28 October 2016
Catella enhances its Swedish property advisory services with six new analysts at the offices in Stockholm and Gothenburg to meet increased demand for both transaction advisory and capital-market related advisory services.
ROBERT FONOVICH, CATELLA
“The underlying market for property transactions remains strong. Even if the economy weakens, real estate will be highly attractive in relation to other asset classes. An investment in property combines the opportunity for attractive returns with inflation protection,” says Arvid Lindqvist, Head of Research at Catella.
“We are seeing many initiatives related to the capital markets, and interest from international investors remains high, both in Sweden and throughout the Nordic region. A number of institutions also wish to increase their exposure to property. To meet the increased demand for both transaction advisory and capital-market related advisory services, we are enhancing our Corporate Finance team with a number of new employees in commercial roles. Following these recruitments, our Swedish team numbers almost 40,” says Robert Fonovich, Head of Catella’s Swedish Corporate Finance operations.
Elin Ericson, a newly graduated real estate economist, Max Doherty, who joins us from Swedbank, and Dan Taranets from Capman have been employed at the Stockholm office. Gustaf Knall has been recruited internally to the Corporate Finance team. In November, Catella will also welcome Sophia Ångström from Credit Agricole to the Stockholm team.
Marcus Lotzman, a newly graduated economist, has been employed by the team in Gothenburg.
Catella’s Corporate Finance operations provide transaction advisory services in sales and acquisitions to national and international investors in Europe, with a focus on complex transactions. Catella also offers market analysis and strategic advice, as well as advice on financing, to companies in the real estate sector.
For more information, please contact:
Head of Corporate Finance Sweden
+46 8 463 32 69
Ann Charlotte Svensson
Head of Group Communications
+46 8 463 32 55, +46 72 510 11 61