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SEB AB Operating Result For Q2 2019 At SEK 6.1 Bln
SEB CEO: We feel comfortable with money-laundering measures taken
SEB to sell 11.6 pct LR Realkredit stake to Nykredit Realkredit
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (SEB) is a Sweden-based bank. The Bank’s operations are divided into four business segments. The Merchant Banking segment offers commercial and investment banking services to large corporate and institutional clients, mainly in the Nordic region and Germany. The Retail Banking segment offers banking and advisory services to private individuals and small and medium-sized corporate customers in Sweden, and card operations in the Nordic countries. The Wealth Management segment offers asset management, investment management, mutual funds and private banking services to institutional clients and high net worth individuals. The Life segment offers life insurance products for private individuals and corporate customers. The Company operates subsidiaries in Sweden, rest of Europe, the United States and China.
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Jens Jesper Ovesen
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* SEB AB SAYS LISTED FINNISH CREDIT INFORMATION COMPANY ASIAKASTIETO HAS COME TO AN AGREEMENT WITH ALL OWNERS OF UC AB
Swedish banking group SEB is proposing raising its dividend for 2017 as it reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter operating earnings on the back of rising commission income and lower loan losses.
Swedish banking group SEB proposed raising its dividend for 2017 as it reported higher-than-expected fourth-quarter operating earnings on the back of rising commission income and lower loan losses.
SEB's shareholder equity will fall by 8.2 billion Swedish crowns ($1.02 billion), the Swedish bank said on Friday, mostly due to new accounting rules, but also as a result of a 1.9 billion crown hit to its 2017 fourth quarter results.
Swedish bank SEB will lower its shareholder equity by 8.2 billion Swedish crowns ($1.02 billion), mostly due to new accounting principles, including a 1.9 billion hit in the 2017 fourth quarter results, the bank said on Friday.
* REG-SEB: DISCLOSURE OF IMPACT OF CHANGES IN ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES, IMPAIRMENT AND OTHER ITEMS AFFECTING COMPARABILITY
* Says Erika Lundquist new head of private banking Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Simon Johnson)
* Said recent Swedish housing market cool-off healthy (Adds details, comment)
Swedish banking group SEB reported third-quarter operating earnings just above expectations on Wednesday and said the Swedish housing market had shown healthy signs of stabilisation in recent months.
Exchange group Nasdaq Inc and Nordic financial services group SEB have teamed up to test a blockchain-based mutual fund trading platform for the Swedish market in an effort to simplify and make the process faster.
Swedish banking group SEB reported a bigger-than-expected rise in second-quarter operating profit on Friday, driven by strong demand from corporate clients, and said customer activity had increased across all segments.
Swedish banking group SEB reported second-quarter operating profit above expectations on Friday and said customer activity had increased in all segments.
Asa Samuelsson has been appointed head of loan syndications at SEB replacing loan market veteran Michael Dicks who has taken up a new role at the bank, SEB announced on Thursday.
* ACQUISITION OF SWIZZZ PROZZZ IN SWITZERLAND Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* NEW ISSUE WAS 4 TIMES OVER-SUBSCRIBED BY A DIVERSIFIED INVESTOR BASE
* Q1 sales EUR 1.53 billion ($1.66 billion) versus EUR 1.12 billion year ago
Swedish banking group SEB reported first-quarter operating profit above expectations on Thursday, boosted by strong customer trading and liquidity management.
Swedish banking group SEB reported first-quarter operating profit above expectations on Thursday boosted by strong customer trading and liquidity management.
* FY sales: 5.00 billion euros ($5.29 billion), +4.8 pct as reported and +6.1 pct like-for-like
Swedish banking group SEB issued its first green bond last week, raising 500 million euros ($532 million) for loans to low-carbon projects, it said on Monday.
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