Jonas Ahlström, currently co-head of SEB’s division Large Corporates & Financial Institutions (LC&FI) and a member of SEB’s Group Executive Committee, will become sole head of LC&FI.
“Jonas Ahlström has a solid track record at SEB and has held many senior positions during his 18 years at the bank, including co-head of LC&FI since 2021 and head of SEB’s Baltic division prior to that,” says Johan Torgeby, SEB’s President & CEO. “Taking on the role as sole head of LC&FI is a natural step that ensures continuity and allows us to continue to build on LC&FI’s strong development in recent years. I am very pleased that Jonas has accepted to take on this role.”
Joachim Alpen, co-head of LC&FI and a member of SEB’s Group Executive Committee, has decided to leave SEB to pursue new opportunities outside the bank. The changes are effective immediately.
“I want to thank Joachim for his strong leadership and valuable contributions during 22 years of long and loyal service at SEB, and I wish him the best of luck in his future endeavours.”
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