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Vinge advises Cellartis AB

September 26, 2011

Vinge has advised the owners of Cellartis in connection with the sale of Cellartis AB to Cellectis S.A., a company listed on NYSE Euronext in Paris. The owners consist of InnovationsKapital among other venture capital investers as well as the company’s founders and employees. Cellartis has developed world-leading products based on pluripotent stem cells. Cellartis and Cellectis will jointly become a world-leading actor within R&D and development of products and services relating to regenerative and medical applications.

The purchase price consists of a cash element of € 16,400,000, and 1,930,000 in newly-issued Cellectis shares.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Anders Strid, Fredrik Sonander, Michael Sterner, Johanna Björnum Nyström, Emma Kero Ljungberg and Tove Bremell.

 
   

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