Mandate Vinge is advising Nytida in connection with merger with the Solhaga Group

January 25, 2016

Vinge is advising Nytida, which is part of Ambea, in connection with the merger with Solhagagruppen (the “Solhaga Group”).

Nytida intends to merge with the Solhaga Group. Nytida and the Solhaga Group possess considerable experience and expertise within the fields of functional impairment and the Solhaga Group specializes in the fields of neuropsychiatric and psychiatric impairment and reduced development. Both Nytida and the Solhaga Group conduct operations throughout a large part of Sweden and provide accommodation, schooling, short-term accommodation and daytime activities. The Solhaga Group also conducts operations in Norway.

Closing of the transaction is subject to the customary approval of the relevant competition authority.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, partners Christina Kokko, Jonas Johansson, Louise Brorson Salomon and Marcus Glader together with associates Linda Sengul, Maria Dahlin, Albert Wållgren, Anna-Maria Terzi, Emil Fahlén Godö and Anne Wijkman.

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