Vinge has advised SBB in connection with the distribution of the shares in Neobo Fastigheter

January 24, 2023

Vinge has advised Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (publ) (”SBB”) in connection with the distribution of the shares in Neobo Fastigheter AB (publ) (”Neobo”) to the A and B shareholders in SBB. The resolution on the distribution was adopted at the Extraordinary General Meeting of SBB on 21 December 2022 and the distribution was carried out on 30 December 2022.

Neobo is a Swedish property company with its head office in Stockholm that long-term manages and refines rental properties in several locations in Sweden. The property portfolio is diversified over 40 municipalities with a total property value of SEK 15.8 billion. Residential properties account for 97 percent of the property portfolio’s market value and the remaining market value is made up of other properties.

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