On 6 December 1917, Finland became an independent state. Since then, it has evolved into a country known for equality, democracy and innovation.
SEB's history in Finland started in 1984 when SEB established a small representative office in Helsinki. Ten years later, as business had grown, this was turned into a branch office.
In 1997 SEB bought a Finnish asset management company, Gyllenberg, on which the asset management services to private individuals and institutions and private banking offering of today is built upon.
Congratulations Finland, we're looking forward to the coming 100 years.