Mandate Vinge advises FSN Capital in connection with acquisition of Saferoad

August 16, 2018

Vinge has, in its capacity as Swedish local counsel, advised FSN Capital V (“FSN Capital”) in connection with their buy-out of Saferoad Holding ASA (“Saferoad”), a company that is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

Earlier in May, FSN Capital announced an agreement to launch a recommended voluntary cash offer to acquire the entire issued share capital of Saferoad, a Norwegian based market leading provider of road safety and road infrastructure products and solutions in Europe (#1 or #2 in its core niche markets). FSN Capital has received pre-acceptances from shareholders representing approximately 64% of Saferoad’s issued share capital. The transaction is subject to approval from the competition authorities, as well as other conditions including that more than 90% of the share capital accept the offer.
 
Vinge’s team consists of partner Christina Kokko together with, among others, associates Maria Dahlin, Hayaat Ibrahim, Oscar Wennerström, Karolina Cohrs, Elias Lundin, Sophia Holm and Jasmin Draszka-Ali.
 

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