Alexia Kavaleff

Associate, Stockholm



Alexia is an associate based at our Stockholm Office and part of the Nordic Private Equity team in our Global M&A Practice. Alexia joined White & Case in 2018.

Prior to joining White & Case, Alexia studied law at Stockholm University and University of Mannheim, Germany. She commenced her career at the Firm as a summer trainee and, subsequently, joined as a junior trainee.

Bars and Courts
Master of Laws
Stockholm University
Studies in Law
University of Mannheim




Representation of Norvestor, a private equity firm focused on investments in growth companies in the Nordic mid-market, on the Co-investment of Foxway Group, a European leader in providing circular IT services to large organizations, the public sector and consumer electronics retailers, with Nordic Capital.

Representation of Adelis Equity Partners Fund, a growth-focused private equity firm focused on the Nordic mid-market  I and their portfolio company Circura, in the acquisition of Teknikbyggarna i Linköping, a construction company.

Representation of Stora Enso Oyj, a Swedish-Finnish leading global provider of renewable solutions in packaging, biomaterials, wooden construction and paper, on its sale of Nymölla paper mill.
Representation of Stora Enso Oyj on its sale of Maxau paper production site in Germany, with an enterprise value of approximately €210 million, to Schwarz Produktion, part of Schwarz Group.

Representation of Adelis, a Nordic private equity firm focused on the Nordic mid-market, on its acquisition of Diakrit, a real estate technology company.

Representation of IFS, a cloud enterprise software provider, and its shareholders including EQT, on a significant investment by Hg, a private equity investor focused on software and services businesses.

Representation of Altor Fund V, a family of private equity funds investing in and developing medium sized companies, on a growth investment in Svea Solar, one of Europe's fastest growing cleantech companies offering solutions for sustainable living including solar panel systems, batteries and electric car chargers.