List AG acquires majority stake of intecplan

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LIST AG acquires shares of the technical planning company intecplan GmbH

intecplan, a planning and consulting company for building services engineering was founded in Düsseldorf more than 40 years ago. With its team of around 60 people, the company has since developed into a renowned, successful provider specialising in technical planning and building services engineering. The range of services includes technical building planning, technical project management and consulting in the field of sustainability and energy management.

It was important to the shareholders Mr. Heiko Lappe and Mr. Helmut Schwarz that the company be sold to an investor who would fit in well with the company and its shareholders. In LIST AG a partner was found who shares the vision of the company and would like to expand it further in the future.

LIST AG, based in Nordhorn, is a group in the construction and real estate services sector. The company currently operates with twelve companies at six locations and develops, plans and builds real estate throughout Germany. With the acquisition of intecplan, the group is further expanding its expertise in the field of planning and thus its position as a spectrum provider.

For LIST AG, the reasons for the investment lie primarily in the company's expertise in the area of integrated planning.

In operational terms, intecplan will continue to operate independently. Mr. Heiko Lappe and Mr. Helmut Schwarz will continue to actively support the company in the coming years as managing partners. In addition to intecplan, another planning company belongs to the LIST Group, LIST Ingenieure. They will continue to accompany all projects of the in-house construction companies and project developers and thus serve a different division than intecplan. However, an intensive exchange of expertise is being sought, which will bring advantages for both companies.

Transfer Partners' mandate covered the entire sales process, including the preparation of transaction-relevant documents, research and identification of suitable potential buyers, structuring of the due diligence and conducting negotiations until the successful completion of the transaction.