The ARTEMIS Group is an internationally active financing and M&A consulting boutique and investment manager of real assets.
The ARTEMIS Group is an international and cross-sector corporate finance and M&A consulting firm for start-up companies and medium-sized enterprises being active in the market since 2001. Beyond that, ARTEMIS Group, as an investment company (Kapitalanlagegesellschaft – “KAG”) registered with “BaFin” (the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority) is also active as an alternative asset manager. In doing so, ARTEMIS specifically focusses on the sectors agriculture & food and renewable energy.
As a partner at your side, we will guide your company from its first venture capital financing rounds to subsequently following expansions financings to classical corporate finance and M&A projects and lead you through each of these complex processes. Within the scope of our asset management services, we support institutional investors and family offices in the analysis, evaluation and monitoring of investment targets in the agriculture & food and renewable energy sectors.
Our long-term customer relations are built on trust, dependable statements and long-standing collaborative partnerships. This situation and the consistently excellent results we achieve are made possible, especially by employing experienced, highly qualified professionals well-versed in their fields and through the superlative, global networks we maintain in all areas relevant to our customers and thereby we can achieve the best possible results.
The support ARTEMIS provides to you is delivered by staff with long-standing market experience and boasting excellent contacts. We will make the selection best suited to you, and combine all available instruments as efficiently as possible – regardless of whether being a well-established medium-sized enterprise or recently founded start-up company. As your ever-present partner, the ARTEMIS Group not only delivers the right financing concept, we will also actively assist you in the selection of investors and in the realisation of financing.
Our services in the field of financing:
Corporate transactions are generally complex with time also being a critical factor. The factors for success include sound preparation, a profit-focussed transaction strategy, discretion and an experienced team by your side to carefully steer the process and that possesses the requisite level of assertiveness. ARTEMIS M&A remains your ever-present partner during this challenging process.
Our services in the field of Mergers & Acquisitions:
The crisis in the financial market and wider-ranging regulations has seen investors and asset managers confronted with a variety of challenges in recent years. There is a move evident among many investors to realign their portfolios. Real assets have an increasingly important role to play. As a trusted advisor, ARTEMIS advises institutional investors, family offices and asset managers and, as an independent asset manager, it offers investment opportunities right across the agriculture & food value chain as well as in the area of renewable energies.
Our asset management services:
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Starting October 1, 2016, ARTEMIS Group (Munich) and GREIFZU ASSOCIATES (Munich and Zurich) bundle their expertise and resources in the area of banking consulting. Within the framework of this merger, ARTEMIS Group has been contributing its banking consulting business, which has grown over the recent years, to working with GREIFZU ASSOCIATES. On the basis of the same values, objectives and professionalism, this combination creates a multitude of synergies and allows to offer the costumer a wide range of consulting and to manage larger projects.
Under the brand GREIFZU ASSOCIATES, both companies are focusing on holistic consulting for financial service industry: from strategy, through implementation to operations.
As a consulting boutique GREIFZU ASSOCIATES is known for implementation-oriented consulting, company culture and pragmatic solutions.
All consultants have many years of professional and consulting experience and have successfully worked in senior management positions at banks, system integrators and consultancy companies.
GREIFZU ASSOCIATES has been actively involved in the restructuring of the financial services in Germany, Switzerland and Europe since the early 1990s.
ARTEMIS Group thus continues to focus on it´s core business of corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions and asset management.
Alternative financing is becoming increasingly important in the agricultural sector. In the September edition of the agrarmanager magazine the ARTEMIS Group analyses the potential instruments and impacts for agricultural companies.
To mutual strengthen the competences as well as the international network Dolder Corporate Finance (Kuesnacht-Zurich, Switzerland) and ARTEMIS Group (Munich, Germany) signed a collaboration agreement. Within the framework of this cooperation, M&A transactions between Switzerland and Germany will be intensified. By linking the M&A networks of both companies, the competences and accesses to the emerging markets for cross-border M&A transactions are also sustainably strengthened. Cross-border M&A transactions become more and more important for mid-sized companies. Factors for successful cross-border M&A transactions are a good preparation, a result-oriented transactions strategy, an experienced team and appropriate partners on the ground.
