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Vinge advises Symphony Technology Group in connection with the public offer for IBS

May 18, 2011

Vinge advises Symphony Technology Group in connection with the public offer for IBS AB, listed on NASDAQ OMX First North. Symphony Technology Group offers SEK 1.75 in cash per share in IBS, regardless of share class, and the board of directors of IBS has unanimously recommended the shareholders to accept the offer. Shareholders representing approximately 75.5 percent of the shares and 81.4 percent of the votes have irrevocably undertaken to accept the offer.

Vinge’s team consists of partner in charge Pontus Enquist as well as Emil Hedberg. In addition, Fabian Ekeblad has advised on banking and finance issues, and Johan Mattsson, Maria Eierborg, Moa Bergsten, Mikael Satama Granberg, Per Westman and Anders Frick, among other, have participated in the due diligence carried out on IBS.

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