Vinge advises Swegon
Zent‑Frenger is a leading supplier of chilled ceilings in Germany and also develops and sells adapted commercial heat pumps as well as TABS products (thermo active building systems).
Swegon is a company within the Latour group and conducts operations within the energy efficient ventilation and indoor climate systems sector.
Vinge advised Adfenix AB in connection with capital procurement
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli together with Daniel Lennartsson, Natalie Bäck, Alexander Lindeberg, Joel Zetterström, Camilla Andersson and Victor Ericsson.
Vinge advises in relation to Leo transaction
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of responsible partner Magnus Pauli and associate Natalie Bäck.
Vinge advises Stirling Square Capital Partner
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Fredrik Sonander, Frida Bäckegren, Alexander Lindeberg, Mercedes Anderås, Camilla Andersson, Victor Ericsson, Albert Wållgren, Linn Adelwald and Ludvig Wettergren.
Vinge advises on the acquisition of the advertising agency CP+B
Vinge’s team consisted of responsible partner Magnus Pauli, associate Alexander Lindeberg and company registration assistant Camilla Andersson.
Vinge advises the sellers in conjunction with the sale of BKE Telecom AB
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Natalie Bäck and Camilla Andersson. PWC provided financial advice to the sellers.
Vinge advises Actos Equity
Arctos Equity Partner is directly investing in the entrepreneur led company as an active long term partner.
Vinge advised Arctos Equity in connection with the investment in MyDentist AB. Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Natalie Bäck, Petronella Hallberg and Camilla Andersson.
Vinge advises Isofol in connection with IPO
The prospectus is expected to be published on 20 March 2017 and the first day of trading on First North Premier is planned for 4 April 2017. The subscription price in the offer is SEK 29 per share, which corresponds to a value of Isofol of approximately MSEK 487 prior to the offer.
Isofol is an oncology company which clinically develops Modufolin which is a first choice medicament in conjunction with treatment of spread colorectal cancer and is standard therapy in conjunction with high dosage treatment with metotrexat of osteosarcoma. Isofol thus intends to replace the existing folate-based medicaments leukovorin and levoleukovorin, which are currently considered to be the standard treatment within these treatment areas.
Through a worldwide, exclusive license agreement Isofol Medical holds all rights to a global commercialization of Modufolin for cancer treatment as well as access to Merck KGaA’s (Darmstadt, Germany) patent-protected manufacturing process and production capacity.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of responsible partner Anders Strid, partners Jesper Schönbeck and Magnus Pauli, associates Frida Bäckegren, Natalie Bäck, Petronella Hallberg, Victor Ericsson and company assistant Camilla Andersson.
Vinge advises Erik Hemberg Fastighets AB
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Magnus Pauli, Frida Ställborn and Natalie Bäck.
Vinge advises Smart Eye AB in conjunction with its listing on Nasdaq First North
In connection with the listing, a new issue of not more than 1 750 000 shares was performed whereupon Smart Eye will receive not more than SEK 80 500 000. The offer is directed to the general public and institutional investors. The prospectus was published on 10 November and the first day of trading is 7 December.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of responsible partner Anders Strid, Magnus Pauli (client relationship), Frida Bäckegren (project manager due diligence and prospectus), Joel Zetterström and Natalie Bäck (IP), Jonas Lindeblad (employment), Björn Nicolai and Karin Wisenius (EU and competition), Victor Ericsson (tax) and company assistant Camilla Andersson.
Vinge advises Swegon in UK acquisition
RAML is a leading manufacturer and distributor of fire/smoke dampers and air distribution products in Great Britain and Ireland. The company has a turnover of approximately SEK 300 million.
Swegon is a subsidiary of the Latour Group and is a market leading manufacturer and supplier of indoor climate systems and products.
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 on sale of PDS Vision
Vinge has advised the sellers in connection with the sale of PDS Vision Group to Arctos Equity Partner.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli together with associates Petronella Hallberg, Isak Åberg and project assistant Camilla Andersson.
Vinge has advised Bilia AB in connection with the acquisition of Arnold Kontz BMW and Mini business operations in Luxembourg. The operations account for approximately 50 per cent of the total number of BMW sales in Luxembourg. The acquired business has a turnover of approximately SEK 1.1 billion and has 147 employees.
Vinge’s team was led by partner Magnus Pauli.
Vinge has advised Latour in connection with the sale of Specma AB to Hydra-Grene, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Danish industrial conglomerate, Schouw & Co. The transaction is conditional upon approval by the relevant competition authorities and is estimated to be completed by the end of 2015.
Vinge’s team primarily consisted of Magnus Pauli, Johanna Björnum Nyström and Daniel Lennartsson.
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 has advised Specma AB in connection with the acquisition of Hyrdaulikhuset BKH AB. Hydraulikhuset, with its registered office in Gothenburg, sells and develops hydraulics systems. Specma is a subsidiary in the Latour Group.
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Johanna Björnum Nyström and Daniel Lennartsson.
Vinge has advised Latour Industries in connection with the acquisition of the Finnish group of companies, Produal. The Produal Group conducts operations relating to the construction of automation measurement technology.
As a result of the acquisition, Latour Industries has strengthened its position within automation measurement construction and energy efficiency within building structures. Through the acquisition, Latour’s net indebtedness has increased by EUR 43 million.
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli and Daniel Lennartsson. PWC provided financial advice to Latour and the Finnish firm, Krogerus, provided Finnish law advice.
