Vinge has advised Procuritas in connection with its investment in Strandberg Guitars

Vinge has advised Procuritas in connection with its investment in Strandberg Guitars, the global market leader in headless guitars under the .strandberg* brand.

Founded in 2012 by Ola Strandberg, Strandberg Guitars has established itself as the leading brand globally in headless guitars, a fast-growing niche in the electric guitar market. Headquartered in Uppsala, Sweden with local operations in California, USA the Company serves its global customer base directly online and through a wide network of renowned music retailers. Through its well-developed digital platform, Strandberg Guitars has built a large and highly engaged community of followers and musicians around the world. Since inception, the Company has had an uncompromised commitment to innovation aimed to lead the development of high-performance guitars that meet the needs of modern guitarists.

Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Jonas Bergström, Jonas Johansson, Anna Jonsson, Carl Sander, Eléonore Friberg, Carl Trolle Olson and Alice Clarin (M&A), Lisa Hörnqvist, Karolina Fuhrman and Cecilia Cronqvist (Corporate Commercial and IT), Malin Malm Waerme and Arvid Axelryd (IP), Karin Gynnerstedt, Ebba Svenburg and Carl Östlund (Employment) and Erik Ax.



Vinge has assisted Priveq in connection with the formation of Priveq Investment VII

Priveq, a leading Nordic lower mid-market growth and buyout investor, has closed its seventh fund, Priveq Investment VII, at SEK 3 billion. The fund’s first and final closing was significantly oversubscribed with strong backing from existing investors and substantial interest from new institutional investors.
June 04, 2024

Vinge advises Vinci Concessions SAS and its subsidiary SunMind SAS in connection with its acquisition of Helios Nordic Energy AB from Magnora ASA, management and early investors

Helios Nordic Energy specialises in developing solar farms and batteries to store energy until they become Ready to Build in the Nordics and Baltics.
May 30, 2024