News A record number of six new Vinge partners

October 01, 2014

Vinge is pleased to announce that Louise Brorsson Salomon, Jonas Johansson, Fredrik Lundblom, Dain Nevonen, Emma Stuart-Beck and Peter Sundgren, all based at Vinge’s Stockholm office, have been elected new partners at Vinge as of 1 January 2015.

Top row from the left: Peter Sundgren and Emma Stuart-Beck
Bottom row from the left: Jonas Johansson, Dain Nevonen, Louise Brorsson Salomon and Fredrik Lundblom

“We are very happy to welcome these six new partners – it is a record high number of partners elected in one go. They all have a solid track record both in terms of their legal expertise as well as in their ability to service our clients, which they have acquired over the course of their careers at Vinge,” says Maria-Pia Hope, Managing Partner of Vinge in Stockholm. “They will bring a lot to the table with their energy and expertise. We are convinced that they will be a very positive addition to the partnership.”

Louise Brorsson Salomon has worked at Vinge since 2005 and specialises in Banking and Finance.

Jonas Johansson has worked at Vinge since 2008 and specialises in M&A, as does Peter Sundgren, who joined Vinge in 2009 (prior thereto he worked at Linklaters).

Fredrik Lundblom joined Vinge in 2009 and specialises in Dispute Resolution (prior thereto he worked at Gernandt & Danielsson).

Dain Nevonen has worked at Vinge since 2006 and specialises in Capital Markets.

Emma Stuart-Beck joined Vinge in 2006 and specialises in Banking & Finance.

For further information, please contact:

Maria Pia Hope, Managing Partner Vinge Stockholm                                         +46 10-614 31 27
maria.pia.hope@vinge.se

Anna Rasin, Head of Marketing & Communications                                           +46 10 614 30 29
anna.rasin@vinge.se

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