News Vinge takes the lead in M&A statistics

January 16, 2013

Vinge has overtaken all global law firms and is ranked at the top in terms of the value of M&A transactions in Sweden 2012, according to Mergermarket’s statistics for the full year.

The report, which was published last week, shows that in 2012 Vinge advised on 52 transactions in Sweden valued at USD 8 222 million. Vinge also has a strong position in terms of the total transaction value and is the only Swedish law firm among the top ten in this category. Vinge is in second place in terms of number of transactions.


A big step forward
“We are proud of our position in the rankings. Despite a challenging market, we are at the top and we have also taken a big step forward in the value list”, says Maria-Pia Hope, Vinge's Managing Partner.

As regards private equity investments in Europe, Vinge participated in nine "European Buyouts" in 2012 and is the Nordic law firm that has been involved in most transactions.

Read Mergermarket’s report here (pages 20 and 26).

Vinge contributes to IUMI Eye

International Union of Marine Insurers (IUMI) is preparing for its first web based conference – Stockholm 2020 – of which Vinge is a proud sponsor. In the latest edition of IUMI Eye, published just in time for the conference, Vinge’s Paula Bäckdén and Sweden Insurance’s senior advisor Mikaela Tamm discuss the implications of waiving liability limitations.
September 15, 2020

Vinge – Best law firm for female business lawyers

Vinge has been awarded “Best Nordic Business Law Firm for Women” at the European Women in Business Law Awards which took place in London on 10 September. For the eighth time, Vinge has won the award as the law firm which has been most successful in relation to its gender equality work.
September 10, 2020

Clarification of the interpretation of ”nearest suitable railway station”

Road transport performed by Samskip Sia in Sweden has been confirmed to be within the framework of a permitted combined transport through a decision of the Administrative court of Falun in Sweden. The central question in the case was how to interpret the term “nearest suitable railway station”
June 30, 2020