Vinge advises Carnegie in connection with the acquisition of Erik Penser Bank’s securities business

Vinge has advised Carnegie Investment Bank AB in connection with the acquisition of the business sectors Erik Penser Wealth Management and Erik Penser Corporate Finance as well as the analytical services Penser Access and Penser Future from Erik Penser Bank AB. The consideration for the completed purchase consists of shares in Carnegie and the acquisition is subject to customary conditions from public authorities.

Carnegie Group is currently the Nordic region’s leading financial adviser and asset manager with 800 employees in six countries. Erik Penser Bank offers an extensive portfolio of financial services and was founded through the establishment of Erik Penser Fondkommission in 1994 by Erik Penser.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Kristian Ford (responsible partner), Sofie Nordgren, Anna Edström, Henrik Borna and Agaton Lindgren (M&A), Nils Unckel, Anton Sjökvist and Viktoria Wnuk (regulatory), Pär Remnelid (competition), Emelie Svensäter Jerntorp (employment), Lisa Bourghardt (IP), Fredrik Christiansson (banking and finance) and Ulf Nilsson (tax).


Vinge advises Expedition Growth Capital in connection with its investment in Factbird 

Expedition Growth Capital, together with the Export and Investment Fund of Denmark (EIFO), have completed its investment in the Danish tech company Factbird. Vinge acted for Expedition Growth Capital in connection with the investment.
November 27, 2023

Vinge has advised The Weir Group in connection with its acquisition of Sentiantecnhologies AB (“Sentian”)

The Weir Group, a global and world-leading company within global mining technologies, has completed its acquisition of 100% of the shares in Sentian, a Swedish-based developer of AI solutions that optimise performance in minerals processing.
November 23, 2023

Vinge has advised CDPQ in connection with an investment in Northvolt

Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) have invested USD 150 million in Northvolt by of a convertible debt instrument. The financing will be used to realize the new site Northvolt Six in Québec. When the battery factory is completed, it will have an annual production capacity of up to 60 GWh.
November 21, 2023