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Vinge has advised CELLINK in a directed issue of new shares

January 30, 2020

Vinge has advised CELLINK AB (publ) in connection with a directed issue of new shares which will generate approximately MSEK 377 for CELLINK.

The subscription price was determined through an accelerated book‑building and corresponds to a discount of 3.4 per cent compared with the volume‑weighted average listed price during January on Nasdaq First North Growth Market. In addition to considerable support from existing shareholders, several new Swedish and institutional shareholders subscribed for the new issue of shares. An amount of MSEK 150 from the proceeds in relation to the new issue of shares will be used to finance the company’s organic growth plan, future operating capital requirements, etc. and the remaining proceeds can be used to finance strategic acquisitions.

Vinge’s team consisted of Anders StridEdin Agic and Anna Ståhlklo.

 

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