Mandate Vinge has acted as advisor to APG Asset Management in their investment in Areim Fund II

October 10, 2012

Vinge has acted as advisor to APG Asset Management in their investment in Areim Fund II, a real estate fund mainly focusing on office properties in larger Swedish cities. Areim Fund II has a target of commitments of SEK 2.5 billion upon final closing, which would give Areim Fund II around SEK 6-7 billion to invest.

APG has EUR 314 billion in assets under management (approximately 30% of the collective pension schemes in the Netherlands).

Vinge has about 50 lawyers focusing on private equity, of which approximately 12 are active within fund establishment (with competence within tax, corporate, M&A and finance law). Vinge has for several years been active in fund establishment and was e.g. the advisor to the first fund established in the form of a limited liability company in Sweden. Vinge has since then been involved in the majority of fund establishments in this form.

Partner in charge was Christina Kokko assisted by project manager Johan Steen and associate Jonatan Lund Kirkhoff.

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