Anna Palmérus is specialised in EU & Competition law and Insolvency & Reconstruction law. Anna has vast experience from advising both national and international clients out of Stockholm, New York and Gothenburg in all aspects of EU & Competition law during 20 years, as well as in all aspects of Insolvency & Reconstruction law for more than 10 years. She is Managing Partner of Vinge Gothenburg as of March 2019.
Vinge advises Transtema in connection with the acquisition of Ericsson Local Services
LSS constructs and maintains network infrastructure, primarily in the southern and central parts of Sweden. During 2017, the business had a turnover of MSEK 1 162, at an adjusted EBITDA of MSEK 34. The purchase price amounts to a maximum of MSEK 180. The acquisition will be partly financed through a fully secured rights issue through subscription undertakings, letters of intent and warranty obligations from Transtema’s main owners. Closing is conditional upon the consent of the Swedish Competition Authority.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of responsible partner Anders Strid together with Natalie Bäck (project manager M&A), Rebecka Maltenius (commercial property), Anna Backman (employment) as well as Anna Palmérus and Hugo Lundstedt (both competition law).
Vinge has advised OptiGroup in connection with the acquisition of Moonen Packaging
The transaction is subject to approval from the Dutch Competition Authorities and is expected to be completed during the summer 2018.
Vinge’s team consisted of Christina Kokko, Johanna Wiberg, and Oscar Rydén (M&A), and Anna Palmérus (competition law).
Vinge has advised OptiGroup in connection with the acquisition of Mercamer Oy and Oy Telpak Ab
With the acquisitions OptiGroup is entering the industrial packaging market in Finland.
Vinge’s team consisted of Christina Kokko, Johanna Wiberg, and Oscar Rydén (M&A), and Anna Palmérus and Rebecka Hansson (competition law).
Vinge advises OptiGroup in connection with acquisition of Pac-Production
Pac-Production is a distributor of non-food products to hospitality and service industries. The transaction is subject to approval from the Swedish competition authority.
Vinge´s team consists of Christina Kokko, Johanna Wiberg, Oscar Rydén, Anna Thoms (M&A), and Anna Palmérus and Rebecka Hansson (competition law).
Vinge advises OptiGroup AB in acquisition of Stadsing A/S
Stadsing is one of the leading suppliers of cleaning, hygiene and facility supplies in Denmark. The transaction was completed following approval from the Danish competition authority.
Vinge´s team consisted of Christina Kokko (M&A), Anna Palmérus (competition law), Oscar Rydén and Johanna Wiberg.
Vinge has advised Papyrus Holding AB in connection with its acquisition of Procurator AB from RoosGruppen AB. The Procurator-group is one of the leading suppliers of inter alia protective clothing and personal protective equipment and cleaning and hygiene products in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Estonia. The company had revenues of approx. MEUR 120 in 2015. The transaction is subject to relevant approval from the Swedish Competition Authority.
Vinge´s team consisted of partners in charge Christina Kokko (M&A) and Anna Palmérus (competition law) and among others Kristina Ekberg, Oscar Rydén, Johanna Wiberg and Ilze Lukins (M&A), Frida Ställborn (competition law), Sara Strandberg and Lisa Sennerby (employment), Josefine Lanker (financing), Tomas Forsgren (IP), Nicklas Thorgerzon (IT), Kristoffer Larson (real estate), Jasmin Draszka-Ali (CSR) and Andréa Nicolin (agreements).
Plastal Industri is a leading supplier of engineered thermoplastic bumper modules, painted and unpainted exterior trim and plastic parts serving both the passenger car and heavy commercial vehicle markets. The company operates out of four state-of-the-art production facilities in Sweden, Norway, and Belgium.
The Plasman Group is a designer and manufacturer of plastic injection molding for state-of-the-art automated painting and complete assembly operations of Class “A” exterior trim products and sub-systems to a variety of OEM and Tier 1 customers. The company offers fully-integrated design, engineering, tooling, molding, finishing (painting and chroming), and assembly capabilities and has approximately 3,600 employees across its network of 16 facilities across North America and Europe.
