• Interim reports of the week

    Nordic Update This week, a number of listed Nordic property and construction companies have released their income statements for the first quarter. Here you’ll find a list of the companies and links to their respective reports.

  • Podcasts: Atrium Ljungberg, Diös, Kungsleden and Wihlborgs

    Nordic Update The income statement season is now well underway and thus far, Fastighetsnytt’s IR podcast has interviewed representatives from four prominent listed companies about their Q1 reports.

  • Podcast: Ulrika Hallengren, CEO Wihlborgs, on Q1

    Nordic Update Ulrika Hallengren, CEO of Wihlborgs, joins us on telephone in this episode of IR-podden podcast and comments on the first quarter.

  • Podcast: Biljana Pehrsson, CEO Kungsleden, on Q1

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt visited Kungsleden HQ and met with CEO Biljana Pehrsson. She comments briefly on the company’s first quarter.

  • Podcast: Martin Lindqvist, CFO Atrium Ljungberg, on Q1

    Nordic Update In this episode of IR-podden podcast, Martin Lindqvist, CFO of Atrium Ljungberg, comments on the first quarter statement.

  • Podcast: Knut Rost, CEO Diös, on Q1

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt has met with Knut Rost, CEO of Diös, who comments on the company’s result for Q1.

  • Riksbank leaves repo rate unchanged

    Nordic Update As expected, the Riksbank decided to leave the repo rate unchanged at -0.25 per cent this week. Economic outlook appears gloomier than before and inflation seems to fall short of the target for some time ahead, forcing the Riksbank has reassessed its inflation forecast going forward.

  • Sells DnB HQ for SEK 4.9 billion

    Nordic Update 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.

  • SBB invests EUR 142 million in Finland

    Nordic Update SBB has agreed to acquire a portfolio of 48 senior living properties, pre-schools and care properties in Finland. The transaction amounts to EUR 142 million and the seller is a fund managed by eQ.

  • Deputy CEO to leave Fabege

    Nordic Update Klaus Hansen Vikström, Deputy CEO and Head of Business Development of Fabege, will step down and as of May he will take on a consultantancy role at the company.

  • Wihlborgs divests SEK 1.4 billion property

    Nordic Update Wihlborgs has divested the property Landsdomaren 6 in Lund to Intea Fastigheter for a price of SEK 1.4 billion. The 27,500 sq.m. property is fully let to Region Skåne, which operates psychiatric care on the premises, on a 20-year lease agreement expiring in May 2033.

  • Fabege and Atrium Ljungberg report Q1 results

    Nordic Update Two of the most prominent among the listed Swedish property companies, Fabege and Atrium Ljungberg, reported their Q1 results on Friday, April 12th.

  • SBB heading for investment grade

    Nordic Update Both S&P and Fitch have announced that they intend to assign an investment grade rating to SBB. The rating, BBB-, will be assigned to the company if it completes the issue of a EUR 300 million hybrid bond.

  • NCC receives SEK 1.5 billion order in Copenhagen

    Nordic Update NCC has been contracted to build 233 new residential units on the artificial island Kronløbsøen outside Copenhagen. The development is commissioned by Kronløbsøen Projekt P/S.

  • Wihlborgs makes SEK 1.2 billion acquisition in Helsingborg

    Nordic Update Listed company Wihlborgs acquires two properties in downtown Helsingborg. The properties have a total LFA of 51,000 sq.m. and the value of the transaction is SEK 1.2 billion. The seller is Alecta.

  • Institutions net sellers in the Nordic market

    Nordic Update After years as net buyers, Nordic institutional investors have reduced their exposure to real estate in the past two years, a new report from Pangea Property Partners shows.

  • Sweden: Unprecedented transaction volumes in Q1

    Nordic Update During the first quarter of 2019, properties worth SEK 42 billion changed hands and over the past twelve months turnover in the Swedish market amounts to SEK 175 billion. According to a report from Savills, the market for property in Sweden remains very strong.

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