Sweden’s property market has remained incredibly strong this year with high transaction volumes and continued high levels of international interest. In addition, rents are increasing, albeit more slowly than previously, and yields are stabilising.
However, there are increasingly voices in the market that point to concerns over sustainability of record valuations in a cooling global macroeconmic environment. How much time is left for real estate companies and banks to prepare for the inevitable cooling of sector conditions?
• The SFSA will decide on the amount of capital banks will need to hold to cover the risk that commercial real estate companies could cause significant credit losses for Swedish banks in a property downturn
• Moody’s in turn has conducted stress tests on Swedish property companies
• How does Moody’s assess the outlook on the real estate sector and what are the scenarios we are discussing?
• How prepared are Swedish property companies for a potential weakening of industry conditions and what measures are at hand maintain stable ratings through the cycle?
Guest Speakers Include
Henrik Braconier, Chief Economist/Anders Kvist, Senior Advisor, Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority
Join Moody’s Real Estate Conference to gain the latest insights and have your questions answered by guest speakers and Moody’s Senior analysts on Swedish real estate companies’ creditworthiness and financial stability.
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