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Vinge advises Triton Fund II in connection with the sale of Bravida

May 16, 2012

Vinge has advised Triton Fund II and the minority shareholders in connection with the sale of the Bravida Group, the leading group in Scandinavia within technical installations and services for real estate to Bain Capital.  Triton has owned Bravida, which has approximately 8 000 employees and a turnover last year of SEK 10.8 billion, since 2006.

Vinge’s team was led by responsible partner, Christina Kokko and also consisted of partners Peter Bäärnhielm and Charlotte Levin, associates Paul Dali, Jo-Anna Nordström, Nicolina Kindblom, Rikard Lindahl, Louise Brorsson Salomon, Albert Wållgren and several lawyers from Vinge’s specialist practice groups and project assistant Ida Norlin.

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