The acquisition is made outside the market at yesterday's closing price and mainly takes place by offsetting previous securities loans against shares.

"Corem Property Group is M2's largest shareholding and also an associated company. We see that the company has carried out a number of major sales recently, which speaks volumes for the fact that interest rates are generally on the way down, which makes it beneficial to own property shares. This is a good opportunity to increase ownership at these levels," says Jakob Mörndal, CEO of M2.


At the end of Q3, Rutger Arnhult, via companies, owned 37.6 percent of the capital and 39.2 percent of the votes in Corem.