Schneider Electric’s Sale Of IMServ Business

In UK Slaughter and May, advised on the matter.

Slaughter and May advised Schneider Electric with a team including Duncan Blaikie (IP&IT), Padraig Cronin (Human Capital), Jane Edwarde (Real Estate), Claire Jeffs (Competition Law), Andrew Jolly (Picture – Corporate M&A), Gareth Miles (Tax M&A and Deal Advisory).

Schneider Electric sold its IMServ business to funds advised by Blue Water Energy LLP.  

IMServ is a provider of metering and data services to the energy market and has around 525 employees, primarily in the UK.

Schneider Electric SE is a multinational company providing energy and automation digital solutions for efficiency and sustainability. It addresses homes, buildings, data centers, infrastructure and industries, by combining energy technologies, real-time automation, software and services.

Slaughter and May’s team included Andrew Jolly (Picture), Partner, Sarahanne Jackson, Associate, Jonathan McNaul, Associate, Ellie Nugent, Associate, Katy Cross, Trainee, Gareth Miles, Partner, Deeksha Rathi, Associate, Claire Jeffs, Partner, Lorna Nsoatabe, Associate, Daniel Schaffer, Partner, Chris Sharpe, Associate, Jane Edwarde, Partner, Kate Shirlaw, Associate, Venetia Speke, Associate, Padraig Cronin, Partner, David Rintoul, Associate, Duncan Blaikie, Partner, David Cakebread, Associate.

Involved fees earner: Duncan Blaikie – Slaughter and May; David Cakebread – Slaughter and May; Padraig Cronin – Slaughter and May; Jane Edwarde – Slaughter and May; Sarahanne Jackson – Slaughter and May; Claire Jeffs – Slaughter and May; Andrew Jolly – Slaughter and May; Jonathan McNaul – Slaughter and May; Gareth Miles – Slaughter and May; Lorna Nsoatabe – Slaughter and May; Ellie Nugent – Slaughter and May; Deeksha Rathi – Slaughter and May; David Rintoul – Slaughter and May; Daniel Schaffer – Slaughter and May; Chris Sharpe – Slaughter and May; Kate Shirlaw – Slaughter and May; Venetia Speke – Slaughter and May;

Law Firms: Slaughter and May;

Clients: Schneider Electric;

Author: Giulia Di Palma