Aachen/ DV Eindhoven (NL) — Oppenhoff advised nd industrial investments B.V. on the Series‑C financing round of Next.e.GO Mobile SE, a German manufacturer of battery-powered electric vehicles. As majority shareholder of Next.e.GO Mobile SE, nd industrial investments B.V. acted as lead advisor for the Series C financing round. The new capital of over 49 million euros will be invested in the production of the e.GO Life platform, the development of additional models and the implementation of e.GO Life’s special feature, the battery swap. Both existing and new investors participated in the financing round.
Next.e.GO Mobile SE, based in Aachen, Germany, manufactures battery-powered electric vehicles and develops sustainable e‑mobility systems. Through innovative production structures and processes based on the so-called Internet of Production, the company with its nearly 400 employees aims to accelerate the transformation through e‑mobility.
nd industrial investments B.V. is part of ND Group B.V., a private equity and holding company based in the Netherlands. The company was founded in 2008. The investment portfolio includes e‑mobility, hydrogen, climate tech, fintech, healthcare and integrated services.
BErater of nd industrial investments B.V.: Oppenhoff Partner
Management Dr. Nefail Berjasevic (corporate law/M&A) advised nd industrial investments B.V. comprehensively on the transaction; Dr. Günter Seulen (stock corporation law), Dr. Johannes Janning (financing), David Falkowski (corporate law/M&A) and Marc Krischer (tax).
Oppenhoff regularly represents clients in the field of venture capital, such as ND Group B.V. in the acquisition of a majority stake in Next.e.GO Mobile SE and in the Series B financing round of Next.e.GO Mobile SE. The Automotive and Mobility sector group at Oppenhoff advises clients on trend topics such as e‑mobility, autonomous driving, shared mobility and connectivity. Clients include leading OEMs and suppliers in Germany and abroad.