Magnolia Bostad AB (publ) publishes bond prospectus and applies for listing of its bonds on Nasdaq Stockholm

Magnolia Bostad AB (publ) ("Magnolia Bostad") issued on 28 April 2016 a senior secured bond loan of SEK 600,000,000, within a total framework amount of SEK 750,000,000, on the Swedish bond market, of which bonds to a value of SEK 100,000,000 has been repurchased and cancelled by Magnolia Bostad.

Magnolia Bostad listed the bond loan on Nasdaq First North Bond Market with first date of trading on 16 June 2016.

Magnolia Bostad will apply for replacing the listing of the bonds on Nasdaq First North Bond Market with a listing of the bonds on the Corporate Bond list at Nasdaq Stockholm. The bonds will be admitted to trading on the Corporate Bond list at Nasdaq Stockholm as soon as possible.

In connection with this, Magnolia Bostad has prepared a prospectus. The prospectus has been approved by, and registered with, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority in accordance with the Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980). The prospectus will be available on the Financial Supervisory Authority’s website ( and on Magnolia Bostad's website (

This information is information that Magnolia Bostad AB (publ) as obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation (596/2014/EU). The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out below, at 11:15 CET on April 7, 2017.

For further information, please contact:
Fredrik Lidjan, CEO
+47 70-223 43 47,

Fredrik Westin, CFO
+46 70-943 73 31,

Magnolia Bostad develops efficient, attractive and functional residential properties, including rental apartments, tenant-owned apartments and hotels, in attractive locations primarily in Sweden’s growth areas. Our work is based on a holistic approach where the operations are conducted in a manner that promotes long-term, sustainable urban development. Magnolia Bostad's share (MAG) is listed on Nasdaq First North Premier. Erik Penser Bank is the Certified Adviser for the Company. More information is available at



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