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Vinge ADVISES GE Capital Real Estate IN CONNECTION WITH DISPOSAL OF 89 PROPERTIES TO Kungsleden AB (publ)

October 22, 2013

Vinge is advising GE Capital Real Estate in connection with the disposal of a portfolio of 89 commercial properties to Kungsleden AB (publ). The transaction value is approximately SEK 5.5 billion and the disposal is subject to the consent of the Swedish Competition Authority. Most of the properties are situated in Stockholm and Gothenburg. The total lettable area amounts to approximately 567 000 m2 and is mostly office space.

Vinge’s team consists of Stefan de Hevesy, Patrick Forslund, Anders Frick and Niclas Winnberg. Mattias Schömer and Odile Fallenius are providing tax advice and Fredrik Gustafsson is providing employment law advice.

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