Moalem Weitemeyer has together with lead counsel Taylor Wessing assisted Inflexion on the del.
Inflexion announced its minority investment in Wood Thilsted, a leading global offshore wind engineering consultancy.
Founded in 2015, Wood Thilsted designs the foundations for some of the world’s largest offshore wind farms, which are a key driver of the global transition to renewable clean energy. The company operates in all the major wind energy markets of the world, providing its services to many of the leading wind developers, and is currently working on the three most significant wind development projects globally. Wood Thilsted employs over 140 people in five countries, and is looking to expand further globally to meet strong demand for its services.
Inflexion is a leading British mid-market private equity investor.
The investment from Inflexion will support Wood Thilsted to scale and grow internationally by e.g. increasing the range of services.
The Moalem Weitemeyer team included Dan Moalem (Picture), Rasmus Juel Schiøtt, Henning Hedegaard Thomsen, Poul Guo, Jep Becher Jensen, Emil Lund Lauritzen and Mads Rosleff Øbro.
The Taylor Wessing team included Jonny Bethell, senior associate Suzy Davis, associates Sarah Wallace, Alex Tocili and Alex Stones (private equity), partners Liz Wilson and Ann Casey (tax and incentives),
Involved fees earner: Jep Becher Jensen – Moalem Weitemeyer; Poul Guo – Moalem Weitemeyer; Henning Hedegaard Thomsen – Moalem Weitemeyer; Emil Lund Lauritzen – Moalem Weitemeyer; Dan Moalem – Moalem Weitemeyer; Mads Rosleff Øbro – Moalem Weitemeyer; Rasmus Juel Schiøtt – Moalem Weitemeyer; Jonny Bethell – Taylor Wessing; Ann Casey – Taylor Wessing; Suzy Davis – Taylor Wessing; Sarah Wallace – Taylor Wessing; Liz Wilson – Taylor Wessing;
Clients: Inflexion Private Equity;