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VINGE ADVISES PERSUS PARTNERS IN CONNECTION WITH SALE OF PARTS OF ADDPRO’S OPERATIONS

January 12, 2015

Vinge has advised Perusa Partners in connection with its sale of parts of AddPro the Swedish IT integration company’s operation to the company’s founders and management. Perusa Partners acquired the AddPro group in June 2014. The part of the operation which remains in Perusa Partners’ ownership is Security & Communications, which is currently conducted under the business name Coresec Systems. The operational divisions which were sold are Infrastructure and Applications & Integration.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Malin Ohlin together with associates Ulrich Ziche, Mårten Svensson, Andrea Jägerstad and Linn Gustavsson. Renegotiation of financing procured in connection with the acquisition in June 2014 was handled by partner Mikael Ståhl together with associate Lin Adelwald.

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