News Vinge top-ranked in all categories

November 01, 2012

For the fifth consecutive year, Vinge has been ranked as the best law firm in Sweden within M&A, Capital Markets, Banking and Finance and EU and Competition in the 2013 edition of the IFLR 1000.

Vinge is ranked in the highest category (Tier 1) in the first three of the aforementioned practice areas in IFLR’s Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms. In the category of EU and competition, the firm is ranked among the top 45 law firms in Europe and is one of only a few Swedish firms which achieve a ranking in this practice area.

IFLR states the following about Vinge:

Mergers & Acquisitions
“Vinge is well established as a tier one M&A firm; with the strength and depth to support private, public and private equity work across a wide range of industry sectors.”

Capital Markets
“Vinge remains a strong player and have been active on deals with big name clients. They retain a large market share and their status as a tier one firm. "They have very good commercial lawyers who can think laterally and fast," says one client.”

Banking and Finance
“Vinge get positive feedback from clients as a "people orientated firm with very good lawyers". One client praises the work of one of Vinges lawyers: "We have worked several years with Vinge. Our client responsible and his teams services provided are of a top international quality." Vinge's strengths are described by a client as "availability, business focus and understanding, client focus, cost efficiency and the possibility to deliver before or on time."

Read IFLR’s rankings in full

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