Jan Lidén

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Jan Lidén (born 1949) is a Swedish businessman and a former Chief Executive Officer of Swedbank, one of Sweden's largest banks. He graduated with a degree in business administration. Lidén started his career at the bank in 1990, working his way up the hierarchy before finally becoming CEO in 2004.[1] He retired from the position in 2009, and was succeeded by Michael N. J. Wolf.[2]


  1. ^ Swedbank: Jan Lidén ny VD i FöreningsSparbanken, press announcement, January 21, 2004 (Swedish)
  2. ^ Swedbank utser Michael Wolf till ny VD och koncernchef, press announcement 2008-11-05 (Swedish)