Mandate

VINGE ADVISES SJ IN SALE OF LINKON

December 31, 2014

Vinge assists SJ AB in connection with its sale of 75% of the shares in Linkon AB to SilverRail. SJ retains a 25% interest in the company. Linkon develops and provides advanced ticket- and payment systems for the travel industry, with a focus on rail transportation, and has under SJ’s ownership developed on the Nordic market. SilverRail is a growth oriented company with extensive experience within the railway sector, with presence on the European market e.g. in the UK, Germany and Italy.

Vinge’s team consisted of among others responsible partner Eva Fredriksson and project manager Peter Sundgren as well as associates Louise Berkelius, Charlotta Järnstedt, Filip Brosset, partner Marcus Glader and associate Emil Fahlén-Godö.

Related news

Foreign direct investments – what applies in conjunction with security-sensitive activities?

Sweden is one of only a few EU countries which currently does not have a general regulation governing foreign direct investments. However, a legislative proposal is expected this spring. Vinge provides an overview of the current Swedish legal position in the Sweden chapter relating to Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the International Comparative Legal Guide.
February 03, 2023

Sanctions update December (part 2)

Further to our previous sanctions newsletters we herewith inform about recent sanctions developments, following the Council’s adoption of the ninth sanction package on 16 December 2022, and an agreement as to a price cap on Russian gas.
December 30, 2022

COP27 – one step closer to climate justice

COP27 was concluded on 18 November 2022 after two weeks of negotiations in Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt with the presence of leaders and representatives from 190 countries. The 1.5 °C target was a priority item on the agenda ahead of COP27, along with the efforts to support developing countries, which are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Amongst the EU’s top priorities ahead of the conference were to accelerate the phase out of coal, as well as to abolish inefficient fossil fuel subsidies.
December 19, 2022