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Swedbank

Swedbank logoSwedbank is the largest bank in terms of number of customers in Sweden and the leading bank in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Bank offers a full range of easy-to-use and competitively priced financial services for private individuals, corporates and organisations. Swedbank is also present in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Luxembourg, New York, Oslo, Shanghai and Tokyo.

Total assets: US$ 237.13 billion (December 31, 2016).
Net profit: US$ 2.28 billion (2016).
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Headquarter Stockholm, Sweden
Key People Jens Henriksson (President and CEO)
Head Office Stockholm, Brunkebergstorg, 8
Phone +46-8-585 900 00
Fax +46-8-585 900 00
Official Site www.swedbank.com Website
SWIFT Code SWEDSESS
Founded 1820
ID: 1161. Updated: 22.10.2020

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Press Releases
01.04.2013 | Swedbank has decided to discontinue its remaining operations in Ukraine and Russia. More
10.08.2010 | Swedbank was ranked as the best bank in Estonia as well as in Lithuania by Euromoney, one of the world’s leading financial markets magazines. More
15.05.2009 | In order to position the bank for more profitable growth, Swedbank decided upon a number of organisational changes. A key element of the bank's future strategy is to shift the responsibility and authority closer to the bank's customers. More
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