• Podcast: Kungsleden and Eastnine on FY 2018

    Nordic Update This week, both Kungsleden and Eastnine released their full-year income statements for 2018. In two different episodes of IR-podden CEO’s Biljana Pehrsson and Kestutis Sasnauskas comment on the year.

  • Podcast: Kestutis Sasnauskas, CEO Eastnine

    Nordic Update In this podcast, Kestutis Sasnauskas, CEO of Baltic property company Eastnine, comments briefly on the company’s full year report for 2018.

  • Podcast: Biljana Pehrsson comments on Kungsleden’s FY report

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt has met with Biljana Pehrsson, CEO of Kungsleden, who briefly comments on the company’s full year report for 2018.

  • C&W: Strong investor demand in the Nordics in 2019

    Nordic Update The investor demand for Nordic properties remains high and in fact increases, Cushman & Wakefield find in their most recent edition of the C&W Nordic Investor Confidence Index.

  • New CEO of Cibus announced

    Nordic Update On March 4th, Sverker Källgården will join Cibus Nordic Real Estate as CEO. He is a veteran of the Swedish property industry, most recently as CEO of Byggpartner, the company writes in a press release.

  • Obos buys additional JM shares

    Nordic Update Norwegian housing development giant Obos now holds over 20 per cent of the shares in Swedish counterpart JM. According to a major shareholder announcement, Obos has acquired over 11 million JM shares.

  • NRP closes fund at NOK 1.6 billion

    Nordic Update Norwegian fund manager NRP has closed its eight fund after raising NOK 1.6 billion. The fundraising target was NOK 1.5 billion and to date, the fund has made eight acquisitions in the Nordics.

  • Wallenstam makes SEK 375 million acquisition in Göteborg

    Nordic Update Wallenstam has acquired a commercial property in central Göteborg from SEB Trygg Liv for SEK 375 million. Located adjacent to Avenyn, the property has an LFA of 6,600 sq.m. office and retail premises and is fully let.

  • Oscar Properties reports huge losses in 2018

    Nordic Update Oscar Properties, the listed Swedish luxury housing developer has reported a loss of SEK 18.54 per share for the full-year 2018. The company lost a total of SEK 492.5 million (after tax) over the twelve months, compared to an after tax profit of SEK 350.5 million in the year before.

  • Schroders swoops Helsinki CBD office building

    Nordic Update Schroder Real Estate, on behalf of its fund Schroder Nordic Real Estate Fund, has acquired the property A1, an office building located near the Helsinki central station in the heart of the city. The seller is Genesta Nordic Real Estate Fund II.

  • Patrizia sells EUR 41 million office building in Helsinki

    Nordic Update Patrizia Immobilien has sold an office building in central Helsinki for EUR 41 million. The property, located at Itämerenkatu 5 in the Ruohalahti district, was sold to Finnish special investment fund eQ Finnish Real Estate.

  • Akelius plans divestments in Germany

    Nordic Update Akelius Residential is currently in discussions with potential buyers of 2,800 apartments in German cities Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt, the company has announced.

  • Sundin takes over Brunswick Real Estate Capital

    Nordic Update Brunswick Real Estate has promoted Pontus Sundin to head its lending operations and appointed Anders Tägt to its investment committee. Pontus Sundin joined the company last autumn and will replace Louise Richnau.

  • Reports of the week

    Nordic Update This week, a total of eleven listed property management and construction companies in the Nordics released their full-year reports for 2018. All reports are gathered on this page.

  • Copenhagen market yielded 8.9 per cent in 2018

    Nordic Update Property investments in the Greater Copenhagen area vastly outperformed both stock and bond markets in 2018, according to new data from Colliers. In total, property investments in the Danish capital metropolitan area yielded 8.9 per cent last year, Colliers estimates.

  • 2019: Another strong year in the Nordics

    Nordic Update While there do exist threats to the stability of the Nordic property markets, the outlook for 2019 remains solid. Growth is competitive, labour markets strong and the local currencies weak which indicates that 2019 will be yet another strong year in the Nordic markets, according to a new report from Pangea Property Partners.

  • Fabege CEO to be announced no later than April 2nd

    Nordic Update Almost two months have passed since Fabege CEO dropped the bomb that he would leave the company in 2019. The process to find his successor is ongoing and led by chairman Jan Litborn, who took over as chairman as the board in 2018.

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