Marcus Halling is an associate in our global Mergers and Acquisition practice and is based in Stockholm. Marcus advises clients on domestic and cross-border M&A, venture capital transactions and fundraisings, and capital markets transactions.
Representation of Tink, one of Europe's leading open banking software-as-a-service providers, on its sale to Visa for €1.7 billion.
Representation of Oatly on its US$10 billion initial public offering (IPO) and Nasdaq New York listing on the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
Representation of Klarna, one of the world's leading smooth shopping and payment providers, on its US$650 million equity funding round, at a post-money valuation of US$10.65 billion. The US$10.65 billion valuation ranks Klarna as the highest-valued private fintech in Europe and the fourth highest globally.
Representation of Klarna on its acquisition of HERO, an online retailer which brings the concept of in-person customer service to e-commerce.
Representation of Klarna on its acquisition of Moneymour Srl, an Italian payments company, from the founders and minority investors.
Representation of Tink AB, a Swedish fintech company and one of Europe's leading open banking software-as-a-service providers, on its acquisition of Business Finance Technology Group Limited's (Openwrks) UK based open banking platform and business, including related customer contracts and IT infrastructure.
Representation of the Catella Group, a Sweden-based specialist in property investments and fund management, on its sale of 70 percent of the shares in Catella Fondförvaltning AB, a fund manager offering a wide range of investment funds to private and institutional investors, with a focus on the Nordic region, to Athanase Industrial Partner.
Representation of a consortium of long-term European institutional investors comprising APG Asset Management N.V., PGGM Vermogensbeheer B.V., Alecta pensionsförsäkring, Keva and AXA Infrastructure Equity on the acquisition of 50 percent of the shares in Stockholm Exergi Holding AB from Fortum for a total consideration of approximately SEK 29.5 billion (approximately €2.9 billion).
Representation of JPMorgan's Infrastructure Investments Fund (IIF) on its acquisition of Adven, a leading provider of clean energy solutions across the Nordics and Baltics, from the investment firms AMP Capital and Infracapital.
Representation of Ancala Partners, a leading UK-based independent infrastructure investment firm, on its acquisition of Hector Rail, the largest private freight train operator in Scandinavia, which also has operations in Germany.
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