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Vinge advises Insight Venture Partners on their investment by participation in a EUR 56 000 000 investment round in Tink AB.

February 11, 2019

Founded in Stockholm in 2012, Tink AB is a cloud-based platform that provides the infrastructure and value-adding data products that are enabling the future of financial services.

Tink’s products can be used to develop standalone services or be integrated into existing banking applications. 

Insight Venture Partners is a leading global venture capital and private equity firm investing in high-growth technology and software companies that are driving transformative change in their industries.

Vinge’s team consisted of Christina Kokko, Ulrich Ziche, Michaela Cronemyr, Isabelle Jengsell (M&A), Malin Haag, Stina Bengtsson (Financial Services), Sara Strandberg (Employment), Nicklas Thorgerzon (IT/GDPR), Arvid Axelryd (Commercial Agreements), Lisa Hörnqvist (IP) and Frida Ställborn (Real Property).

New statute prohibits unfair terms and conditions and practices in conjunction with the purchase of agricultural and food products

The so-called UTP Act prohibits buyers from using certain terms and conditions and practices against suppliers of agricultural and food products. The Swedish Competition Authority exercises supervision and can, among other things, carry out unannounced inspections and order individual to attend formal interviews. In conjunction with violations, sanctions such as injunctions subject to a default fine or a sanction fee of up to one per cent of the buyer’s annual turnover can be imposed. The UTP Act will enter into force on 1 November 2021 and will also be applicable to contracts which are entered into prior to this date.
October 05, 2021

Vinge employs additional antitrust economists to further strengthen its practice

We welcome Adam Löfquist and Carl Widstrand to our EU, Competition & Regulatory practice group.
September 30, 2021

European Commission provides sanctions compliance guidance

The European Commission has recently issued three opinions regarding the interpretation of asset freeze provisions in certain sanctions legislation pertaining to Central African Republic, Ukraine, Libya and Syria. The opinions are also of relevance for other sanctions regimes which provide for the same or similar restrictions. Therefore, their practical relevance goes far beyond the sanctions regimes in the context of which they were issued and they therefore provide for helpful guidance regarding the required thresholds for sanctions compliance generally.
September 20, 2021