NautaDutilh assisted Emburse (backed by K1 Investment Management) with its acquisition of Roadmap.
One unintended benefit of the pandemic-induced travel shutdown is that it has given corporate teams the opportunity to do an overhaul of every aspect of business travel, to optimize value, be more sustainable, minimize wasteful spend, and give the safest, most comfortable experience to the travellers themselves. With the acquisition of mobile travel technology leader Roadmap, Emburse elevates the post-pandemic business traveller experience.
Emburse offers a growing portfolio of award-winning expense and AP automation solutions. Its innovative offerings are tailored to meet the unique needs of specific industries, company sizes, and geographies, and are trusted by more than 9 million users in more than 120 countries. "In Roadmap, we see a very exciting opportunity for organizations to provide a solution that makes it easier for users to do any travel-related activity or access any necessary data within a single app", said Eric Friedrichsen, CEO Emburse. Roadmap is headquartered in Delft, the Netherlands.
"We are excited to have assisted Emburse (backed by K1 Investment Management) in its acquisition of mobile travel technology leader Roadmap™ at a time where business travel differs from what we are used to" says corporate M&A lawyer Jeanine Evertse.
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NautaDutilh's M&A team was led by Jeanine Evertse and consisted of Naomi Asscheman, Lisa Münchow, Eline van Marle (Corporate M&A) and Aira Scheijvens (Corporate M&A Notarial). The team furthermore consisted of Nina Kielman, Alissia Sudibyo (Tax), Burcu Yapici (Employment) and various other NautaDutilh colleagues who worked hard on the legal due diligence. The matter was referred to Rebecca Runa Pinto – Noome.