New Hotel Socimi ‘Obsido’ To Debut On MAB In Sept

5 August 2015 – Idealista

Obsido Socimi, whose portfolio of retail assets is concentrated in Málaga, is set to become the next Socimi to list on the stock market in Spain; and it will do so in September, with a market value of €21.39 million….and a share price of €19.40.

Following the recent debuts of the Socimis owned by Blackstone and Deutsche Bank, Obsido will become the seventh Socimi to list on the Alternative Investment Market (‘Mercado Alternativo Bursátil’ or MAB). (…).

According to the company’s prospectus, Obsido Socimi is backed by Spanish and Norwegian capital. Håkan Tollefsen controls a 33.165% stake in the company (365,683 shares), as does Joaquín Hinojosa, whilst the Obsido Group, the parent company, holds a 0.26% stake (2,850 shares) and the other minority shareholders own the remaining shares (33.41%).

The company, which has the support of Armabex as the registered advisor and Banco Sabadell as the liquidity provider, has focused its real estate portfolio on Málaga, specifically two hotels in Marbella, according to Antonio Fernández, President of Armabex.

“All of the properties in the company’s real estate portfolio are located in the province of Málaga. As a result, the company’s business depends to a large extent on the overall economic conditions in the province and on demand for hotels in that area in particular”.

The seventh Socimi to list on MAB

Obsido is the seventh Socimi to debut on this exchange, which is also home to small companies looking to obtain financing to accelerate their expansion and SICAVs (the investment vehicles used by high net worth individuals).

The most recent Socimi to list on MAB was Trajano Iberia, owned by Deutsche Bank, which debuted on 30 July,… In addition, Entrecampos, Mercal Inmuebles, Promorent, Uro Property and Fidere (Blackstone’s Socimi) complete the line-up of Socimis listed on this alternative investment platform.

One thing is certain, Obsido will not be the last Socimi to debut on this market. In fact, analysts expect that the MAB will receive a new wave of Socimis after the summer.

Original story: Idealista

Translation: Carmel Drake