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Vinge advises Cinven’s portfolio company Partner in Pet Food in connection with its acquisition of the Doggy

July 08, 2020

Vinge advises Cinven’s portfolio company Partner in Pet Food, a leading European pet food manufacturer, in connection with its acquisition of the Doggy Group (“Doggy”).

Doggy is a leading Swedish pet food producer and distribution with well-known brands such as Doggy, Mjau and Bozita. The acquisition will complement Partner in Pet Food's product range, geographical markets and distribution channels.

The transaction is conditional upon customary approvals by competition authorities.

Vinge’s team mainly consisted of partner Christina Kokko and associates Carl Sander, Hannah Kajlinger and Jonathan Riddersholm (M&A), Christoffer Nordin and Ellinor Wargenbrant (Corporate Commercial), Olof Löfvenberg (Environment & Permits), Axel Jansson and Felix Möller (Banking & Finance), Lisa Ullman and Ebba Svenburg (Employment), Karl-Hugo Engdahl (IT), Xandra Ståhlberg and Lisa Malmborg (Antitrust) and VDR-assistant Carl Bruneheim.

 

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