The Vinge team advising Plasman Group includes partner Fredrik Sonander, associates Amanda Winberg, Hampus Wikerstål and Frida Bäckegren and paralegals Camilla Andersson and Karl-Manne Johnsson. Partner Anna Palmerus provided competition law advice.
Vinge advises on lifts transaction
Artico Group’s head office and manufacturing facility are situated in Kungsängen. The company has 157 employees and in 2015 the company’s turnover was SEK 369 million.
Latour Industries is a wholly owned subsidiary of Latour Industries AB. Closing is estimated to take place at the end of May or beginning of June.
Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, Magnus Pauli, Johanna Björnum Nyström, Emma Kero Ljungberg, Daniel Lennartsson, Karin Wissenius and Anna Palmérus.
Vinge advises the Second Swedish National Pension Fund and the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund and their portfolio company Norrporten AB (publ) in relation to an exit process
The exit process resulted in a sale of Norrporten to Castellum AB (publ), listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, at a price of SEK 14.0 billion, based on an issue price in Castellum’s issue in kind of SEK 133 per share and including a dividend of SEK 464 million. Castellum will at closing pay SEK 10.4 billion in cash and 23.41 million Castellum shares to the AP-funds. Prior to the sale, Norrporten had been approved for listing on Nasdaq Stockholm by Nasdaq Stockholm’s listing committee.
Norrporten is one of Sweden’s largest office property companies with centrally located properties in Swedish urban growth centres and in Copenhagen. As of 31 December 2015, Norrporten’s property portfolio across eleven geographical market areas comprised 120 properties with a total leasable area of more than 1,140,000 square metres and an aggregate property value of SEK 25.8 billion.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Charlotte Levin, Fredrik Sonander, Joakim Hagberg, Erik Claesson, Nils Fredrik Dehlin and Joel Wahlberg. Maria Schultzberg, Emilie Parland, Ulf Käll and Victor Ericsson assisted in tax related matters, Albert Wållgren and Linn Adelwald assisted in financing related matters, Anna Palmérus and Karin Wisénius in competition law related matters and Åsa Gotthardsson assisted in employment law related matters.
Viltor AB, a company owned by JCE Group Aktiebolag and Tequity AB, has announced a recommended cash offer to the shareholders of Cybercom Group AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm). The offer values Cybercom at around SEK 541 million.
Vinge advises the joint bidders. The Vinge team is headed by M&A partner Magnus Pauli and capital markets and public M&A partner Erik Sjöman. Other team members include Jo-Anna Nordström, Anna Palmérus, Karin Wisenius, Mikael Ståhl, Natalie Bäck and Malte Hedlund.
Vinge advises the seller of Comfort Audio i Halmstad AB in connection with the transfer to Sonova Holding AG. Comfort Audio is specialized in the development, manufacturing and distribution of innovative assistive listening devices. The hearing solutions of Comfort Audio cater especially to assist people with hearing loss in challenging listening situations, for example in larger work group sessions or in schools, and complement Sonova’s broad wireless and non-wireless product and solution offering. The closing of the transaction is subject to regulatory approvals.
Vinge’s team consisted of among others resposible partner Fredrik Sonander, associates Ingrid Johansson, Josefin Eriksson, Gabriel Westin, Anna Palmérus, Emma Kero Ljungberg and assistant Josefin Halldén.
Vinge has advised Hexatronic Cable and Interconnect Systems AB, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hexatronic Scandinavia AB (publ), in connection with the acquisition of Ericsson’s fibre and sea cable business in Hudiksvall. In 2013, the business has a pro forma turnover of SEK 350 million and in connection with closing approximately 85 employees will be transferred for fibre production purposes and approximately 30 employees will be transferred during a transitional period for copper cable production purposes.
Vinge’s team consisted of, among others, partner Anders Strid and associates Anna Siesing (M&A and employment), Anna Palmérus (competition) and Ingrid Johansson (commercial property)
ScandCap, through Oskar Säfström, acted as Hexatronic’s financial advisers.