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Hogan Lovells advises Wincor Nixdorf on the foundation of a Chinese joint venture

24 June 2016

Led by their partners Marcus Schreibauer and Andrew McGinty, a German-Chinese team of international law firm Hogan Lovells advised Wincor Nixdorf, a provider of IT solutions for the finance and trade sector, upon the foundation of a joint venture with Chinese IT company Aisino.

The new company, in which Aisino holds a majority stake of 51 percent, is based in Shanghai.

Both companies intend to develop, produce and sell IT solutions for Chinese banks and retailers. The joint venture's aim is to offer providers of financial services solutions, which are tailored to the Chinese regulatory requirements. 

"We are pleased about our joint success and excellent cooperation with our clients inhouse-team, which has enabled this transaction in a short timeframe", said Marcus Schreibauer.

Hogan Lovells for Wincor Nixdorf:

Dr. Marcus Schreibauer (Partner, IPMT, Düsseldorf);  

Andrew McGinty (Partner, Corporate, Shanghai);

Stephanie Keen (Partner, Corporate, Singapore);

William Fisher (Partner, IPMT, Shanghai);

Dr. Martin Sura (Partner, Antitrust, Düsseldorf);

Adrian Emch (Partner, Antitrust, Peking);

Claire Liu (Counsel, Corporate, Shanghai);

Sarah-Lena Kreutzmann (Senior Associate, IPMT, Düsseldorf). 

Wincor Nixdorf 

Martin Kühle, LL.M. (General Counsel);

Thomas Forner (Head of patent department).


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