Minsait Payment Systems’ Acquisition of Credimatic

CorralRosales advised Minsait Payments, S.A. on the transaction.
Carmigniani Pérez advised Banco Bolivariano, Banco Produbanco and Banco Internacional

Minsait Payments, an Indra company, completed the acquisition of Credimatic, a payment operator in Ecuador from Banco Bolivariano, Banco Produbanco and Banco Internacional for undisclosed amount.

The value proposition brought by the acquired entity aligns with the activity of Minsait Payments, and focuses on the integrated management of payment methods.

CorralRosales advised Minsait Payments, S.A. with Xavier Rosales (Picture), Andrea Moya, Milton Carrera, Ana Samudio, Rafael Serrano, Marta Villagómez, María Isabel Torres, Darío Escobar, Sofía Rosales and Ramón Paz y Miño.

Carmigniani Pérez Abogados advised Banco Bolivariano, Banco Produbanco and Banco Internacional with Pedro M. Pérez, Roxana Aguirre and Daniel Dziouba.

Involved fees earner: Roxana Aguirre – Carmigniani Pérez Abogados ; Daniel Dziouba – Carmigniani Pérez Abogados ; Pedro Perez – Carmigniani Pérez Abogados ; Milton Carrera – CorralRosales; Darío Escobar – CorralRosales; Andrea Moya – CorralRosales; Ramón Paz y Miño – CorralRosales; Xavier Rosales – CorralRosales; Sofía Rosales – CorralRosales; Ana Samudio – CorralRosales; Rafael Serrano – CorralRosales; María Isabel Torres – CorralRosales; Marta Villagomez – CorralRosales;

Law Firms: Carmigniani Pérez Abogados ; CorralRosales;

Clients: Banco Bolivariano; Banco Internacional S.A. ; Banco Produbanco; Minsait;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti