Corem was listed on the Nasdaq Mid Cap in January 2011 and has since shown continous growth. During March 2021 Corem announced a public takeover bid for Klövern's shareholders, with the aim of merging the two companies.
As of June 24 Corem reached 95 percent ownership in Klövern. An application for delisting of Klövern's shares from Nasdaq Stockholm has subsequently been made, with last day of trading having been set to 20 July 2021.
The merger of Corem and Klövern creates a leading commercial real estate company with a focus on growth regions. Corem's portfolio of properties for city logistics and Klövern's portfolio with a focus on office premises together create a well-balanced property portfolio of 510 properties with a fair value of SEK 76 642 million.
As of 21 July 2021, Corems share is traded on Nasdaq Large Cap, where Corem replaces Klövern. Corem’s market capitalization currently amounts to SEK 28 billion.
Since 30 June 2021, Corem is included both in the Global Property Research (GPR) General Index, and the GPR 250 Index which consists of the 250 most liquid listed real estate companies in the world.
“Being listed on Large Cap is an important step to us as it means increased attention both among analysts and the journalists. This provides a better opportunity for us to obtain a wider reach, as well as making Corem available as an investment alternative for additional institutional investors and funds,” says Eva Landén, CEO of Corem.