On 11 October 2010 SEB published a restatement of its historical accounts following the divestment of German Retail, announced on 12 July 2010. The restatement is applied from Q1 2008 and concerns Merchant Banking, Retail Banking, Other and Eliminations and the SEB Group.
In this section you can download Group financial statistics, (statistics by divisions are available in the tab above).
Time series are available from the first quarter 2001 and onward and are reported according to International Financial Reporting Standards. 2001 to 2003 are presented with pro forma figures (pro forma changes includes full consolidation of life insurance, no goodwill and items moved between lines only) and 2004 with fully restated figures.
In the right hand menu, download Excel file with bridges of Equity, Balance sheet and Profit and loss accounts as previously reported and restated according to IFRS (2005-04-30)
From 2005 the SEB Group accounts will be reported according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) introduced in EU. For comparison the figures for 2004 has been restated according to the new rules and audited by the auditors. Many of the standards have already been introduced in Swedish GAAP therefore the changes mainly come from the latest standards IFRS 1-4 and IAS 32 and 39. One should also be aware that the IFRS implementation and interpretations are in a very early stage which means that the general accepted accounting practices are still under development.
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Profit and loss account
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Net fee and commission income
This item includes revenues from various services such as cards and payments, custody, mutual funds, equity brokerage and advisory services.
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Net financial income
This item includes both realised gains/losses in connection with sales of bonds, shares and other financial instruments and unrealised changes in the value of the Group's trading stock of securities. It also includes revenues from foreign exchange trading.
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Net credit losses
The Group's credit losses represent partly incurred losses, partly probable losses where SEB has stipulated that the counter party presumably will not fulfil its payment liabilities.
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Credit exposure by industry
The Group's credit exposure by main industry sectors.
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The banks balance sheets in an abbreviated form. Figures are available from 2004, reported according to IFRS including IAS 32 and IAS 39.
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The capital base consists of shareholders' equity adjusted in accordance with the capital adequacy rules and subordinated debt that SEB has raised in the international capital market, adjusted in accordance with the capital adequacy rules.
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