Mandate Vinge represented Verdane Capital in the divestment of Wireless Maingate

December 23, 2014

Vinge represented Verdane Capital VI in the divestment of Wireless Maingate AB (”Maingate”) to the NASDAQ-listed Canadian company Sierra Wireless, Inc. for a purchase price of USD 90 million.

Maingate is a pioner within the M2M field, i.e. mobile communication between devices, and has a market leading position in the Nordic market. Sierra Wireless is a world leader within the field of equipment and services for M2M communication.

Vinges team consisted of partner Jesper Ottergren together with associates Anna Edström, Kristoffer Franzkeit and Cecilia Cronqvist

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