Sym-Tech Dealer Services has joined The Amynta Group’s North American automotive warranty businesses. A continuation of the relationship the companies established in 2013, Amynta’s acquisition of Sym-Tech Dealer Services is the culmination of Sym-Tech’s efforts to find a partner that provides complementary resources, relationships and industry expertise.
Sym-Tech Dealer Services’ program began over 45 years ago and is based in Toronto, Canada. Sym-Tech provides industry leading finance and insurance (F&I) software, training programs, and a full suite of F&I protection products to the automotive industry.
The Amynta Group is an industry leading group of warranty, managing general agent and specialty risk companies. With the progression of this relationship, Amynta will provide distribution partners a North American solution in addition to expanding its auto warranty footprint into the Canadian market.
Stikeman Elliott LLP acted as counsel to the Amynta Group, an industry-leading group of warranty, managing general agent and specialty risk companies, in connection with its acquisition of Sym-Tech Inc. and its affiliates, a Canadian company providing finance and insurance (F&I) software, training programs, and a full suite of F&I protection products to the automotive industry. The legal team comprised Peter Castiel, Kevin A. Custodio, Samantha Allen and Evara David (M&A), Paul Collins and Michael Laskey (Competition), Stuart Carruthers (Insurance), Frank Mathieu and Philippe Kattan (Tax), Khalfan Khalfan (Employment), Natasha VandenHoven and Allyson Marta (Pensions and Benefits), Larry Cobb (Environment), Jonathan Auerbach (Intellectual Property), David Elder (Privacy), Mario Paura, Andrew Johnston and Neil Bindman (Real Estate) and Marco Garcia, Julie Helms, Melissa Moretta, Carly Ferrier and Courtney Cunningham (Corporate Clerks).
Clarke Gittens Farmer acted as Barbados counsel, consulted by Stikeman Elliott LLP on behalf of the Amynta Group. The legal counsel were Debbie Fraser, Nicola Berry and Lanasia Nicholas.