• Obos buys additional JM shares

    Capital Markets 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

    Capital Markets 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.

  • Oscar Properties reports huge losses in 2018

    Capital Markets 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.

  • Akelius plans divestments in Germany

    Capital Markets 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

    Capital Markets 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

    Capital Markets 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.

  • Wealins new large shareholder in Magnolia Bostad

    Capital Markets Luxembourg based life-insurance company Wealins SA has acquired a large stake in Swedish housing developer Magnolia Bostad. The company announced this only a day after Danske Bank announced the sale of a large stake in the Magnolia Bostad.

  • SBB issues first green bond

    Capital Markets SBB Norden has made its first issue of a non-secured green bond, taking in SEK 500 million in new funds. The bond has a maturity time of five years and according to a press release, the bond was in high demand.

  • Major shareholders request delisting of Heimavellir – CEO resigns

    Capital Markets Shareholders representing 18.93 per cent of total ownership of Heimavellir have requested an extraordinary general meeting in order to delist the company from the Icelandic Stock Exchange. As an alternative, they have requested that the annul general meeting on March 14th will decide on whether or not to delist the share.

  • NCC slashes dividend by 50 per cent

    Capital Markets 2018 proved to be a year of purgatory for construction giant NCC. The company reported a loss of SEK 7 per share during the year and furthermore had a negative operating cash flow of SEK 375 million.

  • Pareto recommends buy on Catena, Platzer and Cibus

    Capital Markets Nordic investment bank Pareto Securities has initiated coverage of a series of Swedish listed property companies. The bank recommends buy on Catena, Platzer and Cibus Nordic Real Estate while Klövern and Wallenstam receive a sell recommendation.

  • Goldman Sachs bearish on Swedish real estate

    Capital Markets Goldman Sachs takes a bearish stance on Swedish office and retail property and cuts its recommendation for the Castellum share to sell, lowering the target price to SEK 147.

  • Barclays favours Fabege share

    Capital Markets British banking giant Barclays has initiated coverage of Fabege recommending investors to overweight the share. The target price is set to SEK 150. In its analysis, Barclays refers to Fabege as “The Nordic Gem” and its preferred Swedish exposure.

  • Hemfosa targets SEK 50 billion

    Capital Markets Hemfosa plans to expand its portfolio from just over SEK 35 billion to SEK 50 billion in the coming five years. In order to reach the targeted size, the company will both acquire properties, e.g. in Finland, and increase the number of development projects, Hemfosa revealed on its capital markets day on Thursday.

  • SBAB issues SEK 6 billion green housing bond

    Capital Markets Swedish mortgage institute SBAB has issued the first ever green housing bond in the Swedish market, the company announced on Thursday. A result of investor interest, the nominal value of the bond amounted to SEK 6 billion

  • Fabege borrows SEK 1.6 billion as Brunswick goes green

    Capital Markets Brunswick Real Estate and Fabege have signed a green loan agreement that Fabege borrows SEK 1.6 billion from Brunswick. The loan, secured with the office block Apotekaren 22 in central Stockholm, has a maturity time of nine years. According to information from Brunswick it is the fund’s first green loan agreement.

  • Carnegie sells 1 mln Platzer shares

    Capital Markets Carnegie Fonder has sold one million B-shares in Platzer Fastigheter. According to a Changes in shareholdings notification to Finansinspektionen (the Swedish financial supervisory authority) the fund manager sold the shares on January 17th.

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