The team’s considerable experience includes bilateral and syndicated loans, structured financing, project financing, acquisition financing, export financing, real estate financing and various forms of leasing.
Vinge has solid experience in bonds and certificates. For example, we advise on establishing bond programmes, high yield bonds, hybrid instruments and securitisations. We are also a leader on the domestic market for corporate bonds.
Our substantial experience of various forms of derivatives means we are regularly asked to give industry opinions.
Vinge advises on financial renegotiations and acts on behalf of borrowers, lenders and other interested parties. We also undertake engagements as trustees in bankruptcy, administrators in corporate restructuring and liquidators. Read more in Restructuring and Insolvency.
Chambers and Partners, IFLR, Legal 500 and other respected organisations all rank the lawyers in our Banking and Finance group highly.
With a comprehensive international network of leading law firms, we also offer integrated cross border advice. And because we are a full-service firm, we can support our clients in all their business law matters.
One source appreciates that "they are very familiar with the banking industry and legislation," adding that "they are able to come up with alternative solutions in difficult situations." Clients highlight the team's "great business acumen and solution-based approach." (Chambers and Partners, 2019)
Praised for 'delivering excellent results' (Legal 500 2019)
Vinge has advised SEB in connection with the issuance of Additional Tier 1 Capital of USD 900 million
Vinge has advised Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) as to Swedish law in connection with the issuance of Additional Tier 1 Capital (AT1) of USD 900 million to optimise its capital structure.
Vinge advises Intrum in connection with several financing transactions
Vinge has advised Intrum AB (publ) in connection with several financing transactions during the third quarter of 2019.
Vinge has represented Acast in connection with EUR 25 million financing from EIB
The Swedish leading podcast company Acast has signed a EUR 25 million financing agreement with the European Investment Bank (EIB).