Adv Marcus Nivinger > Setterwalls > Stockholm, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

PO BOX 1050

Work Department

Equity Capital Markets, Corporate law, Mergers & Acquisitions, M&A



I have experience from advising in private and public transactions, such as IPOs, public takeovers, rights issues, private placements and mergers and acquisitions within a broad range of sectors since 2002.

I focus on securities law, mergers and acquisitions and company law and is part of Setterwalls’ specialist groups in these practice areas. I regularly advise listed companies and other companies on securities law and corporate law matters.


2015-2016,Ernst & Young, Partner and Head of Law
2011-2014,Advokatfirman Delphi, Partner
2010,Latham & Watkins LLP
2003-2010,Gernandt & Danielsson
2001-2003,District Court of Stockholm




2001,Lund University, LL.M.

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Capital markets

Characterised by an emphasis on equity capital markets transactions, Setterwalls‘ extensive roster of domestic and international issuers instructs the group on main-market IPOs, public share offerings, public takeovers and private placements. Recent stand-out work saw co-heads Jörgen Axelsson and Ola Grahn  closing major deals in the pharmaceuticals sector, while co-head Marcus Nivinger led on impressive listings in the energy sector. The group is also highly active in the technology sector. Carl Lindencrona‘s debt capital market practice focuses on investment-grade issuances.

Sweden > Healthcare and life sciences

Setterwalls provides a full-service healthcare and life sciences offering which combines the expertise of leading partners across a number of key areas. Particularly impressive is Helena Nilsson‘s regulatory practice, as applied to issues of classification, authorisation, market access and distribution in strictly regulated industries including the cosmetics, medtech and food sectors. Marcus Nivinger, Jörgen Axelsson and Richard Hammarvid lead on the breadth of capital markets and corporate activity, and the practice also has an impressive IP element under Per Lidman and Martin Levinsohn, in regards to both commercial and contentious work.