News Peter Bäärnhielm joins Vinge as a new partner

October 24, 2011

Vinge today announces that Peter Bäärnhielm will join Vinge as a new partner and head of  Vinge’s corporate public group in Stockholm. Peter joins Vinge from Carnegie, where he is currently Manager for Sweden and Co-Head of Nordic Investment Banking, and where he has held various managerial roles since 1997. Prior to that, Peter was, among other things, a partner at the law firm, Danowsky & Partners and worked at the legal unit within Enskilda Securities (part of SEB Enskilda).

At Vinge, Peter will be responsible for the team in Stockholm focusing on public corporate transactions. Other partners in the group are Göran Nyström,  Lena Almefelt, Rikard Stenberg, and Erik Sjöman as well as Jesper Schönbeck, who is elected partner as of 2013. Peter Bäärnhielm will take up this position at Vinge in January 2012.

”We are very pleased to welcome Peter to us at Vinge. Peter’s track record is impressive and he has extensive experience from both the corporate law and the corporate finance sector. This will add further value to Vinge’s clients and will strengthen Vinge’s already leading corporate public group”, says Michael Wigge, Vinge's Managing Partner.

"After more than 14 eventful years within investement banking at Carnegie, during which the firm has succesfully grown, it is time for me to move on. I am very much looking forward to returning to being a practitioner and to work for the strong and well reputed Vinge brand”, says Peter Bäärnhielm.


For further information, please contact:
Anna Rasin, Head of Communications Vinge, +46 8 614 30 29 

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