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Vinge advises Cellink in directed new issues of shares of MSEK 946

August 19, 2020

Vinge has advised Cellink in connection with directed new issues of shares of approximately 5.9 million class B shares which will generate MSEK 946 for Cellink.

The subscription price has been set through a so‑called accelerating book building procedure performed by Carnegie and J.P. Morgan and corresponds to a discount of 1.7% compared to the share’s closing date rate on Nasdaq Stockholm. Almost 4.3 million shares have been issued by virtue of the authorization resolved by the general meeting and approximately 1.6 million shares have been issued conditional upon approval by an extraordinary general meeting. The purpose of the new issues of shares is, in part, financing of the cash element of the purchase price for the acquisition of Scienion Ag., and, in part, to create scope for Cellink’s continued M&A agenda.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Anders StridEdin Agic and Victoria Gunnerek.

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