SBB i Norden AB (publ) initiates a written procedure in order to vote for a change of issuer of its outstanding notes with symbol SBBIN 002

The board of directors of SBB i Norden AB (publ) (the ”Company” or ”SBB i Norden”) has decided to initiate a so called “Written Procedure” under the Company’s senior unsecured and guaranteed notes of up to SEK 1 500 000 000 with ISIN SE0009805468 and symbol SBBIN 002 (the ”Notes”) in accordance with the terms and conditions dated 29 March 2017 (the ”Terms and Conditions”).

Therefore, the Company has instructed Nordic Trustee & Agency AB (publ) (the ”Agent”) to initiate a Written Procedure in order to formally vote for (i) a change of issuer of the Notes in accordance with the Terms and Conditions, implying that the Company’s parent, Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (publ), will replace the Company as issuer of the Notes and assumes all the Company´s obligations and liabilities thereunder; and (ii) an amendment and restatement of the Terms and Conditions and other relevant finance documents required in order to reflect such change of issuer.

The Agent has today initiated the Written Procedure by issuing a summons, ”Notice of Written Procedure – Request for Issuer Change”. The summons has been sent to noteholders of the Notes, which are registered in the debt register (Sw. skuldbok) kept by Euroclear Sweden AB per 8 January 2018.

The summons to Written Procedure, including detailed information about the proceeding and the content of the conditions for the change of issuer and the amendments in the Terms and Conditions are available on the Company’s website ( and Stamdata (

For further information, please contact:

Ilija Batljan, CEO and founder of Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB, +46 70 518 39 67,

About SBB i Norden AB (publ)

SBB i Norden’s notes are traded on the corporate bond list of Nasdaq Stockholm (symbol SBBIN 001 and SBBIN 002). The Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (publ). SBB i Norden owns residential and community real estate in all of Sweden and community real estate in the Nordic countries. The Company’s business idea is to be a natural and reliable partner to the public sector in the Nordic countries by long-term perspective of owing, managing and developing community properties. The Company also aims to acquire, develop, construct and manage residential properties and by being a community service builder and long-term partner to municipalities, countries and state authorities work actively with the aim of creating residential building rights. More information about the Company is available at