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Vinge ADVISES MVSC Holding AB IN CONNECTION WITH FORMATION OF joint venture COMPANY together with Fortnox AB (publ)

November 20, 2013

Vinge has advised MVSC Holding AB in connection with the formation of a joint venture company together with Fortnox AB (publ). The newly-formed company will conduct factoring operations.

Fortnox AB (publ) is listed on NGM Nordic MTF (FNOX MTF) and has the market’s widest range of online administrative programs for SMEs.

MVSC Holding has considerable experience of providing advisory services to SMEs and has an extensive contact network in the relevant segment. The business is primarily conducted through the wholly owned subsidiaries, ScandCap AB (www.scandcap.com) and MVI Equity AB (www.mvi.se). ScandCap conducts corporate finance operations and specialises in loan financing.

Vinge partner Henrik Wenckert advised MVSC Holding AB.

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