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VINGE ADVISES IKANO S.A.

April 08, 2015

Vinge has advised IKANO S.A. in connection with the sale of 51 per cent of Ikano Retail Centres to the IKEA group. Ikano Retail Centres owns, builds and develops shopping centres and retail parks together with Ikea in the Nordic Region. Ikano Retail Centres currently has five shopping centres in Sweden located in Linköping, Sundsvall, Västerås, Kungens Kurva as well as in Kuopio in Finland. Ikano Retail Centres also owns eight retail parks.

Vinge team consisted of responsible partner Sofia Olsson together with, among others, associates Emma Hakesjö (project manager), Anna Edström, Karolina Tjärnberg and Ida Christensson. Partner Ingela Malmborg provided employment law advice.

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