• Vasakronan CEO to step down

    Nordic Update Vasakronan CEO Fredrik Wirdenius has decided to step down, the company announced this week. The search for a new CEO will begin immediately and Wirdenius will remain with the company until a replacement is found.

  • Heimstaden issues SEK 2 billion hybrid bond

    Nordic Update Heimstaden has issued a hybrid bond with nominal value of SEK 2 billion. The bond is part of a total bond framework amounting to SEK 5 billion and it has an eternal maturity.

  • CapMan acquires resi project in Denmark

    Nordic Update CapMan, on behalf o fits fund CapMan Real Estate II, has acquired a residential property under development in Risskov in the northern parts of Denmark’s second city Aarhus. The seller is DOMIS and the price is undisclosed.

  • CapMan hires investment director in Denmark

    Nordic Update Finland based Nordic asset manager CapMan has hired Robert Feldt to the position of investment director in Denmark. According to a press release from CapMan, he brings a vast experience from real estate transactions to the company. He joins CapMan from his own advisory company Exeldt Advisory.

  • Schlumberger Norwegian HQ sold for NOK 230 million

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

  • Blackstone acquires office property in Stockholm

    Nordic Update Blackstone and Scius Partners have acquired a 34,400 sq.m. office propery in fashionable Södermalm district in the southern parts of central Stockholm from AFA Sjukförsäkringsbolag.

  • Prologis acquires SEK 3.8 billion logistics portfolio

    Nordic Update Swedish pension fund Alecta and logistics developer Bockasjö have sold their joint venture logistics vehicle Logistikfastigheter Sverige to Prologis. The vehicle entails 11 properties with a total LFA of almost 300,000 sq.m. and the price amounts to SEK 3.8 billion making it the largest transaction YTD in Sweden.

  • Deka acquires Ingelsta from Aberdeen Standard for SEK 680 million

    Nordic Update Aberdeen Standard Investments has divested Ingelsta Retail Park in Norrköping to Deka Immobilien for SEK 680 million. It is the second acquistion made by Deka in Sweden in a short time, as the company acquired Länna Market last October, also from Aberdeen Standard.

  • Large shareholder divests nearly all Klövern shares

    Nordic Update Arvid Svensson Invest has sold nearly all its shares in the listed property company. According to a major shareholder notification to the Swedish FSA, Arvid Svensson sold 66.3 million A and B shares in Klövern and retains only 685,122 preferred shares.

  • Stefan Dahlbo appointed new CEO of Fabege

    Nordic Update The board of Fabege has appointed Stefan Dahlbo as the company’s new president and CEO. He will take over from Christian Hermelin who announced his intention to step down a few months ago.

  • Specialfastigheter borrows SEK 500 million

    Nordic Update Specialfastigheter has issued a SEK 500 million bond. The bond has a maturity term of five years and matures on April 2nd, 2024. It has a fixed annual coupon of 0.575 bps.

  • SBB issues D-shares for SEK 285 million

    Nordic Update SBB Norden has issued 9.2 million new D-shares in a transaction directed to Meteva AS, M2 Asset Management and Klövern. The shares were issued at a price of SEK 31, meaning that the company raises SEK 285 million in new equity.

  • JM buys additional property in Norway

    Nordic Update 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.

  • Transfers assets worth SEK 16 billion to subsidiary

    Nordic Update In addition to acquiring a large portfolio in the Netherlands, Heimstaden has transferred assets in Sweden and Denmark worth SEK 16.2 billion to its subsidiary Heimstaden Bostad.

  • Entra borrows NOK 1.5 billion from NIB

    Nordic Update Entra has signed a new eight-year green loan facility with the Nordic Investment Bank. The loan amounts to NOK 1.5 billion and is earmarked to three of Entra’s development projects; two in Oslo and one in Trondheim.

  • Heimstaden invests EUR 1,4 billion in the Netherlands

    Nordic Update Heimstaden acquires a Dutch portfolio entailing 536 residential properties for EUR 1.4 billion. The properties are located all around the Netherlands, albeit with some concentration in the Randstad region. The deal is expected to be closed on May 1st.

  • Heba divests four properties for SEK 465 million

    Nordic Update Listed Swedish company Heba has divested three properties in the Stockholm Metropolitan Area to three different buyers for a total of SEK 465 million. All four properties are residential properties, containing a total of 249 flats.

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