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Vinge advises a consortium of Swedish and foreign banks in connection with the financing of the New Karolinska Hospital in Solna

July 05, 2010

Vinge and Clifford Chance have advised a consortium of Swedish and foreign banks in connection with the financing of the New Karolinska Hospital in Solna which will be built, run and maintained by Skanska and Innisfree on behalf of Stockholm County Council. The project is Skanska’s largest project to date with a total project value of approximately SEK 14.5 billion. This is also the second Swedish so-called PPP (Public Private Partnership) after the Alranda railway and, when completed in 2015, the new Karolinska Hopistal will be the world’s largest PPP hospital.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Maria-Pia Midenbäck Hope and, among others, associates Dan Hanqvist, Maria Schultzberg, Peter Forsberg, Christina Rosén, Sofia Berg and Albert Wållgren.

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