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Vinge advises Utbildning och Vård Koncern Sverige AB in connection with the sale of Baggium Vård & Behandling Aktiebolag

June 13, 2011

Vinge has advised Utbildning och Vård Koncern Sverige AB in connection with the sale of Baggium Vård & Behandling Aktiebolag. Baggium AB has disposed of Baggium Vård & Behandling Aktiebolag which owns and operates 14 units to the Humana group. The operations have an approximate turnover of SEK 130 million with 125 employees and 140 students. Humana’s competence and experience in providing support for, and service to, children and young persons with special needs will provide the right conditions to develop the operations.
The Vinge team that advised Utbildning och Vård Koncern Sverige AB consisted of Petter Kjöllerström (project manager), Fabian Ekeblad (responsible partner), and associates Louise Markgren, Viveka Linander, Anders Frick, Linnéa Blommé, Julia Nordgren and project assistant Annika Johnson

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