Osborne Clarke has advised Keen Venture Partners in the EUR 80 million financing round of Lendis. Previously, DN Capital, HV Capital and Picus Capital had already invested a sum of millions in the company. 

Berlin-based startup Lendis, founded in 2018 by Julius Bolz and Stavros Papadopoulos, offers its B2B customers office equipment such as furniture or electrical appliances for rent under digital management. 

The Osborne Clarke team advising Keen Venture Partners, led by Nicolas Gabrysch (Corporate / VC), comprised Dana Alpar, Fabian Mimberg and Maximilian Vocke (all Corporate / VC), as well as Flemming Moos (Data Protection), Antje Günther and Daniel Huschen (both Banking), Dr. Hendrik Schöttle, Cédric Ludwig, Helen Schneider, Julia Kaufmann, Dr Florian Eisenmenger and Kerstin Grimhardt (IT Law), Carsten Dau, Christoph Boeminghaus, Sarah Grigo, Yannick Schmitter, Dr. Maximilian Musial and Gunnar Jommersbach (all Commercial), Thomas Schnabel and Maria Bibik (both Real Estate), Till-Manuel Saur and Fenja Striesow (Corporate / VC), Dr Sebastian Hack and Jan-Marko Aatz (Antitrust), Dr Tim Reinhard, Laura Klein, Konstantin Sitte and Max Wächter (all IP), Dr Timo Karsten, Karin Sültrop and Nils-Frederik Wiehmann (all Employment).  

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