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.

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