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Vinge tops IFLR’s rankings

Nov. 8, 2018 About the firm

Vinge has distinguished itself this year once again in the IFLR’s “Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms”, which is an annual ranking of the World’s leading law firms.

The guide is based on reviews from clients and ranks both law firms and individual lawyers within the scope of the various practice areas. 

Vinge is ranked at the top in Sweden within M&A, Capital Markets, Real Estate Development, Banking and Finance as well as Reconstruction and Insolvency. Vinge is ranked in the highest category (Tier 1) within the first three practice areas and Tier 2 within Banking and Finance as well as Reconstruction and Insolvency.  

Set forth below is a representative selection of client reviews:

Jonas Bergström, partner within private M&A, is described as having “Extremely high work ethics and is client oriented. Very hands-on despite his level and seniority. Skilled negotiator knowing what to push on and where to be pragmatic.” 

Christina Kokko, board member and partner within private M&A, is described by clients as “Business oriented and able to underline in a very clear way the main differences between the client's business jurisdiction and the Sweden models. Excellent team manager. Excellent customer focus.”

Johan Winnerblad, Christina Kokko, Charlotte Levin and Mikael Ståhl are characterised by IFLR as market leading. 

Jonas Bergström, Fabian Ekeblad, Johan Göthberg, Morgan Hallén, Maria-Pia Hope, Göran Nyström, Erik Sjöman and Christoffer Thalin are referred to as “highly regarded” within their practice areas.

Partners Louise Brorsson Salomon, Jesper Schönbeck and Albert Wållgren are described as rising stars. 

The entire rankings can be read here: IFLR 1000 2019 

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