Mandate

Bure Equity - sale of Parere AB to WM-data AB

May 12, 2005

In march 2004, the listed Swedish investment company Bure Equity AB, entered into an agreement to sell all the shares in the subsidiary Parere AB to WM-data AB for MSEK 325 (MEUR). The transfer was effected in april 2004 after the approval of the Swedish Competition Authority. Parere develops and provides software and services to help operations manage their human and structural capital efficiently. WM-data is a listed IT services company. Parere's annual turnover for 2003 amounted to MSEK 214 (MEUR 23,2).

Vinge acted for Bure Equity.
Torbjörn Sköld (responsible partner)
Magnus Pauli (associate)

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