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Vinge has advised SEB in connection with an issue of additional Tier 1 captial of MUSD 600

March 27, 2017

Vinge has advised Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) (“SEB”) as to Swedish law in connection with the bank’s issue of Additional Tier 1 Capital in the amount of MUSD 600 in the form of a debt instrument with no final maturity and with automatically conversion into Class A-shares if the CET1 ratio of the bank decreases to a certain level.

The instrument is listed on the Global Exchange Market regulated by the Irish Stock Exchange.

SEB issued the Additional Tier 1 Capital to refinance an old similar instrument that reaches its call date later this year and to optimize its capital structure.

Vinge’s team consisted mainly of Göran Nyström, Charlotte Levin, Albert Wållgren and Malte Hedlund.

The European Commission proposes a new Single Market Emergency Instrument

On 19 September 2022, the Commission adopted a proposal for a new regulation on an emergency instrument for the Single Market. Following the Covid-19 pandemic and other crises in the last years, the Union has seen internal entry restrictions, unpredictable rules and supply disruptions which, according to the Commission, have highlighted that there are structural shortcomings in the EU legal framework on the Single Market. The proposed emergency instrument aims to preserve the free movement of goods, services and persons and to ensure the availability of essential goods and services in the event of future emergencies.
September 22, 2022

New partners and counsels appointed at Vinge’s Gothenburg office

Ninos Aho has been appointed partner at Vinge’s Gothenburg office, as of 1 January 2023. In addition, advokat Petronella Hallberg and advokat Martin E Svanberg have been appointed as counsels, also as of 1 January 2023.
August 30, 2022

Helena Rosén Andersson joins Vinge

Today we welcome former Justice of the Supreme Administrative Court in Sweden, Helena Rosén Andersson, to Vinge. We thereby strengthen our services within public procurement, administrative and public law, constitutional law, state aid and dispute resolution.
August 18, 2022