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ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "James Seppala"

This Is Blackstone’s Residential Focus in Denmark

Denmark Denmark — Blackstone's Danish Residential Platform 360 North's CEO Lars Pærregaard on his new position and what his main tasks will be, going forward.

Lars Pærregaard Appointed CEO of Blackstone’s Danish Residential Platform

Denmark Denmark — Blackstone announced that Lars Pærregaard has been appointed CEO of its Danish Real Estate Platform, 360 North. His appointment follows the acquisition of 360 North by real estate funds managed by Blackstone last month. Lars was formerly Investment Director of the platform.

The American Giant’s Nordic Acquisitions

Nordic — Nordic Property News lists Blackstone’s largest purchases in the Nordics, the last years.

Blackstone: “One of Europe’s Key Real Estate Markets”

Sweden Sweden — James Seppala, Head of Real Estate Europe at Blackstone Group, tells Nordic Property News about the major purchase in Sweden, the importance of the Nordic market and future investment targets.

Blackstone Acquires 360 North

Denmark Denmark — Blackstone acquire 360 North and integrates the company into long-term Danish residential platform.

Blackstone Acquires in Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Blackstone and Scius Partners acquire Skjutsgossen 12 on Södermalm, Stockholm from AFA.

Swedes in Major Transaction with Blackstone

Sweden Sweden — The privately owned Swedish real estate group Apeiron/Ailon sells 2,500 residential units to the American real estate giant Blackstone. CEO Jacob Cronstedt tells Nordic Property News of the transaction.

Ulf Nilsson Steps Down as CEO of D Carnegie

Sweden Sweden — Ulf Nilsson has decided to step down as CEO. Svein Erik Lilleland, currently member of the board of directors, has been appointed as interim CEO.

Blackstone and Areim Makes Billion Euro Bid

Finland Finland — Blackstone Group and Areim has made a EUR 1.76bn bid for the Finnish company Sponda.

Blackstone in the Region´s Largest Deal Since 2008

Norway Norway — American Blackstone Group has bought Nordic real estate portfolios valued at about € 2.4 billion (MNOK 22 billion) in the region’s largest property deal since 2008.