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Vinge advises funds managed by Triton in connection with acquisition

April 30, 2018

Vinge has advised funds managed by Triton in connection with the acquisition of the privately owned company Mark & Energibyggarna i Göteborg AB, a supplementary acquisition to its portfolio company Akeab.

Mark & Energibyggarna is a successful supplier of services within facility construction in the Gothenburg area. Mark & Energibyggarna is connected to KEWAB and Akeab as a new sister company in an infrastructure group, focused on facility and construction work, owned by Triton and the management of the companies in question.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Christina Kokko together with, among others, associates Oscar Rydén, Johanna Wiberg and Michaela Cronemyr. Partner Albert Wållgren and associates Adelwald and Sara Osman provided financing advice. Partner Marcus Glader and associates Xandra Ståhlberg and Fredrika Hjelmberg provided competition law advice.

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