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Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (SEBc.ST)

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Wed, Nov 22 2017

BRIEF-SEB appoints Erika Lundquist as new head of private banking

* Says Erika Lundquist new head of private banking Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Simon Johnson)

UPDATE 1-SEB Q3 profit narrowly beats forecast

* Said recent Swedish housing market cool-off healthy (Adds details, comment)

CORRECTED-SEB Q3 profit narrowly beats forecast

STOCKHOLM, Oct 25 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.

Nasdaq, SEB to test blockchain for mutual funds

NEW YORK 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.

Nasdaq, SEB to test blockchain for mutual funds

NEW YORK, Sept 27 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.

UPDATE 1-Swedish bank SEB Q2 profit tops forecast as corporate demand picks up

STOCKHOLM, July 14 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.

SEB Q2 operating profit beats forecast

STOCKHOLM, July 14 Swedish banking group SEB reported second-quarter operating profit above expectations on Friday and said customer activity had increased in all segments.

MOVES-Samuelsson appointed SEB’s head of loan syndications

LONDON, July 6 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.

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