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Storebrand's acquisition of SPP for SEK 18 billion

September 05, 2007

Vinge has acted for the Norwegian insurance company Storebrand, in connection with its purchase of Swedish Handelsbanken’s subsidiary, the life insurance and pensions provider SPP, for a total cash consideration of SEK18.0 billion (€1.9 billion/NOK15.3 billion).

The Vinge team was headed by M&A partner Peter Morawetz and also involved partners Björn Gustavsson and Ola Sandersson

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