Sale of Effisoft to Prima Solutions

Deal type
Sell your business
December 2018
Countries involved


Effisoft is a French software company. The firm offers solutions dedicated to insurance and reinsurance players worldwide, through Solvaset (regulatory compliance with Solvency II) and WebXL (management of reinsurance operations)


Effisoft shareholders sold their company to Prima Solutions


Lead team

  • Jean-Arthur Dattée

    Jean-Arthur Dattée

    Partner France
  • Jean-Paul Bruna

    Jean-Paul Bruna

    Associate France

What we did

Capitalmind actively supported Effisoft shareholders all along the disposal process: screening and selection of acquirers, financial analysis, preliminary negotiations, valuation guidances, marketing documentation drafting, management of the DD process, execution support up to closing, negotiation of the final legal documentation, etc.

About the deal

Founded in 1989, Effisoft is a Paris-based international group that designs software solutions for insurance and reinsurance professionals. The group specializes in optimizing reinsurance operations and regulatory compliance with Solvency II. Effisoft supports 300 clients in more than 20 countries through its offices in France and the United States and its worldwide network of partners.

Prima Solutions provides Property and Casualty and Life and Health insurers the cutting-edge Prima Insure™ software platform to increase agility and become a leader in insurance innovation.

The merger between Effisoft and Prima Solutions will produce one of the largest and most comprehensive players in Europe, North America, and the Asia-Pacific region with cloud-based solutions covering all areas of the insurance market. The consolidated group can rely on more than 300 employees across the globe, servicing over 300 customers across 5 continents, and generates revenues of approximately €50 million. It will continue to be led by Hugues Delannoy from Prima Solutions and Julien Victor from Effisoft, with the support of The Carlyle Group as the majority shareholder.