Mandate Vinge advises FAM in connection with an investment in Nefab

April 17, 2015

Vinge advises when FAM AB, owned by the three largest Wallenberg Foundations, will become co-owner of Nefab by means of a targeted new share issue for SEK 1.1 billion. The Nordgren/Pihl family will continue as co-owners.

Nefab is currently active in 30 countries in Europe, North/South America and Asia. Products and services are supplied in these countries to customers in a number of different industry segments. Half or approximately 50% of Nefab’s sales come from global customers who need a supplier that can coordinate their packaging needs over several continents. Nefab’s global business set-ups are made possible through a strong local presence in the world’s leading industrial nations, and every year over 10,000 customers have their packaging needs met by the company. Nefab’s vision is to be the global partner for complete packaging solutions.

The deal is subject to approval by the relevant authorities.

Vinge’s team consists of responsible partner Jonas Johansson and associate Sofie Bjärtun, together with associates Kajsa Hallner and Nils-Fredrik Dehlin (corporate and M&A), counsel Johan Cederblad and associate Matilda Gustafsson (environment and real property), associates Marie Brommesson. Helena Håkansson (banking and finance), Malin Buch (commercial agreements), Åsa Gotthardsson, Lova Unge (both employment and benefits), Anna Möller, Karin Virding (both intellectual property), Nicklas Thorgerzon (IT), Linn Gustafsson (compliance) and project assistant Josefine Malm. Associates Grant McKelvey, Karl Samuelsson, Johan Wahlbom and Victoria Grossmann provide competition law advice.

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