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Vinge advises Svea Ekonomi in connection with its acquisition of all Exchange Finans Europe AB’s loan receivables

January 28, 2014

Vinge has advised Svea Ekonomi AB in connection with its acquisition of all Exchange Finans Europe AB’s loan receivables in respect of both private persons and enterprises in the aggregate amount of SEK 280 million. The transaction was initiated as a result of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority’s recent decision to revoke Exchange Finans’ authorisation to conduct financing business.

Vinge’s team consisted of responsible partner Bo Adrianzon and associate Johan Mattsson.

 

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