Vinge has advised Fouriertransform in connection with its investment in Lamera AB. Lamera develops a light-weight material based on state of the art lamination technology and the result is a unique, patented and formable composite which is both light and durable.
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Karin Wisenius, Hampus Wikerståhl and Johanna Nyström.
Vinge has advised Latour in conjunction with its investment in Steelwrist. Steelwrist develops, manufactures and sells accessories and equipment which increase the efficiency and safety of excavators.
The investment in Steelwrist is the foundation stone in the development of an industry group within Latour within the area of rapid fastenings, tilt rotators, electronics and tools for excavators and other forms of hoisting machinery.
Vinge’s team consisted of Magnus Pauli, Hampus Wikerstål and Isak Åberg.
Vinge has advised Swegon in connection with the acquisition of 90 per cent of the shares in the Belgian airflow technology company P. Lemmens from the current shareholders Waterland Private Equity and Stephan Lemmens. P. Lemmens has 59 employees and had a turnover of EUR 26 million in 2013. P. Lemmens largest product segment is total airflow control within an integrated electronic control system. The other product segments include fans, ventilation and heat recovery products.
Swegon is part of the Latour Group and is a market leading producer and supplier of energy efficient ventilation and climate systems. Swegon has 1 650 employees and a turnover of SEK 3.3 billion.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli and associate Daniel Lennartsson.
Vinge has advised Lohmann GmbH in connection with its acquisition of the entire issued share capital in HA Converting AB. HA Converting manufactures self-adhesive industrial components. Lohmann is based in Germany and conducts operations worldwide offering products within such product segments as double-sided adhesive tapes, transfer films and reactive adhesive systems.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli and associates Emma Kero Ljungberg and Daniel Lennartsson.
Vinge has advised Latour Industries in connection with the acquisition of the entire issued share capital in Bastec AB. Bastec is based in Malmö and conducts operations relating to the development and marketing of building automation systems, i.e. the management, monitoring, alarm management and energy optimization of commercial properties. Latour Industries is a wholly owned subsidiary of Latour AB (publ). Latour Industries conducts operations relating to energy efficiency of commercial properties, data collation systems, electrical switching devices, wood and metal processing tools as well as packaging and sealants.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli and associates Johanna Björnum Nyström and Daniel Lennartsson.
Vinge has advised Swegon AB in connection with its acquisition of the Canadian company, Vibro-Acoustics®. Vibro-Acoustics® is a leading producer of acoustic ventilation products and vibration reduction products in North America.
Vibro-Acoustics was established in 1960 and its head office is situated in Toronto. In addition to Toronto, the company also has manufacturing facilities in Nashville and Reno. The company has 167 employees and had a turnover in 2013 of MCAD 28, equivalent to approximately SEK 170 million. Swegon AB is a market-leading producer and supplier of energy efficient ventilation and climate control systems. Swegon AB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Investment AB Latour.
Swegon was advised by advokat Magnus Pauli.
Vinge has advised TMW Pramerica Property Investment GmbH in connection with the sale of Fastighets AB Fogsvansen which owns and manages Eriksberg shopping centre in Gothenburg. The property is situated close to Linholmen in Hissingen and has a lettable area of 10 700 m2, all of which is currently leased to large tenants such AS Coop Extra and Systembolaget.
TMW Pramerica Immobilien GmbH is the European arm of Pramerica Real Estate Investors. The subsidiary, TMW Pramerica Property Investment GmbH acquired Eriksberg shopping centre in January 2005 on behalf of its fund, EuRetail. The Pramerica Group has owned the property for a decade.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli together with, among others, associates Mercedes Anderås, Natalie Bäck, Patrik Gargolinski, Lisa Hanicke, Daniel Lennartsson, Thelma Fredin and Frida Matsson as well as project assistant, Josefin Halldén. Partner Fredrik Vinge advised on financing issues and associate Maria Paijkull on environmental issues in relation to the transaction
Vinge has advised BRITAX in connection with the acquisition of Brio’s business operations within the areas of push chairs, child car seats and furniture. BRITAX is one of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of child car seats and push chairs. BRITAX’s head office is located in Great Britain. In addition, the company has facilities in Great Britain, Germany, Australia and the US. BRITAX is owned by Nordic Capital Fund VII.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli together with associates Gabriel Westin, Josefin Erikson, Yohanna Öhrenegård and Jonas Lindblad.
Vinge has advised Swegon AB in connection with the acquisition of Walter Meier (Klima Deutschland) GmbH, a leading German climate solutions distributor. Walter Meir has 111 employees and had a turnover of MEUR 37 in 2012. The acquisition is subject to the approval of the German Competition Authority (Bunderskartellamt) and it is anticipated that the transaction will be completed in June 2013.
Swegon AB is a leading producer and supplier of energy-efficient ventilation and climate control systems. Swegon is a wholly owned subsidiary of Investment AB Latour.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli and associate Gabriel Westin.
Vinge has advised Swegon AB in connection with the acquisition of Coolmation Group.
Coolmation Group is one of the UK’s fastest growing companies within the field of chilling and cooling systems. The company has 70 employees and its operations include the sale, service and rental of chilling equipment.
Swegon AB is a market leader in the production and supply of energy efficient ventilation and climate control systems. Swedon AB is a subsidiary of Investment AB Latour.
Vinge’s team consisted of partner Magnus Pauli and associate Gabriel Westin.