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Fabege borrows SEK 1.6 billion as Brunswick goes green

Publicerad: 23 Januari 2019, 10:55

Apotekaren 22.

Foto: Brunswick Real Estate.

Brunswick Real Estate and Fabege have signed a green loan agreement that Fabege borrows SEK 1.6 billion from Brunswick. The loan, secured with the office block Apotekaren 22 in central Stockholm, has a maturity time of nine years. According to information from Brunswick it is the fund’s first green loan agreement.


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Brunswick Real Estate and Fabege have signed a green loan agreement that Fabege borrows SEK 1.6 billion (EUR 160 million) from Brunswick. The loan, secured with the office block Apotekaren 22 in central Stockholm, has a maturity time of nine years. According to information from Brunswick it is the fund’s first green loan agreement.

The property in question, Apotekaren 22, has belonged to Fabege since 2007 and is currently undergoing a sustainability certification process, with the aim of acquiring a BREEAM In-Use Very Good certificate.

In a press release, Åsa Lind, Head of Treasury at Fabege, comments that the company is happy to have received an additional green financing option that runs for a longer period than most banks can offer.

Aksel Lundquist, Fund manager at Brunswick, says that the fund works actively on sustainability and long-term investments.

“Therefore it’s incredibly exciting to be able to implement this financing with a long term and a borrower that is at the forefront of sustainability work,” he says.

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