Munich, 18 June 2020 – The commercial law firms Vinge and Gütt Olk Feldhaus advised EQT Infrastructure II in connection with entering into an agreement to divest the Hector Rail group to Ancala’s European Infrastructure Fund II. Vinge acted as lead counsel, and Gütt Olk Feldhaus advised with respect to German law.
Hector Rail is the largest private rail freight operator in Scandinavia with significant operations in Germany. With a fleet of over 100 locomotives and 400 employees, including approximately 250 train drivers, Hector Rail transports essential goods for a wide range of customers.
EQT Infrastructure II had acquired Hector Rail in November 2014.
Legal advisors to EQT:
Vinge, Stockholm: Daniel Rosvall, Karl Klackenberg, Milad Kamali, Olivia Belding (all M&A), Mikael Ståhl, Axel Jansson (both Banking/Finance), Mathilda Persson (Commercial Agreements) and Kristoffer Sällfors (Regulatory).
Gütt Olk Feldhaus, Munich: Dr. Tilmann Gütt (Partner, Banking/Finance, lead), Thomas Becker (of Counsel, IP/IT/Software), Christopher Ghabel (Senior Associate, Banking/Finance), Karl Ehrenberg (Associate, M&A).
Held Jaguttis, Cologne: Dr. Simeon Held, Dr. Malte Jaguttis (both Regulatory), Bernard Altpeter
About Gütt Olk Feldhaus:
Gütt Olk Feldhaus is a leading international law firm based in Munich. We provide legal advice on all aspects of commercial and corporate law. We focus on corporate law, M&A, private equity and financing. We also handle litigation in these areas.
Dr. Tilmann Gütt
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