Mandate Vinge has advised Cellink in a directed new issue of shares of MSEK 100

June 05, 2018

Vinge has advised Cellink AB (publ) in connection with a directed new issue of shares to Swedish and internationally well-reputed investors such as the Swedish Fourth AP Fund (AP4), Carl Bennet AB, Claes Dinkelspiel and Handelsbanken Fonder.

The subscription price in the amount of SEK 132.50 has been determined through a so called accelerate bookbuilding procedure. As a result of the new issue, Cellink will receive approximately MSEK 100. The proceeds generated by the new issue of shares will be used, among other things, in order to perform acquisitions in accordance with Cellink’s growth strategy, continued global expansion and future development of its product portfolio. Carnegie Investment

Bank has acted as financial advisor and sole bookrunner.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Anders Strid together with, among others, Wibeke Sorling and company assistant Camilla Andersson.

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