News Vinge Advises the Kingdom of Sweden on Merger with the Danish Post Office and the Sale of V&S, Vin & Sprit AB (publ)

April 18, 2008

Vinge has acted as legal advisors in the purposed merger between the Swedish and Danish post office as well as in the now made official sale of Vin & Sprit.

- It has been very exciting and rewarding to represent the Kingdom of Sweden in these historic transactions. We look upon these commissions as very prestigious and we are proud to have created a team that are continuously involved in commissions for the Kingdom of Sweden, says Carl Gustav De Geer.

The teams are led by Vinge’s partners Bertil Villard and Carl Gustav De Geer.

Bertil Villard and Daniel Rosvall have co-ordinated Vinge’s assignments in the merger between the Swedish and Danish post office. 

Carl Gustav De Geer and Malin Helgesen have co-ordinated the sale of Vin & Sprit. The transaction has been managed by Vinge for approximately one year.    


 

For further information, please contact:


Carl Gustaf De Geer, Partner Vinge Stockholm, tel: +46 8 614 30 90, +46 70 714 30 90, cg.degeer@vinge.se
Bertil Villard, Partner Vinge Stockholm, tel: +46 8 614 31 03, +46 70 714 31 03, bertil.villard@vinge.se
Boo Ehlin, Head of Communication Vinge, tel: +46 8 614 33 87, +46 70 429 33 87, boo.ehlin@vinge.se

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