• Sonja Horn takes the helm at Entra

    Norway Listed Norwegian company Entra has appointed Sonja Horn as the company’s new CEO. She replaces Arve Regland who has left the company to join Fredensborg as CFO.

  • SBB buys 30 Norwegian special care properties

    Norway SBB Norden has acquired three portfolios entailing a total of 30 special care properties in Norway. The fully let properties are located in the regions surrounding Oslo, Trondheim and Lillehammer and are leased to care providers Ambea and Ecura.

  • Tristan makes EUR 57 million acquisition in Oslo

    Norway Tristan Capital Partners’ fund EPISO 4 has acquired three multi-let office buildings in Oslo for EUR 57 million. The acquisition is made in cooperation with local partner Malling & Co. Project Finance and the seller is Tveten Park AS.

  • Hemfosa acquires properties for SEK 575 million

    Norway In a series of acquisitions made in the past few months and announced on April 29th, Hemfosa has acquired properties in Finland, Norway and Sweden for a total underlying value of SEK 575 million. The properties have a total annual rental income of SEK 42 million.

  • Sells DnB HQ for SEK 4.9 billion

    Norway In one of the largest transactions in the Nordics so far this year, SBB has divested the DnB Bank headquarters in Oslo to DnB Liv. The property, with an LFA of 49,000 sq.m., is fully let to DnB Bank and the price amounts to SEK 4.9 billion.

  • Schlumberger Norwegian HQ sold for NOK 230 million

    Norway A syndicate set up by Norwegian corporate finance advisor Njord Securities has acquired the Norwegian headquarters of American oilfield services giant Schlumberger outside Stavanger.

  • JM buys additional property in Norway

    Norway JM has acquired a centrally located property in Norwegian city Trondheim. The property has an approved local plan for about 170 apartments and the deal is worth NOK 90 million.

  • JM invests in Drammen

    Norway Swedish housing developer JM has acquired a property in Gulskogen in Drammen outside of Oslo. The transaction value is roughly SEK 180 million.

  • Entra borrows NOK 400 million

    Norway Listed Norwegian property company Entra has announced the issuance of a new commercial paper with a 7-month duration time.

  • Genesta sells Oslo property to Nordea Liv

    Norway Genesta, on behalf of its fund GNRE Fund II, has sold the property Dronning Mauds gate 15 in Oslo CBD. The buyer is Carnegie Norway, acting on behalf of Nordea Liv.

  • Tristan divests Oslo CBD property to local syndicate

    Norway A fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners has divested the property Grensen 5-7 in the Oslo CBD to a syndicate compriced of local investors, and led by Clarksons Platou Real Estate for NOK 900 million.

  • Obos buys additional JM shares

    Norway 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.

  • Hemfosa targets SEK 50 billion

    Norway 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.

  • Acquires 840 flats in Norway’s largest resi deal

    Norway Selvaaggruppen, a Norwegian family owned holding company, has acquired 71 per cent of the shares in residential property company Utleiebolag in the largest ever residential transaction in Norway.

  • Entra taps money market for 200 mln NOK

    Norway In a commercial paper issuance, Entra has tapped the money market for 200 million NOK. The company issued a commercial paper with a duration term from January 17th to July 12th and a coupon of 1.6 per cent per annum.

  • Madison makes big Oslo acquisition

    Norway In a large deal, American PE firm Madison International Realty is completing the acquisition of the majority of the ground-level commercial assets in Bjørvika, Oslo. In total, the Madison acquires a total lettable floor area of 38,000 sq.m. in Bjørvika.

  • UBS re-enters Norwegian market

    Norway Nordea Liv has divested a couple of properties in Sandvika, outside Oslo, to Swiss fund UBS Proeprty Fund Europe for a total of 430 million NOK. It is the first acquisition of the UBS fund in Norway, according to a press release from Newsec, advisor to Nordea Liv in the transaction.

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