News Vinge ranked top of transactions in Scandinavia

October 15, 2007

Vinge has been named the leading legal advisers in Scandinavia in terms of transaction value, according to Mergermarket’s, the London based intelligence service, third quarterly report. In total, Vinge has carried out acquisition and merger transactions in an amount of MEUR 19.582.

- It’s interesting that the market for business transactions continues to be strong. Our order books show no signs of a slowdown. This is one of Vinge’s specialties. We have a long tradition and high competence within this area. Our service and availability are much valued in these kinds of transactions, says Michael Wigge, acting MP at Vinge Stockholm.

For further information, please contact:

Michael Wigge, Vinge, tel: +46 8 614 3056, +46 70 714 3056

Vinge is the leading law firm in Sweden, offering a full range of commercial legal services. Our offices are located in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo and Helsingborg, as well as in London, Brussels, Hong Kong and Shanghai. Vinge is a member of the Scandinavian Law Alliance with Kromann Reumert in Denmark and Thommessen in Norway and of Lex Mundi, a global network of independent law firms.

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