Last day of trading in Victoria Park’s ordinary shares will be 18 June 2019

On 24 May 2019, Victoria Park AB (publ) (“Victoria Park”) announced through a press release that the Board of Directors of Victoria Park has resolved to apply for delisting of its ordinary shares of class A and class B from Nasdaq Stockholm. Victoria Park has now been informed that Nasdaq Stockholm has approved the company’s application for delisting and decided that the last day of trading in Victoria Park’s ordinary shares of class A and class B will be on 18 June 2019. 

Please note that this does not concern Victoria Park’s preference shares. The Board of Directors has proposed an Extraordinary General Meeting to resolve on a redemption of preference shares, which has been announced in a notice announced on 24 May 2019. Provided that the Extraordinary General Meeting approves the proposal, the last day of trading in the preference shares on Nasdaq Stockholm is expected to be 4 July 2019.

For further information, please contact
CEO Per Ekelund, Tel +46 (0)70 867 66 57, 
CFO Tommy Åstrand, Tel +46 (0)70 545 59 97, 

Victoria Park AB (publ) is a listed property company, which, through long-term management and social responsibility for more attractive living, creates value in an expanding property portfolio in growth cities in Sweden. 
On 31 March 2019, Victoria Park's property portfolio amounted to 1,128,000 square metres, comprising 14,300 flats, with a market value of SEK 18.8 Bn. The shares in Victoria Park are listed for trading on the Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap exchange.  

Victoria Park AB (publ) Box 2, SE-201 20 Malmö, Sweden, Tel +46 (0)40 16 74 40, Corporate Reg. No. 556695-0738, Head Office Malmö, 

About Us

Victoria Park AB is one of the largest and most prominent private housing companies in Sweden focused on developing attractive residential areas in the country’s growth cities. Through long-term management and social responsibility, we create value for our customers, employees, shareholders and society. We currently own and manage more than 16,000 flats in 13 cities – and we continue to grow. Visit our website to read more about how the way we work, which is based on sustainable relationships between companies, the individual and society, contributes to positive and sustainable societal development.


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