14.01.2016

Successful corporate financing of the Janoschka Group

The Janoschka Group has successfully completed restructuring its financing at a total of 27 million euros.

As Alexander Janoschka (CEO) and Fabian Naudascher (CFO) announced, existing bridge financing by IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG was replaced by them and "LFPI European Debt Fund S.C.A." as well as "Valin Funds Mittelstand" as mezzanine capital. In addition, senior credit (loans and credit lines) was granted by "IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG, NordLB and Sparkasse Offenburg/Ortenau".

"With the successful completion of corporate financing, further growth of the Group is ensured at home and abroad," said Janoschka Holding's CFO Fabian Naudascher. "There are already plans to expand our international network with other Group companies in Indonesia and Brazil."

IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG helps medium-sized companies in Germany and Europe with loans, risk management and capital market and consulting services. Organised as a Luxembourg-based SICAV, the LFPI European Debt Fund was launched in mid-2014 by the LFPI Group, independent, international multi-asset managers with over 3 billion euros in assets under management.

The LFPI Group emerged from a division of French bank Lazard Frères focussed on private equity transactions and offers its investors investment opportunities in the private equity, real estate, debt and asset management asset classes. Valin Funds are funds of funds initiated, sponsored and managed by IKB Deutsche Industriebank AG (IKB) for "private debt" in Luxembourg under the supervision of the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier ("CSSF"). The investment volume of the "Valin Funds Mittelstand Mezzanine I" and the "Valin Mittelstand Senior Debt Fund" amounts to a total of approximately 600 million euros.

Your contact for further questions: Fabian Naudascher, CFO


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