European Deal Toys: Goldman, Italian Pet Supplies, Belgian Beer

July 28, 2016 by David Parry

Italian pet supplies…

Belgian beer…

A Baltic Sea wind farm…

A Goldman Sachs purchase…

A Finnish LNG supplier…

These are just some of the subject areas covered in our latest gallery of European deal toys beginning below. We also hope that you check out our previous galleries of European deal toys, which address an array of topics including cars and motorcycles, Blackstone, beaches, and basketball, and Karlie Kloss.

We hope you’ll be inspired as well to contact those responsible for these designs: our London office.

Bottle_modA surviving document helps trace the operations of Belgian brewer Het Anker as far back as 1369. It’s a tax return…. The Golden Carolus shown here—named after a coin in use during the 16th century reign of Emperor Charles V—is an amber beer.

GS_modParis-based HRA was purchased by Goldman and private equity firm Astorg. The sellers were private equity firm The Riverside Company, which had invested in HRA in 2011, and the company’s founders.


As of last September, about 500 million Visa cards had been issued in Europe. Visa Europe processes approximately 18 billion transactions annually.



US-based McKesson also owns the LloydsPharmacy chain in Ireland.


Gasum subsidiary Skangas is scheduled to complete in August Finland’s first liquefied natural gas import terminal. The first shipload of LNG to the Pori facility was delivered this month.


A great example of a simple, cost-effective deal toy design. The container ship is rendered in one dimension, with the top part of the deal terms appearing on a glazed material—a “frosted acetate”—-so that it remains legible against the background photo.


The Arkona offshore wind farm—to be located in the Baltic Sea about 35 kilometers (56 miles) off the German island of RĂ¼gen—is expected to begin operation in 2019. It will consist of 60 six-megawatt turbines, and power as many as 400,000 households.



Arcaplanet is an Italian pet supplies retailer.


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