M2 leaves Denmark – this is the strategy going forward

Denmark Denmark — After the sale of a residential property in Copenhagen, Rutger Arnhult's company M2 Asset Management has now left Denmark completely and only has properties left on Swedish soil. CEO Jakob Mörndal tells Nordic Property News about the strategy going forward and the work to be able to pay the next bond maturity in January 2025.

M2 Asset Management sells residential property to Pensam

Denmark Denmark — Rutger Arnhult's M2 Asset Management sells a residential property containing 78 apartments and 15 parking spaces in Copenhagen to Pensam.

Rutger Arnhult increases holdings in Corem

Nordic — On December 29, 2023, Rutger Arnhult's M2 Asset Management, itself and via a wholly-owned subsidiary, acquired 8.1 million shares of series A and 70.6 million shares of series B in the property company and also the associated company Corem Property Group AB. After the transaction, M2 Asset Management AB and subsidiaries own 43.9 million shares of series A, 460.1 million shares of series B and 3.3 million shares of series D. This corresponds to 44.6 percent of outstanding capital and 45.6 percent of outstanding votes.

Nordika acquires from M2 Asset Management

Sweden Sweden — Nordika acquires education property in Kista, Stockholm from M2 Asset Management.

M2 Asset Management Appoints New CEO

Sweden Sweden — M2 Asset Management announces that Jakob Mörndal will be appointed as ordinary CEO of M2 starting today.

Castellum Hires Acting CEO

Sweden Sweden — The Board of Directors of Castellum has appointed Jakob Mörndal as acting CEO, to take office on 8 October. He succeeds Henrik Saxborn, who in April announced his departure from the company following more than eight years in the position.