Victor Åberg

Partner, Helsinki


Key Lawyer: (i) commercial, corporate and M&A, and (ii) TMT, Finland (Legal 500 2024)

“Victor Aberg is a fantastic partner. His ability to be present at all times when we needed him makes him stand out from other peers and legal players. Victor seems to never sleep and always remember every detail of the deals we worked together on.”

“Victor Aberg is an extremely impressive lawyer, with deep subject matter expertise and a highly collaborative and client centric approach.”

“Victor Aberg is an excellent lawyer with broad experience of international transactions, which really makes a difference.”


Victor is a partner within the EMEA private equity team in our Global M&A Practice. He focuses on private equity acquisitions and has advised on a broad range of international corporate transactions, including M&A, joint ventures, corporate restructurings, corporate reorganizations, and public offerings and takeovers. 

Prior to joining White & Case, Victor worked for top tier US firms and spent six months on secondment at the private equity arm of a leading investment bank. Victor has also worked as General Counsel of a company active in the upstream oil and gas industry.

Bars and Courts
Solicitor, England and Wales
Queen Mary, University of London


  • Representation of Bregal Milestone on its majority investment in Evli Alexander Incentives, and a strategic partnership with Evli to form Allshares.
  • Representation of Bregal Milestone and other shareholders on the sale of Epassi to a consortium consisting of TA Associates and Warburg Pincus.
  • Representation of Norvestor on its acquisition of Colmec and co-investment with Nordic Capital in Foxway;
  • Representation of Alder on its sale of Satel to Topcon Positioning Systems.
  • Representation of Goldman Sachs on numerous transactions, including:
    • the acquisition by GS of Kahoot! for approximately US$1.72 billion;
    • the acquisition by Advania of Visolit, Content+Cloud and Valtti;
    • the disposal by GS of Trackunit to HG Capital;
    • the acquisition by GS of Advania;
    • the acquisition by GS and Cromwell Property Group of a portfolio of 24 office properties and three plots in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area from IVG Polar Oy;
    • the acquisition by HRA Pharma of Compeed;
    • the acquisition by GS and Altor Fund IV of Navico and the acquisition by Navico of Naviop;
    • the acquisition by Continental Bakeries of Delicpol;
    • the investment by GS in Diffblue;
    • the acquisition by GS of Caldic B.V.;
    • the disposal by GS of shares in Dong Energy;
    • the disposal by GS of its stake in Source; and
    • the disposal by GS of its stake in Rothesay Life.*
  • Representation of Hexatronic on numerous transactions, including the acquisitions of KNET, Rochester Cable, Fibron, the telecom business of REHAU and Qubix.
  • Representation of Mubadala on its investment in GlobalConnect.
  • Representation of Triton on its acquisition of Esperi Care.
  • Representation of FSN Capital on the acquisition of Adragos Pharma.
  • Representation of a consortium consisting of Altor Fund V, the Strawberry Group and TDR Capital on the acquisition of the business of Thomas Cook Northern Europe (Vinggruppen) and Airtours Resort Ownership Espana S.L.
  • Representation of the sellers on the sale of the Dellner Couplers Group to EQT fund VIII.
  • Representation of Novator Partners on the sale of CCP Games to Pearl Abyss.
  • Representation of an investment consortium led by CVC Capital Partners on the €3 billion acquisition of Recordati.
  • Representation of Rhône on its acquisition of Fogo de Chão, Inc. for approximately US$560 million.*
  • Representation of Telia Company AB on its sale of shares in Spotify Technology S.A.*
  • Representation of eBay Inc. on:
    • the US$50.5 billion spin-off of PayPal; and
    • its approximately US$165 million acquisition of the Ticketbis group.*
  • Representation of:
    • AP1 and AP2 on their entry into a €4 billion real estate joint venture with TIAA-CREF; and
    • AP1 and AP3 on the acquisition of Fortum’s Swedish electricity distribution business (Ellevio).*

*Includes experience prior to joining White & Case