Mandate Vinge advises EQT in connection with sale of care giant Aleris

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EQT III has entered into an agreement to sell the Aleris healthcare group to Investor AB. The transaction value is SEK 4.4 billion with a supplementary purchase price of up to SEK 100 million. The transaction is subject to approval by the relevant competition authorities.

The Vinge team advising EQT consisted of Tuula Tallavaara, David Andersson, Johan Mattsson and Ulrich Ziche. Peter Alstergren provided competition law advice and Carl Gustav De Geer was the responsible partner.

Aleris has approximately 5000 employees and has operations in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Aleris’ turnover in 2009 was approximately SEK 4 billion.

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