CAPZA has acquired a minority stake in WSHOP
CAPZA, an established European private investment platform focused on small and mid-cap companies, has acquired a minority stake in WSHOP, a powerful and scalable unified digital commerce SaaS platform.
Created in 2004, CAPZA is majority-owned by its team and supported by AXA Group. With US$6 billion of assets under management, CAPZA places its experience and passion for developing businesses at the service of investors in Europe and worldwide, with its platform of six complementary areas of expertise: flex equity, private debt, transition, artemid, growth tech and expansion. It offers financing solutions to small and mid-cap companies at every stage of their development. Its unique platform allows the firm to support companies over the long-term by providing them with custom-made financing solutions (majority and minority equity, and subordinated and senior debt). CAPZA is a generalist, but has built up strong expertise in supporting companies in the health, technology and services sectors. It has approximately 80 employees based in Paris, Munich, Madrid and Milan.
WSHOP enables its clients to focus on their core business by relying on a comprehensive, performing and continuously enriched software for their digital commerce needs, as well as on a dedicated team of digital and retail experts. With its business model based on performance, WSHOP works hand-in-hand with its customers on a daily basis to best meet their objectives.
Oaklins’ team in France advised CAPZA on the acquisition of a minority stake in WSHOP.
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