Financial targets - Fabege

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Financial targets



Results 2020


Return on equity    
Fabege will consistently be among
the foremost publicly traded property
companies in terms of return on equity.

The return on shareholders’ equity amounted to 7.8 per cent through contributions from Property
Management and Development.



Loan-to-value ratio    
The loan-to-value ratio must never
exceed 50 per cent.

The loan-to-value ratio fell to 35 per cent due to rising property values and value-creating investments.



Equity/assets ratio    
The target is to maintain an equity/assets ratio of at least 35 per cent.

The equity/assets ratio was 52 per cent.



Interest coverage ratio    
The interest coverage ratio is to be at least 2.2.

The interest coverage ratio is well above the target, an effect of strong net operating income combined with low market interest rates.



Debt ratio    
The long term debt ratio will amount to a maximum of 13.

The debt ratio calculated as interest-bearing liabilities divided by net operating income less central administration amounted to 12.8.



Surplus ratio    
The target is for the surplus ratio to amount to 75 per cent

The surplus ratio has continually improved, owing to growing revenue, an increasingly modern portfolio
and persistent efforts to keep costs down.



Green Financing



Fabege´s ambition is for 100 per cent of the company's financing to br green or sustainable by 2020.

At year-end, 100 per cent of the company´s outstanding financing and credit facilities were green and all creditors now provide green financing alternatives.



Changed 15 June 2021