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Bankgirot moves to Atrium Ljungberg’s property in Liljeholmen

Atrium Ljungberg has concluded a seven year agreement with Bankgirot on office premises in Liljeholmen. After roughly 30 years in the Globen area, in April/May 2017 Bankgirot will move its entire operations to Atrium Ljungberg’s relatively newly acquired property in Liljeholmen, which will thereby expand with one more company with a strong brand. 

In February 2015 Atrium Ljungberg took possession of the leasehold Stora Katrineberg 16 in the city district Liljeholmen, an office property of 40,000 m2 with approximately 30 well-reputed companies. Bankgirot will move into approximately 7,000 m2 of office area which is now rented by Sweco (previously Grontmij), who will vacate the property on 30 April 2016. The planned occupancy by Bankgirot will take place in April/May 2017.

Up until Bankgirot’s occupancy, Atrium Ljungberg will conduct major reconstruction of the premises and upgradation and replacement of the property’s technical installations.

We are proud and delighted that Bankgirot, a long-term company with a strong brand, is choosing to place its operations with us in Liljeholmen. They will get very good premises in an established office cluster with proximity to service and with good transport links,” comments Micael Averborg, Business Area Director, Transaction and Markets, Atrium Ljungberg. 

As the only clearing house for mass payments in Sweden, Bankgirot has a key role in the Swedish payment infrastructure and daily ensures a flow of SEK 50 billion. The payment system Payments in Real Time enables instant payments through the mobile payment solution Swish. In addition to payments in its payment system, Bankgirot also offers, for example, electronic identification and signing, e-invoice services and other information handling which enables digitalisation of everyday finances.

“This property solution gives us prerequisites to create a modern office environment with desired flexibility and a good work environment. It improves the opportunity to increase employee satisfaction and enables efficient customer meetings. The market in which we operate is currently undergoing vast changes and it imposes high demands on our adaptability and innovativeness, which these office premises can promote. Liljeholmen is also an area which has recently undergone a transformation from an industrial area to a vibrant city district,” says Torbjörn Ericsson, CEO of Bankgirot.

Nacka 12/04/2016
Atrium Ljungberg AB (publ)

Press release 12-04-2016