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Vinge advises J.P. Morgan, Nordea and SEB Enskilda in connection with SAS rights issue

February 09, 2010

Vinge is advising J.P Morgan, Nordea and SEB Enskilda in connection with SAS AB’s new issue of ordinary shares for approximately SEK 5 billion with pre-emption rights for the company’s existing shareholders. J.P. Morgan, Nordea and SEB Enskilda which are acting as Joint Global Co-ordinators, Joint Lead Managers and Joint Bookrunners in the rights issue have, together with DnB NOR Markets, the Royal Bank of Scotland and Danske Markets, confirmed their willingness, subject to certain conditions, to severally enter into underwriting agreements in respect of 42.4 per cent of the shares in the issue.

SAS AB is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm, NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen and Oslo Børs.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of partners Göran Nyström, Rikard Stenberg and Lennart Larsson together with associates Johan Thiman, Johan Norström and Mårten Svensson.

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