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JAFRA Brazil has been acquired by Malte Horeyseck

JAFRA Cosmetics International has sold its subsidiary JAFRA Brazil to Malte Horeyseck. Financial details have not been disclosed.

JAFRA Cosmetics International, one of the world’s leading beauty products manufacturer, offering a complete range of skincare, fragrance, makeup, and bath and body products. JAFRA Cosmetics has operations in 15 countries around the globe and more than 550,000 independent consultants. Since 2004, JAFRA has been a member of the Vorwerk Group, a family enterprise established in 1883 with headquarters in Germany.

Malte Horeyseck is the co-founder of Dafiti, the largest fashion e-commerce platform in Latin America, with 3,500 employees. He is involved in an e-commerce furniture project and in the lighting fixtures industry. In addition, Malte also invests in trading, logistics and a business solutions company specialized in tax optimization in Brazil.

Oaklins' team in Brazil acted as the exclusive financial advisors of JAFRA Cosmetics International in this transaction.

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 Frederico  Toledo

Frederico Toledo

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São Paulo, Brazil
Oaklins IGC
 Daniel  Milanez

Daniel Milanez

Managing Partner

São Paulo, Brazil
Oaklins IGC

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