Mandate VINGE ADVISES SBAB IN CONNECTION WITH ACQUISITION OF BOOLI

December 11, 2015

Vinge has advised SBAB in connection with the acquisition of the entire issued share capital in Booli Search Technologies AB (“Booli”). Completion in respect of 67% of the shares will take place in January 2016 and it is intended that the remaining 33% will be acquired subsequently. Booli develops products and services directed to the housing market. The services include, among other things, booli.se, one of Sweden’s largest search sites for residential properties with more than 270 000 unique visitors per week, and Hittamäklare.se, an estate agents comparison site for private individuals wishing to sell their residence. Booli will be a subsidiary of SBAB and will continue as an independent enterprise under the trademark Booli.

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