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History

In 1945 building contractor John Mattson formed his company which today is JM AB. The strategy has shifted from construction and property firm to housing developer.

Year

Highlights

2015

JM celebrates its 70th anniversary. JM builds about 3,700 residential units, sales are SEK 14 billion and JM has 2,300 employees.

2011

Acquisition of Öie AS, a construction and project development company in Oslo, Norway.

2008

JM introduce low-energy houses as standard in all housing production in Sweden.

2007

Production and sales start in Finland.

2006

JM establish operations in Finland with a focus on the capital city region - Greater Helsinki.

2005

JM celebrates its 60th anniversary. JM builds about 4,000 residential units every year, sales are SEK 8 billion and JM has 2,200 employees.

2003

Continued sales of fully developed properties. Major acquisition of residential properties for development.

2000

Skanska divests its shareholding in JM.

1999

Continuous sale of developed properties and growth in the role as project developer. Establishment in Denmark. New organization and new financial objectives.

1997/98

Major structural deal gives an increased equity/assets ratio and flexibility. Establishment in Norway in 1998.

1996

Through share sales by major owners, an additional spread of ownership and increased trading is achieved.

1995

Through sales and acquisitions by non-cash issues, JM's financial position is strengthened significantly.

1987

Skanska acquires Industrivärden's shareholding and becomes majority owner in JM.

1982

JM listed on the Stockholm stock exchange.

1965

John Mattson divests the company to AB Industrivärden. In the 1960s downtown Stockholm is undergoing major changes and JM is a part of it, building Hötorgscity. The Wennergren Center construction project is completed.
In the Norrköping area JM builds Kolmården Zoo.

1945

Contractor John Mattson establishes John Mattsons Byggnads AB.