TENZING partners advises EMRESA S.A. – Luxembourg Specialist in employee benefits, discount and concierge services – in a MBO transaction. FIELD SICAR invests in EMRESA S.A. in order to support the MBO and future expansion plans.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
Emresa, better known as SYMPASS and ALADIN, was founded in 2003 by Marc Neuen in
Luxembourg, and is based on a simple but innovative concept: it allows employees to take advantage
from benefits and discounts which are provided by a large range of commercial & service partners.
The Sympass benefits card offers discounted tickets (cinema, theme parks …) and also discounts in
many retail stores within the Greater Region.
Since 2008, the commercial offer was extended to include a concierge service company under the
name of Aladin. Now employees can have a single point of contact for their private needs (laundry,
ordering of flowers, car wash …). Today Emresa is the leader in its market.
After having built up this success story, Marc Neuen, the founder of Emresa, w
ants to step back and
focus on other activities while remaining as a shareholder closely involved in the development of the
company. The first employee and current CEO, Valerie Crauser, contributed since the beginning to
the success of the company and enters through this operation the shareholding of Emresa.
“Field Sicar is pleased to support the transmission and development of Emresa. The company will
develop new growth sources in order to duplicate the model in the Belgian, German and French
bordering areas, introduce the Sympass product and continuing to strengthen the Aladin services in
Luxembourg. ” said Philippe Denis, manager of FIELD SICAR.
About Field Sicar
Field Sicar is a fund, which is specialized in Leveraged-buy-out transactions in the East of France, the
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Walloon Region but also in adjacent areas of its target market,
such as the Saarland, the Nord Pas de Calais, Brussels and Flanders. Most of Field investments are
made in the context of LBO via minority or majority participations. The objective is to support niche
companies with strong competitive advantages.