Uhingen/ Frankfurt a. Main — Shearman & Sterling has advised Allgaier Group (“Allgaier”), a global automotive supplier and plant engineering company, on a fundamental restructuring of its group financing. The new financing enables Allgaier to realize its long-term growth plans and creates reliable structures in debt financing, a standardization of treasury processes and new financing options for the international subsidiaries.
Allgaier, headquartered in Uhingen, Baden-Württemberg, is a lightweight specialist and innovation leader in sheet metal forming and a system supplier mainly for German premium car manufacturers. In the Process Technology division, Allgaier develops innovative solutions as a plant manufacturer for a large number of industrial customers.
The Shearman & Sterling team, led by partner Winfried M. Carli, included partner Pierre-Nicolas Ferrand (Paris Finance), of counsel Dan Newcomb (Compliance-New York), partner Dr. Matthias Weissinger (Germany Finance), counsel Philippe Wolanski (Paris Finance) and transaction specialist Marina Kieweg (Germany Finance).
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