The property portfolio in Stockholm is divided between Region 1 and 2. Our inner city properties are concentrated in Region 1 and in Region 2 our residential properties are gathered. Region 3 will consist of our properties in the regional cities of Gothenburg, Malmö, Norrköping and Gävle. The purpose of the change is to improve internal communication, promote collaboration and increase efficiency in the company.

"In the new organizational structure, we are creating a clearer geographical division and bringing together different real estate segments in the three new regional units. In Stockholm, we are bringing together the administration into a common office, which we believe will contribute to better knowledge transfer and efficiency. This is an important part of the development of organization as the complexity of management grows with new, higher requirements in sustainability and environmental work as well as digitization," says Christopher Johansson, vice president at Fastpartner.

Jenny Tallskog, who has been a member of the group management since 2018, has chosen to move on after several years with various roles in the company.

"Jenny Tallskog has been one of the employees who contributed to Fastpartner's success during the many years that the company has successfully expanded in the real estate market. What distinguishes Jenny is her ability to gather employees to work committedly and deliver good financial results. When she now chooses new challenges, we can do nothing but thank her for her efforts and wish her the best of luck in the future," says Christopher Johansson.

The new organization comes into effect on 1 April 2023 and the planned move to the joint office is expected to take place around the turn of the year 2023/2024. The management team in the new organization consists of the regional managers Håkan Bolinder (Region 1), Patrik Arnqvist (Region 2), Fredrik Thorgren (Region 3) and CEO Sven-Olof Johansson, Deputy CEO Christopher Johansson, CFO Daniel Gerlach, Sustainability and Project Manager Svante Hedström and HR Sara Sigge.