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Vinge has advised Cabonline in connection with the listing of its bond loan on Nasdaq Stockholm

August 14, 2017

Nasdaq Stockholm has approved Ixat Intressenter AB (publ)’s (“Ixat Intressenter”) application for admission to trading of a secured bond loan of SEK 1,550 million with a tenor of three years.

The prospectus was published on 9 August 2017. The first day of trading was 11 August 2017. Vinge advised Ixat Intressenter.

Ixat Intressenter is the parent company of Cabonline Group, which is one of Europe’s leading technology and service providers to the taxi and transportation industry, with around 3,500 transporters connected under different brands, including, inter alia, Taxi Kurir, Taxi 020, Norgestaxi, TOPCAB, Taxi Skåne and Sverigetaxi.

Vinges team consisted of Mikael Ståhl, Sabina Börjesson, Josefine Larsson, André Isacson, Lionardo Ojeda and William Kåge.

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