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Vinge has advised Main Capital and Alfa eCare in connection with their strategic acquisition of Joliv

June 16, 2020

The Alfa eCare group is a recognized eHealth software company, providing solutions to both public and private healthcare providers throughout Sweden.

Joliv provides a range of eHealth solutions servicing over 120 clients primarily in the elderly care market. Joliv’s solutions contribute to a safe and quality-assured work environment for care providers with reduced administration needs and more time for personal meetings with patients. The strategic merge creates a one-stop-shop offering for the Swedish care market helping care providers and municipalities to further improve the quality of care provision.
 
Vinge’s team consisted of Filip Öhrner, Kristina Ekberg, Jesper Lindvall, Jonathan Riddersholm, Ellen Åkerdahl Flygt (M&A), Ebba Svenburg (Employment), Karl-Hugo Engdahl (Agreements and GDPR/IT), Stojan Arnerstål (IPR), Mikael Ståhl, Axel Jansson (Banking and Finance), Carl Bruneheim and Nathalie Hughes (VDR Assistants).

 

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