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New partners at Vinge

May 08, 2005

The new partners work at the Stockholm and Brussels offices and were all previously associates at the firm.

Patrick Forslund (b. 1969), Stockholm, joined Vinge in 1996, specialising in banking and finance as well as real estate and environmental law.
Olle Rislund (b. 1968), Brussels, joined Vinge in 1995 och is today in charge of Vinge’s office in Brussels. Han specialises in EU- och antitrust law as well as public procurment.
Rikard Stenberg (b. 1968), Stockholm, specilises in corporate law, corporate finance & capital markets as well as mergers & acquisitions. Before Rikard joined Vinge in 2000 he worked as an inhouse-lawyer at Enskilda Law, Enskilda Securities, SEB’s investment banking branch (1997-2000).

In addition to the above Carl Gustaf De Geer and Göran Nyström will also join Vinge as new partners during 2005.

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