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Vinge advises Norvestor in connection with investment in Sortera

May 25, 2012

Vinge has advised Norvestor, the Norwegian private equity capital investment company, in connection with its investment in Sortera. As a result of the investment, Norvestor has become the company’s new majority shareholder. Sortera focuses on waste disposal and management in the construction industry and specialises in the collection, sorting and processing of building waste. Sortera was founded in 2006 and has a current turnover of SEK 80 million. The investment will be used to support Sortera’s expansion in the Nordic region.

Vinge’s team consisted of responsible partner Michael Wigge together with associates Karl Svantemark and Louise Markgren as well as Johan Cederblad and Matilda Gustafsson (environmental), Robin Dangoor (banking and finance), Linnea Blommé (employment) and Evelina Tejle (IP).  

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