Adv Magnus Steninger > Setterwalls > Stockholm, Sweden > Lawyer Profile

PO BOX 1050

Work Department

Real Estate Law, Construction contract law, Mergers & Acquisitions, M&A



Magnus Steninger is highly specialized within the field of real estate transactions and real estate projects.

Magnus combines legal expertise, know-how in the real estate business and a great commercial sense to ensure that our clients’ interests are always considered and taken care of.

Magnus primarily focuses his practice on assisting domestic and international clients within real estate transactions, joint ventures, housing projects and real estate law in general. He has vast experience from complex transactions, co-owned projects and shareholder negotiations. Furthermore, he has assisted clients in some of the largest real estate projects that have been executed in Sweden during the last ten years.

Acting as lead counsel in cross border transactions and within the field of fund investments is one of Magnus’s expert areas. He also advises clients on matters in relation to listings or de-listings of real property companies on the stock exchange.

Furthermore, Magnus assists clients in land parcellings, negotiations regarding lease agreements, environmental matters, development agreements, property related disputes, usufruct and easement matters.

Magnus acts as advisory board member in proptech companies and has a good insight in the Swedish proptech market, having acted as legal counsel to the first Stockholm based proptech-hub.


2019- Setterwalls
2013-2018 MAQS Law Firm
2013 Stockholm University, LL.M.
2012 MAQS Law Firm, Trainee
2011 Barton LLP New York, Trainee


Swedish, English


Member of the Swedish Bar Association


2010 Linköping University, Commercial and Business Law

Lawyer Rankings

Sweden > Real estate

(Next Generation Partners)

Magnus Steninger – Setterwalls

Setterwalls‘ full-service real estate practice garners praise for its ‘wide range of expertise and advisers’. Key areas of skill include handling an impressive portfolio of transactions, many of which are cross border, that concern property acquisitions, future land developments and usufructs. The group competently handles issues that involve commercial leases, financings, construction knowledge and contract negotiations. Patric Olofsson and Jessica Schönning head up the Stockholm office, with the former possessing a strong knowledge of investment structures and the latter having a particular focus on projects concerning hospitals, educational premises and commercial buildings. Malmö head Anders Frick has a strong understanding of joint venture and co-investment projects, while Gothenburg office head Jesper Kuschel has been active on forward-funding matters. The ‘highly skilled’ Magnus Steninger is experienced in cross-border real estate issues, and Sonny Ragnerstam stands out for his ‘client focus and understanding of the business agenda’.