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Vinge advises Norvestor in connection with its investment in Robust

February 25, 2013

Vinge has advised the Norwegian private equity firm Norvestor in connection with its investment in the steel door division of the Robust Group. Following the transaction, Norvestor is the new majority shareholder in the company. Robust specialises in the production and sale of steel doors, including security doors and fire doors and has production facilities in Sweden and England. The company’s turnover is approximately MSEK 165. The investment will support Robust ’s planned expansion in the Nordic region.

Vinge’s team consisted of responsible partner Daniel Rosvall together with associates Rime Dreber, Jonatan Lund Kirkhoff and Oscar Rydén as well as Johan Cederblad (environmental), Louise Brorsson Salomon and Andreas Malmberg (banking and finance), Åsa Gotthardsson (employment) and Daniel Järmén (IP).

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