• SBB and Besqab stock market winners in Q3

    Capital Markets Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden and Besqab were the best performers among construction and real estate shares in the third quarter, while troubled Prime Living plunged the most.

  • New major shareholder i Amasten

    Capital Markets Tvättbjörnen Holding is a new major shareholder in First North listed property company Amasten. Tvättbjörnen has acquired a 11,7 per cent stake in the company.

  • Pandox buys Glasgow hotel for 39 million GBP

    Capital Markets Listed Swedish hotel property company Pandox has acquired the Radisson Blu Glasgow hotel in Scotland for 39 million GBP. The hotel is an addition to the company’s UK portfolio which now counts twenty hotels.

  • Brinova rung the bell at Nasdaq Stockholm

    Capital Markets On September 27th, Brinova Fastigheter were listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange’s main market, after two years as a First North Premier. Fastighetsnytt attended the bell ringing ceremony and spoke to Brinova CEO Per Johansson.

  • Hufvudstaden borrows 0,5 billion SEK

    Capital Markets Hufvudstaden has, within its Medium Term Note-programme, issued bonds with total a nominal value of 500 million SEK. The loan will come to maturity in five years and carries a fixed rate of 1,24 per cent per annum.

  • Akelius Residential adds to GBP bonds

    Capital Markets Akelius Residential has issued 100 million GBP in nonsecured bonds. The issue is an addition to the company‘s outstanding bonds with a total nominal value of 300 million GBP issued in September 2017.

  • Magnolia Bostad issues 500 million SEK

    Capital Markets Magnolia Bostad has issued a new bond with a nominal value of 500 million SEK. The loan is unsecured and issued under the company’s existing framework amounting to 700 million SEK. The bond has a maturity time of four years.

  • Issues world’s first green commercial papers

    Capital Markets Swedish property giant, Vasakronan has issued three different commercial papers with a total nominal value of 610 million SEK. The funds received from the transaction are restricted to be used for sustainable investments.

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