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Vinge advises funds managed by Stirling Square Capital Partners

August 25, 2010

Vinge has advised funds managed by Stirling Square Capital Partners in relation to the Swedish aspects of the purchase of Environmental Solutions Europe Holding B.V. (“ESEH”) from OTTO Group.

ESEH is a market leader within the waste management industry providing environmentally-related products and services including the design and development of waste management containers and recycling systems. ESEH has 900 employees and currently conducts operations in 20 countries. Stirling Square intends to expand ESEH’s geographical reach by launching new products and services.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, partners Christina Kokko and Maria-Pia Midenbäck-Hope and associates Sarah Khalil and Paul Dali.

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