative companies in the new technologies sector.
He assists a national and international clientele in the context of mergers and acquisitions, corporate and stock market law transactions.
He holds a Master 2 in Legal and Judicial Practices (University of Nîmes) and a Specialized Master in Legal Business Management (Toulouse Business School).