Latvian Forest Company AB is a publicly traded, Swedish limited liability
company that offers private individuals and legal entities the opportunity
to invest in favorably valued forest property in Latvia.
LFC informs that Chairman of the Board, Ted Alvenius, is of a different opinion than the remaining Board of Directors regarding a transaction involving compensation for value increase in connection with the sale of all shares in the operating subsidiaries.Read more
Galjaden Invest AB has increased its holding in Latvian Forest Company AB to 20.03%.Read more
Latvian Forest Company has, in accordance with a resolution at the Extraordinary General Meeting on March 27, 2019, completed the sale of all shares in SIA Latvijas mezu kompanija and Baltic Forest IV SIA.Read more
Nils Robert Persson has increased his holding in Latvian Forest Company AB.Read more
Latvian Forest Company AB (publ) held the Extraordinary Annual General Meeting on March 27, 2019. The meeting resolved on the sale of all shares in the operating subsidiaries SIA Latvijas Mezu Kompaniju and Baltic Forest IV SIA to SCA Mezs Latvija, SIARead more
The shareholders of Latvian Forest Company AB (publ), Reg. No. 556789-0495 ("The Company") are hereby summoned to the Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders to be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 10.00 in Galjaden Fastigheter premises on Linnégatan 18, Stockholm.Read more
Latvian Forest Company AB undertecknar i enlighet med tidigare ingången avsiktsförklaring ett aktieöverlåtelseavtal med SCA Mezs Latvija, SIA rörande försäljning av samtliga aktier i de rörelsedrivande dotterbolagen SIA Latvijas mezu kompanija och Baltic Forest IV SIA, innebärande en avyttring av bolagets verksamhet.Read more
Latvian Forest Company AB signs letter of intent with Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA with a view of selling the company’s operations by way of sale of all shares in the operating subsidiaries SIA Latvijas mezu kompanija and Baltic Forest IV, SIA. The total sale price is estimated to 26 000 000 Euro.Read more
We at Latvian Forest Company are proud supporters of orienteering in Latvia.Read more
Bronsstädet AB (556612-1124) has purchased 1.878.616 B-shares in Latvian Forest Company AB (publ). The ownership, after purchases, corresponds to 14.81 percent of capital and 14.01 percent of votes which makes Bronsstädet AB the largest shareholder in Latvian Forest Co.Read more
Following the completion of its due diligence analyses, the Latvian Forest Company AB has decided to complete the previously announced acquisitions.Read more
Latvian Forest Company AB is a publicly traded, Swedish limited liability company that offers private individuals and legal entities the opportunity to invest in favorably valued forest property in Latvia. The main business idea is to take part of an expected rise in property values in the future. The present price levels in Latvia, compared to neighboring European countries such as Sweden, provide for higher possible returns than can be expected elsewhere in Europe when investing in similar assets. Property purchases are financed by attracting equity from investors through successive share issues as purchases proceed and operations expand. The shareholder therefore becomes part owner of many properties rather than one specific plot of land. This provides for low levels of risk.
Forest properties provide a long-term investment in a historically stable asset. Forest grows continuously and generates returns on a regular basis. No factories have to be built. No products have to be developed. Investor funds are invested directly in forest properties. Company activities generate the cash flow necessary to finance daily operations and cover overhead costs. Almost all costs are variable and arise in combination with activities that generate income such as thinning, felling and other forest management activities. Latvian Forest Company was founded in 2009 and a cost effective, well functioning organization, with proven track record of being able to purchase properties at attractive prices, has been established.
Forest property in Latvia increased in value continuously until mid 2008. During the international financial crisis of 2008 prices declined sharply. Prices are at present significantly lower than in other European countries. Many indicators show that the situation will continue to be favorable for investing in Latvian forest property and that investors can expect good future returns at low risk.
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