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Vinge has advised Peab in connection with the listing of Annehem Fastigheter

December 11, 2020

Vinge has advised Peab and Annehem Fastigheter in connection with the distribution of the shares in Annehem Fastigheter to the shareholders in Peab as well as the listing of Annehem Fastigheter’s B shares on Nasdaq Stockholm. The prospectus was published 2 December 2020 and the first day of trading on Nasdaq Stockholm was 11 December 2020.

Annehem Fastigheter is a growth-driven property company specialising in commercial, community service and residential properties in the Nordic growth regions of Stockholm, Skåne, Gothenburg as well as Helsinki and Oslo. Annehem Fastigheter’s property portfolio consists of 22 investment properties with a value of SEK 3,281 million and a lettable area of 184 thousand sqm.

Vinge’s team consisted of Charlotte Levin, Rikard Lindahl, Joel Magnusson, Linnea Petersson, Assur Badur, Kristoffer Larson, Vilhelm Rondahl, Louise Brorsson Salomon, Linn Adelwald, Henrik Wastenson and Victor Ericsson.

 

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