As a leading team in this area, we have in depth knowledge of the regulatory system for stock market transactions, and can add value in both strategic and structural matters.
The team is heavily involved in developing the regulations in this area, and we have well established contacts with authorities and other participants on the Swedish stock market.
Through our international network, we regularly handle transactions that span two or more jurisdictions.
The team has specialist competence in Equity Capital Market transactions (such as listings, capital raising and sell downs), as well as public M&A.
Vinge also has extensive experience advising on: disclosure matters (rules on disclosure of information, market abuse and disclosure of shareholding and short selling); corporate governance (preparing for general meetings, questions about board composition and reporting); and incentive programmes for listed companies.
Because no two transactions are the same, we put together a unique team for each project – one that is built around the client’s needs.
Clients will find they work with a team that has detailed knowledge of business law and is readily available to them. Because we are a full-service firm, we can support our clients in all their business law matters.
“Agile, attentive and quick … they focus on the important issues and give practical advice … Clients also praise the team’s responsiveness, noting: ‘They are very quick to respond to all enquiries and have a commercial approach.’” (Chambers and Partners)
Vinge advised ZetaDisplay on bond issue
ZetaDisplay AB (publ) has issued a 3.5 year senior unsecured bond loan of SEK 300 million, within a framework amount of SEK 500 million.
Vinge advised Enea on directed share issue
Vinge advised Enea AB (publ) in connection with a directed share issue of SEK 271 million through an accelerated book building procedure.
Vinge advised Equinor in connection with divestment of shares in Lundin Petroleum and investment
The Norwegian energy company Equinor ASA announced on 7 July that it had agreed with Lundin Petroleum AB (publ) to divest around 54.5 million shares in Lundin Petroleum for a total consideration of around USD 1.56 billion and to acquire 2.6% of the development project Johan Sverdrup for a cash consideration of USD 910 million.