Veronica Stiller

Partner, Stockholm

Finance & Restructuring


Veronica is a Stockholm-based Partner. Her practice covers all aspects of debt financing including acquisition finance, real property finance, fund finance, asset-backed finance, high yield bonds and other debt capital market products. Veronica has an extensive experience from large international debt transactions and regularly represents national and international banks and other financial institutions as well as private equity investors and corporate borrowers.

In addition to her LL.M. degree from the University of Lund, she has also studied at the University of California, Berkeley in 2003-2004.


Veronica Stiller is recognized as one of the experts in Sweden in her field by international directories such as Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, IFLR1000 and the Legal 500.

This is what clients say about Veronica:

“Veronica Stiller is very committed and easy to work with.”
– Chambers Global 2024, Banking & Finance

“She is a very active and energetic lawyer.”
– Chambers Global 2024, Banking & Finance

“Veronica Stiller is a joy to work with on transactions. She is always on top of the details, is solution-oriented and shows a great understanding of what is important to the client.”
– The Legal 500 2024, Banking & Finance

“She is excellent to work with.”
– Chambers Global 2023, Banking & Finance

Work highlights

Veronica Stiller’s experience includes advising:

  • Atlas Luxco in its cash offers in Sweden and the United States for Millicom International Cellular;
  • A bid consortium consisting of Greenoaks and Long Path in their recommended public offer for Karnov;
  • GRO in its acquisition of DigitalRoute;
  • Slättö in an investment by Ares Management;
  • Avalara in its SEK 7.3 billion public offer for Pagero;
  • TA Associates in the fully underwritten SEK 4.3 billion rights issue in Elos Medtech;
  • Genesta in the acquisition of a logistics property from ICA Real Estate;
  • Francisco Partners in the acquisition of Macrobond;
  • Philip Morris International in the financing of its SEK 161 billion public offer for all shares in Swedish Match;
  • Aareon AG in its acquisition and delisting of Momentum Software Group;
  • Castellum in its SEK 8 billion bridge loan facility for the public offer for the shares in Kungsleden;
  • Advent and GIC in its financing of its public offer for all shares in Swedish Orphan Biovitrum (Sobi);
  • IK Partners in its acquisition financing of the Truesec Group;
  • IK Partners in its acquisition financing of the FCG Group;
  • IK Partners in its acquisition financing of the Renta Group;
  • Swedbank AB (publ) in its financing of Neobo AB (formerly Amasten) in connection with SBB’s issue of the shares in Neobo to its shareholders;
  • Daniel Wellington in connection with the formation of a strategic partnership with Timex;
  • Open Infra AB (publ) in an up to SEK 3,000,000,000 senior secured bond issue;
  • SEB in an up to SEK 1,000 million senior unsecured bond for CA Fastigheter;
  • Nordea, Pareto and ABG in the up to SEK 1,850,000,000 Senior Secured Sustainability-Linked Floating Rate Bonds for First Camp Group AB;
  • a syndicate of banks in relation to a multicurrency revolving facility for Loomis AB (publ).;
  • Niam Infra Fund AB in its fund financing;
  • Crescent in the financing to Axcel for the acquisition of Voff Premium;
  • Capital Four in the financing to Trill Impact for the acquisition of Raksystems;
  • Capital Four in the financing to Trill Impact for the acquisition of InfraKraft Sverige AB.

Roschier (2017-), Finance Counsel (2017-2020), Partner since 2020
Investec Bank plc, Visiting Lawyer (2016)
Macfarlanes LLP, Associate (2015-2017)
DnB Nor Bank ASA, Sweden branch, Visiting Lawyer (2011)
GE Money Bank, Visiting Lawyer (2006)
Mannheimer Swartling, Associate (2006-2015)
District Court Service, Gothenburg City Court, Law Clerk (2004-2006)


Member of the Swedish Bar Association
Member of the International Bar Association
Member of the New York Bar


“Sweden Law and Practice, Acquisition Finance Handbook” (co-author with Fredrik Rydin and Dan Hanqvist), Chambers 2019

“Fund Leverage – the hybrid CLO” (co-author with Richard Fletcher, Macfarlanes), Butterworths Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, February 2016


Lund University, LL.M. (2004)
University of California, Berkeley (2003-2004)


English, French, Polish, Swedish

Excellent to work with.

Chambers Global