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Vinge advises the Private Equity-fund SSVP on acquisition of EuroMaint

October 26, 2016

Vinge is advising SSVP, a fund advised by Private Equity advisor Orlando Nordics, in connection with the acquisition of all the shares in EuroMaint Gruppen AB (“EuroMaint”) from Ratos AB (publ.).

EuroMaint is a leading independent maintenance provider for the Swedish rail transport industry, and has a network of workshops from Luleå in the north to Malmö in the south of Sweden. EuroMaint head office is located in Solna, Sweden and the company has approximately 1050 employees. The transaction is conditional upon approval from competition authorities.

Vinge’s team includes, inter alia, Magnus Hedsund, Anna Edström, Kristoffer Franzkeit, Jessica Salomonsson (M&A), Mathias Lindquist (environmental law), Maria Schultzberg (tax) and Fabian Ekeblad, Adam Sandberg and Josefine Lanker (financing).

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