News Vinge partner – Super Talent of the Year

January 27, 2011

Odile Fallenius, newly-appointed partner at Vinge who specialises in tax law, has received the Super Talent of the Year award by the business magazine, Veckans Affärer. Odile Fallenius from Vinge was ranked in first place of the 101 “Super Talents” chosen each year by Veckans Affärer.

She is Sweden’s highest ranked super talent and one of the youngest partners in the corporate M&A field. She specialises in tax advice in connection with private equity related M&A transactions. However, in her view it is not the tax law advice which is most important but rather how the advice can be applied to the company in order to get the deal through.

This is the fourth year in which Veckans Affärer has selected 101 super talents who are presented as Sweden’s new elite. Odile Fallenius is a partner at Vinge who specialises in tax law. The International Tax Review has referred to her as one of Sweden’s best tax advisers and she has also been selected as one of Sweden’s rising talents by the career network, Shortcut.

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