Vinge has advised GeneraLife in connection with its acquisition of Livio Group

September 13, 2022

Vinge has advised GeneraLife, one of Europe's largest fertility clinic groups and owned by KKR, in connection with its acquisition of Livio Group.

Livio is the largest fertility clinics group in the Nordics, present with 9 clinics in Sweden, Norway and Iceland. The acquisition also encompasses the Livio's own gamete bank, Livio Egg and Sperm Bank, with a sales hub in Denmark.

Vinge's team consisted of responsible partner Matthias Pannier and associates, Samra Baytar, Stina Bengtsson, Olivia Belding, Elias Bohlin (M&A), Trine Osen Bergqvist, Johan Wahlbom, Jakob Jeanrond, Victoria Fredén, Alva Chambert (Antitrust), Christoffer Nordin, Mika Jordan (Regulatory & Agreements), Rebecka Målquist (IP), Frida Ställborn, Karolina Cohrs (Real Estate), Calle Tengwall Pagels (Banking & Finance), Gustav Lindgren (Employment), Karolina Fuhrman (IT & GDPR) and Jessica Henning (Project Assistance).

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