Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken
|Type||Publicly traded Aktiebolag|
|Traded as||OMX: SEB A|
|Key people||Annika Falkengren (President and CEO), Marcus Wallenberg (Chairman)|
|Products||Retail banking, merchant banking, wealth management, life insurance, pensions|
|Revenue||SEK 41.55 billion (2013)|
|Operating income||SEK 18.13 billion (2013)|
|Profit||SEK 14.778 billion (2013)|
|AUM||SEK 1.475 trillion (end 2013)|
|Total assets||SEK 2.485 trillion (end 2013)|
|Total equity||SEK 122.81 billion (end 2013)|
|Employees||15,712 (FTE, end 2013)|
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (SEB) is a Swedish financial group for corporate customers, institutions and private individuals with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. Its activities comprise mainly banking services, but SEB also carries out significant life insurance operations and also owns Eurocard. The bank was founded and is controlled by the Swedish Wallenberg family through their investment company Investor AB.
In Sweden and the Baltic countries, SEB is a universal bank, offering financial advice and a wide range of financial services to all customer segments. In Denmark, Finland, Norway and Germany the bank’s operations have a strong focus on a full-service offering to corporate and institutional clients. SEB also have branches or representative offices in New York, São Paulo, London, Luxembourg, Geneva, Warsaw, Moscow, St Petersburg, Kiev, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Delhi.
SEB serves 2,800 corporate and institutional customers, 400,000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and more than 4 million individuals.
In 1972, Stockholms Enskilda Bank (established in 1856 by André Oscar Wallenberg) and Skandinaviska Banken (established in 1864) merged to form SEB. Reasons for the merger included creating a bank better positioned to serve corporate clients and to fend off competition from major international banks.
- Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken A/S  (Denmark)
- SEB Pank  (Estonia)
- SEB AG  (Germany)
- SEB Banka (Latvia)
- SEB Bankas  (Lithuania)
- SEB Corporate Bank (Ukraine)
- SEB Bank  (Russia)
- SEB SA  (Luxembourg)
- "Annual Accounts 2013". SEB. Retrieved 6 February 2014.