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Doxa's CEO: "A Friendly Offer after Close Dialogue"
Doxa's CEO Victor Persson tells Nordic Property News about the work leading up to the company's billion-dollar bid for Serneke, why a takeover attracts so much and Karlatornet's part in Serneke's attractiveness.
Serneke's CEO Doesn't Rule Out More Cut Backs: "Won't Hesitate..."
During last weeks presentation of the year end results, Serneke's CEO Michael Berglin gave a passionate and decisive account of the company's situation after a challenging and turbulent 2022. He is disappointed with the result but at the same time determined to turn the trend around for the company and does not rule out that there may be more cut backs in the future. He also tells Nordic Property News that the company has outstanding claims for building rights in the major Gothenburg project Karlastaden that were sold in 2022.
Karlatornet Is Now the Tallest Building in Scandinavia
After reaching 193 meters, Balder and Serneke's Karlatornet in Gothenburg, which is still under construction, is now the tallest building in Scandinavia.
Ola Serneke on the Karlatornet Deal: ”A Day of Joy for Us”
Ola Serneke, CEO of Serneke, on the importance of Balder’s entrance on the construction of the Nordics’ largest tower, Karlatornet, where they are right now in the construction process, and what the future might hold.
Balder Acquires 50 Percent of Karlatornet
Balder is acquiring 50 per cent of the shares in Karlatornet AB, becomes a shareholder in Serneke Group and has agreed on the acquisition of almost 1,400 rental apartments and just over 12,000 sqm of commercial premises.
Ola Serneke: “We Evaluate All Possibilities”
International expansion plans and questions about the upcoming (?) sale of Karlatornet – which will be the Nordics’ tallest building. Ola Serneke, CEO of Serneke Group, on the current status of the groundbreaking project.
Serneke to Divest a Majority Stake of Karlatornet to a Global Investor
Serneke has reached an agreement-in-principle with Oaktree Capital Management to divest 80 percent of Karlatornet, situated on the Karlastaden estate in the Lindholmen area of Gothenburg. Serneke will remain as a shareholder in Karlatornet and continue to act as main contractor for the construction of the tallest building in the Nordic region.