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Vinge advises Axcel VI and the AddPro Group in connection with the acquisition of IT Advisor Sweden AB and refinancing

June 02, 2021

IT Advisor Sweden AB provides consultancy services and product-related services for IT-security. The company is located in Stockholm and has currently 26 employees with customers in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

The AddPro Group has also, in connection with the acquisition of IT Advisor Sweden AB, made a refinancing of outstanding credit facilities.

Vinge’s team consisted of partners Christina Kokko (M&A) and Mikael Ståhl (Banking & Finance) together with Johanna Wiberg, Stina Bengtsson and Gustav Persson (M&A), Pauline Lagerstrand, Karl-Gustaw Tobola, Nina Gransäter (Banking & Finance), Emil Lindvall (Employment), Christoffer Nordin (Commercial agreements), Fredrika Hjelmberg (IT & GDPR) and Tove Lövgren Frisk (Compliance).

 

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