Mandate Vinge advises Fidelio Capital in connection with Nordic Capital’s investment on Greenfood

December 11, 2015

Vinge has advised Fidelio Capital in connection with Nordic Capital’s acquisition of the majority of the shares in the Greenfood group (“Greenfood”), a leading supplier on the attractive market for healthy foods (fruit, vegetables and salads) in the Nordic region.  Greenfood has a turnover of SEK 3.9 billion, approximately 700 employees and its head office is situated in Helsingborg. Greenfood is currently owned by its senior officers, management group and the Swedish family-owned investment company Fidelio Capital. Following the transaction, these parties will remain as stakeholders with Nordic Capital as the majority owner. Nordic Capital’s acquisition is conditional upon consent from the relevant competition authorities.

Vinge’s team consisted of partners Jonas Bergström and Jonas Johansson together with, among others, associates Maria Dahlin, Samra Baytar, Manne Bergström and Karl Samuelsson as well as project assistants Anna Hellof and Josefine Malm.

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