Mandate Vinge advises on transactions between Platzer and Länsförsäkringar

April 12, 2019

Vinge has advised Platzer Fastigheter in connection with the company’s entry into of an agreement with Länsförskringar Göteborg and Bohuslän concerning the transfer of half of the participating interests in the subsidiary with owns the property Gårda Vesta.

A building is currently being erected on the property which will include approximately 27 800 m2 of office space and will be completed in 2021. The parties have also entered into a lease agreement whereby Länsförsäkringar will rent 5 360 m2 of office space in Gårda Vesta. Since Länsförsäkringar is one of the largest shareholders in Platzer Fastigheter, the transaction was approved by the annual general meeting in 2018. The asset purchase agreement and lease agreement have been included in the same resolution adopted at the annual general meeting. As of the date of the annual general meeting, the property was valued at MSEK 1 300.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Olof Jisland, Assur Badur, Kristoffer Larson, Ulf Nilsson, Victor Ericsson and Nils Fredrik Dehlin.

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