First day of trading in Annehem Fastigheter on Nasdaq Stockholm

Today is the first day of trading in Annehem Fastigheter’s B shares on Nasdaq Stockholm. This is the first step in Annehem Fastigheter’s road to growth as completely independent company after separating from Peab.

November 12, 2020 Peab held an Extra General Meeting where shareholders decided to distribute all the shares in Annehem Fastigheter AB to the shareholders in Peab. One share in Peab entitled to one share right of the same sort in Annehem Fastigheter, and five share rights entitled to one share of the same sort in Annehem Fastigheter.

Today is the first day of trading in Annehem Fastigheter’s B shares on Nasdaq Stockholm.

“This is a big day for both Peab and Annehem Fastigheter. The stock market listing today is proof positive of Peab’s ability to create and display values in our business while more clearly delineating our core operations and role as the Nordic community builder. For Annehem Fastigheter, which also has a well-defined business and solid growth plan, this day signifies the beginning of a very exciting road forward in real estate,” says Jesper Göransson, President and CEO of Peab.

Annehem Fastigheter is a growth driven real estate company focused on commercial, community and residential property in the Nordic growth areas Stockholm, Skåne, Gothenburg as well as Helsinki and Oslo.


For further information please contact:

Juha Hartomaa, Head of Investor Relations Peab, +46 725 33 31 45

Jesper Göransson



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