The two Aarhus fintech companies Clearhaus and Quickpay have been sold to German Unzer, which is one of the fastest growing fintech companies in Europe. Unzer offers international payment transactions to webshops worldwide.

A team consisting of lawyer Peter Gerken, lawyer Uffe Nørgaard and lawyer Rasmus Thusgaard from INNOVA Advokatfirma has advised the seller of Clearhaus, Clearhaus Holding.

Clearhaus started back in March 2015 and in June 2015 they already had their first foreign customer. The company supports more than 17,000 webshops in 33 countries. Clearhaus has experienced significant growth over the last years and expects to continue the growth in the future.

The 50 employees of Clearhaus will join Unzer and the founders of Clearhaus and Quickpay will continue as co-investors.

Unzer has several times acquired competitors in the payment industry and was acquired this summer by the American private equity company KKR.

All parties involved in the acquisition agree to keep the sale price secret.