”If we decide to move forward with a listing we are looking forward to offer new shareholders the opportunity to take part in Pandox’s future value growth. Even if our ownership share in the company will be reduced, it is the current owners’ intention to remain as long-term shareholders”, says Christian Ringnes, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pandox.
Since 2004 Pandox is owned by the Norwegian companies Eiendomsspar AS, CGS Holding AS (originally Sundt AS) and Helene Sundt AS (originally Sundt AS), which acquired the company through a public tender offer launched on the Swedish stock market.
Under their ownership and with the support from Pandox’s employees, the market value of Pandox’s property portfolio has increased from approximately SEK 6 billion (€660M) to approximately SEK 27 billion (€3 billion) at the end of 2014. Pandox has during these years developed into one of the leading companies in the hotel property market in Europe.
”The growth strategy and value growth, together with timing, have made Pandox a very good investment. Pandox’s skilled management and dedicated employees have contributed greatly in building this first class company”, says Christian Ringnes.
”We are proud of what we have achieved in terms of revenue growth and increased cash flow. Our strategy to acquire under-performing hotels in attractive locations and develop them to their full potential continues to be a very profitable business. A listing and return of the company to Nasdaq Stockholm would be another milestone in Pandox’s near 20 year history”, says Anders Nissen, CEO of Pandox.
Pandox Explores Potential Listing
Sweden — The hotel property company Pandox is exploring a potential listing on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm.