Mandate Vinge advises Tele2 in the merger with Com Hem

January 10, 2018

Tele2 AB (publ) and Com Hem Holding AB (publ) announced on 10 January 2018 that they have agreed on a combination through a statutory merger in accordance with the Swedish Companies Act.

The combined company will be a leading integrated connectivity provider by combining an award-winning mobile network with the fastest national fixed network and the widest range of content in the market. The combination is conditional upon, inter alia, approval from the relevant competition authorities and approval of the merger from the shareholders in Tele2 and Com Hem. The merger is currently expected to be completed in the second half of 2018.

Vinge’s team primarily consists of Charlotte Levin, Erik Sjöman, David Andersson, Joakim Hagberg, Amanda Knutsson and Annika Nyberg Ekenberg (capital markets), Marcus Glader, Johan Karlsson, Emma Johansson, Grant McKelvey and Sebastian Örndahl (competition and regulatory), Louise Brorsson Salomon, Helena Håkansson and Lionardo Ojeda (financing) as well as Fredrik Dahl and Fredrik Gustafsson (employment).

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