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“Mipim Is Part of a Marketing Chain”

Sweden Sweden — Business Region Göteborg is one of the companies in the Nordics that sends most employees to Mipim. Patrik Andersson explains why the number looks the way it does, what expectations he has for this year's fair and what the most important task for the municipal company is.

“We Hope That Everyone from the Nordics Will Cheer for Us”

Denmark Denmark — Upcycle Studios, designed by Lendager Group, is the only Nordic project at this year’s Mipim Awards competing for Best Residential Development. Nordic Property News asked CEO Anders Lendager how important it is to win.

“We Went from Being a Property Portfolio to Really Being a Company”

Finland Finland — Tomorrow it is exactly one year since Cibus Nordic Real Estate was listed on the stock exchange. Chairman Patrick Gylling tells Nordic Property News about what he is most satisfied with, what the new CEO did the first week on the job and what awaits the company in the future.

These Swedish Companies Send Most Delegates to Mipim

Sweden Sweden — Nordic Property News presents the complete list of registered participants from Swedish companies that will arrive to Mipim in Cannes next week.

These Norwegian Companies Send Most Delegates to Mipim

Norway Norway — Nordic Property News presents the complete list of registered participants from Norwegian companies that will arrive to Mipim in Cannes next week.

The Investment Plan Is Complete – Here Is Axfast's Next Step

Sweden Sweden — From 60 municipalities to only one. Axfast’s CEO Erik Lindvall tells Nordic Property News why they from now on only focus on Stockholm and what to do when the long-term investment plan has been completed.

These Danish Companies Send Most Delegates to Mipim

Denmark Denmark — Nordic Property News presents the complete list of registered participants from Danish companies that will arrive to Mipim in Cannes next week.

Tristan Capital Partners on the Challenges with Entering Norway

Norway Norway — Anne-Jan Jager, Director at Tristan Capital Partners: “A new foreign investor trying to enter the Norwegian core market is currently faced with several challenges.”

These Finnish Companies Send Most Delegates to Mipim

Finland Finland — Nordic Property News presents the number of registered participants from Finnish companies that will arrive to Mipim in Cannes next week.

Requirements for Another Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield Purchase in Finland

Finland Finland — Lars-Åke Tollemark, Regional Managing Director Nordic, tells Nordic Property News why Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield sells its share in the shopping center in Helsinki, what the requirements are to acquire in Finland again and how the development of the company has been since he arrived in 2010.

Why Norway Is Attractive for Clarksons

Norway Norway — Pål Sandal at Clarksons Platou Real Estate, tells Nordic Property News about the large acquisition and why Norway is the most attractive Nordic market.

The Nordic Top Buyers in 2018

Nordic — Nordic Property News presents how much the listed Nordic real estate companies acquired in 2018.

This Is What Nordea Liv Aims for

Norway Norway — Nordea Liv's Investment Director on the latest deal and where they look for the next acquisition.

Why Foreign Investors Turned Down the Oslo Deal

Norway Norway — Last week, Genesta sold an attractive property in central Oslo. But Linn Idsø Brenne, Partner at the analysis company Pangea Property Partners, would have liked to see a foreign buyer. For Nordic Property News she explains why.

Winners and Losers on the Stock Market in February

Nordic — Nordic Property News has the complete list of how the Nordic real estate and construction market performed on the stock exchange in February.

Time for Trianon’s Next Step

Sweden Sweden — The Malmö-based company Trianon's CEO Olof Andersson tells Nordic Property News about the record acquisition, what happens now that the company has reached its goals ahead of time and if he looks over the strait to make a first acquisition in Denmark.

Silverang: “It Has Been Very Intense”

Finland Finland — Technopolis’ CEO Keith Silverang on the immediate effects of Kildare's ownership and his expectations for 2019 – since the company delisted its shares.

Why Regland Surprisingly Leaves Entra…

Norway Norway — CEO Arve Regland is leaving the Norwegian listed real estate company Entra. He tells Nordic Property News about the decision, the highlights in Entra and what he wants to achieve as CFO in Ivar Tollefsen's Fredensborg. “I just had to join.”

… and This Is How Entra Moves Forward

Norway Norway — The recruitment process for a new Entra CEO starts immediately. Here are the options. Chair of the Board: "We would have liked Arve to stay."

"More Complex to Do Business Outside the Nordic Region"

Nordic — The largest listed property company in the Nordic region, Balder, released its annual report on Wednesday. The company's CFO Marcus Hansson tells Nordic Property News about his view of the Nordic market, why it is difficult to do business in Sweden and where in Europe the company wants to grow.

“Not a Quest for World Domination”

Denmark Denmark — The UK-based property consultant firm Gerald Eve is teaming up with a new Danish partner. Two partners at Gerald Eve tells Nordic Property News why the alliance needs to enter Denmark.

The Companies with the Lowest Vacancies

Nordic — Nordic Property News presents a list of last year’s vacancy rates among the listed Nordic real estate companies.

Why Prologis Only Invests in Sweden

Nordic — Prologis is the world's largest logistics property company, but the Nordic part comprises only one country. Vice President of the Nordic Region Gunnar Gillholm tells Nordic Property News why they are not active in Finland, Norway and Denmark and how much freedom he has from the American owners.

Why International Investors Look to Finland and Denmark

Nordic — Mikael Söderlundh, Head of Research and Partner at Pangea, tells Nordic Property News how the disarray in the world benefits on the Nordic real estate market, how Brexit affects the transaction volume and the advantages that Finland and Denmark have when foreign investors select regions.

“We Are Currently Happy with Our Geographical Footprint”

Finland Finland — Last year, Dutch investor Wereldhave sold the shopping center Itis in Helsinki and left Finland. Ruud van Maanen, Director Investor Relations, tells Nordic Property News why they left the Nordics and whether they will return in the future.