4th June, Stockholm: European Outlook H2: Nordics Investment Briefing

The Nordics have been attracting record levels of investment in the last few years, thanks to strong economic and employment growth and low interest rates. Weak local currencies have attracted foreign investors, who have accounted for more than half of all deals.International investors continue to be attracted to Germany, which for many has replaced the UK as the first port of call in Europe. The country has seen huge capital inflows and increasing competition for assets, which has driven prices higher.

Will such levels of interest be sustained in 2019? Is political uncertainty in continental Europe, particularly with Brexit in the UK and unrest in France, making the Nordics the ultimate safe haven in Europe now? Will Sweden continue to lead the way? Will there be more competition for assets between domestic and foreign investors? Stockholm has become a go-to city: will its success continue or is there a problem with lack of supply? Is the housing sector at risk of overheating? Will Denmark continue to benefit from its Nordic status and proximity to mainland Europe? Given the strong urbanisation trend across the region, will the residential sector continue to offer opportunities? What is the outlook for Norway? Will Finland continue its upward trajectory? How is the logistics sector likely to perform across the region?


Fredrik Dackheden
Head of Transactions
Croisette Real Estate Partner, Sweden

Nicole Bangstad
Research Analyst
Savills Investment Management, Sweden

Adam Irányi
Head of Investment Europe II
Union Investment Real Estate GmbH, Germany

Nils Styf
Hemsö Fastighets AB, Sweden

Olle Håkanson Nobel
Partner, Transactions
Croisette Real Estate Partner, Sweden

Come to this time-efficient briefing, hear market experts discuss these and other themes and get to ask your own questions.

Registration is complimentary but places are limited and so please register now to guarantee your place.

Conference host Croisette Real Estate Partner