Hamilton Locke advises the co-founders of EVSE Australia on their partial divestment to Pacific Equity Partners and partnership with Intellihub Group

Hamilton Locke has advised Brendan Wheeler and Sam Korkees, the co-founders of EVSE Australia, on their partial divestment to Pacific Equity Partners (PEP), and EVSE’s partnership with Intellihub Group, which has been described in the AFR as a $250 million bet on the sector’s growth.

Founded in 2015, EVSE is an Australian electric vehicle charging company. PEP’s acquisition of a majority stake in EVSE, together with its existing 50% ownership of smart meter company Intellihub, is expected to create a successful partnership that will supercharge EVSE’s already rapid growth.

This transaction is an example of Hamilton Locke’s commercially focused and integrated offering, involving close collaboration between our M&A, Private Equity, and IP and Technology teams to deliver client-centric solutions. The multidisciplinary team comprised of Partners Cristín McCoy and Sarah Gilkes, Special Counsel Ben Cameron, Senior Associate Debbie Tran, and Lawyer Zane O’Neill.

For more information, please get in touch with Hamilton Locke Partner Cristín McCoy.


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