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L'Atelier d'Amaya has been acquired by Vendis Capital

Laure and Amaya de Gorostarzu, the founders and owners of L'Atelier d'Amaya, a French jewelry brand based in Bordeaux, have sold a majority stake in the company to Vendis Capital, an independent private equity firm dedicated to European consumer brands. Financial details have not been disclosed.

L'Atelier d'Amaya designs and markets an extensive range of silver and gold-plated jewelry, combining timeless products with trendy and personalized creations. Founded in 2007, L’Atelier d’Amaya opened its first store in Bordeaux in 2009.

Based in Belgium, Vendis Capital is focused on building and investing in small to medium-sized branded consumer companies in Europe that are well positioned for value-creating growth or transformation.

Oaklins’ team in France advised the seller in this transaction. The team built a strong process around the founders, targeting the most important key players among the most active investors in this segment in France and Europe.

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 Hadrien  Mollard

Hadrien Mollard

Managing Partner

Paris, France
Oaklins France
 Leïla  Djebli

Leïla Djebli

Associate Director

Paris, France
Oaklins France

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