Mandate Vinge advises Capio in connection with the acquisition of the Nova clinics

February 26, 2018

Vinge has advised Capio, which is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, in connection with the acquisition of the shares in the Nova clinics.

The Nova clinics primarily conduct healthcare operations at eight clinics in the southeast of Skåne and have certain operations within occupational health service and dental service. In 2017, the Nova clinics had a turnover of approximately MSEK 245 and had approximately 45 000 listed patients. The purchase price mechanism, which is based on Enterprise Value, amounts to MSEK 88. The acquisition is conditional upon the Swedish Competition Authority’s and Region Skåne’s approval.

Vinge’s team consisted of Anders Strid, Frida Bäckegren (project manager), Gabriella Fossum (LOU), Rebecka Maltenius (commercial property law), Lina André (employment law), Camilla Andersson (company registration assistant) as well as Pär Remenlid and Nils Alvång (both competition law).

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