Mandate Vinge has advised Santander Consumer Bank AS

March 16, 2020

Vinge has advised Santander Consumer Bank AS in connection with its acquisition of all shares in Forso Nordic AB, a subsidiary within the Ford Motor Company group.

Forso Nordic AB is a consumer credit institution who provides financial arrangements for leasing of vehicles in Scandinavia via its branches and subsidiary. The business includes to actively support sales and marketing of Ford Motor Company’s products on the Nordic market and directly or indirectly support the dealer’s sale and marketing of vehicles, spare parts and other vehicle products, by offering financing and administrative services relating thereto.

Vinge’s team consisted of Christina Kokko, Ulrich Ziche, Michaela Cronemyr, Isabelle Jengsell, Hanna Risberg, Clara Sohlberg (M&A), Emma-Stuart Beck, Caroline Krassén, Paulina Malmberg, Elin Samara (Regulatory), Nicklas Thorgerzon (GDPR/IT), Trine Osen Bergqvist, Christina Åqvist (Competition), Sofia Landolsi (Agreements), Ilze Lukins (IPR), Karolina Cohrs (Real Estate), Josefine Lanker (Banking and Finance), Hayaat Ibrahim (CSR), Lisa Ullman (Employment), Viktoria Owetz (VDR Specialist) och Bonnie Holmström (Project Assistant).

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