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Vinge advises Carnegie and Nordea in connection with the listing of Volati on Nasdaq Stockholm

November 17, 2016

Vinge advises Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) and Nordea Bank AB (publ) who are acting as Joint Global Coordinators and Joint Bookrunners in connection with the listing of the common shares and preference shares in Volati AB (publ) on Nasdaq Stockholm. The company has applied for the company’s shares to be admitted for trading and Nasdaq Stockholm has approved the company’s shares for listing subject to customary conditions. A prospectus is expected to be published on or around 18 November 2016 and first day of trading is expected to be on or around 30 November 2016.

Volati is an industrial group comprising 13 business units organised into three business areas: Trading, Industry and Consumer. Volati has some 40 operating companies in 15 countries, with Sweden accounting for the largest share of net sales. Acquisitions are central in Volati’s strategy and Volati primarily acquires companies with proven business models, leading market positions and strong cash flows at reasonable valuations, and develops these with an emphasis on long-term creation.   

Vinge’s team consists of Dain Hård Nevonen, Erik Sjöman and Sofie Bjärtun.

Vinge contributing to International Comparative Legal Guides

Vinge’s specialists within Maritime and Transport law have been requested to contribute with a chapter explaining the Swedish legislative framework in relation to maritime law in the International Comparative Legal Guides, ICLG.
August 20, 2021

New partners and counsels appointed at Vinge’s Stockholm office

Advokat Sofie Bjärtun, advokat Rikard Lindahl, advokat Malin Malm Waerme and advokat Daniel Wendelsson at Vinge’s Stockholm office have been appointed as new partners as of 1 January 2022. The following lawyers have been elected as counsels at Vinge’s Stockholm office: Advokat Stojan Arnerstål, advokat Amanda Knutsson, advokat Jolene Reimerson, advokat Linnéa Sellström and advokat Filip Öhrner.
July 06, 2021

EU climate taxonomy – New regulations concerning companies’ publication of information

According to the European Union’s climate taxonomy, certain organisations must publish to what extent their operations are environmentally sustainable. In order to clarify what information the companies need to report, as well as how this should be done, the EU Commission has prepared a new delegated regulation. Primarily, the delegated regulation establishes relevant financial key ratios and different report precedents.
June 21, 2021