The Scandinavian market shows no sign of slowing despite concerns over global economic prospects.
The Scandinavian market shows no sign of slowing despite concerns over global economic prospects. Law firms in the markets of Finland, Sweden and the Baltic States are enjoying a period of international expansion and a substantial amount of cross-border corporate work, with deals done across the region.
This Special Report kicks off with a look at how the credit crunch has affected the dynamic and close-knit region. Mannheimer Swartling has found that the Nordic banking system has managed to avoid some of the knock-on effects of the crisis in the global debt markets by working with long-term clients.
The report also examines the links between the Swedish and Finnish legal markets with law firm Roschier and, in the final article, discusses the complex business relationships - particularly when securing debt - between Finnish and Russian companies with Helsinki-based Castrén & Snellman.