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Vinge advises TeleComputing in connection with acquisition of Advance

June 01, 2016

Vinge and the Norwegian law firm Wiersholm have advised TeleComputing, a portfolio company of the IK VII fund, in connection with the acquisition of HC Advance Group AB.

Advance is a fast growing IT operations company based in western Sweden which, since its establishment in 2001, has grown into a successful IT operations supplier specializing in the healthcare sector, although the company’s client base also includes SMEs. Following the acquisition, the TeleComputing group will have approximately 1,000 employees, with more than half of these employees in Sweden.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, partner Jonas Bergström together with associates Joacim Rydegård, Carl Sander, Sara Strandberg and Jasmin Draszka-Ali.

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Helena Rosén Andersson joins Vinge

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