Mandate Vinge advises in the acquisition of Veidekke’s property development operation in Norway and Sweden

June 16, 2020

Vinge has advised a consortium comprising Fredensborg AS, Fredensborg Bolig AS, Norwegian Property ASA and Union Real Estate Fund III Holding AS in its acquisition of Veidekke’s property development operation in Norway and Sweden

Veidekke has signed an agreement with a consortium comprising Fredensborg AS, Fredensborg Bolig AS, Norwegian Property ASA and Union Real Estate Fund III Holding AS concerning the consortium’s acquisition of Veidekke’s property development operation in Norway and Sweden against a payment of NOK 7.7 billion on a debt-free basis. Closing of the transaction is expected to take place in September 2020.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Assur Badur, Frida Ställborn, Karolina Cohrs and Olof Löfvenberg (Real Property and Environment), Johan Winnerblad, Linda Sengul and Vilhelm Rondahl (M&A), Albert Wållgren, Ludvig Wettergren and Viktor Lennartsson (Financing), Lisa Hörnqvist (Commerical Agreements and IT), Ebba Svenburg (Employment) and the VDR-assistants Jessica Öijer and Carl Bruneheim.

Advokatfirmaet Thommessen has been the consortium’s lead legal counsel in the transaction.

 

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