Index Ventures has seen impressive returns from its year long investment in online social music network Last.fm. Founded in a Vienna basement, Last.fm is now headquartered in London and was acquired for $280m in cash by US television network CBS. It received an undisclosed round of series-A funding from Index Ventures in May 2006. The investor was selected on the basis of its strong track record of internet deals - it previously backed Skype.
In November 2018, KPMG announced it would no longer provide consultancy work for its audit clients
Deal is based on an EV of €1.4bn and will see minority owner Kirkbi maintain a stake
Following the deal, Plurima's CEO, Luca Marconi, will be appointed as CEO and chair of Log-Os
Calculus Capital invested €2.5m in the media management software provider in 2015