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Vinge advises the sellers in connection with the sale of Eton

May 30, 2012

Vinge has advised the sellers in connection with the sale of Eton Fashion AB (Eton), a market leading supplier of fine quality men’s shirts, ties and accessories to Litorina. As a result of the sale, Litorina is now the majority shareholder and the Davidson family, which founded the company in 1928, has retained a 35% shareholding. Eton’s clothing is sold in 35 countries and has a current turnover of approximately SEK 300,000,000.

Vinge’s team primarily consisted of  Christina Kokko (responsible partner) and associates Jonas Johansson, Albert Wållgren, Andreas Malmberg, Mårten Svensson and project assistant Mikaela Mars.

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Vinge authors the Swedish contribution regarding tax disputes for The Legal 500

International companies run the risk of the erroneous management of tax issues when conducting operations in several jurisdictions. In such event, disputes can arise with the relevant tax authorities. The Legal 500 has now introduced a dedicated chapter on tax disputes in its comparative guide for the first time and Ulrika Bengtsson, advokat and counsel, has been selected to provide a clear picture of the Swedish tax litigation system.
November 09, 2022

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