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VINGE ADVISES MVI EQUITY AB

July 01, 2014

Vinge has advised MVI Equity AB in connection with the joint acquisition together with Fouriertransform AB of SMP Parts, a leading designer and manufacturer of high quality machinery and accessories for excavators and loaders.

MVI Equity AB is an investment company which focuses on investments in medium-sized quality companies. MVI Equity AB consists of 100 entrepreneurs and managers who have invested in unlisted companies for more than 20 years. For more information, visit www.mvi.se.

Fouriertransform is a state-financed venture capital company which commercially supports innovative companies and entrepreneurs who can contribute to vitalizing the Swedish manufacturing industry.

Vinge’s team consisted of responsible partner Henrik Wenckert, partner Bo Adrianzon and, among others, associates Ulrich Ziche, Anna Lonergan and Malin Buch.

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