Rymarz Zdort together with Setterwalls Advokatbyrå AB advised CEPD N.V. on its investment in Admenta Sweden AB, the operator of the LloydsApotek chain of pharmacies. The transaction comprised the acquisition of 100% of the shares in Admenta Sweden AB from the company’s current shareholder.
LloydsApotek operates 76 pharmacies in Sweden and offers complete e-commerce services with access to a broad selection of self-care products.
CEPD N.V. is a highly experienced and knowledgeable health care company in Europe with its head office in the Netherlands. CEPD N.V. operates the fifth largest chain of pharmacies in Europe with over 1,300 pharmacies in Poland, Lithuania and Sweden.
The team that advised on the transaction was headed by Paweł Rymarz, a managing partner of Rymarz Zdort, who was supported by Aleksandra Dobrzyńska-Grezel, counsel in the corporate department. Monika Kierepa, a partner in the corporate department of Rymarz Zdort and the head of the intellectual property practice, assisted with respect to intellectual property issues in connection with the transaction, and Antonina Falandysz-Zięcik, a senior associate with respect to antimonopoly issues.