Ramón y Cajal advises IPD on sale of controlling stake to ProA Capital
Ramón y Cajal´s Barcelona office advised dental product manufacturer IPD on the sale of a controlling stake in the company to Spanish private equity firm ProA Capital.
IPD manufactures, markets and distributes titanium parts that are used in dental implants. The company sells its products in thirty countries in Europe and Latin America.
The Ramón y Cajal team was led by partners Alvaro Bertran (pictured left) and Luis Briones (pictured right), and included Sofia Pérez Rodríguez and Carolina Martí Torrent.
ProA Capital was advised by Garrigues, EY and PwC.