Stockholm, 30 April 2019
The operating result for the first quarter 2019 amounted to SEK 5.9bn and return on equity, excluding items affecting comparability, was 12.8 per cent.
"Being a universal bank, we continued to benefit from our diversified business exposure. Client activity levels remained sound in the first quarter, despite the seasonal slowdown. The operating profit of SEK 5.9bn was 12 per cent higher than the first quarter last year. Our strong capital position combined with high liquidity provide the financial strength needed to support our customers going forward", says Johan Torgeby, President and CEO.
|Total operating income||11 907||11 744||1||10 787||10|
|Total operating expenses||-5 622||-5 561||1||-5 430||4|
|Net expected credit losses||- 422||- 413||2||- 109|
| Operating profit before |
items affecting comparability
|5 864||5 768||2||5 256||12|
|Operating profit||5 864||5 768||2||5 256||12|
|NET PROFIT||4 681||4 576||2||3 995||17|
|Return on equity, %||12.7||12.4||11.6|
|Return on equity excluding items affecting comparability, %||12.8||12.8||11.5|
|Basic earnings per share, SEK||2.16||2.12||1.84|
|Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio, %||17.1||17.6||19.0|
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Masih Yazdi, Finance Director, +46 771 621 000
Christoffer Geijer, Head of Investor Relations, +46 70 762 10 06
Frank Hojem, Head of Media Relations, +46 70 763 99 47
|This is information that Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact persons set out above, at 7 am CET, on 30 April 2019.|
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