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Vinge advises O2 in connection with its application for listing on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm

March 09, 2010

Vinge is advising the wind power company OM Vind AB in connection with the company’s application for listing on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The expected first day of trading is 22 March 2010. A new issue of not less than MSEK 950 and not more than MSEK 1,150 will be performed in conjunction with the listing. SEB Enskilda and Swedbank Markets are Joint Lead Managers and Book Runners in the offering. Vinge is also advising on the restructuring of O2’s legal structure which will take place prior to O2’s shares being admitted to trading. Vinge has also advised O2 in connection with negotiation of loan agreements in the amount of approximately SEK 2.4 billion with a Nordic bank consortium consisting of DnB Nor, SEB and Swedbank.

Vinge’s team primarily consists of Lena Almefelt, Petter Alberts, Fredrik Stjernström, Helena Backlund, Christian Johansson, Johan Cederblad, Kimmie Johansson and Andreas Wirén. As regards the loan financing aspect of the transaction, Vinge’s team primarily consists of Mikael Ståhl, Christian Johansson and Ulrica Åkesson.

Guidance judgment on the criminal liability for ordering a cabotage transport

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The Scope of Work According to AB 04

One of the most important parts of a construction agreement is the part where the scope of work is defined. There is a major difference between finding scope of work issues early in a construction project, instead of later during the execution phase.
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A shift in EU merger control policy and practice could affect deal certainty and create opportunities for complainants

The European Commission is expanding its control of mergers and acquisitions within the existing legal framework, allowing national authorities to refer a transaction they do not have jurisdiction over for review in Brussels.
April 26, 2021