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Vinge advises Industrifonden in connection with its investment in Anyfi Network

September 12, 2012

Vinge has advised Industrifonden in connection with its MSEK 9 investment in the Malmö-based company, Anyfi Networks. The company’s existing stakeholders are also participating in the MSEK 10 new issue. The funds will be used for expansion and marketing purposes. Anyfi Networks provides technology which allows operators to offer a secure and automatic connection to an end-customer’s own home network irrespective of the actual location of the customer in question.

This is Industrifonden’s third investment for the financial year comprising 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013. Industrifonden invests in small and medium-sized companies with international growth potential. The fund has assets of SEK 3.8 billion and has invested in 89 companies within the technology, cleantech, life science and industrial sectors.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Johan Larsson together with associates Malin Buch and Evelina Tejle.

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