Aleris’ Acquisition of Art Clinic

Wigge & Partners has advised MVI and the minority sellers. Vinge advised Aleris.

Aleris, a Triton Fund V portfolio company has signed an agreement to acquire Art Clinic, a Swedish specialist care provider specialized within orthopedcis, back surgery, aesthetic- and reconstructive plastic surgery.

The acquisition marks Aleris next step in the company´s continuous focus to become the most modern and accessible specialist healthcare provider in Scandinavia. The transaction is subject to customary regulatory approvals. Terms are not disclosed.

Aleris is one of Scandinavia’s leading private healthcare companies. The company conducts healthcare and diagnostics in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

The team from Wigge & Partners consisted of Henrik Wenckert (Picture – partner), Louise Sörelind (senior associate) and Filip Karlsson (associate).

The Vinge team consisted of Christina Kokko, Samra Baytar, Olivia Belding and Elias Bohlin (M&A), Johan Wahlbom (Competition), Christoffer Nordin, Sam Fakhraie Ardekani and Max Hetta (Agreements), Emil Lindwall (Employment), Nour Makie (Banking and Finance), Karolina Fuhrman (IT/GDPR), Frida Ställborn (Real Estate) and Jessica Henning (VDR specialist).

Involved fees earner: Samra Baytar – Vinge; Olivia Belding – Vinge; Elias Bohlin – Vinge; Sam Fakhraie Ardekani – Vinge; Karolina Fuhrman – Vinge; Max Hetta – Vinge; Christina Kokko – Vinge; Emil Lindwall – Vinge; Nour Makie – Vinge; Christoffer Nordin – Vinge; Frida Ställborn – Vinge; Johan Wahlbom – Vinge; Filip Karlsson – Wigge & Partners; Louise Sörelind – Wigge & Partners; Henrik Wenckert – Wigge & Partners;

Law Firms: Vinge; Wigge & Partners;

Clients: Aleris; MVI;

Federica Tiefenthaler

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler