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Vinge advises iBinder in connection with the acquisition of SundaHus i Linköping Aktiebolag

December 02, 2021

Vinge advises iBinder in connection with the acquisition of SundaHus i Linköping Aktiebolag ("SundaHus"). Through the acquisition of SundaHus, iBinder strengthens its position as a leading Nordic digital platform for efficient information management and collaboration in the construction and real estate industry.

Every year, a total of 3,000 customers use the companies' solutions to efficiently run and quality assure projects. In total, the companies have managed over 70,000 projects in 8 countries. SundaHus provides a digital information system to property owners to facilitate and enable conscious material choices within health and sustainability.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Jonas Bergström, Johanna Wiberg and Olivia Belding (M&A), Axel Lennartsson and Sofia Bergenstråhle (IP), Karl-Gustaw Tobola and Lisa Hörnqvist (Corporate Commercial), Karolina Fuhrman and Mathilda Persson (IT), Daniel Melander Björner (Employment), Victor Ericsson (Tax) as well as Karl-Hugo Engdahl (GDPR).

 

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