Diös Fastigheter establishes a commercial paper programme

Diös has established a commercial paper programme with maximum size of SEK 2,000 million. An investor presentation will be held on Nov 30th and the first issue is expected on Dec 1st. The time to maturity for the commercial papers is maximum of 364 days.

-    The commercial paper programme gives us both diversification and flexibility in our funding, in a cost-efficient way, says Rolf Larsson, CFO Diös Fastigheter.

The programme will have a secured back-up facility to manage the refinancing risk. Arranger of the programme is Handelsbanken and Dealers are Swedbank and Handelsbanken.

For further information, please contact:

Rolf Larsson, CFO Diös Fastigheter
Phone: +46 (0)10- 470 95 03
E-mail: rolf.larsson@dios.se

Diös Fastigheter owns and develops both commercial and residential properties in prioritized growth areas in northern Sweden. With a market value of approx. SEK 19 billion, a portfolio of 339 properties and a lettable area of 1,550,000 sq.m, our vision is to be the most active and sought-after landlord in our market. The properties are located from Borlänge to Luleå with its head office in Östersund. The company has since 2005 had a continuous growth in value in the property portfolio and the share is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, Mid Cap. Learn more about Diös on www.dios.se 

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Diös Fastigheter owns and develops both commercial and residential properties in prioritized growth areas in northern Sweden. With a market value of approx. SEK 19 billion, a portfolio of 347 properties and a lettable area of 1,580,000 sq.m, our vision is to be the most active and sought-after landlord in our market. The properties are located from Borlänge to Luleå with its head office in Östersund. The company has since 2005 had a continuous growth in value in the property portfolio and the share is listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, Mid Cap. Learn more about Diös on www.dios.se

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The commercial paper programme gives us both diversification and flexibility in our funding, in a cost-efficient way
Rolf Larsson, CFO