News Vinge attends MIPIM, the world's largest business platform for real estate professionals

March 30, 2017

During the period 6 to 9 March 2012, seven representatives from Vinge are attending MIPIM in Cannes, France together with more than 19 000 other real estate professionals from 90 different countries.

Earlier this year Vinge was selected as the annual winner of law firms with the largest transaction volume by the Swedish magazine, Fastighetsvärlden. The law firms listed were referred to as “the most successful advisors within real estate law in Sweden”.     

Vinge’s real estate practice group is considered as one of the most prominent in Sweden. The group’s clients include Swedish and international property companies, property developers and investment funds, as well as other parties such as banks, insurance companies, other financial institutions and rating institutes.
The group represents clients on a wide variety of property related matters, including real estate mergers and acquisitions, real estate financing, fund structures, joint ventures, commercial leases, development and construction projects, tax structuring and legal environmental assessments.

Vinge’s environmental lawyers assist clients with permit applications, contacts with authorities, disputes, etc. An increasingly important part of the firm’s environmental law practice is in preventing surprises in business and property transactions. This type of assistance includes surveying and assessing compliance with applicable environmental permits, identifying existing and potential remediation liabilities and commercially allocating the risks between buyers and sellers.

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