Keensight Capital’s Acquisition of a Majority Stake in Buckaroo

Loyens & Loeff advised Keensight Capital on the deal.

Keensight Capital completed the acquisition of a majority stake in online payment service provider Buckaroo from Blackfin Capital.

Keensight has signed an agreement to invest alongside management in Buckaroo, a leading next-generation online Payment Service Provider (“PSP”) based in the Netherlands and Belgium enabling 12,500 clients (e-commerce Merchants and Corporate clients) to process their payments online.

Loyens & Loeff advised on all legal, regulatory and finance elements of the transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions.

The Loyens & Loeff team that advised Keensight Capital comprises of amongst others Antoinette van der Hauw (Picture), Wouter Kros, Maxime Verheul and Dynah Dettingmeyer (M&A), Martijn Schoonewille and Leon Engelen (Financial Regulatory), Louis Lutz and Sandrine Lekkerkerker (Tax), Gianluca Kreuze, Anne van Geen and Ruben den Hollander (Finance). 

Involved fees earner: Ruben den Hollander – Loyens & Loeff; Dynah Dettingmeyer – Loyens & Loeff; Leon Engelen – Loyens & Loeff; Gianluca Kreuze – Loyens & Loeff; Wouter Kros – Loyens & Loeff; Sandrine Lekkerkerker – Loyens & Loeff; Louis Lutz – Loyens & Loeff; Martijn Schoonewille – Loyens & Loeff; Antoinette van der Hauw – Loyens & Loeff; Anne van Geen – Loyens & Loeff; Maxime Verheul – Loyens & Loeff;

Law Firms: Loyens & Loeff;

Clients: Keensight Capital;

Naoual Sadouqi

Author: Naoual Sadouqi