HWL Ebsworth has advised InComm Payments on the acquisition of The Card Network, an Australian-based gift card provider known for its suite of creatively themed, multi-brand gift cards.
InComm Payments is a global payments technology company that delivers end-to-end payment platforms and financial technology solutions supported by a network of more than 525,000 points of retail and online distribution.
The acquisition enhances InComm Payments’ ability to create personable gift card products that consumers seek, while supporting business growth for its brand and retail partners.
HWL Ebsworth’s multi-disciplinary team worked hand-in-glove with InComm’s US Counsel on this significant and complex transaction.
The HWL Ebsworth deal team was led by Peter Dreher (Partner – Corporate) with assistance from Adam Goldner (Special Counsel – Corporate) and Dylan Dunstan (Solicitor – Corporate). Matthew Craven (Partner – IP/IT) and Scott La Rocca (Special Counsel – IP/IT) advised on intellectual property aspects, Matthew Powell (Partner – Property) and Megan Fook (Solicitor – Property) advised on property matters, and Chris Egan (Partner – Employment) and Feaben Tefera (Solicitor – Employment) provided advice on employment matters.
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