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Vinge advises Capio in conjunction with its acquisition of PR Vård

March 31, 2022

Vinge is advising Capio in connection with its acquisition of all shares in PR Vård Hemsjukvåd AB and PR Vård Mottagning AB.

PR Vård conducts home healthcare operations in five out of eight primary health areas in Stockholm as well as one surgery for children and young people and one healthcare surgery in Södermalm. PR Vård has 600 employees and performs approximately 1 million home healthcare visits per year. The acquisition is subject to approval by the Swedish Competition Authority.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Anders Strid and Jenny Sandlund (project manager), Victoria Gunnerek (public procurement), Adam Löwenstein (tenancy law), Alexander Lindeberg (IT/GDPR), Anna Ståhlklo (employment law), Fredrik Löwenklou (M&A) as well as Anna Palmérus (competition law).

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