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  • Excluding a one-off item of SEK 520m, the transaction of SEB's Visa memberships in the Baltic countries, operating profit for the second quarter was SEK 5,016m (4,493) corresponding to a return on equity of 11.9 per cent. 

  • Excluding a one-off item of SEK 520m, the transaction of SEB’s Visa memberships in the Baltic countries, operating profit for the second quarter was SEK 5,016m (4,493) corresponding to a return on equity of 11.9 per cent. 

  • From 1 July, SEB's fund companies are taking a stricter approach to companies involved in thermal coal extraction, and increases the work of influencing energy-related companies with high dependence on coal as an energy source.

  • SEB's result for the second quarter 2016 will be announced on Thursday, 14 July, at 07:00 (Swedish time). 

  • Several questions arose following Britain’s referendum on EU membership. The answers will be crucial to the future and the strategies of both the UK and the EU, write SEB economists Robert Bergqvist and Richard Falkenhäll.

  • The political situation is messy, both in the UK and the EU. The next few weeks will be crucial to resolve the crisis, says SEB's Chief Economist Robert Bergqvist in a filmed comment.

  • The world has been plunged into unknown – mainly political – territory after voters in the United Kingdom chose by a narrow margin to say NO to continued European Union membership. Here are 24 questions and answers about what happens now.

  • Newsweek magazine has included SEB at place 37 in its ranking of the greenest companies in the world, making the bank the best performer among Nordic companies.

  • A possible British exit from the European Union ("Brexit"), Chinese debt and the pace of global economic growth are worrying investors, say SEB's experts in a new issue of Investment Outlook.

  • SEB's eonomists have compiled a list of questions they get from Swedish and international customers regarding the UK referendum on continued EU membership.