The SLP shall provide a fair view of the company through immediate, transparent and continuous information to all stakeholders. The provision of information is characterized by openness, simultaneousness, and consistency. It is provided in accordance with applicable legislation, Nasdaq Stockholm’s regulations, the Swedish Corporate Governance Code and the company’s IR policy.
Short name on Nasdaq Stockholm: SLP B
ISIN code: SE0017565476
The Company has two classes of shares, shares of serie A and shares of serie B, the latter being listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.
The following sell-side analysts currently are following SLP. Please note that the opinions, assessments or forecasts regarding SLP’s results expressed by these analysts are their opinion, and do not represent the opinions, forecasts or predictions made by SLP or its management.
Carnegie: Fredric Cyon and Erik Granström
Nordea: Staffan Bülow and David Flemmich
Kepler Cheuvreux: Albin Sandberg
|Shareholders||Number of shares||Share of capital, %||Share of votes, %|
|Greg Dingizian through companies||28,010,635||13.7%||17.9%|
|Peter Strand through companies||27,994,010||13.7%||17.9%|
|Erik Selin through companies||27,944,315||13.6%||17.8%|
|Mikael Hofmann through companies||21,790,760||10.6%||16.1%|
|Bergendahl Invest AB||16,937,055||8.3%||9.8%|
|Nordnet Pensionsförsäkring AB||10,671,445||5.2%||2.5%|
*The list of shareholders is updated quaterly, lastly 30 June 2023
SLP’s operations are characterised by the fact that liquidity needs arise gradually in line with transactions and the development of the properties. The amount of the dividend takes into account the investment needs of the company and the group, its consolidation needs and its other position, as well as the future development of the company and the group.
SLP’s objective is to generate the best long-term total return for shareholders. This is achieved by reinvesting profits in the business to create further growth through the acquisition of new properties, new construction and investment in existing properties. Dividends will therefore be low or non-existent over the next few years.