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Vinge advises Klövern on its offer for Agora

October 09, 2018

Klövern AB (publ) has, through its indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary Dagon Sverige AB, made a public cash offer to the shareholders of A Group Of Retail Assets Sweden AB (publ) (Nasdaq First North).

Klövern is a listed real estate company committed with closeness and commitment to offering attractive commercial premises, and developing housing, in growth regions. The public offer entails that the shareholders in Agora are offered a cash consideration of SEK 30.00 for each class A and class B share and SEK 275.00 for each preference share in Agora. The offer implies a value of MSEK 1,023 for all shares in Agora.

Vinge advises Klövern.  The Vinge team is headed by Dain Hård Nevonen and also includes Rikard Lindahl, Malte Hedlund and Anna-Karin Alin, as well as Grant McKelvey and Alva Hägglund (on competition matters).

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