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MAGNUSSON ADVISES ASIAKASTIETO GROUP ON THE ACQUISITION OF INTELLIA OY IN FINLAND

2016-08-30

The Helsinki office of international law firm Magnusson advised Asiakastieto Group, a leading Finnish provider of business and consumer information services and listed on Nasdaq Helsinki, in connection with the acquisition of the entire capital stock of Intellia Oy from Ilves Solutions Oy and the private shareholders of the company.

Intellia is a provider and seller of services for the needs of sales and marketing, and data concerning companies and consumers. The transaction strengthens Asiakastieto Group’s development work in sales and marketing services. Intellia also offers services suitable for consumer marketing, which have previously not been included in Asiakastieto's service range. 

The agreement was signed on 30 August 2016 and the transaction enters into force on 1 October 2016. Magnusson’s team advising on the transaction was led by partner Juha Taipale.

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