ARQIS has advised Alloheim Senioren-Residenzen SE on the acquisition of the Meppen-based Pro Talis Group, which is active in inpatient care, outpatient care, day care and assisted living. The takeover is subject to the approval of the relevant antitrust authorities. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.
The Pro Talis Group operates 14 senior citizens’ centers with more than 1,100 nursing beds, an ambulantory service, two day-care centers and two assisted living facilities with a total of 54 apartments. Since the founding of the family business by Egbert Möller in 2003, the company has steadily expanded its regional presence and today operates in three federal states.
After completion of the transaction, which is expected this summer, Alloheim will unite around 23,000 nursing beds and apartments for assisted living under its roof, thus strengthening its presence in North Rhine-Westphalia, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein. The facilities and care services of the Pro Talis brand will continue to be run under the old name.
Rainer Hohmann, Managing Director of Alloheim, says: “With the Pro Talis facilities, the Alloheim Group is getting attractive growth in modern, beautiful and well-equipped houses in an attractive location. Together with the employees of Pro Talis, we now want to expand our offerings and realize further projects. We are looking forward to the cooperation”.
ARQIS has been involved in numerous add-on acquisitions of the Alloheim Group since 2010, most recently the acquisition of the CMS Group at the end of 2018. The firm also regularly advises Alloheim on real estate law.
Advisors to Alloheim
ARQIS Rechtsanwälte (Düsseldorf/Munich): Dr. Jörn-Christian Schulze (Lead; Corporate/M&A), Dr. Christof Schneider (Finance Law), Dr. Ulrich Lienhard (Real Estate), Johannes Landry (Commercial); Counsel: Saskia Kirschbaum (Labour Law) Dr. Philipp Maier (IP); Associates: Thomas Chwalek (Management Due Diligence), Malte Griepenburg (Health Care), Jennifer Huschauer (Real Estate), Sina Janke (IP/Compliance), Martin Weingärtner (Labour Law), Elisabeth Falterer (Finance Law), Dr. Liliia Sagun, Carina Grahs (both Legal Support Specialists)