Annual reporting

SEB reports annual progress on a number of initiatives and commitments. Our ambition is to keep an open and transparent dialogue with all our stakeholders. SEB's sustainability reporting is presented below. We report according to the Swedish Annual Accounts Act (based on the EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standard, core option.

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Reports 2018

Sustainability report 2018  
(pages from Annual Report, p 67–73)

Sustainability Fact Book 2018 (incl. GRI)

Equator Principles Reporting 2018

Reports 2017

Sustainability report 2017  
(pages from Annual Report, p 67–71)

Sustainability Overview 2017  
About our sustainability approach, ambitions and performance, including highlights for 2017.

Sustainability Fact Book 2017 (incl. GRI)

Equator Principles Reporting 2017

Report 2016

Sustainability report 2016

Sustainability Fact Book 2016 (inc. GRI)

Equator Principles reporting

Reports 2015

Sustainability report 2015 

Sustainability report 2015 online

Sustainability Fact Book 2015 (inc. GRI)

Equator Principles reporting

Reports 2014

Sustainability report 2014 (incl. GRI)

Sustainability report 2014 online (incl. GRI)

SEB Equator Principles reporting 2014

Reports 2013

Sustainability report 2013 (incl. GRI)

CS Fact Book 2013

SEB Equator Principles reporting 2013

UN Global Compact Communication on Progress 2013

Reports 2012

Sustainability report 2012 (incl GRI)

CS Fact Book 2012

UN Global Compact Communication on progress 2012

SEB Equator Principles reporting 2012.pdf

Reports 2011

Sustainability report 2011

CS Fact book 2011

GRI Content index 2011

SEB Equator Principles reporting 2011

Reports 2010

Sustainability report 2010

GRI Content index 2010

Global compact communication on progress 2010

Reports 2009

Sustainability report 2009

GRI compliance table 2009

Global compact communication on progress 2009

Reports 2007 – 2008

Sustainability report 2008

Sustainability report 2007