Oppenhoff has advised nd industrial investments B.V. on the Series C financing round of Next.e.GO Mobile SE. As the majority shareholder of Next.e.GO Mobile SE, nd industrial investments B.V. led the Series C financing round. The new capital of EUR 49 million will be invested in the production of the e.GO Life platform, the development of additional models and also the unlocking the unique feature of e.GO Life, the battery swap. Both existing and new investors participated in the financing round.
Next.e.GO Mobile SE, based in Aachen, manufactures battery electric vehicles and develops sustainable e-mobility systems. Leveraging its unique product architecture and disruptive production system powered by Internet of Production, the nearly 400 employees of the company are on the mission to accelerate the transformation of the urban e-mobility.
nd industrial investments B.V. is part of ND Group B.V., a private equity and holding company based in the Netherlands. The enterprise was founded in 2008 and its investment portfolio includes climate e-mobility, Hydrogen, Climate Tech, Fintech, Healthcare and intregrated services.
The Oppenhoff team, led by Dr. Nefail Berjasevic (corporate law/M&A) advised nd industrial investments B.V. extensively on the transaction. Further team members were Dr. Günter Seulen (stock corporation law), Dr. Johannes Janning (financing), David Falkowski (corporate law/M&A) and Marc Krischer (taxes).
Oppenhoff regularly represents clients in the field of venture capital, for example ND Group B.V. on the acquisition of a majority holding in Next.e.GO Mobile SE and on the Series B financing round of Next.e.GO Mobile SE. Oppenhoff’s automotive and mobility sector group advises clients on trending topics such as e-mobility, autonomous driving, shared mobility and connectivity. Its clients include leading OEMs and component suppliers in Germany and abroad.