Baker McKenzie has advised investment fund Long Arc Capital in the context of its €53 million investment in Tinubu Square, its first investment in Europe (jointly with a reinvestment by Bpifrance).
Tinubu Square, created in 2000, has imposed itself as the leader in the field of data analytics in the management of credit and credit insurance risks for financial establishments or enterprises. The company offers its clients solutions destined to assess, monitor, prevent and transfer credit risks by supplying high value added services in engineering and consulting in the credit insurance sector.
This investment takes place in the context of the acceleration of the Tinubu Square group’s international expansion and the development of its services.  
Based in New York, Long Arc Capital is a private equity fund specialising in services to financial institutions and asset management, in particular in disruptive technologies.
The team from Baker McKenzie was led by Matthieu Grollemund, partner, assisted by Hélène Parent and Gautier Valdiguié, associates.
Bpifrance was advised by Jones Day with Renaud Bonnet, partner, and Paul Maurin, associate.
Tinubu Square was advised by AVA Law with Nicolas Valluet, partner, and Thierry Fortesa, associate, as well as Xavier Perinne, a partner from the firm Affina Legal.
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