• Castellum increases logistics and office focus

    Nordic Update As part of its preparation for a continued growth, Castellum has decided to establish new business units for logistics and office premises. Moreover, the company has established a unit for investments and portfolio strategy.

  • Entra and Aberdeen in 2 billion NOK swap deal

    Nordic Update Entra and Aberdeen Eiendomsfond Norge have conducted a swap transaction worth 1.95 billion NOK. The transaction concerns four properties in Oslo, where Entra acquires the property St. Olavs plass for 850 million NOK and Aberdeen takes over the ownership of Tollbugata 1, Pilestredet 19-21 and Pilestredet 28 for 1.1 billion NOK.

  • No more share buy-backs for Wallenstam

    Nordic Update Wallenstam will cease to buy back shares and instead invest the funds in development of residential properties and exisiting commercial spaces. The company hopes to increase its net asset value by 40 SEK, or 50 per cent, until 2023.

  • Willhem invests 600 million SEK in Malmö

    Nordic Update Willhem has acquired 14 residential properties in Malmö from PP Pension for 600 million SEK. The portfolio entails 265 rental flats, varying in size from one to six rooms, with a total LFA of 21,786 sq.m.

  • Diös strengthens Skellefteå operations

    Nordic Update Diös has established a new business unit in Skellefteå and hired Maria Fjellström to lead it. She will start her new position in February 2019. Prior to joining Diös, Maria Fjellström has been the head of sales at SSC Skellefteå.

  • Skanska’s HQ sold to Deutsche Bank fund

    Nordic Update Inveso Real Estate and Scius Partners have divested Skanska‘s headquarters in Kungsholmen, Stockholm to a fund managed by DWS, a part of Deutsche Bank.

  • Fabege CEO resigns after 12 successful years

    Nordic Update Fabege has announced that Christian Hermelin has resigned as CEO after 12 years at the helm. He will leave the company in 2019 but remain at the helm until a new CEO has taken over. In a comment, Hermelin said that he will start working together with his brother, Gustaf Hermelin, who left the job as CEO of Catena almost two years ago.

  • Pareto SPV buys logistics properties for 1,1 billion SEK

    Nordic Update Axfast has sold a couple of logistics properties to Halmslätten Fastighets AB, a SPV established by Pareto Securities. The properties are fully leased to Martin & Servera, a leading Swedish supplier to restaurants and caterers.

  • Niam finds new fund manager at Kungsleden

    Nordic Update Henrik Gerdin has rejoined Niam in the role of fund manager of their fund Niam Nordic VI. He has most recently held the position of head of transactions at Kungsleden but prior to that he had the position of Director, Acquisitions at Niam.

  • Union Invest acquires 165 million EUR property in Helsinki

    Nordic Update In a 165 million EUR sale-and-lease-back transaction, the City of Helsinki has sold the property Urban Environment House in the Kalasatama area to Union Invest Real Estate GmbH.

  • Norwegian Property invests 222 million NOK in Oslo property

    Nordic Update Norwegian Property has acquired the property known as Vinslottet in the Oslo area of Hasle. The property was sold by Profier AS and Hasle Utvikling through an equity deal worth 222. million NOK

  • Rikshem issues 650 million SEK bond

    Nordic Update Rikshem has issued a new five-year bond with a nominal price of 650 million SEK. The bond carries a floating coupon of Stibor 3M plus 1 percentage point with a date of maturity on December 13th, 2023.

  • Column: Exciting sustainability trend in the Swedish corporate bond market

    Nordic Update The Swedish market for corporate bonds is in the midst of a structural growth phase. The favourable interest rate environment together with stricter lending conditions from banks have made it more interesting for companies to consider the alternative of financing themselves in capital markets. At the same time, the Riksbank’s expansive monetary policy and negative interest rates have increased the demand from investors for more high yielding fixed income products.

  • New tenant in M&G owned Klara Strand

    Nordic Update Newsec, on behalf of M&G, has signed a five-year lease agreement with Nobia AB for a 1,100 sq.m. office space in Klara Strand, Stockholm. The new tenant will move its headquarters to the property on July 1st, 2019.

  • H.I.G. Capital makes second big acquisition in Stavanger

    Nordic Update U.S. fund H.I.G. Capital has made an acquisition of two properties in the Forus industrial area in Stavanger for 700 million NOK. The properties were sold by Union Eiendomsinvest.

  • Blackstone invests close to 1 billion DKK in Danish residentials

    Nordic Update DK Resi 2018 Propco III, a subsidiary of Blackstone, has acquired a portfolio of 424 apartments and 15 commercial units from Danish fund Frederiksberg Boligfond.

  • Platzer borrows 324 million SEK via green bond

    Nordic Update Platzer Fastigheter has borrowed 324 million SEK in the money market via a green bond issued by Svensk Fastighetsfinansiering. The bond amounted to 724 million SEK of which Platzer’s share is 324 million.

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