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Genesta Sells Prime Office Property in Copenhagen for EUR 190 Million
Genesta sells the prime office property Kalvebod Brygge 32 in central Copenhagen for DKK 1 420 million (EUR 190 million) on behalf of Genesta Nordic Real Estate Fund II (GNRE Fund II) to the Swedish listed real estate company Klövern.
Next Year's Targets in Copenhagen for Klövern
CEO Rutger Arnhult: ”Acquisitions are always difficult to predict.”
Klövern Divests 42 Properties in Karlstad for SEK 2.6 Billion
Klövern has signed a contract to divest its entire property portfolio in Karlstad, consisting of 42 properties, for a total underlying property value of SEK 2,610 million to Randviken Fastigheter.
They Control the Listed Real Estate Giants
Nordic Property News presents the largest owners of the listed real estate companies in the Nordic region.
Nyfosa Acquires Large Portfolio
Nyfosa has signed an agreement with Klövern to acquire a property portfolio at a total value of SEK 1.570 billion in southern Sweden. The acquisition consists of a portfolio of 21 commercial properties.
Rutger Arnhult Divests in Several Companies
Klövern's CEO Rutger Arnhult has sold more than half of his holding in Kungsleden during the spring, and sold all his shares in Norwegian Property, Hemfosa and Wallenstam.
Klövern Acquires a Property in New York
Klövern has signed a contract at an initial amount of USD 22.6 million, corresponding to SEK 215 million, for a site leasehold in Manhattan with the address 118 10th Avenue.
Klövern Increases Its Holding in Tobin Properties
Klövern increases its holding in Tobin Properties by subscription of shares in share issue with pre-emption rights for existing shareholders.
Analysts: "Something Is Cooking in Klövern"
After Rutger Arnhult's brother Urban Terling increased his holding in Klövern to 23.4 per cent of the votes, Arnhult - together with Corem and his brother - controls more than 50 per cent of the company's shares. Nordic Property News has talked to a number of analysts who are in agreement that something big may be about to happen.
Klövern Divests Two Properties
Klövern divests the properties Ugglum 126:4 in Partille and Allmogekulturen 5 in Västerås.
"Many Swedes Have Struggled in Denmark"
Just one year after the entry, Klövern has no vacancies in Denmark. CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News what it is like to do business with Danes, why they were waiting to enter the market and what Klövern is aiming for in Denmark.
Klövern's Property Portfolio in Copenhagen Fully Let
Swedish Listed Klövern's property portfolio in Copenhagen fully let after signing of two additional contracts.
Klövern Increases their Ownership in Tobin
Klövern has purchased ordinary shares in Tobin Properties for SEK 14.2 million and now owns 84.6 percent of the shares, corresponding to 86.4 percent of the votes.
Klövern Acquires in Stockholm
Klövern expands in Stockholm by acquiring the property Blåfjäll 1 in Kista for an underlying property value of MSEK 633 (EUR 62M).
SBB in Major Transactions
SBB carries out several major stores, both acquisitions and sales, in Sweden and Norway. At the same time, the company is conducting targeted issues of D shares.
Klövern Acquires in Copenhagen
Klövern has acquired an office property in Copenhagen for an underlying property value of MDKK 174 (EUR 23M).
”Swedish Companies Act Too Cowardly”
Why does Rutger Arnhult head towards the American market and why does he believe Swedish companies act too cowardly?
Klövern Makes Public Cash Offer for Another Listed Company
After having acquired Tobin Properties, Swedish giant Klövern makes a cash offer for the shares in Agora. Peeter Kinnunen, Head of Transaction at Klövern, tells Nordic Property News of the offer and what plans Klövern has for Agora.
Klövern CEO Becomes Largest Owner in Castellum
Rutger Arnhult, CEO of Klövern, and large owner of Corem, Klövern and Sagax becomes the largest owner in listed Castellum. He tells Nordic Property News of the future of the company and his feelings on his ownership.
CEO Leaves Tobin Properties
Erik Karlin, co-founder and CEO, leaves his position at Tobin Properties, now owned by Rutger Arnhult's Klövern.
Klövern's Investment Goal for the Hot Danish Market
Klövern keeps up the pace in Denmark. After the company’s second acquisition, CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News of his views on the Danish market and what real estate volume they want to reach in Denmark.
Klövern Makes EUR 99M Acquisition in Copenhagen
Klövern has acquired four office properties in Copenhagen for an underlying property value of MDKK 735 (EUR 99M).
Klövern Makes New Major Purchase in Copenhagen
Klövern has acquired an office property in the central part of Copenhagen for an underlying property value amounting to DKK 1,44 billion (EUR 193M).
Rutger Arnhult Looks to Grab Opportunities on Struggling Housing Market
Rutger Arnhult's Klövern became one of the majority owner's of the Swedish developer Tobin Properties. Now Rutger Arnhult looks to make his marks in residentials with Klövern.
Klövern Open to More Danish Investments
After starting out strong in Denmark with the purchase of Copenhagen Business School, Klövern now opens up to additional investments on the other side of the strait that separates Sweden and Denmark. CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News about the company's Nordic plans.