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Vinge has advised Alder on the establishment of Alder III

May 27, 2024 Private Funds

Vinge has advised Alder on the establishment of Alder's third and largest fund to date, Alder III.

Alder has successfully raised approximately SEK 3.1bn in investment commitments from an international investor base, doubling the total investor commitments as compared to its predecessor fund Alder II.

Alder closed its first fund in 2010 and focuses on investing in sustainable technology companies with profitable growth and a turnover of between SEK 100 and 750 million. Alder primarily invests as a majority shareholder in companies established in the Nordic region but may also invest selectively in the rest of Europe. Alder's funds - including Alder III - are classified as so-called Article 9 funds under the SFDR.

Vinge's team primarily consisted of Johan Larsson, Mattias Schömer, Martin Cronsioe, Viveka Classon, Nils Unckel, Ulf Nilsson, Emelie Svanberg, Anton Sjökvist, Semir Omerbasic, Tobias Onegård Karlsson, Marcus Andersson, Viktoria Wnuk, Emelie Zingmark, Helena Göransson,Kamyar Najmi and Nour Makie.

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