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Biggest Dividend Gains From Sweden

Sweden provides a modern open and business-friendly international business environment to the investors. Its skilled professionals, smooth business procedures and receptivity to international partnerships make it an easy country to operate in. the country is also one of the most competitive locations for corporate taxation in Europe. This report is confirmed by the comparative surveys and in analysis by international tax consultants.

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Company Name


Stock Exchange

Market Capitalization

Skanska AB



50.32 Billion

Peab AB



11.44 Billion




14.55 Billion




20.28 Billion

Atrium Ljungberg AB



11.15 Billion

Corem Property Group AB



1.52 Billion

Skanska AB is a Sweden-based construction and project development company. It is paying a dividend yield of 4.91%. In May 2013, the company sold a property, which consists of approximately 13,299 square meters and consists of 265 hotel rooms, to Fastighets Balder AB. In August 2013, the company sold its Finish head office to union investment.

Peab AB is engaged in the civil engineering and construction industry based in Sweden. Its current dividend yield is 4.13%. The company has 130 offices that are located in Sweden, Norway and Finland. It has divided its activities into four business areas such as the construction business area, the property development business area, the civil engineering business area and the industry business area.

JM AB is engaged in the development of housing and residential areas, mainly in the Nordic region. The company is also involved in project development of commercial premises and contract work, mainly in the Greater Stockholm area in Sweden. It is paying a dividend yield of 3.66%. Its operations are mainly under the JM brand in Sweden as well as under the Seniorgarden and Boratt names.

NCC AB has a dividend yield of 5.33%. It is active within the construction and property development industry. It has divided its operations into three business areas such as Industry, Building and construction and Development. In July 2013, the company sold two proprietarily developed housing projects to a German property fund.

Atrium Ljungberg AB is a Sweden-based company which is active within the real estate sector. It is engaged in the ownership, development and management of real estate property, mainly in Stockholm, Malmo and Uppsala in Sweden. The company is currently paying a dividend yield of 3.33%. Additionally the company holds a 99.9% stake in Sickla Industrifastigheter KB and has a number of indirectly owned subsidiaries.

Corem Propety Group AB is engaged in acquisition, management, development and renewal of industrial, storage, logistical and commercial real estate in Sweden and Denmark. As of December 31, 2011 its property portfolio comprised 133 properties with a total leasable area of 822,315 square meters. Its dividend yield is currently 3.00%. In the month of June 2013, the company acquired a leasehold in Satra, Stockholm, that consists if warehouse and logistics space.