REORGANISATION AND SALES PROCESS
Due to unprofitable transactions outside its own core business, Teilzeit Thiele Group filed for insolvency in December 2018. On 1 February 2019, self-administrative insolvency proceedings opened. The solicitor Stefan Meyer, a PLUTA GmbH partner, was appointed interim trustee.
Teilzeit Thiele Group management was advised by BOEGE ROHDE LUEBBEHUESEN (BRL) law offices within the framework of the self-administration. BRL partners and restructuring experts, Friedrich von Kaltenborn-Stachau and Stefan Denkhaus, have supported the process as general representatives.
CVM Capital Value Management GmbH was mandated to support the business restructuring process and to conduct a structured investor process in consultation with the parties involved.
On 1 March 2019, as a result of self-administered insolvency proceedings supported by CVM, the company was successfully stabilized, sold to and integrated within the TEMPTON Group, which is headquartered in Essen. Both the creditors' committee and the trustee have consented to the sale.
TEMPTON is one of the leading employment service providers in Germany. In addition to temporary staffing, TEMPTON offers nearly all workforce-related services. In 2007, upon merging several medium-sized personnel services companies, TEMPTON was born, bringing together expertise acquired over several decades. With the integration of Teilzeit Thiele, the TEMPTON Group will now have around 7,000 employees working at more than 100 locations nationwide, with a broad customer base of approximately 10,000 companies of all sizes and in all industry sectors.
CVM Team: Jörg Schuppener (Partner), Adrian Loer (Consultant)
BRL is an international partnership of lawyers, accountants and tax consultants, founded in Hamburg in 2006. Today, BRL has around 250 employees at locations in Hamburg, Berlin, Bochum, Dortmund, Hanover and Frankfurt, and is one of Germany's leading law firms in the area of reorganisation and insolvency. It was recently awarded the JUVE Award “Law Firm of the Year for Bankruptcy Law and Restructuring”. You can find further information at
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