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The GFFA (Global Forum for Food and Agriculture) is an international conference that deals with the main issues affecting the future of global agriculture and nutrition, politics, science and society, and encourages discussion about agricultural politics and food security. This year’s GFFA took place from 14th to 16th January in Berlin under the heading ‘How to feed our cities - agriculture and rural areas in the age of urbanisation’.
Agricultural experts from the ARTEMIS Group discussed the role of agriculture in securing food for our cities in the future with leading representatives from the EU Commission and the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations). During these discussions, the roles of professional and institutional investors in agriculture and the agricultural value chain were also debated. A key element was the creation of clear and stable framework conditions for necessary investments in agriculture.
The significance of this topic was emphasised by the General Secretary of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, in a video message. Urbanisation and supplying people in growing cities is one of the key forward-looking topics. As highlighted by the German Federal Minister for Agriculture, Christian Schmidt, urbanisation can only succeed in collaboration with sustainable, efficient agriculture. Agriculture and rural areas provide food, and therefore ‘the key to securing nutrition for people in cities’.
The ARTEMIS Group targets these topics with its agriculture investments. Sustainable investments in the agriculture sector are a clear win-win: secure income for investors, and a sustainable contribution to food security.
In their field, Future Electronics is known as one of the world’s leading distributors of electronic parts. Based in Montreal, Canada, but spread across 169 branches in 42 countries, the company boasts excellent customer service and efficient complete solutions for global material management, and has a made an impressive name for themselves in the industry. Future Electronics work with a real-time IT infrastructure with up-to-date warehouse stock and availability, whereby operational processes, sales and marketing are consolidated worldwide.
From 11th to 13th November 2015, Future Electronics invited roughly 200 specialist delegates and decision makers from the fields of finance and logistics to a conference in Leipzig. The event was called ‘Innovation in Supply Chain’. Future Electronic business partners present included the Kathrein Group, Conrad Electronics, Rhose & Schwarz, Fujitsu and Sennheiser. Stephan Groß illuminated the topic of ‘Ability to Supply Fights Reduction of Capital Commitment’. He explained the possible link between availability, capital commitment, the cash conversion cycle and the relevant appraisal of the capital market.
Alongside Mr Groß, presentations were also held by Ole Gerkensmeyer, Future Electronics’ Regional Sales Director for Central Europe, Robert Viergens, DHL’s Senior Vice President Hubs and Gateways Europe, and Karl Högen, CEO North America for Witron.
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In 2014, wind turbines with a total capacity of 1,042 MW were connected to the electricity grid in France. That same year, the Leonidas Group completed four wind farms with a total of 40 turbines and 84 MW in France. This corresponds to more than 8 per cent of the total market volume, whereby Leonidas Associates GmbH at the locations in Germany and France is one of the largest private investors in this market.
Since 2010, Leonidas has specialised in the construction and operation of solar and wind power plants in France, with a unique specialisation in the French market. The team of Leonidas therefore now includes more than 20 French native speakers. Particular emphasis is placed on technical expertise, which, with 15 staff in this field, is also reflected by the number of employees. The aim is the effective monitoring of maintenance partners on site, as well as preventive measures for the early detection of possible errors before they can cause a system shutdown.
The services offered by Leonidas begin with the selection and appraisal of projects, continue to the conclusion of the financing and the monitoring of the construction phase, through to commercial and technical operational management during the entire operating phase. The managed total investment volume of the company is now more than half a billion euros, over EUR 460 million of which is in French solar and wind power plants.
As part of the agreed cooperative association, the ARTEMIS Group and Leonidas Associates GmbH will address wind farm investment in France together with selected institutional investors, accompany these investors in the analysis and structuring of an investment and provide long-term support over the entire life cycle of the investment.
The tailor-made structuring of the investment vehicle, the best possible safeguarding of all project and operational risks and maximum transparency are just some of the numerous advantages of the shared approach for potential investors.