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  • How can the private sector contribute to the huge investments that need to be made in renewable energy and infrastructure? This was the main question at SEB’s customer seminar on Nordic infrastructure and renewable energy held last week.

  • “What’s most important is that you have mutual trust and can meet face to face – that you feel a sense of engagement and a partnership,” says Lotta Svensson, who together with her brother Anders Svensson runs building supply firm Woody Bygghandel Stockholm Syd.

  • A booming economy and solid central government finances have created room for an expansionary election budget; the “krona-by-krona” principle has been replaced by a splurge mentality, says Håkan Frisén and Daniel Bergvall in Economic Insights for April.

  • "Our partnership with SEB works well for our portfolio managers as well as for our administrative staff,” says Mikko Mursula, Chief Investment Officer of the Finnish mutual pension insurance company Ilmarinen.

  • Confidence and an understanding for each other’s business are the most important factors in a banking relationship. So says Professor Vladas A. Bumelis, founder and Chairman of Biotechpharma, a Lithuanian company that develops and manufactures biopharmaceutical products for the pharmaceutical industry. 

  • After 20 years of marriage, Göran and Eva Brandt came to an impasse and decided to divorce. A year later they changed their minds and began searching for a new home together. It was then they met with their current bank adviser, who really made an impression.

  • No major economic effect from Trump's tariffs, and no further US action is main scenario, writes SEB’s Chief Economist Robert Bergqvist.

  • “What’s most important in a banking relationship is a long-term perspective, partnership and an interest to join us on our journey of growth.” So says Pia Aaltonen-Forsell, CFO of the industrial group Ahlström-Munksjö. 

  • Excluding items affecting comparability the operating result was SEK 22.7bn and return on equity 12.7 per cent. 

  • In cooperation with Danish venture capital fund SEED, SEB is investing 30 million Danish kronor in fintech company Cardlay.