To safeguard transparent, accessible and consistent reporting in accordance with the ESG criteria, SBB has resolved to adhere to a number of global frameworks and standards. It is in SBB’s interests to provide stakeholders with sustainability data meeting the best standards available. Examples of external partnerships and frameworks that SBB has joined and/or supported are listed below:

  • UN Global Compact
  • The Paris Agreement
  • The Global Goals
  • GRI
  • EPRA’s guidelines on sustainability reporting
  • CDP
  • The TCFD recommendations
  • Sweden Green Building Council (SGBC): Environmental certification of properties
  • Green Bond Principles, Social Bond Principles, Sustainability Bond Guidelines, Green Loan Principles

Economic Sustainability and Governance

SBB’s goal is to have good economic growth, which creates the conditions for investing in the climate and the social environment. By being profitable, the opportunity is given to drive and develop sustainable property management and construction. Through low financial and operational risk and robust management, SBB will deliver strong risk-adjusted value growth with an increasing cash flow and an increasing dividend to its shareholders. All employees, partners and suppliers act ethically and in line with SBB’s Code of Conduct. An economically stable landlord with robust management entails professional property management and a sense of security for the tenants.


  • Investment grade rating BBB + in the short term and A- in the long term
  • 100 per cent sustainable financing
  • SBB shall be classified as a green share on Nasdaq Stockholm