Vinge advises EQT Infrastructure and Meine Radiologie / Blikk in connection with the acquisition of Aleris’ radiology business

February 28, 2022

Vinge advises EQT Infrastructure and its portfolio companies Meine Radiologie Holding GmbH and Blikk Holding GmbH in connection with the acquisition of Aleris’ radiology business.

The acquisition includes the full operation of the business area radiology, with 22 units in Sweden and 14 in Norway as well as teleradiology operations in the Baltics, which together carry out more than 1 million radiology exams annually across a broad range of diagnostic imaging modalities.

The acquisition is subject to approval from applicable competition authorities.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Daniel Rosvall together with Carl Sander, Elsie Nassar, Clara Sohlberg and Ebba Nyberg (M&A), Sam Fakhraie Ardekani (Commercial Agreements), Benjamin Vafaeian (Banking and Financing), Christoffer Nordin (Regulatory and permits), Ulf Pyk (Real Estate), Tove Lövgren Frisk (Compliance), Gustav Lindgren (Employment), Lisa Hörnqvist and Karolina Fuhrman (IT and GDPR), Jolene Reimerson (Separation), Emma Gustavsson (IPR) and Ellinor Gyllenhammar (Project and VDR Assistant).

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