Mandate Vinge advises Industri Kapital

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Vinge advised and represented the venture capital company Industri Kapital on the sale of ELFA-leading distributor of electronic devices in northern Europe. ELFA, which main office is located in Stockholm, has more then 400 employees. Buyer is the Swiss listed company Dätwyler Group which activity is made up of industrial components as well as distributing electronic devices. ELFA was sold for SEK 2,1 billions.   

Vinge has assisted Industri Kapital in several areas. Vinge’s team was made up of Malin Leffler, Jonas Bergström, Joacim Rydergård, Karl Svantemark, Anna Palmerus,  Emma Dufva, Christina Ramberg, Pernilla Warg, Per Larsson, Nils-Taro Lock, Johan Cederblad, Carolina Haglund, Per Westman, Daniel Unger och Jonas Cullemark.

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