Ergon Capital puts the Opseo intensive care group up for sale

Nurse (symbol photo) The company cares for seriously ill people. (Photo: ullstein bild – Hoff / WELT) Frankfurt According to business circles, private equity investor Ergon Capital is putting up for sale the German intensive care group Opseo, which specializes in intensive care. Goldman Sachs Investment Bank is preparing an auction that could start in … Read more

German companies return to the US

New York Just two weeks ago, Bonnie Tully, President of the Essen-based chemical group Evonik, announced its next investment: Evonik will build a new lipid production plant for mRNA in Indiana for a total of $ 220 million. dollars together with the US Government. Evonik lipids are already an important part of Biontech / Pfizer … Read more

Journey Somewhere with Christine Lagarde

we have not yet seen Christine Lagarde as a tour guide. Well, today everything becomes a “journey”, for example the time of the customer before buying a product. It went down in the annals of the marketing industry as the “customer journey”. The journey we begin with the President of the European Central Bank (ECB) … Read more

Family business against talent sell-out

Bonn Alex von Frankenberg has been active in German start-ups for 21 years, a veteran of the field. In particular, as CEO of the semi-public High-Tech Gründerfonds (HTGF) in Bonn, he has gained in-depth knowledge since 2005. In an interview with Handelsblatt, he now complains about a “clear inequality” in the sales of the new … Read more

The biggest acquisitions of 2021

The headquarters of Vonovia The Vonovia real estate group secured a majority stake in Deutsche Wohnen for $ 18 billion. Thus, the volume of purely domestic German acquisitions reached the highest level since it was recorded. (Photo: dpa) The global wave of mergers has hit Germany this year as well. Despite all the obstacles in … Read more

What follows for the flourishing of start-ups?

Düsseldorf, Frankfurt Last year alone, venture capital firms raised $ 187 billion worldwide. And they must be invested immediately. The question is how. Because the prospect of higher interest rates has caused a sharp drop in technology stocks and therefore return opportunities. And the war in Ukraine has further burdened the markets. As a result, … Read more