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  • As the COVID-19 pandemic spread continues, we are seeing increasingly
    widespread lockdowns, with extremely fast and negative effects on economies and growth. To offset this, unprecedented stimulus packages by central banks as well as governments are being unveiled. 

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly changed forecasting conditions. Due to lockdowns around the world, a deep economic recession is inevitable, says SEB's Håkan Frisén, Head of Economic Forecasting, in an updated forecast. 

  • SEB has arranged the issuance of a social bond of SEK 3bn. The money will support underserved communities in developing countries, including countries affected by the coronavirus. 

  • SEB.s Board of Directors has made the decision to postpone the AGM until a later date. Chairman Marcus Wallenberg comments on the decision.

  • The spread of the coronavirus and its effects are continuing to impact the world’s
    financial markets. Yet for long-term investors, we still see good reasons to
    wait out the turmoil, says Roger Törnkvist and Pernilla Busch in a market commentary. 

  • Wednesday March 18, 08:00 CET, SEB will participate at the Morgan Stanley European Financials Conference. 

  • “We have strong mutual trust. SEB has shown a keen interest in our business, and we have an open and honest dialogue,” says Martin Kommes, CFO of Klädesholmen Seafood AB.

  • “As a bank we have a great societal responsibility and must make sure that the customers who need it get support, help and strength to weather the storm we are facing,” comments Johan Torgeby, SEB’s president and CEO, in an interview where he speaks about what the bank does to protect operations and keep open for customers.

  • The WHO has declared the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Roger Törnkvist and Pernilla Busch comment on the course of events.

  • SEB is continuing to closely monitor developments with respect to the new coronavirus and has taken a number of precautionary measures to ensure the continuity of our business and safeguard the health of our customers and employees.