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Vinge advises on acquisition of the Frösunda Group

May 03, 2010

Vinge has advised HgCapital in connection with the acquisition of Frösunda LLS AB and its subsidiaries from Polaris Private Equity Fund II and certain minority shareholders. HgCapital’s team was led by Carl Harring.

The transaction is subject to competition law clearance.

The Frösunda Group is the leading private sector personal care provider to people with functional impairments in Sweden with operations in approximately 40 cities and the group has approximately 3700 employees.

Vinge’s team was led by Malin Leffler (responsible partner) and Martin Hall (project manager) and included associates Jonas Bergström, Johan Cederblad, Daniel Unger, Åsa Gotthardsson, Mårten Svensson and Adam Weissbach. Partner Mikael Ståhl was responsible for acquisition financing, assisted by associates Louise Brorsson Salomon and Sofia Graflund. Peter Alstergren provided competition law advice.

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