Osborne Clarke advised the sellers on the transaction, while Deepki was assisted by Joelson Law and Archers, as well as KPMG and Avutann.
Deepki, the only company in the world offering a fully populated ESG data intelligence platform for the real estate sector, announces that it has acquired UK-based competitor, Fabriq, as part of its ambitious international growth strategy.
Founded in 2014, Deepki’s SaaS platform helps real estate investors, owners and managers improve the ESG performance of their real estate assets, and in the process enhance their value. The acquisition will consolidate Deepki’s leadership position in Europe, where it already has offices in Paris, London, Berlin, Milan and Madrid.
Fabriq was founded in 2011 with the objective to drive a step-change in how buildings are operated from an environmental point of view. It has best-in-class technological software assets and boasts 40 clients across real estate owners and asset managers using its proprietary Fabriq OS SaaS platform which focuses on the energy efficiency of real estate assets and has complementary features to Deepki’s platform.
This acquisition further consolidates Deepki’s global leadership position thanks to the complementarity of Fabriq’s platform and the addition of its customers to Deepki’s customer base.
Osborne Clarke’s team was led by Partner Simon Smith (Picture) who was supported by John Jarvis and Emily Flitterman.
Joelson’s Corporate team was led by Managing Partner, Paul Chiappe.