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Vinge advises industrifonden in connection with pharmalink’s capital raising of sek 96 million

October 08, 2013

Industrifonden and the Norwegian investment company, Investinor have invested a combined total of SEK 79 million in Pharmalink, the pharmaceuticals development company. Private investors have also contributed to the total capital raising of SEK 96 million. The funds will be used to further develop Pharmalink’s product portfolio.

Pharmalink is a pharmaceuticals company which improves and further develops existing pharmaceuticals. The company is currently conducting the Nefecon project for the treatment of inflammation of the kidneys and the Busulipo project for treatment prior to bone marrow transplantation.

Industrifonden has been a stakeholder in Pharmalink since 2004. The Norwegian investment company, Investinor is a new stakeholder.

Vinge partner Johan Larsson advised Industrifonden

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