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Vinge recruits Charlotte Levin as new partner

February 22, 2012

Vinge has recruited Charlotte Levin to join its corporate public group in Stockholm. Charlotte has been elected partner as of 1 January 2013, although she will join Vinge in April this year.

Charlotte Levin joins Vinge from Linklaters where she has been working for about 10 years, most recently as a Managing Associate.

”We are very pleased to welcome Charlotte to Vinge’s corporate public group. Charlotte has the type of experience that matches and complements Vinge’s expertise within capital markets transactions,” says Peter Bäärnhielm, partner and head of Vinge’s corporate public group.

”With my background from an international law firm, I am truly looking forward to working at one of Sweden’s premier full service business law firms, which is still run in an entrepreneurial spirit despite its size. Vinge combines tradition with modernism and innovation, which both I and clients find attractive,” says Charlotte Levin.

 

For enquiries and more information, please contact:
Anna Rasin, Head of Communications Vinge              +46 8 614 30 29, anna.rasin@vinge.se

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