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ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Pareto Securities"

New Pareto Company Acquires Volvo Facility

Sweden Sweden — Fastighets AB Tornstaden sells the Göteborg Sörred property 8: 8 to Borglanda Fastighets AB, a newly formed company by Pareto Securities. The property is a state-of-the-art car service facility totalling 19,000 square meters used by Volvo Bil. The plant has been developed and built by Tornstaden on behalf of Volvo Cars AB.

After the Major Divestment in Helsinki – Here Are Varma’s Next Targets

Finland Finland — Ilkka Tomperi, Investment Director and Head of Real Estate at Varma: “This was a suitable moment to sell the core property.”

After the Major Deal in Norway: Here Are Pareto’s Next Investment Targets

Nordic — Stefan Gattberg, Head of Investment Banking and Project Finance at Pareto Securities, on which country they prefer to invest in, the availability of capital and when the next big deal is happening.

NCC Sells Office Properties in Oslo to Pareto Company

Norway Norway — NCC is selling the Valle Wood and Valle View office projects, including the remaining development rights in the Helsfyr area of Oslo, to Valle Eiendom Holding AS, a newly formed property company established by Pareto Securities, for nearly SEK 2 billion.

Why Pareto Focuses on Finland over Sweden

Sweden Sweden — Pareto continues to make large investments. They have purchased two logistics properties from Axfast, through the newly founded company Halmslätten. Stefan Gattberg, Head of Investment Banking and Project Finance and Partner at Pareto, tells Nordic Property News about the transaction, why they have focused on Finland rather than Sweden in 2018 and their view on the coming year.

Pareto on the New Business Opportunities in Finnish Social Structure

Finland Finland — Pareto continues to invest in the Finnish social structure. After making a giant grocery store acquisition this spring they are now investing in care properties. Stefan Gattberg, Head of Corporate Finance and Project Finance at Pareto, tells Nordic Property News what makes Finland attractive, when they hope complete their next acquisition and what other areas of the social structure that could provide acquisition opportunities going forward.

Pareto Divests XXL’s Logistics Centre to Aberdeen Standard Investments

Sweden Sweden — Pilängen Logistik, a company established and managed by Pareto, has today divested XXL’s logistics centre located in Örebro, Sweden, to Aberdeen Standard Investments for around MSEK 400 (EUR 38.5M).

Cibus' Future Plans – After the EUR 767M Acquisition

Finland Finland — Pareto company Cibus purchases 123 Finnish grocery stores from Sirius for EUR 735 and enter the stock market. Stefan Gattberg and Lisa Dominguez Floding tells Nordic Property News about the establishment, the IPO and the future.

Billion Divestment for Swedavia at Arlanda

Sweden Sweden — Swedavia divests the property on Stockholm Arlanda Airport where the Nordics’ largest airport hotel is under construction. The property value amounts to EUR 131M.

Alma Sells to Pareto Company

Sweden Sweden — Alma Property Partners has sold a portfolio comprising eight warehouse and light industrial properties in southern Sweden to Logistri, a newly established company managed by Pareto Securities. The portfolio includes a gross lettable area of 100,000 square metres. The properties are fully leased with a weighted average lease length of 15 years.

Invesco to Sell Swedish Logistics to Bråviken Logistik

Sweden Sweden — Invesco Real Estate announces that it has sold a trio of logistics assets in Sweden to Bråviken Logistik, a new company set up by Pareto Securities.

Sveafastigheter Divests the Linnaeus University in Kalmar

Sweden Sweden — Sveafastigheter divests the Linnaeus University project in Kalmar County to a new company, created by Pareto Securities.

Norwegian Investor Purchases in Denmark

Denmark Denmark — Norwegian Pareto Securities has completed their first large direct investment in Denmark, 60,000 sqm logistics.

Another Swedish Company Aims for Stock Market

Sweden Sweden — The stock market scramble among Swedish real estate companies continues. Most recently the housing developers Magnolia Bostad, with sights set on a listing this summer.