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Vinge advises Northern Alliance Group on its acquisition of Titan Television

June 23, 2011

Vinge advises Northern Alliance Group, a CapMan portfolio company, on its acquisition of Titan Television. Northern Alliance Group (NAG), a pan-Nordic television production group, has acquired Swedish based Titan Group from its founders. Titan is one of the leading production companies in Sweden. Following the acquisition NAG will significantly increase its market share in the fast-growing Swedish television production market and further reinforce its position as the leading independent television production company in the Nordic region.

The Vinge team advising Northern Alliance includes partner Jan Byström and associate Martin Hall. Associate Claes Henriksson is providing intellectual property and media law advice and associate Fredrik Gustavsson is providing employment and benefits law advice.

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