Mandate Vinge advises Norra Affars on acquisition of Remium

July 06, 2016

Vinge assists Norra Affärs Holding AB on its acquisition of Remium Nordic Holding AB from Mannerheim Invest Holding AB.

Remium is a leading capital markets services provider in the small to medium sized enterprises segment offering e.g. corporate finance, equity research, asset management and corporate services. The acquisition is a strategic supplement to Norra Affärs’ business concept which primarily comprises lending to small to medium sized enterprises. The acquisition is expected to be completed early autumn 2016 after receipt of the relevant approvals from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority.

Vinge’s team consisted of among others partners Peter Sundgren (M&A) and Emma Stuart-Beck (financial regulatory) as well as associates Johan Mattsson and Marith Welin-Berger (M&A), Caroline Krassén and Henrik Schön (financial regulatory), Karin Isacson (employment & benefits) and Rebecka Weitzberg (intellectual property law).

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