Number one in home-based services in France, the OuiCare group (including such brands as O₂, Apef Services, France Présence and the Conciergerie O₂) took an important step in its expansion by completing its first international acquisition. On July 4, 2017, Interdomicilio, a major actor of home-based services in Spain, with offices in Portugal, Mexico and Colombia, became a brand of the OuiCare Group. The international law firm based in Spain, Mariscal & Abogados, was the intermediary of the operation.
With its first international external growth operation, the OuiCare Group now has 5 brands, 17,500 collaborators and around 400 agencies located in 5 countries. It aspires to become a global leader of home-based services in the next 20 years.
Growth prospects are significant for the OuiCare Group in France as well as internationally. The global market of home-based services is now estimated around a few billion Euros.
First international acquisition
Interdomicilio, the multi-specialist brand of home-based services created in 2010 and headquartered in Saragossa (Spain), has 450 collaborators, 4,500 clients and 35 agencies located in 4 countries.
Interdomicilio now joins OuiCare group, with other brands like O₂ care services, Apef services, France Présence and the Conciergerie O₂. OuiCare has 17,500 collaborators and around 400 agencies in 5 countries.
In order to proceed with this acquisition, the OuiCare group requested the services of Mariscal & Abogados, a Spanish international law firm with more than 20 years of experience providing legal advice in Spain.
Mariscal & Abogados
The international law firm based in Spain, Mariscal & Abogados, possesses strong experience in the preparation and carrying out of mergers & acquisitions, especially concerning, but not limited to, transnational transactions, turnarounds, restructuring of enterprises and groups of enterprises, acquisitions, and buybacks (LBO’s, MBO’s and MBI’s).
Since its creation in 2001, the Spanish law firm offers companies personalized legal services, while directing its international mission through three international departments: French, English and German.
This article is not considered as legal advice