Regulatory Press Releases
Interim report for the third quarter and January-September 2021
A strong quarter.
NCC receives payment from collectively bargained AGS group sickness insurance policy
Afa Försäkring has decided to make lump-sum payments of surpluses within the collectively bargained AGS group sickness insurance policy. For NCC this is expected to have a positive impact on EBIT in the fourth quarter of 2021 of approx. SEK 160 M, of which approx. SEK 28 M is reported in the Industry business area and approx. SEK 9 M in other subsidiaries. The remaining approx. SEK 123 M is reported in the Group under Other and eliminations.
NCC divests the asphalt business in Finland to Asfalttikallio
NCC divests its Finnish asphalt business to the Finnish based company Asfalttikallio. As previously announced, this is a small unit within NCC that has been loss-making for several years and has a better strategic fit with another owner. The transaction is expected to have a negative impact of SEK 180 M on the earnings in business area Industry in the fourth quarter 2021.
NCC sells office project in Mölndal to Platzer
NCC has signed an agreement for Platzer to acquire NCC’s Mimo project in Mölndal on its completion, which is scheduled for 2024, in accordance with the option between the parties. The transaction is based on a property value of just over SEK 1.5 billion.
Changes to NCC’s Nomination Committee
Sussi Kvart, representing Handelsbanken Funds, will become a new member of NCC’s Nomination Committee. Peter Guve, representing AMF/AMF Funds, will leave the Nomination Committee on account of ownership changes.
Interim report for the second quarter and first half of 2021
Healthy orders received and continued earnings improvement
Conversion of shares in NCC AB
According to NCC’s articles of association, owners of Series A shares are entitled to request that such shares be converted to Series B shares. Conversion reduces the total number of voting rights in the company.
Interim report for the first quarter 2021
A good start to the year
NCC’s Board of Directors has decided to repurchase and transfer own Series B shares
Pursuant to its mandate from the Annual General Meeting held on March 30, 2021, the Board of Directors of NCC AB (publ) has decided to repurchase and transfer own Series B shares.
Johan Lindqvist new Head of Purchasing at NCC
NCC has recruited Johan Lindqvist as its new Head of Purchasing and Chief Procurement Officer. Johan comes most recently from Volvo Bus Corporation, part of Volvo Group, and will be part of NCC’s Senior Management Team. He will take up his new position by November 2021 at the latest.