SEB is a North European financial group headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. It is a so-called universal bank in Sweden, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, with significant local presence in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Germany.SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken),
The bank has branches or representative offices in Dublin, Geneva, London, Luxembourg, Warsaw, Moscow, New Delhi, Kiev, New York, St Petersburg, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong.
The company activities comprise mainly banking services, but the bank also has significant life insurance business and also owns Eurocard.
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken has approximately 17 ,000 employees, of whom more than half are located outside Sweden, serving over 2,700 major corporations and institutions, 400,000 small and medium-sized enterprises and four million individuals.
It is one of Sweden’s largest banks, controlled by the Wallenberg family through its holding company Investor AB.
The business is organized in five divisions:
– Business Banking
– Retail Banking
– Wealth Management
– Life insurance
Revenue: 39.225 billion SEK
Operating income: 15.39 billion SEK
Profit after tax: 11.422 billion SEK
Total assets: 2.453 trillion SEK
Total equity: 109.513 billion SEK
Employees (2012): 16,925
SE-106 40 Stockholm,
Tel.: +46 771 62 10 00
Telephone Banking: + 46 771-365 365
Corporate Telephone Banking: + 46 771-62 53 53
SWIFT / BIC codes
Stockholm: ESSESESSXXX Goteborg: ESSESESGXXX Malmo: ESSESESMXXX