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Vinge advises Smart Eye in connection with a directed issue of new shares

September 19, 2018

Vinge has advised Smart Eye AB (publ) in connection with a directed issue of new shares to institutional investors as a result of which Swedbank Robur Ny Teknik will become a significant owner with 7.6% of the votes and capital.

The subscription price, i.e. SEK 52 per share, has been determined through a so called accelerated book building process. As a result of new share issue, Smart Eye has acquired approximately MSEK 114. Carnegie Investment Bank acted as financial adviser and sole book runner.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Anders Strid, Wibeke Sorling and company registration assistant Camilla Andersson.
 

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