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Loyens & Loeff advised Levine Leichtman Capital Partners

Loyens & Loeff advised Levine Leichtman Capital Partners on its investment in Squla.

A Netherlands based leading consumer education brand for parents and their children, which provides interactive educational tools for primary school students in a number of jurisdictions. Squla is designed to supplement a student’s education in a fun and adaptive way.

A combined team of our tax and corporate practices comprising partners Jochem van der Wal (tax) and Thierry Lohest (corporate), and associates Arnaud Baudrihaye-Gerard, Gaspar Lopes Dias (tax) and Anastasiya Nikitina (corporate) assisted Levine Leichtman Capital Partner. You can find more information on the transaction here or by contacting one of our experts involved in the deal.



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