Mandate Vinge advises JCE and Tequity on their joint bid for Cybercom

November 02, 2015

Viltor AB, a company owned by JCE Group Aktiebolag and Tequity AB, has announced a recommended cash offer to the shareholders of Cybercom Group AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm). The offer values Cybercom at around SEK 541 million.
 
Vinge advises the joint bidders. The Vinge team is headed by M&A partner Magnus Pauli and capital markets and public M&A partner Erik Sjöman. Other team members include Jo-Anna Nordström, Anna Palmérus, Karin Wisenius, Mikael Ståhl, Natalie Bäck and Malte Hedlund.

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