After a, to say at least, tumultuous spring with a focus on decisiveness, proactivity and engaging in close dialogue with our tenants, Diös today reports a good outcome for the period. Our surplus ratio increased to 65 per cent while the property management income decreases by 2 per cent, which is mainly driven by temporary rent discounts. The discounts amount to SEK -24 million, net, and are linked to the Swedish government's rent support scheme. Unrealised changes in the value of properties are mainly affected by changes in inflation assumptions.
− There is still considerable uncertainty about the future course of the pandemic and the economy. Our first priority remains on human health and safety. While remaining mindful and respectful of the challenges that lie ahead, we are in strong position financially. We have a well-diversified portfolio and, above all, our employees has shown that it is possible to make a difference by taking an active approach. It is clear to me, that through our unique position and ability to act, we continue to create shareholder value in many ways, says Knut Rost, CEO.
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