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Allfunds Bank to acquire Nordic Fund Market

March 29, 2019

Vinge has advised Allfunds Bank (“Allfunds”) in connection with entering into an agreement to acquire Nordic Fund Market ("NFM") from Nasdaq.

Allfunds is the leading institutional fund and wealthtech platform in Europe with more than €370 billion of AuA. NFM is an electronic mutual fund service that enables straight through processing of orders and settlements. The service enables the fund distributors to access a broad choice of mutual funds through one single interface. There are presently around 200 connected fund companies with more than 5,000 mutual funds available on the Nasdaq platform. Completion of the transaction is subject to customary conditions.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Jonas Bergström and Carl Sander (M&A), Emma Stuart-Beck, Henrik Schön and Mikaela Lang (Financial Regulatory), Ulf Nilsson and Victor Ericsson (Tax), and Nicklas Thorgerzon (TSA/CA).

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