Mandate Vinge advises TeleComputing in conjunction with the sale of Kentor

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Vinge, together with the Norwegian law firm Wiersholm, has advised TeleComputing, a portfolio company to IK VII fund, in conjunction with the sale of the Kentor Group to Norwegian Sopra Steria.

Kentor is a fast growing IT consultancy company with approximately 330 employees which has grown since its formation in 1983 to become a successful IT company with offices in Stockholm, Gothenburg and St. Petersburg. Kentor provides services within, among other things, transformation, system integration and systems development.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Jonas Bergström, Joacim Rydergård, Karl Klackenberg and Anna Hellohf.

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