Talde finances the acquisition of the companies MMYPEM and Teiga TMI in a build-up process.
Talde has financed Henko Partners for the acquisition of MMYPEM and Teiga TMI, in a build-up process within the international energy segment.
The financing consists of an 8 million euro loan with a 6-year maturity, and represents the second transaction of the TALDE DEUDA ALTERNATIVA, FILPE fund, whose objective is to provide long-term financing to small and medium-sized companies with growth and international expansion projects.
MMYPEM is specialised in the assembly and mechanical commissioning of power plants (gas, combined cycle, biomass, solar thermal and nuclear plants), with a highly specialised team of technicians covering all stages, from design to installation and assistance.
Teiga TMI is a benchmark company in industrial electromechanical services, focused on electrical and mechanical maintenance and assembly operations in the renewable energy and Oil&Gas sectors, with a solid customer base.
Both companies have an international presence: MMYPEM has branches in 4 continents currently covering Spain, Morocco, Israel, Kuwait, Chile and South Africa, and Teiga TMI has offices in Spain, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Portugal.
With this transaction, TALDE DEUDA ALTERNATIVA FILPE and Henko Partners carry out their first joint operation, participating in a transaction with clear synergies in terms of complementarity and strategic development, in an expanding sector with strong growth prospects at national and international level.