- Rental income declined to SEK 1,998m (2,087) due to a smaller propertyportfolio than in 2014. In an identical portfolio, income rose slightly more than 3 per cent.
- Net operating income declined to SEK 1,429m (1,485). In an identicalportfolio, net operating income rose slightly more than 3 per cent. The surplus ratio was 72 per cent (71).
- Profit from property management increased to SEK 688m (682).
- Realised and unrealised changes in value amounted to SEK 3,273m (1,639) for properties and to SEK 262m (-473) for fixed-income derivatives.
- Profit before tax for the year amounted to SEK 4,233m (1,867). Profit after tax for the year was SEK 3,232m (1,738), corresponding to earnings pershare of SEK 19.54 (10.51).
- Net lettings amounted to SEK 74m (243), following major lettings to tenants such as Telenor Sverige, ICA, KPMG and SBAB, and a number ofmanagement lettings. The rent levels from renegotiated leases increased an average of 12 per cent.
- The equity/assets ratio was 39 per cent (38) and the loan-to-value ratio 52 per cent (60).
- The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 3.50 per share (3.25).
Fabege delivers record results
“Fabege had the capacity and driving force to capitalise on the favourable conditions in the market. Successively during the year, we renegotiated rents at increasingly higher levels, we signed leases with new customers and we continued work to make our property management and our value creation projects more efficient. As a result of all of this, we paved the way for the strong value growth that is now visible in our earnings,” says Christian Hermelin, CEO Fabege.
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