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Vinge advises Electra Gruppen in connection with its listing on NASDAQ OMX

May 28, 2009

Vinge is advising Electra Gruppen AB in connection with its change of exchange listing from First North to NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The first day of trading is estimated to be 1 June 2009.

Trading in respect of Electra Gruppen’s shares on First North will cease in connection with the listing on NASDAQ OMX. No new shares will be issued in connection with the listing.

Electra Gruppen owns chain stores selling home electronics and telecommunications products. The company was founded in 1949 and has its head office and conducts most of its operations in Kalmar. Electra Gruppen has approximately 90 employees.

Vinge’s team consists of responsible partner Jesper Ottergren together with associates Christian Lindhé, Marcus Bergdahl, Ida Christensson and Anna Bjering.

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