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Viveka Classon new partner in Stockholm

November 14, 2019

Viveka Classon has been elected as a new partner at Vinge’s Stockholm office.

Viveka comes from a position as Counsel in Vinge’s Corporate Insurance Practice Group. Prior to that she has a long professional life as a lawyer at Skandia, where she worked as general counsel and was also part of the company’s group management. She has also worked as the secretary of Skandia’s main board of directors.

Fabian Ekeblad, partner and head of the Corporate Insurance Practice Group:

Viveka Classon is one of the country’s leading advisers within the field of insurance and in relation to issues regarding financial regulation. Her extensive experience from leading positions within the Skandia group means that we are in a great position to provide close operational advice to our clients. With the election of Viveka, we have strengthened Vinge’s leading position on the market advising the insurance industry and the financial sector. We would like to wish her a warm welcome as a partner!”

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